By registering students for their neighborhood school now, schools can better prepare for the kids who are coming and students will have the opportunity to participate in activities that will help prepare them to make the transition into the outstanding full-day programming all BVSD schools now offer.
January is School Board Appreciation Month – a great time to learn about the important role the Board of Education plays in the Boulder Valley School District and to thank them for their dedication to our district.
Here are five things you need to know about BVSD’s Board of Education.
From the moment that Boulder Valley School District bus drivers arrive at work, until the end of their day – safety is the focus. Learn about some new protocols that BVSD Transportation is implementing to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all students, but especially our youngest riders.
Every afternoon, after a full day of fixing buses, Boulder Valley School District mechanic Andrew Thompson drops whatever he is doing and gets behind the wheel of a BVSD bus. He is one of dozens of Transportation department employees who are currently pulling double duty – working overtime to help fill the gap caused by a statewide bus driver shortage.
In January, veteran Boulder Valley School District bus driver Jim Neville was honored by the Boulder Police Department for helping to locate a five-year-old girl who was lost while walking home on a very cold and snowy October day.
Boulder Valley School District encourages all students to register, or pre-register, to vote. Help us get the word out to our students. Here is some great information from Boulder County.
Every year, nearly 40% of the food produced in the US is wasted. Unfortunately, school cafeterias are also not immune to food waste, which is why BVSD Food Services decided to use technology and partnerships with like-minded organizations to reduce waste in BVSD cafeterias.
Walk into Alicia Sanchez Elementary after school ends and you wouldn’t see kids just sitting and talking or doing their homework. Instead, you will see students doing STEAM projects, dance, soccer, art, and nature study in the Dragon Discovery Afterschool program.