Horizon dads special guests

It was Dad’s Day at Horizon Prep last Wednesday. The record high heat couldn’t keep dads away from enjoying lunch and recess play with their children. After lunch, the dads joined their students for soccer, tetherball and swings. The Wednesday Dad’s Day was the first of eight that take place throughout the school year.

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  5. Dads share date night

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