W.O.L.F. Sanctuary: Saturday, Oct 22 5-6 pm

For 27 years, a Colorado-based nonprofit, W.O.L.F. Sanctuary, has been at the forefront of rescuing captive-born wolves and wolf dogs from across the country.

You can help W.O.L.F. continue its Mission of Rescue, Sanctuary, and Education. There is no such thing as a big, bad wolf; October 22, Saturday, 5-6 pm at The Dairy. Come and meet a LIVE WOLF ambassador!

W.O.L.F. has been a haven for hundreds of canines from fur farms, shelters, illegal operations, unethical tourist attractions, and abandonment. W.O.L.F. has been vital to placing hundreds of animals across the United States to find haven through their Rescue Mission.

W.O.L.F. now has an incredible venture in front of them — a new sanctuary with more than 160-plus acres in Colorado’s Red Feather Lakes. Currently, home to 30 captive-born wolves and wolf dogs, W.O.L.F.’s new location will offer spacious state-of-the-art habitats and the opportunity to be open to the public for educational tours for the first time since its origination. Our dream is becoming a reality as the organization continues to build the necessary infrastructure on the property and plans to welcome its four-legged furry residents to their new homes by the end of 2022.

Come and meet our wolf ambassador.

5-6 pm
The Dairy
2590 Walnut St, Boulder
$12 Children under 12  $20 Adults
Tickets 303-444-7328 Mon-Sat 2-6 pm or at the thedairy.org.

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Join Us For Coffee Connections!

Join us Friday morning (10/7) after drop off till 9:30 for Coffee Connections!

Lucas will be joining us for a casual conversation about what makes Horizons special. If you have ever wondered about all the things you may hear, yet, not know what it may mean, this would be a great conversation to join in. Why do we have a Council? Why do we value experiential learning? Just to name a few. Bring you questions!

In addition to casual conversation, we will offer delicious coffee from Heady Coffee, and treats brought by 7/8 parents.

Each month, HCG asks different grade levels to bring in the treats for Coffee Connections. We hope many of you will join us every month, as conversation topics vary and are geared towards parents with children at all grade levels.

We could use a couple more 7/8 parent volunteers to bring yummies in this week. Thank you!!

Oct 7/8 Parents
Nov 5/6 Parents
Dec 3/4 Parents
Jan 1/2 Parents
Feb Kinder Parents
March 7/8 Parents
April 5/6 Parents
May 3/4 Parents

Sign up here at Help At School, please!

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Equity, Diversity, & Belonging Committee Book Club

The Equity, Diversity, and Belonging Committee is inviting you to participate in their book club. All are welcome!!

What Happened to you? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing by Bruce Perry, Oprah Winfrey
Our earliest experiences shape our lives far down the road, and What Happened to You? provides powerful scientific and emotional insights into the behavioral patterns so many of us struggle to understand.

We are hoping to offer in person, as well as virtual. Please RSVP so we can gather interest for the in person attendance.

Wednesday November 16th from 6-7

Please email HK8EDB@gmail.com with any questions.


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Save the Date! Fall Dance October 21 - 5-8pm

Horizons Community Group is excited to bring back the super fun Fall Dance. This is an all school event and family friendly costumes are encouraged. Bring the whole family!!

We need your help!!! Come help set up, keep an eye on the kids, bring your favorite goodies to share, or help clean up. We will have a DJ, snacks, arts and crafts, and games.

This is a volunteer run event. Please sign up at https://bvsd.helpatschools.com/schools/21/events/4989

We are looking for decorations!! Whatever you can lend would be amazing (they will be returned to you within a few days after the dance).

*String lights (battery-operated and plug-ins)
*Halloween Projectors (3-4)
*Halloween Decorations that are little-kid appropriate (fuzzy spiders, cute witches, etc.)
*a few large Hay Bales for outside the front of the school (for photo opps!)
Please message Jess Kuchinski for lending/returning items or email her at JessKuchinski@gmail.com

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Calling Student Creators and Sellers

Calling Student Creators and Sellers

Horizons ARTastic is a holiday market featuring professional artists and handmakers from throughout the front range.

