Did you know that we collect Box Tops for Education?

Just clip your Box Tops and have your child bring them in and place them in the box outside of the 1st cafeteria door.  Each box top must have an expiration date, so be sure you don’t rip that off.  We receive 10 cents for each box top and last year we earned almost $230.  Ask your neighbors and family to save their box tops as well & let’s see if we can make more than last year!


Share this Post:

Come get your body mooo-ving in the morning!

Come get your body mooo-ving in the morning!

Morning active recreation at Horizons takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from7:40 – 8:20 in the gym. Activities vary each day and depend largely on student input and number of students in attendance. On most days there will be an organized group game/activity such as soccer, ultimate frisbee, basketball, knock-out, relay races, wall ball, floor hockey or dodge-ball, among others. If a student does not wish to participate in the group game, they are free to use the stage or other half of the gym for individual activities such as shooting basketball, hula hooping or jump-roping. Student input is highly valued and students are encouraged to bring and share their own ideas for new games and activities!

Note: Please enter the gym from the entrance that faces the playground on the North side of the building. Thank you!


Share this Post:

SAVE THE DATE~~ Back To School Night~~ 9/1/16

Please come to Back to School Night.  We will be presenting our intent and focus for this school year.  This is an especially important event if you are new to Horizons but returning parents will gain new and necessary information as well.   Please see the Schedule of Events below and plan to come.

Need fingerprints done???  This year we will have a fingerprinter at Back To School Night who will be fingerprinting parents as needed.  The cost is $40.00  Take advantage of this great way to get background checked without having to leave the building!

Back to School Night is an adults-only event! Child care is not provided.

Horizons K-8

Back to School Night, September 1, 2016

Session One Session Two Session Three
Big Picture View of Horizons K-8 Teams Present Programs Nuts and Bolts of Parent Engagement

 (with fingerprinter)

Location Gymnasium See below Cafeteria
5:30 – 6:15 K parents 1-2 parents


3-4 parents
6:15 – 7:00 5-6 and 7-8 parents 3-4 parents

(Julie’s Room)

K and 1-2 parents
7:00 – 7:45 1-2 and 3-4 parents 5-6  (HUB)

K (K Rooms)

7-8 parents
7:45 – 8:30 7-8 parents

(Katie’s Room)

5-6 parents


Share this Post:

DPC Rep & DAC Rep Needed- Read on....

District Parent Council

The Boulder Valley District Parent Council (DPC) provides a monthly forum and lively exchange of ideas for all schools in Boulder Valley School District.

The DPC is made up of one representative from every school in the district. We meet once a month during the school year with the Superintendent of Schools along with a School Board member and discuss and examine timely and relevant topics that affect the students and schools of BVSD. Our meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend.

The DPC provides a truly unique opportunity for BVSD parents, staff, teachers, students and leadership of to exchange and share ideas and views in professional and open setting.

DPC meetings are held one Wednesday night of every school month at 6:30 p.m. in the PDC of the BVSD Education Center located at 6500 Arapahoe, Boulder, CO 80303

District Accountability Committee

The District Accountability Committee (DAC) is a legally constituted committee of representatives from the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD). DAC representation includes at least one person involved in business in the community located within BVSD, and a parent, teacher, or administrator from each school within the district and serves in an advisory capacity to the BVSD Board of Education.

As per Colorado Revised Statutes 22-11-302, DAC meets monthly throughout the year and makes recommendations to the Board regarding district improvement planning and spending priorities, studying topics as jointly determined with the school board, and increasing parent engagement in the district and at schools. The complete responsibilities of DAC members are described in the D​AC bylaws​. 
​DAC values ongoing feedback from each school’s School Accountability Commitee (SAC) and provides training and information SACs can share with each school community.​
Share this Post:

Electric Vehicles.....Check this out!


Share this Post:

The Return of....Active Rec

We would like to invite 5th – 8th graders to come to school a little early  (7:40) on Tues & Thurs to enjoy Active Recreation with Kris Doyon.

This is a great way to get those middle school minds up and running…..

Illustration of Kids Exercising
Illustration of Kids Exercising


Share this Post:

Horizons 3rd Annual Pool Party

The clouds parted for us and a good time was had by all.  Thank you Chara, for making it happen…again!86f6820f-ecee-4137-bcaa-acb426c7d4d4cf9a03a6-2637-4c91-ae7c-282b8db44225e2898ee3-6297-4519-b4f8-3568631d4f3aIMG_3926IMG_3927

Share this Post:

The Beginning of....Kindergarten

IMG_3921unnamed (3)

Share this Post:

Back to School

Backtoschoolunnamedunnamed (1)

A great first day was had by all!

Share this Post:

Our Horizons Community Group At Work (Play?)


Share this Post: