The District Parent Council (DPC) provides a truly unique opportunity for the parents, staff, teachers, students and leadership of the Boulder Valley School District to exchange and share ideas and views in a professional and open setting.

All parents are invited to attend DPC meetings. Meetings are held one Wednesday night of every school month at 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the PDC of the BVSD Education Center located at 6500 East Arapahoe Road, Boulder, CO 80303. 

2016-17 Meeting Schedule

September 14
Schools Update ­- Sandy Ripplinger, Assistant Superintendent for School Leadership
* Calendar
* Late start for some middle schools
* Ideal School Day
Operational Levy ­- Leslie Stafford, Chief Operating Officer
Superintendent’s Report - Dr. Bruce Messinger, Superintendent
* School funding update
* Ballot initiative
* Hospital provider fee
Proposed Agenda Topics for 2016-17
Agenda in English
Agenda en Español
Minutes in Spanish

October 12

Graduation Requirements Update - Michele DeBerry, Executive Director for School Leadership
Parent Engagement Update - Madeleine Case, Director of Parent and Family Partnerships
* Family and School Partnership Month
Superintendent’s Report - Dr. Bruce Messinger
* School funding update
* Ballot initiative 3A
* Bond Update
Agenda in English
Agenda en Español

November 30
Technology Update - Andrew Moore and Kelly Sain
Superintendent’s Report - Dr. Bruce Messinger
* School funding update 
* Election Update
* Legislative Platform 

January 18, 2017
Superintendent’s Report - Dr. Bruce Messinger
State Assessment - Jonathan Dings and/or Brigitte Mutter
Bond Construction - Rob Price, Kiffany Lychock and Dave Eggen

February 15
Superintendent’s Report - Dr. Bruce Messinger
Student Based Resource Allocations MOU - Robbyn Fernandez and Lori Hattendorf
Summer School Update - Leslie Arnold

April 19
Superintendent’s Report - Joe Sleeper
Budget/Operational Levy Update - Leslie Stafford and Bill Sutter
Data Privacy - Andrew Moore and Melissa Barber 
Minutes in Spanish

May 17

Please join us to learn about issues that are important to our students!