The Diversity/Inclusion Committee- You Are Invited

The next meeting is Tuesday, February 16 at 3:45pm

We will be focusing on the following:
1) Speakers/presenters for the remaining learning lunches
2) Posting the 3/4 teacher position announcement in places that may attract diverse candidates
3) Reading to End Racism program
As always, anyone is welcome to join our meetings.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
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Sponsorship is Growing!

As you walk down the main hallway of our school turn your heard to the right.  We have a brand new Sponsorship Board.  A number of businesses have already begun to sponsor Horizons auction.  We are advertising them on this board.  Please be sure to frequent these businesses and say thank you from the Horizons Community.

Need a sandwich?  Go to Boulder Organic Sandwich.

How about floor refinishing?  There is only one name- Magness Anderson Hardwoods

And of course, Dr Wong, the orthodontist who supports our school every year.

Please frequent these businesses.  the list will grow.

In fact, if you own a business or know anyone who does, please have them talk to Mike Belochi about sponsoring the auction.  The cost of sponsorship is reasonable and sponsors receive an amazing amount of promotion.


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Diversity & Inclusion

As a reminder, the Diversity and Inclusion Committee will be meeting on Tuesday, January 19th at 3:45pm in the conference room.
As we did not meet in December, the agenda remains very similar to what is in the email below: As a quick recap we will discuss:
1) open enrollment
2) opportunities for the Feb and Mar A&S sessions
3) speakers/presenters for Learning Lunches
4) reviewing the 3/4 teacher job announcement and posting opportunities to attract more diverse candidates
Finally, over email, Aaron shared some articles that we may bring to Council. We may also want to consider ways to share these articles more broadly and/or providing updates in Skylines.
Please let me know if you plan to attend next week’s meeting.
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“How to Deal with Sibling Rivalry” talk on March 7th

“How to Deal with Sibling Rivalry”

March 7th, 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the Hub

Understand why sibling rivalry occurs and how to help your children get along better.  Presented by Mia Bertram, LPC and Jan Hittelman, PhD.  This is the final PEN talk scheduled for this school year, please join us.


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HCG Project Meeting, March 19th

8:30-9:30 a.m. in the Cafeteria

Join us for our monthly HCG Project meeting.  This month we will be supporting the Auction by helping with decorations.  Calling all you wonderful people who love to craft, socialize and help the school! Everyone is welcome.

Horizons Community Group

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1/2 and 3/4 Family Game Night

Friday, Feb. 19th, 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Horizons K-8 Cafeteria


All families from the 1/2 and 3/4 teams (and their siblings) are invited to a fun family night at Horizons K-8.

Bring an age appropriate game that can be played within about an hour that you would like to share with others. We will serve popcorn, juice, and tea.

Thank you for your RSVP to the evite, and we hope to see you there.

Click here to RSVP:

Brooke Bell from Horizons Community Group

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Horizons Summer Camp Registration is OPEN!

summercampimageDoes your child have a creative interest but no time to pursue it during the school year?  Horizons K-8 School is hosting a wide variety of unique summer camp offerings, such as, Web Design, Circus, Sewing, Creative Movement, Creative Writing, 3D Design and Printing, French, Music and so much more!

Check out camp descriptions and sign up online at
If you have any questions, email Xandra Coombs at
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The gazillion lost items in the Lost & Found need to get found as our closet is overflowing.  We have an overflow box of water bottles and lunch boxes next to the closet and hats and scarves, etc are covering the bottom.  Please come retrieve your treasures.

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Thank you Flippers & Flappers

A heartfelt thank you to the many volunteers who made our pancake breakfast a great success.  When I looked out from the kitchen, I could see folks standing.  It was very well-attended and so much fun!  Thank you for making it happen, whether you volunteered, or whether you volunteered to eat.

If you happen to have any photos, would you please send them in to me?

And, if you loaned us a skillet (bless you), it is in the cafeteria awaiting your pick-up.


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Time to Ask Again

At our auction we hope to offer two wildly successful “clubs”.  The first is A Dessert of The Month Club.  Each participant will bake/create one dessert in the month of their choosing and the lucky winner will receive a dessert a month for a year.

The next club is The Wine of the Month Club.  Again, a lucky winner will receive a lovely bottle of wine once a month for a year.  Please consider buying a bottle of wine from our parent owned B-Town Wine & Spirits on Arapahoe and offering it to this club.

These will be great items to have at the auction.  How about joining a club?  Please contact Connie at:






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