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HORIZON HONORS
HIGH SCHOOL
EBLAST
2.17.2017

RATED AN "A" SCHOOL BY THE AZ DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (2014)

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

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SECURITY CAMERAS & GO GUARDIAN
These are things you should know about our campus.  Please read the Student Safety article in the Parent Involvement section below.

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LET'S GO TO THE MOVIES
Come out and hear the Horizon Honors choirs perform selections from movie soundtracks.  Dolce Voce & Magnum Chordum will begin this movie themed concert at 6 p.m. on Monday, February 27, with Bella Voce and Cantabile continuing the entertainment at 7:30 p.m.  To really give you that movie theater feel, Choir Council will be selling bags of popcorn at each concert for $1.  It will be a great celebration of Hollywood music magic!  

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BAND CONCERTS
Come and hear the Horizon Honors Wind Ensemble, Concert and Symphonic Bands perform on Tuesday, February 28th. The bands will be performing a wide variety of music including marches, classical, and programatic music. Intermediate and Symphonic Band will begin their concert at 6 p.m. and the Wind Ensemble and Concert Bands will begin theirs at 7:30 p.m. It will be a wonderful evening of music, so take some time out to come and join us. Hope to see you there!

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DON’T MISS OUT – GET INVOLVED
There’s still time to join Relay For Life and take a stand against cancer!  Cancer touches all of our lives and Horizon Honors is committed to fighting back!
  1. Join or start a team and fundraise through the online fundraising page.  Registration is simple at relayforlife.org/horizonhonorsaz.  If you raise at least $100 you will earn a fantastic Relay For Life t-shirt to commemorate your efforts and fighting back against cancer.
  2. Serve as a chaperone for a student team.  Serving as a chaperone does not stop you from joining another team, but does give a little extra responsibility to your role that night as a go to person for the students you are chaperoning.  Every student team needs a chaperone who is at least 21 years of age.
  3. Give to the cause.  Support a team or individual through giving at a fundraising page, which can be accessed at relayforlife.org/horizonhonorsaz.  If you would rather donate through goods, we are in need of the following items, which can be dropped off in the front office with Mrs. Shaheen:
    1. White paper lunch bags for luminarias
    2. Gift cards to Fry’s, Amazon, or Costco
RELAY FOR LIFE UPDATE:
 The Top 5 fundraising teams for Relay for Life:
1. Senior Savages- $615
2. A New Hope- $440
3. No Place for Cancer- $435
4. Tumornators- $245
5. Secondary Staff & Family- $125

There is still time to sign up at relayforlife.org/horizonhonorsaz.  Participants who are in high school or older and raise $25 or more may stay after 9 pm.

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Your teachers have been dishing out homework, projects, and tests all year long, and now it's your turn to dish it out to them. Students can buy raffle tickets to vote for their favorite teacher to be turned into a sundae and enter to win a chance to decorate him or her with a topping! Tickets ARE $1 for a single ticket or $3 for five tickets. The teacher who gets the most tickets will be turned into a sundae Friday, March 3rd at lunch, with lucky students chosen to put on the toppings!  All proceeds will benefit Horizon Honors Relay For Life.
 
Some of the teachers you can vote for include: Principal Shaheen, Mrs. Owes, Mr. Huber, Mrs. Buttrey, Mrs. Britt, and Mrs. Burns to name a few.  Vote early and vote often!
 
Tickets go on sale Thursday, February 23rd.

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Honor loved ones who have lost the battle to cancer or are still fighting by purchasing and personalizing a luminaria for this year’s Relay for Life. Luminarias are $10 and can be purchased in the Secondary Office from Tuesday, February 21st through Thursday, March 2nd.

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RELAY FOR LIFE SPIRIT WEEK
February 27th-March 3rd
ALL WEEK
Wear you Caps For A Cure if you purchased the pass

Monday, February 27
Warm Up Monday 
Dress in warm up clothes to get warmed up for Relay!

Tuesday, February 28
Fight For Your Future
Dress as your future dream job!  

Wednesday, March 1
Dress For A Cause 
Wear color or shirts of what cause is important to you!

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Thursday, March 2
Paint Your World Purple 
Paint yourself in purple, the color for all cancer.

Friday, March 3
Team Pride Day
Dress up with your team to get excited for relay!
*Exclusive out of dress code day for students on a Relay For Life Team.

