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Yes, I have Dyslexia!

October 18, 2021

By Shaynee Sherwood, Lower School Teacher “What is it like having dyslexia?” I have been asked this question dozens of times since my own diagnosis in 2nd grade, and for a long time, I was ...

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Faculty Spotlight: Katlin Gardner

October 8, 2021

Ms. Katlin Gardner grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. She had a hard time moving through the Kansas City public school system but had one particular teacher in 3rd-5th grade that advocated for her. This ...

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Faculty Spotlight: Brett Lasseter

September 14, 2021

Mrs. Brett Lasseter has known she wanted to be a teacher since she was a child herself! Having family members diagnosed with learning disabilities, she was exposed at a young age to appreciate the different ...

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Sensory Processing Disorder

September 2, 2021

By: Jackie Thomas Does your child?: Have difficulty sitting still in class for a 30-minute lesson?Have meltdowns when having to go to an assembly in a loud gym?Refuse to wear certain clothes?Bump into things or ...

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The Transition Process

May 12, 2021

By Alicia Carr, Counseling Director At Horizon Academy, we cherish building relationships with each individual student. Ultimately the goal for every student is to transition back to a traditional school setting; we strive to provide ...

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Collaborative Storytelling Club

April 13, 2021

By: Michael McConnell Over the last 3 years, Collaborative Storytelling Club has become one of Horizon Academy’s most popular clubs with sessions every quarter even during our online 4th quarter last year. If you have ...

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Parent Portal

March 1, 2021

Horizon Academy’s Parent Portal can be found linked below. The Parent Portal allows for access to admissions information, application and enrollment packets, resource documents, the daily covid form, select student information, and the directory. Please ...

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David Kilpatrick’s “Equipped for Reading Success”

February 9, 2021

By Sage Isenmann My educator mind was blown last summer. I’m in my fourteenth year of teaching (and my eighth at Horizon), so this doesn’t happen often. We were assigned to read David Kilpatrick’s book, ...

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The Power of Our Words: How much and which words?

January 8, 2021

By Alana Seidenberg, Lower School Teacher Have you ever prepared for a pitch or a presentation by writing down your talking points or even a script of what you planned to say, and practiced it ...

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Faculty Spotlight: Molly Schmeidler

December 21, 2020

“I noticed students that struggled in the classroom and thought to myself, ‘there must be a better way to educate these students,’” said Upper School teacher, Molly Schmeidler. Schmeidler spent 4 years teaching at the ...

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