Home of the Red-Tailed Hawks
Dear Horizon Families,
Our seven weather days have played havoc with our school schedule. Beginning Monday, March 6, our bell schedule will adjust by four minutes earlier, and door 2 will unlock four minutes earlier. We will open door 2 and door 10 (for our walkers) at 7:26am (instead of 7:30am). We will start classes at 7:36am (instead of 7:40am). The rest of the school days will stay the same.
For families who are dropping off by vehicle, our drive thru will run from 7:26am to 7:36am. Bussing schedules will not change. Our bus students have been getting to school right at 7:28am to 7:30am so that will still work.
Beginning March 6, 2023:
M, T, W, and F: 7:36am-2:40pm
Our movie day is Friday, March 17. We are heading to the theater for The Amazing Maurice, rated PG. An updated permission slip will be coming home next week from teachers with the new movie title and movie date. It should be a fun day before our spring break!
We appreciate you, Horizon families!
Library March book madness
The school will be voting on a winner throughout March!
- Abdul’s Story by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow and Tiffany Rose
- Action!: How Movies Began by Meghan McCarthy
- Blips on a Screen by Kate Hannigan and Zachariah Ohora
- El Cucuy is Scared Too! By Donna Barba Higuera and Juliana Perdomo
- Endlessly Ever After: Pick Your Path to Countless Fairy Tale Endings! By Laurel Snyder and Dan Santat
- Everybody in the Red Brick Building by Anne Wynter and Oge Mora
- Gibberish by Young Vo
- Kick Push by Frank Morrison
- Mel Fell by Corey R. Tabor
- My Pet Feet by Josh Funk and Billy Young
- Runs With the Stars by Darcy Whitecrow, Heather M. O’Connor and Lenny Lishchenko
- Shy by Deborah Freedman
- That's Not My Name by Anoosha Syed
- The Cool Bean by Jory John and Pete Oswald
- There are No Bears in this Bakery by Julia Sarcone -Roach
- This Joy by Shelley Johannes
traveling art exhibit
Horizon welcomed the "Frida Kahlo Traveling Art Exhibit" into the art room this week. The art room was transformed to give students an art museum experience. They began by learning all about Frida Kahlo's life and then entered the art museum to explore her works.
Please consider donating your student’s outgrown clothes to the Health office. We are in need of winter boots sizes 1-4 and leggings and sweatpants sizes 6-8.
The district continues to offer free Covid testing:
➔ Drive to the ticket booth at Ashley Field on Kroncke Drive
➔ The hours are Monday through Friday from 7 to 10 am
➔ Staff, students and family members of students may use this site
➔ Pre-register at CovidConnect2
➔ Please report positive test results to your student’s teacher, the Attendance line or the Health office at 608-834-7906
Although Spring is just around the corner, the snowy season is still upon us so please remember to continue wearing your snow pants and boots outside so that you can play on the non-blacktop part of the playground.
The snow hill is such a fun place to play but remember to play safely. Let's continue to keep our hands to ourselves, refrain from throwing snow, and slide down one at a time. Always remember that your playground teachers are there to help keep you safe so if there is a conflict that you are not able to resolve on your own, please let us know. We are always happy to help!
Finally, take a quick look in our lost and found to make sure you have all of your belongings.
Your playground team
Upcoming field trips
march music events
3rd Grade Informances:
Mr. Mulich: Wednesday, March 29 - 9:30-10:00 AM
Mrs. Doebereiner: Friday, March 31 - 9:00-9:30 AM
Mrs. Pierce: Friday, March 31 - 9:30-10:00 AM
4th Grade Informances:
Mrs. Tews: Wednesday, March 29 - 10:30-11:00 AM
Mrs. Schauer: Friday, March 31 - 10:00-10:30 AM
Mrs. Kern: Friday, March 31 - 10:30-11:00 AM
4th/5th Grade Music Club:
All-City Choir Concert - Monday, March 6th @ Sun Prairie West High School - 7 PM
summer school website
REGISTRATION DATES (K-8)
March 14th, 2023
Opens at 8:00 am
Closes at midnight
April 21st, 2023
We support approximately 3,000 4K-12 students in our Summer School Program, which provides our youngest learners (4K) with an introduction to what school will be like in kindergarten and our oldest students (9-12) with credit-earning classes. Students have the opportunity to strengthen their skills in math, reading, physical education, art, music, tech ed, and many other areas through a wide variety of enrichment classes aligning with core content area standards.
Please visit our summer school website for more information.
STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
No student may be unlawfully discriminated against in any school programs, activities or in facilities usage because of the student’s sex (gender identity, gender expressions, and non-conformity to gender role stereotypes), color, religion, profession, or demonstration of belief or non-belief, race, national origin (including limited English proficiency), ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, homelessness status, sexual orientation, age, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability. Harassment is a form of discrimination and shall not be tolerated in the District. It is the responsibility of administrators, staff members and all students to ensure that student discrimination or harassment does not occur.
If a student or parent/guardian would prefer to have this information translated into Spanish, please contact us at 608-834-6620. Si un estudiante, padre ó guardian prefiere tener esta información traducida en Español, por favor contactenos en el 608-834-6620.
If a student or parent/guardian would prefer to have this information translated into Hmong, please contact us at 608-834-6630. Yog tus me nyuam lub xiv los yog niam thiab txiv/tus neeg muaj cai saib xyuas tus me nyuam xav tau qhov ntawv ntawm no ua lus Hmoob, thov hais rau peb paub rau ntawm 608-834-6630.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT POLICIES ON SEX DISCRIMINATION, THE DISTRICT’S TITLE IX COORDINATOR, AND PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING OR FILING A COMPLAINT OF SEX DISCRIMINATION
The Sun Prairie Area School District (“District”) does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of sex in any education program or activity that the District operates. Title IX’s requirement not to discriminate in any education program or activity extends to cover, but is not limited to, District students, certain admissions processes, and District employment. To access the relevant policy and procedures you can go to the District’s website. For inquiries regarding how Title IX and the federal Title IX regulations apply to the District please contact the District’s Title IX Coordinator, (the Director of Student Policy & School Operations, 501 S. Bird Street, Sun Prairie, WI 53590, 608-834-6624 or by email at email@example.com.)