New Horizon School hosts fundraising breakfast Oct. 20 in Renton

  • Friday, October 6, 2017 4:34pm
  • Life

New Horizon School will host its annual fall fundraising breakfast, “Help Us Grow,” at 7:45 a.m. Friday, Oct. 20, at the school, located at 1111 S. Carr Road in Renton.

The school provides a personalized learning environment essential for students with a variety of learning disabilities in grades 4 to 12, plus older students, ages 18 to 21. It contracts with many local school districts, including Snoqualmie Valley to serve area students with these needs, preparing them to be contributing members of society and life-long learners.

The keynote presenter is Sara S. Gardner, Program Director and Founder of Autism Spectrum Navigators of Bellevue College. There is no fee to attend the breakfast, but an RSVP is requested. To register, visit http://www.new-horizon-school.org/annual-breakfast. Donations will be accepted.

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