The Oregon school where Kyron Horman was reported missing nearly two weeks ago marked its last day of the school year on Tuesday.
A slide show featuring all the children at Skyline Elementary was shown at a special assembly, Portland schools spokesman Matt Selby told CNN. He said the slide show included a picture of Kyron.
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Horman’s stepmother reported the 7-year-old missing on June 4 after he did not return from school, authorities said. According to investigators, the stepmother said she last saw the second-grader walking down a hallway towards his class.
The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office originally called the investigation into Kyron’s disappearance as an endangered missing child case. It has since classified it as a criminal inquiry.
On Monday, the sheriff’s office released photographs to the public of a replica of the eyeglass frame worn by Kyron on the day he vanished.
In a briefing on Monday, Captain Jason Gates of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office said 1,300 people participated in the massive search efforts for Kyron. An additional 213 separate investigators from 42 law enforcement agencies also assisted in looking for him, Gates said.
“The Office is steeled in its resolve to not let this become a cold case,” Gates said. “We are focused on this investigation and we remind all citizens of the $25,000 reward for information leading us to Kyron.”
Anyone with information regarding Kyron Horman's whereabouts is asked to call the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office at (503) 261-2847.
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