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  1. A parent account is different than the student account.
  2. You will need the ID number for your child.
  3. You will need an email account.
  4. If you have more than one child here at Horner you only need one account.  From your portal you should see student account and find the words add student.

How to register - click on the blue register now button and follow the directions.


Questions - contact T McClure

Daily bulletin



Go to the School Tab and find the Daily Bulletin

Welcome to School Loop...

...here you will find teacher sites and information about many of our clubs and activities.  

For more information check out our district site at http://www.fremont.k12.ca.us/Domain/2086


Phone App

Check out the mobile app for School Loop, available for both iphone and android.

  • Keep up with news, assignments
  • Add mulitpile students - even from different schools.


Mobile App



Attention Drama Club -

The list of members is posted on Ms. Vogel's door, room 50.

If you made it into the drama club, you also received a School Loop email. Please check.

Our first meeting is tomorrow 10/24 from 2:35-3:30 in rm 50.

The Fremont Main Library is hosting a Free Parenting Seminar 
for parents and caregivers in collaboration with local Mental Health Group, BASANT NOW on  Understanding Body Talk. 
The seminar is scheduled for Saturday October 28th,
from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. 
It is a FREE Informational Seminar and there will be information on resources within the community.

Some of the topics wbeing addressed are:


Learn about Influences on body image, 

What influences self esteem

Influences of social media, 

Interventions that work

Praising effort, modeling positive behaviors 

Benefits of team activities



Are you a girl considering a career in STEM?

(Science, Technology, Engineering & Math).


If so, then please come to Pathways to Tech, a free workshop at Mission San Jose High School that provides resources to young girls on how they can be more involved in the tech field in an effort to reduce gender disparity.


We will be covering information on academic enrichment classes to take, programs such as FTC robotics, AAUW Tech Trek, Girls Who Code, or UC Berkeley’s Pioneers in Engineering, and how to get research internships.


The pathways to Tech workshop will be held on Thursday,

October 26th from 3:30 to 4:30 pm at MSJ in room B-pi.


Spaces are limited, so sign up today at https://prekira.wixsite.com/inspireuni to reserve your spot.



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