Breakfast at Horizons

Breakfast at Horizons

Breakfast begins on Monday, 1/13!

Your regular lunch money account will cover this purchase. This is not a sit-down breakfast but more of a grab and go, get-a-snack purchase. 

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Check Mate

Kudos to our student Sam Martin for initiating our after school chess club. 16 students showed up for the first club and had a great time.  If you would like to learn (all levels welcome) we meet Wednesday after school in Ryan’s room for one hour.

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Vaping Presentation

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Lost needs to be Found

Our Lost & Found is overflowing with treasures (all unlabeled).  Please take a look and claim your student’s items.  Contents will be donated on Wed, Jan 15.

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Welcome Hilary!

We are so excited and happy to welcome Hilary Merina to the Horizons staff as our Payroll Tech.

Originally from Redondo Beach, California, Hilary spent 9 years as a Financial Analyst at Harvard’s teaching hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. She earned an economics degree from Colorado College and knew, at some point, the incredible mountains would draw her back. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family, exploring the outdoors, and trying to keep up with her three growing kids.
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Agenda - Horizons Board of Directors January 9, 2020

Board Agenda
January 9. 2020

6 PM
Welcome & Invitation for Public Comment
Approval of Agenda
Approval of Minutes 12/12/19
620 PM
Head of School Report
Discussion: Decision-Making Matrix
Principal Evaluation/Hiring Committee
Finance Review
Development Committee
Charter Renewal
Mill Levy Override
Date Change: May Board Meeting
720 PM
Process Observer

Board meetings are open meetings; all interested parties are invited to attend.

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PEN Events

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Register Now for PEN’s January

Parent Education Presentations!

Nurturing Healthy Relationships- This Thursday!

Thursday January 9th | 6:30-8:00pm

Monarch High School Library 

Presenter: Abbie Fagerwick, SPAN

 

Do you want to get more comfortable talking to your kids about dating? Do you want to protect them from getting into an unhealthy relationship? Join SPAN’s Prevention Educator Abbie Fagerwick to learn what is being presented at your kid’s school, resources if things are going wrong, and how to better empower your kids to develop healthy relationships.

Building Relationship Capital:

Investing with 1-1 Time and Positive Reflection

Tuesday January 14th | 6:30-8:00pm

Manhattan Middle School  

Presenter: Brooks Witter, MA, LPC

 

This presentation will provide parents with some concrete tips, techniques and skills for building a strong resilient relationship with their kids. This can be particularly challenging during the teen years when kids are pushing against parents in their natural developmental search for autonomy, personal values and peer affiliations. While parents step back from the illusion that we have control of our kids, building relationship capital helps parents maintain positive influence with their developing teen.

Other Upcoming January PEN Events

PEN’s Stress and Anxiety Symposium- Less than a Month Away!

Saturday Jan 25th & Sunday Jan 26th

8:00am-4:00pm

Arapahoe Ridge High School | 6600 Arapahoe Rd, Boulder

 

Join us for a weekend filled with:

  • Over 50 workshops to help you manage stress and anxiety
  • 2 nationally known keynote speakers
  • Activities & resource tables
  • Presentaciones en Español
  • Interpretation, CEU’s, childcare and lunch

 

View Saturday and Sunday Schedules Here

Download English Flyer Here

Descarga el Folleto en Español Aquí
Cost:

Adults: $125 Both Days | $75/Day | $50 Half Day

Youth: $75 Both Days | $50/Day | $25 Half Day

BEST DEAL – BOTH DAYS!

 

Visit Registration Page for Workshop Descriptions

Other Upcoming Community Events

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Sunday January 12th | 10:50am-12:00pm

Atonement Lutheran Church | 685 Inca Parkway, Boulder

The Mental Health Ministries Team at Atonement Lutheran Church will offer an education program about ACEs led by Lindsey Breslin. She will define what ACEs are, share some research and mental health outcomes for people who have experienced adverse childhood experiences and will share tips for hot to prevent them in the community.

Contact Alan Johnson for more info

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Volunteers needed for School Accountability Committee

Horizons is in need of 2-3 parent volunteers to join faculty on our School Accountability Committee. The SAC is responsible for analyzing school-wide data and making recommendations for school improvement.  The time commitment is approximately two hours a month.

If you are interested or if you would like more information please email lucas.ketzer@bvsd.org

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See you on January 7!

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Sounds of the Season

Thank you lovely choir for regaling us with the sounds of the season.

And other music happenings that we celebrate!

 

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