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COVID-19 Resources

Boulder County Board of Health recently rescinded its public health orders, which had required face coverings in indoor locations, including schools. Masks are no longer required in BVSD schools and facilities.

Marshall Fire Resources

Standing Together BVSD

The Marshall Fire was the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, destroying 1,000 homes and displacing hundreds of BVSD families. We know that recovery will take years and we are committed to supporting our families and staff for as long as it takes.

Marshall Fire Information and Resources

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The health precautions we have in place in BVSD are the same recommendations that the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and our local public health agencies continue to stress: stay home when sick, test for COVID if symptomatic, vaccinate and isolate if you’ve tested positive.  

Facilities Team Keeps BVSD Going

BVSD’s Facilities staff are organized into teams by area of expertise/responsibility: Buildings (managing building maintenance), HVAC (responsible for clean air and comfortable temperatures), Trades (plumbing, electrical, and life safety systems), Grounds (everything outside - landscaping, playgrounds, snow and ice removal, tracks, fields, irrigation, etc.), environmental (maintaining indoor environmental quality), and custodial (keeping it all clean and sanitized).

School Age Care Staff Provides Comfort During Chaos

The BVSD School Age Care (SAC) staff has always provided a safe gathering place before and after school where children can learn, grow and laugh before and after the school bell. Over the last two years, the Coal Creek Elementary SAC site has become a haven of relative normalcy amidst the pandemic and the Marshall wildfire for students and parents alike.

Special Ed Sanchez

A trip to Thailand after college changed Dixie Hoffman’s life forever. She thought that traveling there to teach English at a small elementary school was just a way for her to see the world. Little did she know, she would fall in love with teaching.

24/7: Safety doesn’t stop at BVSD

Weekends, evenings, holidays and even through a pandemic, the BVSD security team is on duty. Their work may not always be visible, but it is always happening behind the scenes ensuring the safety of students, staff and our BVSD communities. 

All Together for All Students Strategic Plan

All Together for All Students

The Boulder Valley School District has developed a new Strategic Plan. This ambitious, exciting and comprehensive effort will guide BVSD for the next five years and aims at bringing everyone together to meet the needs of all students.

Ignite

All students benefit from challenging and relevant educational opportunities

Equip

Reduce disparities in achievement

Soar

Every student graduates empowered with the skills necessary for post-graduate success

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