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BVSD is now able to serve free meals to any family with a child 18 years and younger; as young as an infant. Families do not need to be enrolled in BVSD to receive this food, and no paperwork / ID is required.
Thursday, September 17th and 24th "How to Foster your Child's Healthy Sexual Development"
Thursday, November 5th - "Becoming an Anti-Racist Family"
Boulder Valley School District will begin the school year on Wednesday, August 26 in Phase 1: Home Learning. For more information, please visit the BVSD Back Together Website.
Over the past few weeks, a team of BVSD bus drivers has installed 2-D “pop-up” traffic gardens on playgrounds and basketball courts at BVSD schools.
Tonight, ahead of schedule, the Working Advisory Group presented some of their recommendations to the Board of Education. We have decided to move forward with the following proposals, which will move us to Phase 2+ – Limited In-Person Learning, starting this month for select groups of students, including the return of K-2 students to class on Tuesday, September 29
Walking around the halls of many BVSD schools, it is immediately clear that this is not a typical start to the school year. While the lights are on and teachers are back in the building, in most cases you won’t see a student in the hallways, at least yet. They are, of course, there – virtually.
The 34 member Working Advisory Group, made up of teachers, school principals, district administrators and parents was charged with exploring ways to safely return students to in-person learning as soon as possible. They’ve taken that mission to heart. Working at a feverish pace, the group is already ready to make a handful of recommendations, backed by the Boulder Valley Education Association, to the Board of Education on Tuesday, nearly a month ahead of schedule.