• Horizons, a six-week summer enrichment program for Rochester City School District students from low-income backgrounds, continued to grow.
• Warner students received scholarships to allow them to participate in Project Cells, a program that helps serve the increasing number of K–12 students for whom English is a second language. This will increase the number of qualified teachers, counselors, and school leaders.
• An initiative was created to better support the unique needs of international Warner students who are navigating new cultures, languages, systems, environments, and other challenges while they pursue their studies.
• An online learning initiative was launched, which is providing new online courses.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2013