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HORIZON HONORS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2017 SENIOR TRIP
DEPOSITS DUE FEBRUARY 24th
 
Dates:
  • Leave Horizon Honors around 8 a.m.* on Thursday, June 1, 2017
  • Return to Horizon Honors around 11a.m.* on Friday, June 2, 2017
*times are tentative; more accurate times will be given closer to the event
 
Payment Information:
  • Total cost will be determined after deposits have been paid (we need to calculate based on the number of people going), but it should be roughly $150-$180.
  • $100 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DUE FEBRUARY 24, 2017. **
  • THIS IS A HARD DEADLINE.  NO NEW SIGNUPS WILL BE ALLOWED AFTER THIS DATE. 
  • Payments can be made in the Secondary Office.
  • Balance of payment (roughly $50-$80) due by April 7, 2017.  Balance payments are nonrefundable after this date.
**Deposit payments can be cash or check only.
HAVE YOU CHECKED OUT OUR NEW WEBSITE?
We are excited to announce the launch of our new website! The site provides a new “face” for Horizon Honors. Based on feedback from parents and staff, we have chosen a layout that will help you easily access information to support your needs. There are also separate areas for Horizon Honors Elementary School and Horizon Honors Secondary School. Check it out!

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ATHLETICS

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VERY IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE AIA
As basketball tournament season begins, the AIA Executive Board and staff want to remind all member schools, participants, and spectators the mission of Arizona Interscholastic sports and the association, “Create and sustain ethical culture through activities that encourages maximum student participation by providing AIA member schools with an even playing field to ensure fair and equitable competition in interscholastic activities.” 

As our member school teams pursue victory with honor, it is important that everyone, including spectators, family, and friends of players demonstrate trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship from the stands. Fairness and respect are expected for all cultures represented by our diverse student and fan population. Members schools are responsible for maintaining good sportsmanship at games and contest as outlined in the AIA Constitution and Bylaws (AIA, 2.6.2.3) “Conduct of Participants - The responsibility for the conduct of the coaches, players and spectators at any athletic or non-athletic contest shall lie with the administrators of the schools whose teams are participating in the contest. This responsibility includes ensuring conduct by the coaches, players and spectators which adheres at all times to the principles and spirit of good sportsmanship.” 

“There have been a couple of recent incidents in which fans and players were treated disrespectfully. While I am pleased that school administrators responded quickly, it is our sincerest desire that all students, players, spectators, families, and friends at the upcoming tournament are treated with respect. This is a time to celebrate and support the students and teams who have worked hard to be in the tournaments,” said Executive Director Dr. Harold Slemmer. The upcoming tournament is an excellent opportunity for everyone to demonstrate the six pillars of character and the tenets of Pursuing Victory with Honor.

CONGRATULATION TO ALL SPRING ATHLETES! GO, EAGLES!
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
Coach Brad Downes (pictured)
Blake Benefiel
Cooper Brown
Spencer Brown
Benjamin Deming
Trey Faulkner
Luis Garcia
Nicolas Hackelton
Christopher Hernandez
David Heuring
Dylan Hickie
Brett Hogan
Khawhy Holloway
Stetler Huth
Quincy Jacobs
Dylan Lange
Jake Matise
Adam Mendoza

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOFTBALL
Coach Dina Samora (pictured)
​McKenna Dunn
Amber Fretwell
Taegon Giddings    
Callie Joiner
Allisen Kim
Cali Lientz
Camryn Lopez
Addie Martin
Jacquelynn Mendoza
Kailey Vallejos
Mirjam Werther

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HIGH SCHOOL CO-ED GOLF
Coach Scott Evans (pictured)
Drake Anderson
Hannah Browning
Anna Cochrane
Erik Gunderson
Emily Harry
Christian Rivers
Ethan Spragg

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HIGH SCHOOL CO-ED TRACK & FIELD
Coach Greg Walkiewicz (pictured)
Carter Appel
Ryan Briones
Victoria Farhar
Monica Ganev
Innyanee Holloway
TaQira Hoye
Matthew Johnson
Noe Ramirez
Benjamin Riddle
Trevor Tam
Cameron Taradash
Michael Toomb

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HIGH SCHOOL BEACH VOLLEYBALL
Giuliana Castronova
Camryn Dunn
Hanna Goff
Erica Kendree
Maggie Kenzler
Alexa Marshall
Camryn Marshall
Michelle Ogle
Roshi Patel
Hannah Rutledge
Bailee Stratton
Isabella Torres

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Junior Varsity and Varsity Boys Volleyball rosters to be announced after Basketball playoffs.
FAN GEAR NOW AVAILABLE
Go to https://www.bsnteamsports.com/ and enter in the code from the flyer below to order your new Horizon Honors Fan Gear!  

