Our High School Guidance Counselors have rolled out Naviance to our students, which is a comprehensive website that will assist you with plans for colleges, careers and much more.
In order to help our parents and guardians work with their student in Naviance we have set up parent nights so you can see what this program can do for you. This “must see” event for parents of juniors and seniors will provide valuable information to use in helping prepare your student to be Ready for Tomorrow. Please join us for one of these nights. Read More
Last winter the Davidson Marching Band purchased a new band trailer. The inside of the trailer was empty. Davidson seniors, Livy Boysel, Chad Harris, and Joe Mak were band members and students in the engineering program. Collaborating with the band directors Read More
This week 250 Dads and their children attended a free pizza and informational event to kick off the second year of Horizon’s Watchdog program.
Watchdogs is a father involvement program coordinated by the National Center for Fathering (www.fathers.com). The purpose of the program is to increase the presence of fathers in schools. The hope is that having more dads at Horizon accomplishes two goals: to provide positive male role models to the students, and to increase security by providing extra sets of eyes and ears in the building and playground area. Read More
Last week our operations team found a sanitation issue in the restrooms on the home side of Davidson’s stadium. As our team assessed the situation, it was determined there was in fact a blockage in the sanitary pipe that runs from the home side restrooms to the visitor’s side concession building.
We immediately arranged for a local, licensed plumbing company to come to the site. We also immediately spoke with Hellas Construction, the company who installed the new turf field. Both companies will work together to remedy this problem. Read More
Our preschoolers are starting the new year with Pete the Cat and his 4 Groovy Buttons. Pete the Cat books by Eric Litwin have been great at introducing the curriculum with rhyming words, color identification and counting 1 to 1. Preparing students to be Ready for Tomorrow begins with our youngest students.
We are proud to partner with Bo Jackson Elite Sports on a free event to help parents and students navigate the world of playing sports after high school. This forum offers a candid perspective on the college recruiting process and will have an open Q & A with a panel of professionals. You can learn more about the program and register for the free event here.