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Box Tops, Please!

Don’t forget to bring your Box Tops into the office to feed to our Box Tops bear!
As you can see, his belly is empty and he is hungry!  Box Tops are on lots of products and are an easy way to earn a little cash for our school.  Just clip them out and drop them off!
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Angevine Activists Inspire our Students

7 Angevine middle schoolers discuss DACA and the rallies they were able to participate in – they shared their message with 36 middle school students.

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Great Moments in STEAM

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Tonight's 2/21 Council Meeting Agenda!

2/21/19 Agenda
Hospitality provided by: Hospitality provided by 5/6 team & Rachel Ochoa and Kelly Johnson
Childcare: Keren Slepeck
Minutes: TBD
  1. Welcome and Introductions
  2. Council overview
  3. Open Comments (celebrations, questions, comments, news) and OE sharing (7/8 with 3/4 buddies)
  4. School Updates
  • HOS Search Update
  • Board Activities this past month and collaborations with faculty/staff
  • Charter Renewal Update and Timeline
  • Governance Bylaw Work and Plan
  • CMAS
  • Brief Activity- Breakouts: Council Brainstorm- roles, responsibilities, priorities
  • Close/Wrap-Up
2/21/19 Council Meeting Facilitators: Monica Fitzgerald, Cory Pavicich
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Dyslexia Simulation

Our 7/8 grade students participated in a dyslexia simulation, learning about the challenges that many different learners face.  This experience has been organized by Beck Trout, for his end of year Aperture Project, with the support of BVKIDS (Boulder Valley Kids Identified with Dyslexia),

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Movement Breaks

Research shows us that many students benefit from a movement break during learning time.  Horizons is pleased to have three exercise bikes available in our front office and we look forward to our students using them when needed.

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February 21st Learning Lunch

Here is the group coming to our next learning lunch on Thursday, February 21st at 12:20-12:50 p.m. in the Hub.  Horizons K-8 welcomes the students from Angevine to hear about their advocacy march last year to protect the DACA (Deferred Action for Child Arrivals) program.   Their story was highlighted in the Denver Post:
During the 2017-18 school year seven courageous 7th graders from Angevine Middle School in Lafayette, CO rallied over a hundred members of their community to protect the federal DACA program.  They marched from City Council to Waneka Lake and hosted a community event to speak up on DACA.  As part of their community action, they collected signatures for petitions that have helped maintain the rights of undocumented youth to attend college, work legally, and maintain protection from deportation.  They were featured in the Denver Post for their march: https://www.denverpost.com/2018/04/15/lafayette-middle-school-students-daca-march/
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Horizons Choir sings at CU Buffs

Buy your discounted tickets now and support the Buffs and the Horizons K-8 choir!!!

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Spring 2019 Student Assessment Update

Please click through to our student assessment page to read more about the upcoming CMAS testing and also to find the daily assessment schedule.

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