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COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL DAY SCHEDULE – TESTING – MARK YOUR CALENDAR
In an effort to support our students to perform at their best, Horizon Honors is implementing some changes to our test taking procedures.  More will be shared as we get closer to the testing window, but one change that will impact all students is an alternative schedule we will be following for four days.  This schedule will allow us to test our students only in the morning blocks when they are most ready to perform, minimize the impact on instructional days, and allow for technology to be available for both testing and classroom use.  Please read each day carefully to understand how your schedule will be affected.  Accommodations will be made for students who, because of carpools or other circumstances, need to be on campus prior to 10:30 a.m. and are not testing.  A study location will be available to them.

Wednesday, April 19th 
Non-testing seniors do not report to school until 10:30 AM
8:00 – 10:30 AM - End Of Course Testing – Writing 9th gr, 10th gr, 11th gr
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 1 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 2
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 3
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 4

Thursday, April 20th
Non-testing students do not report to school until 10:30 AM 
(some 9th gr, most 10th gr, all 11th & 12th gr)
8:00 – 10:30 AM  - AIMS Science Test - All Students in Biology and Honors Biology
                                and some identified sophomores contacted by Mr. Gotham
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 5 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 6
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 7
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 8

Wednesday, April 26th 
Non-testing seniors do not report to school until 10:30 AM
8:00 – 10:30 AM - End Of Course Testing – Language Arts 9th gr, 10th gr, 11th gr
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 5 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 6
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 7
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 8

Thursday, April 27th
Non-testing students do not report to school until 10:30 AM 
(students in math courses not listed below)
8:00 – 10:30 AM - End Of Course Testing – Mathematics All Students in Algebra 1-2,     
                                Algebra 1-2 Honors, Geometry, Geometry Honors, Algebra 3 – 4, 
                                and College Algebra Honors    
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 1 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 2
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 3
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 4

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UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Phoenix has numerous pre-med opportunities where an aspiring doctor can explore our various medical degree programs as well as the Pathway Scholars Program.  Explore the options below to possibly discover your future path.

Monthly Informational Sessions and Student Led Tours
Become familiar with the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix by spending two hours with us learning about the admissions process and touring the campus with a current medical student. Register here.

Spring Webinar Series
What will be your journey to medicine? It could start here, as we are excited to share with you our upcoming webinar series. These online sessions provide you with an opportunity to learn from faculty, staff and students about the Medical Doctor degree program (including: MD/MBA, MD/MPH, MD/PhD) and the Pathway Scholars Program. During these one-hour, live sessions you will be able to ask questions and come away with a clear understanding. Register here.

INMED Health Day
Indians into Medicine (INMED) Health Day at the UA College of Medicine - Phoenix is a day-long event, exclusively for INMED students, where you will learn about varying pathways to medical school. Register here.

Preparing to Apply One-Day Workshop
Are you applying to the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix in 2017? If so, this is the conference for you! The program includes presentations by the Dean of  Admissions, a detailed overview of premedical requirements, admissions committee and medical student panels, one-on-one appointments and more! This event will take place on Saturday, May 27, 9am - 3pm and spots are limited to first 100 registrants. Register here

Volunteer Summer Scrubs Counselor Application Open
Summer Scrubs is a summer program designed to encourage and inspire Arizona high school students to explore their interest in health care professions. We will be selecting mentors for these high school students. Each Counselor will monitor the progress of assigned students, supervise program activities, assist guest speakers and lead health related activities. Depending on the session(s) and your availability, this can be up to a 30-60 hour per week commitment. Learn more and apply before the March 20th deadline!

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SAT & ACT TESTING
SAT Testing Dates
Register at:  sat.collegeboard.org/register
March 11, 2017 
May 6, 2017 (register by April 7, 2017)
June 3, 2017 (register by May 9, 2017)

ACT Testing Dates
Register at: http://www.actstudent.org/regist/
April 8, 2017 (register by March 3, 2017)
June 10, 2017 (register by May 5, 2017)

COLLEGE WORKSHOPS
Further information, locations and registration links are available on our website at http://www.horizonhonorssecondary.org/ccc/collegeplanning/events.

