The Boulder Valley School District and its partners in law enforcement take threats to schools and tips of suspicious activity extremely seriously. All tips and threats are thoroughly investigated along with law enforcement, as required to protect our community and students.
4.6 million American children live in homes with guns that are both loaded and unlocked. As a result, firearms are the leading cause of death for American children and teens. Through a few simple steps, we can keep our kids safe.
This fall, BVSD voters will cast ballots on a $350 million bond-funded school building investment program that will create flexible, industry-inspired learning environments at secondary schools to give students the skills and experience they need to confidently transition into today’s dynamic worlds of work or college.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness month, and one way BVSD is helping to support our student’s emotional health is through Sources of Strength. This month, BVSD held its annual training for students to help them recognize their own strengths, and build coping strategies and support networks via BVSD’s ‘Sources of Strength’ program trainings.
Monarch High students, staff and families have been living in challenging times. The school serves the most impacted families in the district (200+) affected by the devastating Marshall Fire in December, which came within feet of the school and burned hundreds of homes just across the street. Like many in our BVSD community, the effects from the stress of living through the pandemic and the impacts of the fires have spotlighted the need to focus on student wellness.
Congratulations to Superior Elementary School which has been designated an Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Secretary of Education.. Superior is one of 297 schools in the nation and one of four schools from Colorado to be recognized in 2022.
Safety is the top priority in the Boulder Valley School District. In our continuing effort to keep you updated regarding safety situations, which may impact our schools – we want to let you know about a series of bogus threats that have happened at Colorado school districts today.
While none have yet happened this week in Boulder Valley School District, unfortunately, law enforcement is confirming at least three cases of “Swatting” at schools in Denver, Colorado Springs and Alamosa.
The recent release of state testing scores and the related School Performance Frameworks are early indicators that Boulder Valley School District’s All Together for All Students Strategic Plan is having a significant impact.
On Wednesday, September 14,, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of over 16,000 Semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Twenty-five of them were from the Boulder Valley School District.
This morning the Boulder County Sheriff's Office provided a brief update regarding the ongoing investigation into threats made by an adult community member in Superior. They are clarifying that law enforcement acted on a tip from a credible source, but are still in the process of determining whether the threats made by the individual are credible. This is an important differentiation and we apologize for the misstatement.