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  • Parent Climate Survey

    Each spring, Kent School District provides School Climate Surveys to parents, students, and staff. The surveys include questions about expectations for students, school safety, the occurrence of bullying, and respect for diversity. In addition, parents and staff are asked about communication between school and home, awareness of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), and community involvement.

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  • Fuel Up to Play

    Healthy Hawks are ready to go!

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  • Kindergarten Registration Begins January 20

    Kent School District invites families to register early for the 2015-2016 school year and benefit from kindergarten readiness events and resources.

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  • Horizon is a King County Green School

    We have achieved Level One status. Level One, focuses on waste reduction and recycling practices. With county assistance, participants review the Best Practices Guide, develop an action plan, and complete actions and education/outreach in: waste reduction, recycling, hazardous materials management.

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  • Horizon Hawks ... Succeed Every Day!

    When students earn a Horizon Hawk slip they can choose a prize. One prize is a picture on the web page. Open the link to see some of our amazing Horizon Hawk students who have been seen succeeding every day!

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  • 2014-2015 School Handbook

    Open this link to find the 2014-2015 student handbook. All families are required to view and read the handbook each school year. Please sign and return the student handbook acknowledgment form sent home in your child's Hawk Express Folder.

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  • School Newsletter

    Find current and past 'Hawk Happenings' Newsletters on our website.

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  • Parent Advisory Group 2014-2015

    Horizon Elementary Needs You! We are looking for your input and support to help empower our students and school 'Succeed Every Day'!

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  • School Achievement Awards

    Congratulations to Horizon Elementary for receiving the academic achievement and proficiency award for the Largest Percent Affinity Group Increase in Reading Proficiency Award. Washington State Achievement Awards are given to schools that score in the top 10 percent of academic target areas over a three-year period. Proficiency awards are given to schools that lead the district in growth in specific student affinity groups for the past school year. Each school will be recognized at the June 11 school board meeting.

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch Applications

    Families need to complete the free and reduced lunch application each year. Open the link for more information.

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