COMMUNITY SERVICE
Helping others is a great way for students to gain self-confidence, learn a skill and feel like they belong to a bigger community.  There are many ways to get involved in your community and give back.  Periodically we will highlight organizations that are seeking help.  If you are interested please follow the links provided.  If additional ideas are needed the Media Center is a great resource.

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Help Cinderella Affair
Every girl deserves to feel like a princess!  Help the FIDM Club support the Cinderella Affair. Drop off your donations of dresses, evening bags, wraps, and jewelry in the Secondary Office today through February 28th. 

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Students Supporting Brain Tumor Research – SSBTR.ORG
The Students Supporting Brain Tumor Research Walk-a-thon will be Saturday, February 25th 12:00 to 3:00 pm at Saguaro High School, 6250 N. 82nd Street, Scottsdale, AZ.  This student run event serves as a way to raise support for brain tumor research through soliciting donations and enhancing community and corporate involvement.

LEARN... BELIEVE... DREAM... DARE
OUR COMMUNITY ROCKS A TON!
Thank you Horizon Honors community for supporting Model UN's Goodwill drive. 
We donated 2,920 pounds! These donations go a long way towards paying for our competition at the University of Arizona in March. Horizon Honors Community, you are the best!

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MEDIA CENTER

PARENT INVOLVEMENT
NEW YORK SPRING PRE-DEPARTURE MEETING
Parent meeting will be held on Thursday, February 23rd for the Spring Travel Club trip to New York.  The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in Rooms 101 and 102.

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AIA MESSAGE
Please be sure to read the article from the AIA in the Athletics section above.

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STUDENT SAFETY
In an ever changing world, the safety of your child is always at the forefront of our thoughts.  As a school, two additions have been made since January that will continue to support your child’s safety and school security.  

The first addition is the installation of security cameras all around the interior and exterior of campus.  With these cameras the campus can be viewed in real time or from recorded footage.   The footage has already been useful in resolving a few issues.

The second addition is a classroom technology management tool called Go Guardian.   Working with Google Classroom, Go Guardian allows teachers to do all of the following and more:
Live Screen View – A view of each Chromebook screen to make sure every student is on task with a real-time look into all devices in the classroom.
Activity Timeline - A live timeline of the Chromebook showing exactly what each student is working on, complete with aggregate history reports and timely intervention opportunities.  This timeline is stored for a semester or more.
Tab Control - The ability to remotely open all tabs a student has open on the Chromebook, as well as close any tabs the student has open.
Google Platform View - The ability to view all Google Platform work such as documents, sheets, forms, etc. that a student might be working on to monitor actual work progress without the item being shared with the teacher.
Attention Mode – The ability to remotely darken all screens so students may not work.  This is helpful when it is time for the student to focus on the teacher, receive new directions, etc. without being distracted or tempted to continue to work on the Chromebook. 
Customized Web Filtering – The teacher may limit the websites the student may access, so if a particular activity requires the student to only use three sites, the teacher may set up the Chromebooks to only access those three sites.

The teachers were so impressed with this product during our trial period that we have purchased a three year subscription to support safety and student learning in the classrooms.
ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL DAY SCHEDULE – TESTING – MARK YOUR CALENDAR
In an effort to support our students to perform at their best, Horizon Honors is implementing some changes to our test taking procedures.  More will be shared as we get closer to the testing window, but one change that will impact all students is an alternative schedule we will be following for four days.  This schedule will allow us to test our students only in the morning blocks when they are most ready to perform, minimize the impact on instructional days, and allow for technology to be available for both testing and classroom use.  Please read each day carefully to understand how your schedule will be affected.  Accommodations will be made for students who, because of carpools or other circumstances, need to be on campus prior to 10:30 a.m. and are not testing.  A study location will be available to them.

