Boulder Valley School District


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students eating lunch

Meals will be provided to all kids aged 18 and under without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be available June 3-June 27th, 2024, Monday-Thursday at the following locations. (Closed for holiday June 19th.)

Drugs and syringe in stock photo

Unfortunately, drugs are available in our community and from time-to-time find their way into the hands of our students. With the continued prevalence of vaping and pill sharing, students may not know what is in the substances they take, until it is too late.

Zero fare image

The RTD’s Zero Fare for Youth pilot program will run through the summer until August 31, 2024. This means students can continue to enjoy free rides on all RTD services, including buses and trains, throughout the summer break. If you are heading out of town, keep in mind that service to DIA is also included.

Staff on playground

Ask nearly any elementary student what their favorite part of the school day is and you are likely to hear a resounding, “RECESS!” This welcome break in the school day brings a chance to get outside, play, socialize, and recharge. However, for students with physical, emotional or cognitive disabilities, play equipment options can be limited and hard to get to.

New Vista construction

Across BVSD, crews are getting ready to start construction on renovation projects as soon as students and teachers leave for summer break later this month. This summer will be the first major construction season of the current Building for Student Success bond-funded construction program approved by voters in November 2022. The BVSD Bond team has approximately $42M of construction work planned from April through September, with another $28M in design work occurring simultaneously. 

Class of 2023

The Boulder Valley School District shares excitement and pride with the Class of 2024 and its many accomplishments. As graduation season begins, we are pleased to share the names of students who have been selected or are finalists for outstanding academic honors in our district.

Supporting Caregivers

This summer, BVSD is offering a series of free workshops for parents and caregivers to increase your resources and skills for navigating challenging times. Each workshop provides experiential practice opportunities to support well-being, communication, and connection.

picture of Amela Aljkanović

Amela Aljkanović, Conference Center Technician for the Education Center has been an integral part of the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) for over a decade. The Ed Center serves as the central hub for training sessions and meetings for staff, district leadership, the board of education, and sometimes external clients. Aljkanović makes a world of difference to BVSD, ensuring that events and meetings at the Ed Center run smoothly and efficiently, and contributing to the district’s overall success and sense of community.

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