Boulder Valley School District

Help Center gets underway, offers assistance with enrollment, free and reduced lunch applications and more

Parents gather at Arapahoe Ridge High School for 2019 Help Center.
Randy Barber

The BVSD Help Center, which aims to offer a warm welcome to our families every school year, opened its doors on Wednesday, August 7. Immediately, it was bustling with activity.

This year, the Help Center, which is open to new and existing parents and guardians, stretches over a week and includes options on a Saturday and weeknights for working families. 

A lot of the focus is supporting those that do not have the technology needed to complete back-to-school tasks. While here, parents and guardians can get help with a variety of issues from enrollment and setting up parent portal accounts in Infinite Campus to filling out the Annual Data Update and applications for free and reduced price lunches.


BVSD Help Center

Arapahoe Ridge High School Cafeteria
6600 East Arapahoe Road, Boulder

August 7, 8, 9 & 10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
August 12 & 13 from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Computers will be available to use and professionals will be there to help. Please bring proof of your address if your family has recently moved and a birth certificate or passport if you are enrolling a new-to-BVSD student. Acceptable proof of address may be a renter’s lease agreement or a recent utility bill (gas, electric, water, trash, home phone, cable or internet) which shows your name, the service address and dates of service.

The Help Center is free and open to all!

No appointments necessary


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