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    MCPS is committed to protecting students inside and outside the classroom. If you suspect child abuse, please call the

    Department of Children and Families Abuse Hotline at 1.800.962.2873.

     

     

     MCPS actively works with the Florida Department of Health, the Florida Department of Education, and Marion County Emergency Management to remain current on COVID-19 / Coronavirus details.  The most accurate updates are available at www.coronavirus.govwww.FloridaHealth.gov and www.CDC.gov.  Our primary goals are to keep our schools safe, stop the spread,  and educate our community.  For more information regarding our COVID-19 / Coronavirus actions, click here.

     

    FLDOH Marion County Coronavirus Hotline: 352.644.2590

      

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Welcome to Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks

  • Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks

     

    Good Day Horizon Families!

    I hope that all are healthy and are managing the day to day stresses that I know everyone is under at this point. Daily we hear and read about the suffering in our county, state, nation, and the world. We have all heard about the setbacks in the lives of workers, athletes and people in general. Many of you may be dealing with the many obstacles that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused. I know most will agree with me that this is also a terrible setback for our community, especially our students.

     

    If you need help with anything, food, rent, health questions, don’t hesitate to call 2-1-1 for assistance, or let one of us at Horizon know what you need. We will help you find the right person or agency for you. As for the New Normal and distance learning, I promise you that the teachers, support staff, and I will commit ourselves to helping our children and their families stay connected to school. Our plan is work through all courses in a distance learning format through every teacher’s web site. Please don’t hesitate to email any teacher or staff member regarding any issue – logins, downloading, instructions on assignments, ANYTHING that will help you and your student work through our New Normal and thrive in the instruction that I know teachers are planning and executing for all of our students right now. Please stay safe and stay connected with Horizon Academy, but most of all, stay safe and healthy and take care of each other. Only together will we be able to get through this terrible time in all of our lives!

     

    Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks is a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) magnet school, located in the heart of the Marion Oaks. Unlike most middle schools, we also have 5th grade classes, which allow upper elementary students to better adapt to team teaching, middle school behavior and academic standards.Horizon is a Title I school, which means additional funding to supplement classrooms, provide technology to students and classrooms, and provide professional development for our staff and additional opportunities for all of our students. All of our students may join the community center, which provides computer access, games, social activities and more to the entire Marion Oaks community.


    Horizon Academy is a unique school with unique academic offerings. Student clubs include the FFA, FBLA, SAVE Promise Club, Band, Relay for Life, NJHS, Drama and more. We also have competitive athletics programs in cross-country, volleyball, basketball, and track. It is our goal to ensure all students are prepared for high school and beyond. Our students understand that, “Good is Not Enough, when Better is Possible – and Better is a Never-Ending Quest!

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  • School Schedules
    Student Day: 7:55AM - 2:30PM
    Teacher Day: 7:25AM - 3:10PM
    Early Release Time: 12:20PM
    School Office Hours: 7:30AM - 3:00PM

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    Student Breakfast

    Breakfast is FREE for all students starting at 7:30AM

     

    Student Lunch

    Student Lunch: $1.75(If qualified, reduced price is: $0.40 or free)School Lunch Clipart

     


    Dress Code
    All Visible clothing must be within the color guidelines.


    Tops
    Solid colors of White, Gold / Yellow, Black and Navy Blue and must have a collar and sleeves.

    Bottoms
    Solid colors of Khaki, Navy Blue, and Black. Clothing must be the appropriate size for the child so that the clothing is being worn at the student's waist.

     

    Shoes

    All shoes worn are to be appropriate for physical education classes and must have rubber soles. Shoes must be secured with laces (if applicable), Velcro, etc. and must completely cover toes and heel.

     

    All Students must wear their shirts tucked in.

     

    Uniform Dress Code Policy

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