​Wednesday, April 19th 
Non-testing seniors do not report to school until 10:30 AM
8:00 – 10:30 AM - End Of Course Testing – Writing 9th gr, 10th gr, 11th gr
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 1 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 2
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 3
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 4

Thursday, April 20th
Non-testing students do not report to school until 10:30 AM 
(some 9th gr, most 10th gr, all 11th & 12th gr)
8:00 – 10:30 AM  - AIMS Science Test - All Students in Biology and Honors Biology
                                and some identified sophomores contacted by Mr. Gotham
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 5 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 6
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 7
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 8

Wednesday, April 26th 
Non-testing seniors do not report to school until 10:30 AM
8:00 – 10:30 AM - End Of Course Testing – Language Arts 9th gr, 10th gr, 11th gr
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 5 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 6
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 7
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 8

Thursday, April 27th
Non-testing students do not report to school until 10:30 AM 
(students in math courses not listed below)
8:00 – 10:30 AM - End Of Course Testing – Mathematics All Students in Algebra 1-2,     
                                Algebra 1-2 Honors, Geometry, Geometry Honors, Algebra 3 – 4, 
                                and College Algebra Honors    
10:33 – 11:24 AM - Block 1 & Brief Announcements
11:24 – 11:54 AM - Lunch
11:57 – 12:46 PM - Block 2
12:49 – 1:38 PM - Block 3
1:41 – 2:30 PM - Block 4
TEXTS DURING EMERGENCIES
During an emergency situation, Horizon Honors will communicate the following ways:
  • email to parent and guardian emails addresses on file
  • automated phone call to parent and guardian phone numbers on file
  • text message to parent and guardian cell phones on file
In order to receive text messages, you must OPT IN. We will only use text messages in the event of an emergency. To receive emergency text messages, please send a message of YES to 67587. 
REMINDER: NO ANIMALS ON CAMPUS
Our pets are members of our family! However, please remember that school policy only allows for service animals on campus. Please leave your pet family members at home. We appreciate your cooperation. Thank you!
LOOKING FOR CANCER SURVIVORS AND CAREGIVERS
Horizon Honors will be hosting our first ever Relay For Life Event on Friday, March 3, 2017. Relay For Life is a way for our whole Horizon Honors community to come together to bring hope to cancer survivors and their loved ones, honor cancer victims who have passed, and raise money to fight the disease.  Our school has been affected by this diseases numerous times, so it hits right at home. That is why we are eager to make this event the best it can be. In order for that to happen, we need cancer survivors to participate in the Survivor’s Lap at the event and caregivers for loved ones who have battled or are currently battling cancer to take their lap too! To sign up as an individual or to join a team, go to www.relayforlife.org/horizonhonorsaz.
If you or someone you know has or has had cancer, and would like to join us on this evening of hope, please contact our People Lead, Burke Wood at burke.wood@student.horizonclc.org. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask!
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PARENT PARTNERSHIP

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LAST CHANCE! CONTEST ENDS MARCH 31ST!
Horizon Honors is in 18 place of 25 schools but there is still time move to 1st Place details below. Help us earn up to $3,000! Contest is ending next month. If you have receipts from May-March turn them into the Chandler Fashion Center Guest Services!

How do I credit my receipts for my school?
It's easy to help your school win $300 to $3,000. Just shop at Chandler Fashion Center Just log receipts at the Chandler Fashion Center Guest Services desk  by 3/31 or drop off original receipts to school offices by 3/10 before break. Bring your receipts to Guest services, located on the upper level across from Barnes & Nobles to earn five points per dollar spent. You may also bring receipts to the Chandler Management Office for validation, located in the food court by Paradise Bakery (follow the hallway to the fourth door on the right). The Management Office is open Mon- Fri 8:30-5:30 p.m.

View the current School Cents flyer in a pdf format.

Ongoing Bonus Points Offers
Mall Gift Card: Buy a Mall Gift Card and Earn 1,000 Bonus Points. Available at Guest Services. Terms and conditions apply to Gift Card use.
LUNCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

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SCHOOL LUNCH ORDERS DUE TODAY!

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FEBRUARY
AT A GLANCE
     
February 17
Band Council meets at lunch in the Band Room
reSEARCHing The Cure Club meets at lunch room 209

Ping Pong Club 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in MS Courtyard
Lunch Orders Due

February 20
Presidents Day (NO SCHOOL)
 
February 21
Gamers Club meets at lunch room 112

POE – Protecting Our Environment Club meets at lunch room 109
Relay for Life Leadership Team meeting 2:45
– 3:30 PM room 101

February 22
FIDM Club meeting at lunch room 127
FCA – Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club meets at lunch room 208
Student Council meets after school room 105


February 23
He For She Club meets at lunch room 101
GSA – Gay-Straight Alliance meets at lunch room 109
HS Lunch with the Principal room 101
New York Pre-Departure Meeting Student & Family rooms 101/102 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

