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Attend an upcoming community engagement session in April 2023, offered in both Spanish and English. All Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) families are welcome to a presentation and conversation with district leadership.
BVSD is hosting two (one English/one Spanish) events for parents and guardians to engage with Superintendent Rob Anderson, other district leaders and members of the BVSD Board of Education.
The recent, frightening false reports of active shooters at schools across Colorado, including here in Boulder Valley, once again tested the systems school districts use to protect students and staff and to communicate threats with school communities. With this in mind, it is a good opportunity to review: How BVSD responds to emergencies, what families should do during an emergency, types of communication you can expect during a crisis, and who gets emergency messages.
When a break from school is on the horizon, both students and families look forward to a shake-up from everyday routines. BVSD’s Health Services department and our knowledgeable school nurses offer some tips for keeping students engaged and healthy during breaks.
A lot of magic happens in the large, nondescript shed behind Broomfield High School. While there are still weeks before the big event, on this Friday morning in March the shed is bustling, as parents work tirelessly to cut, paint and mount elements that will become large set pieces that will transport students to far-away places (although don’t ask about the theme because it is kept a secret until the big night).
Given the Broadway-like production, you’d be forgiven if you thought that the parents are pitching in to help with Broomfield High’s spring musical. The work is all for the school's legendary after prom, known as JAM (Just After Midnight).