Board Meeting Agenda May 22, 2019

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This month, Jeremy and Sherry promoted wellness by offering some classroom lessons with students.  Our focus is the find out what lifts them up when times are stressful, difficult, or when we face transitions in life.  Students added their strategies to this bulletin board in the hallway near the learning lab.
So, in this busy time of the year our hope is that you will take some time for yourself, your family and your friends and do WHAT LIFTS YOU UP!
All the best,
Sherry and Jeremy
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Got Rhythm?

Our 3 & 4th graders have just spent a week learning to create rhythm and to move their bodies creatively and collaboratively in time and space.  This was a true show of how beautiful self- directed learning can be.  We love our arts program and the many possibilities it offers for all different types of learners.

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8th Graders Serving at La Puente

Our 8th graders have spent the week in Alamosa serving at La Puente.

Being community contributors is a key part of the Horizons program.

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Time to Say Goodbye

We wish you all a great next adventure and hope we can give you a hug at the end of year picnic on 5/24 after dismissal.  Thank you for your trust and for your children!

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Still time to pay for activities & expenses!

Dear Families,

As we close the school year, and get ready to close up the budget for the year, we’d like to remind you that there is still time to make payments towards outstanding balances including winter sports, outdoor education and other payments that may have slipped off your radar.

We are missing many contributions. Thanks for checking in to see if yours is one!

We can accept checks through May 24th, and RevTrak payments can be accepted through June 30th.

Moolah donations are always accepted! Thanks for a great year full of resources, field trips and wonderful learning.




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Self-Directed Creations by 5th & 6th Grade Learners

5 & 6 graders displayed their passion for self-directed learning with visitors and school mates, as they shared their process on their independent projects.   There was a great variety of projects including creating a video, understanding nuclear energy, and showing the difference between smell and taste.  We love it when our children Learn Without Walls. Thank you to parents and mentors for supporting this amazing learning!


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Boat Float 2019

5/6 graders float their boats at Boulder Reservoir.

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A Glimpse into 3/4 Arts Week

Moving bodies in time and space, with rhythm…


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K1 Transition picnic

Friday, May 17th 12:45 out back near the playground
Families of Kinders and 1st graders are encouraged to attend to make new connections for next year.
Lots of popsicles to be found!  Grab a name tag and make a new friend!
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