No Place for Hate Coalition Meeting room 127
 
February 24
Band Council meets at lunch in the Band Room
reSEARCHing The Cure Club meets at lunch room 209

Ping Pong Club 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in MS Courtyard
Lunch Orders Due
 
February 25

Set & Costume Construction for Cinderella 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
 
February 27
Gamers Club meets at lunch room 112
Key Club Leadership Team meets at lunch room 103
Wilderness Club meets at lunch room 109
Fiber Arts Club meets at lunch room 104
Secondary School Improvement Team meeting 4:00 – 5:00

Relay For Life Spirit Week:
Warm Up Monday - dress in warm up clothes to get warmed up for Relay!
Dolce Voce & Magnum Chordum Concert in the Multipurpose Room 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Bella Voce & Cantabile Honors Chorale Concert in the Multipurpose Room 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
 
February 28
National Honor Society meets at lunch room 209
Intermediate Band & Symphonic Honors Band Concert in the Multipurpose Room 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Concert Band & Wind Ensemble Concert in the Multipurpose Room 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Relay for Life Leadership Team meeting 2:45 – 3:30 PM room 101
Relay For Life Spirit Week:
Fight For Your Future - dress as your future dream job!  


​​For a full list of Secondary School activities, check out the Events Calendar.
MARCH
AT A GLANCE
     
March 1
Relay For Life Spirit Week:
Wear color or shirts of what cause is important to you!
MUN – Model United Nations meets at lunch room 112
Student Council meets after school room 105

March 2
Relay For Life Spirit Week:
Paint yourself in purple, the color for all cancer.
Art Club meets at lunch in the Art Room
Film Club meets at lunch room 115


March 3
Relay For Life Spirit Week:
Dress up with your team to get excited for relay!
*Exclusive out of dress code day for students on a Relay For Life Team.
Pre-Med Club meets at lunch room 211
Choir Council meets at lunch in the Choir Room
Ping Pong Club 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in MS Courtyard
Book Fair setup
Relay for Life 5:00 pm to midnight
Lunch Orders Due

March 6
Book Fair
Honors Symphonic Band Performing at Area Concert Festival 8:00 am to 2:45 pm

March 7
POE – Protecting Our Environment Club meets at lunch room 109
Book Fair

March 8
FCA – Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club meets at lunch room 208
Student Council meets after school room 105
Upcoming 8th through 12th grade parent meeting 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Book Fair

March 9
He For She Club meets at lunch room 101
GSA – Gay-Straight Alliance meets at lunch room 109
Book Fair

March 10
Band Council meets at lunch in the Band Room
reSEARCHing The Cure Club meets at lunch room 209
Ping Pong Club 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in MS Courtyard
Lunch Orders Due
Book Fair cleanup

March 13
Spring Break

March 14
Spring Break

March 15
Spring Break

March 16
Spring Break

March 17
Spring Break
MUN Conference at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ

March 18
MUN Conference at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ

March 20
Spring Break

March 21
Spring Break

March 22
Spring Break

March 23
Secondary ILP Conferences


March 24
Secondary ILP Conferences
Lunch Orders Due

March 25
Set Construction 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

March 27
Gamers Club meets at lunch room 112
Key Club Leadership Team meets at lunch room 103
Wilderness Club meets at lunch room 109
Fiber Arts Club meets at lunch room 104

March 28
National Honor Society meets at lunch room 209
Performing Arts Exhibition 2:30 to 3:30 in the Multipurpose Room

March 29
MUN – Model United Nations meets at lunch room 112
Student Council meets after school room 105
Performing Arts Exhibition 2:30 to 3:30 in the Multipurpose Room

March 30
Art Club meets at lunch in the Art Room
Film Club meets at lunch room 115
Performing Arts Exhibition 2:30 to 3:30 in the Multipurpose Room

March 31
Choir Council meets at lunch in the Choir Room
Pre-Med Club meets at lunch room 211
Ping Pong Club 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in MS Courtyard
Spring Fling 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Lunch Orders Due

​​For a full list of Secondary School activities, check out the Events Calendar.

Horizon Honors Secondary School
Horizon Honors High School
​Horizon Honors Middle School

16233 South 48th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85048
Office: 480.659.3000
Attendance: 480.659.3062
horizonclc.org


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