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    September 21, 2022

    10:00am - 11:30am 

    Echo Horizon School 


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    Please RSVP by September 16th.


    Echo Horizon School invites Preschool Directors, ADs, Teachers, Consultants, & School Representatives to view our extraordinary community, explore our campus, and meet our esteemed faculty, dedicated directors, and visionary head of school, Peggy Proctor.


    You will have the opportunity to hear from our Director of Lower Elementary, Jennie Willens, and our Director of Upper Elementary, Julia Blount, as they dive into our educational philosophy and share their insights about our dynamic curriculum. 


    Take a tour of our historical campus and into the learning spaces of our inquisitive scholars and our dynamic teachers, as you experience our joyful, engaged learning first-hand.


    Enjoy a Q&A with our knowledgeable Admissions team members as they navigate you through our admissions process, events, and activities that may interest your families.


    Please contact admissions@echohorizon.org with any questions you may have. We look forward to sharing this special day with you!


    With Abundant Gratitude,

    RaShaan Davis

    Director of Admissions and Community Engagement



  • Pinwheels for Peace

  • Kristen Reyna

    Pinwheels for Peace Echo Horizon School

    Pinwheels for Peace Echo Horizon School

    Pinwheels for Peace Echo Horizon School

  • Hello Educators! I am Kristen Reyna. As the Visual Arts teacher at Echo Horizon School for 30+ years, I am excited to invite you to participate in our 9th Annual Pinwheels for Peace school-wide art installation project for the International Day of Peace on September, 21st.


    The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations as a day to strengthen the ideals of Peace and observe 24 hours of non-violence. It is a day when people all around the world can do anything that makes the world a better place. This years theme is End Racism, Build Peace.


    Echo Horizon School celebrates by participating in Pinwheels for Peace-- a project where you can express your feelings about what’s going on in the world and in your lives through your artwork. Then, using our art, we create a community art installation. 


    The whole Echo Horizon School community is invited to display their pinwheel on the front lawn as a visual statement of world peace. I would like to invite you to participate in our installation and express how you can End Racism and Build Peace.


    Click here to download a Pinwheels for Peace template. Bring your colored pinwheel to Echo Horizon for the Educators' Tea, and we will assemble and add it to our art installation. 


    Click here for more information Pinwheels for Peace.