How Sick is Too Sick?

We are seeing an uptick in students coming into the health office first thing in the morning, complaining of not feeling well. Please review our “How Sick is Too Sick?” policy and remember to keep your students home if they are not feeling well.

Parents/Guardians should follow How Sick is Too Sick – CDPHE’s Illness Policy for Students and Staff in School and Child Care settings.

  • Students may return to school or child care as long as symptom(s) have been resolved for 24 hours unless the symptoms are caused by an illness that requires them to stay home longer.

    • COVID testing is recommended, not required, for anyone with COVID-like symptoms or a known exposure

COVID-like symptoms include:

  •  Fever (100.4 and above), chills, new or worsening cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, runny nose or congestion, muscle or body aches, headache, fatigue, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea

The best way to prevent the spread of infection is by staying home when sick and through good hand washing.

  • Click here for more information on testing.

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Community Event: Harvest of All First Nations' Corn Festival This Saturday

Please see this flyer for information about the upcoming Corn Festival in Longmont sponsored by Harvest of All First Nations. It’s this Saturday, October 1st from 9am until sunset. Follow the link to RSVP.

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Book Club Event by the Equity, Diversity, & Belonging Committee

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 with any questions

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Call to Artists- Save the Date for Artastic!

Accepting Waitlist Applications

Do we have any artists, makers, or crafters in our community? We would love to have you join our holiday market. Every year we transform our gym into a festive market bustling with vendors and shoppers. You don’t want to miss it!!! Please email

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Get Your RSVP in now! "This Is Not Who We Are" Sept 29! Middle Schoolers Welcome!

Ever wonder how to talk to your middle schooler about race?  This movie is the opener!
Some of the hallmarks of our program are equity, diversity and belonging.  To that end, we invite you to this amazing movie, produced in part by Horizons alumni and now being offered throughout the country.  We are lucky enough to have a private showing for our community, offered free of charge.
This movie, This Is Not Who You Are, may very well take you on a deep dive into what we see, what we don’t see and how racism affects all of us. We urge you to come and feel free to invite a guest(s).
Middle Schoolers are invited to attend and participate.
Bonus: childcare will be offered.
Sept 29 at 6 PM
Here is the link to RSVP.  Thank you so much.
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Pizza Friday Needs Your Help!

We need volunteers to help serve pizza on fridays!!
It is a great way to be social and helpful. It is an hour or so commitment and we need your help to keep this offering going. Thank you so much!!
Please RSVP

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Looking for Class Liaisons for Rachel's 5/6 & Teran's 7/8

Looking for Class Liaisons for Rachel’s 5/6 & Teran’s 7/8 

Please email if you can help out.

Liaisons ~ Liaisons are at the hub of communication with the families, teacher, and community for your specific Class.

Liaison’s meet, the last Wednesday of the month for an hour, as a group to discuss community events and discuss any questions or needs that have arisen with their class. We like to have 2 people per class to work as co-liaisons so they can work together to ensure coverage at meetings, prompt communication and to share the responsibilities as needed. Ideally there would be one from each grade level in the class. (i.e. in a 1/2 class 1 person would be a 2nd grade parent the other a 1st grade parent) but this is not a strict rule.

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5/6 Outdoor Ed Adventures!

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The Yearbook Committee is Looking For Volunteers

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Save the Date: Parenting in a Post Pandemic World

SAVE THE DATE: “Parenting in a Post Pandemic World” presented by Jenn Wert

    • Horizons Community Group will host our 1st Evening Speaker Monday October, 10th 6-8pm

    • This will be a Hybrid Event

      • In Person: Horizons HUB and Via Zoom
    • Keep watching Skylines for additional Details and RSVP link

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