Welcome Back to School, BVSD! Every new school year is filled with opportunity. I am exceptionally excited to not only welcome students and staff back to class this fall, but to see what they accomplish during the 2022-2023 school year.
Whether you are new to the district or starting a new year, visit this page for important things you need to know to start the school year.
Prior to the start of school, make sure you have set up your Infinite Campus (IC) Parent Portal and completed the Annual Data Update (ADU). The ADU allows you to review the data we currently have for your student(s) and household and your IC account will contain important information regarding your student's grades, attendance, schedule, and allow you to submit your lunch application and opt-in to transportation, etc.
Get ready for lunch!
The free meal program for all students will not extend into the 2022-23 school year. If your student plans to eat at school, there are important changes to be aware of. See info on free meals ending and how to set up your child's meal payment account.
Welcome back BVSD families! We are excited to welcome our students and are hopeful to start this school year with a more typical health outlook.
Although there continues to be COVID-19 infections in our communities, due to the protective factors of vaccination (BVSD COVID vaccine data) and prior infections, the majority of individuals are not experiencing severe illness or hospitalization. And, as we begin the transition from pandemic COVID to more routine communicable disease control methods, how we handle COVID-19 in school will change too.
The free meal program for all students will not be extended into the 2022-23 school year. If your child ever eats a school meal, there are important changes to be aware of. Please see important info on free meals ending and how to set up your child's meal payment account.
Despite efforts on the national and state levels, the pandemic Free Meal program for all students will not be extended this school year. We strongly encourage families to apply to see if students in their households can qualify. The application must be filled out every school year.
The Boulder Valley School District Board of Education voted on Tuesday, June 7 to change its 2022-23 Academic Calendar. Please Note: Spring Break will be shifting a week later next school year (22-23), to align Boulder Valley School District’s calendar to the University of Colorado Boulder.
The Boulder Valley School District celebrated three teams with new awards during the Impact on Education Awards ceremony on May 24.
A year after the tragedy at the King Soopers in Table Mesa, we are once again mourning today. This time, it is for at least 19 students and two teachers who needlessly lost their lives in a mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas, just two days before the end of their school year.
BVSD is offering a help center for parents needing assistance setting-up parent portal accounts, completing annual data updates, and submitting applications for free-and-reduced-price lunches.
This year the Help Center will be held August 11, 12, 13 & 15 - 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and August 16 - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the BVSD Education Center (southwest side of the building).
The Help Center is free and open to all! No appointments are necessary.
If you are enrolling a new-to-BVSD student, please bring a birth certificate or passport and proof of address. If your family has recently moved, you'll also need proof of your current address. Acceptable proof of address may be a renter’s lease agreement or a recent utility bill dated within the last three months with name, service address, and dates of service.
Where students learn matters. In order for students to learn, they need environments that are safe, functional, and comfortable. Additionally, it takes consistent maintenance to ensure taxpayer-funded facilities are ready for students and staff and everything they accomplish on a daily basis.
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.
All students benefit from challenging and relevant educational opportunities
Reduce disparities in achievement
Every student graduates empowered with the skills necessary for post-graduate success