Students are invited to participate. The sale begins at 11 AM and concludes at 230 PM. We ask that you or a representative are present during that time but we will gladly allow you to begin upon dismissal. You will need to stay to the end to clean-up and settle-up.


*Items for sale are handmade by the student
*Students are responsible for advertising, set-up, all collections, signage, record-keeping and clean-up.
*25% of sales will go to Horizons in lieu of a booth/table fee
*Adult is in attendance

Please fill this out: APPLICATION. We love our student sellers !

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Last Chance to RSVP: Conscious Parenting In Today's World Speaker Event

Please RSVP NOW  by 5pm October 1st

Conscious Parenting In Today’s World 

Upping Social and Emotional Intelligence at Home.

October 3rd 6-8pm

Hybrid Speaker Event: 

In Person: Please plan to meet in the HUB door will be open 10 min prior to the event
Via Zoom: If you have RSVP’d to attend via Zoom, Horizons Community Group will email you directly with the Zoom Link Oct 2nd. (if you do not receive an email please check Skylines on Monday prior to the event.)

Brought to you by Horizons Community Group

Parent Coach and Educator, Jenn Wert, works with parents of young children around the globe in bringing more mindfulness and connection to their parenting. As we come out of the worst of COVID, she will be looking at the residual effects, thinking about how to reset this year, with more confidence (for both parents and kiddos), and focusing on clarity and connection.


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Order Your Free Spirit Shirt Here!

As part of our community contribution campaign, we are making sure that every student and staff member at Horizons has a Horizons T-shirt!

Fill out the form below (submit one form per student) with the size you would like to have.

Please complete this form by October 14.

Horizons Spirit Wear

Example of last year’s shirt:

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Parents - enter the HK8 lottery for tables, carts and other supplies!

HK8 parents generously donated funds to purchase tents, tables, chairs, carts, chains and locks to enable outdoor learning during the pandemic. THANK YOU for making outdoor learning possible during this challenging time!

These days, the materials are no longer being used, and the school does not have room to store them long-term. Since parents purchased these materials, we will conduct a LOTTERY to get items to parents who can use them. We will donate or sell leftovers. (Note: the large tents will not be a part of this lottery, they will be sold to support the school’s annual fund.)

To enter the lottery, complete this Google Form no later than 3pm on Thursday October 13. All parents are eligible to enter. (If you can, please coordinate to submit one entry per household). Lottery winners will be listed on the eastern (Kindergarten) outside door by 8:15am on Friday, October 14.

Winners will need to pick up their materials in the gym either 12:45-2:00pm on Friday, October 14 or 8:00-8:30am on Tuesday, October 18. We have to clear the gym of materials, so unclaimed items will be donated or sold. Any questions, contact sarah.wise@colorado.edu.

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Save the Date! The Fall Dance is Oct 21!

October 21st 5-8 PM
Horizons Community Group is excited to bring back the super fun Fall Dance. This is an all school event and family friendly costumes are encouraged. Bring the whole family!!
We need your help!!! Come help set up, keep an eye on the kids, bring your favorite goodlies to share, or help clean up. We will have a DJ, snacks, arts and crafts, and games.
This is a volunteer run event. Please sign up at https://bvsd.helpatschools.com/schools/21/events/4989

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Thank You for Attending & Participating in the Chili Cook-Off!

We had fun socializing, filled our bellies with 8 delicious chilis and wonderful sides including homemade cornbread and peach cobbler. We even had Horizons student winners!! Congratulations to Kai and Leo Burns!! We had wonderful, fun, and thoughtful prizes and trophies thanks to Mercedes Gitter.
Here are a couple of recipes that were winners.
Save the date for next years!! Before the first council of the year. Plenty of time to start working on your recipe ;)!! See you there!!
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