Elementary Home Learning

Dear BVSD Families,

We are living in unprecedented times. With so much uncertainty in our daily lives, we are well aware of the importance of feeling connected to one another.  In fact, we believe that a strong connection to your school community is vital to helping our children feel safe and reassured.

We encourage all members of the family to be involved in the learning process and understand that many families are rearranging their new normal to accommodate jobs and work schedules that have also shifted.  During this transition to home learning, please connect with us if you or your child/ren are experiencing difficulties. You will continue to have access to counselors, support professionals, teachers, and administration.

Take Care of Yourself and Your Family

  • We know each family is unique and may be presented with difficult issues. Your teachers and principals have the latitude to make good decisions for your families well being.

Social and Emotional Resources

Happy, Healthy and safe

Special Education

Someone once said “unique times call for unique measures,” which is the sentiment that describes addressing special education and related services during school closures. During this unexpected and unprecedented time, our partnership between home and school becomes increasingly important.  On March 18, Governor Polis issued an executive order directing school districts to suspend in-person learning in public and private schools across the state through April 17, 2020. In order for home instruction to work schools and families must stay in close communication in the coming days and weeks.  Updates on COVID-19 from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and recommendations from the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) change rapidly, and will undoubtedly result in adjustments to our plans and procedures, so please stay tuned as things continue to evolve. Currently, our plans for addressing services, evaluations and IEP meetings with your child during home learning are as follows:

As questions pop up, or you find you need support to utilize the technology mentioned above, please reach out to your child’s special education provider or case manager for assistance.

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