|BVSD is currently developing a new vision, mission and goals.
28, 2013) Beginning tonight (5/28), the school board will take up the
formal process of studying and discussing the final drafts of the most
recent interim vision, mission, and goal statements. Vision (final draft as of 5/28)
develop our children’s greatest abilities and make possible the
discovery and pursuit of their dreams, which when fulfilled will benefit
us all. We provide a comprehensive and innovative approach to education
and graduate successful, curious life-long learners who confidently
confront the great challenges of their time.Mission (final draft as of 5/28)
mission of the Boulder Valley School District is to create challenging,
meaningful and engaging learning opportunities so that all children
thrive and are prepared for successful, civically engaged lives.Value Statements (final draft as of 5/28)
Visión de BVSD, Misión de BVSD y Declaraciones de importancia
respect the inherent value of each student and incorporate the
strengths and diversity of students, families, staff and communities.
- Societal inequities and unique learning needs will not be barriers to student success.
- We address the intellectual growth, health and physical development, and social emotional well-being of students.
- We value accountability and transparency at all levels.
Metas Provisionales del Distrito Escolar del Valle de Boulder 2013—2018
Goals 2013-18 (final draft as of 5/28)
GOAL # 1 - Boulder Valley School District will ensure that each student meets or exceeds developmentally and age appropriate expectations relative to intellectual growth, physical development and social emotional well-being.
GOAL #2 – Boulder Valley School District will partner with students, families, staff, and community members to address the unique learning needs of each student and to create meaningful and engaging opportunities for each child.
- All students will graduate from high school prepared for employment and postsecondary educational success.
- All students will reach or exceed expected levels of proficiency annually in literacy and mathematics.
students will reach or exceed age-normed levels of social, emotional and
physical development as measured at least once at the elementary,
middle and high school levels.
GOAL #3 - Boulder Valley School District will ensure that students, families, staff, and community members experience a safe and inclusive environment.
The following strategies will be used to attain these goals:
Valley School District will assess the success of each child as well as
the overall effectiveness of the school system using multiple measures.
- Boulder Valley School District will partner with parents and the
larger community to help all students enter school ready to learn and
continue to learn throughout their educational experience.
- Boulder Valley School District will attract, hire and retain outstanding professionals at all levels of the organization.
- Boulder Valley School District will provide high quality professional development.
- Boulder Valley School District will increase community involvement,
corporate partnerships, volunteer involvement, and legislative advocacy.
are the most recent "redlined" versions of each showing where staff
sought to revise both documents to incorporate the school board's most
recent comments from a public discussion during the May 14, 2013 school
Vision and Mission Statement (with changes tracked)
school board and superintendent are satisfied that they have discussed
and collaborated these drafts to the point of achieving the consensus
that they have worked six months to establish, they will consider, for
final approval at a future board meeting, the district's new mission,
vision, and goals.
Draft Interim Goals 2013-18 (with changes tracked)
school board has clearly directed that while they will ultimately set
the vision, mission, and specific goals for the future, they will expect
staff to prepare plans for each school year to achieve measurable and
accountable results in the pursuit of the district's new long-term
goals. These plans, which will begin to be developed this summer as soon
as the school board takes final action, will be publicly shared with
the board and community as they are developed and finalized.