Home Learning

  1. Questions about academics?
    • Start with your teacher
    • If you need further help, reach out to your principal. 
  2. IT trouble?
    • Visit bvsd.org/ithelp for tips
    • Contact the IT Service Desk at 720-561-HELP
  3. Need emotional/counseling support?
    •  Reach out to your school counselor
    • If you or someone in your family is experiencing a crisis please call Colorado Crisis Services at: 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text Text “TALK” to 38255 for free confidential support 24/7
  4. Questions about health issues?
  5. If you have a need that your school cannot address, please contact the Family Help Line at 720-770-0102 and leave a message with your full name and what you need assistance with. A bilingual member of our Equity & Partnerships team will return your call promptly.
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El primer episodio se enfocó en el aprendizaje en casa durante la pandemia del coronavirus. Incluyó una conversación con nuestra invitada especial Robbyn Fernandez, la superintendente del área este del BVSD. El director del Departamento de Equidad y Colaboración con las familias, Ari Gerzon-Kessler, junto con un panel diverso de educadores, ofreció detalles sobre cómo recibir ayuda académica, socioemocional, distribución de comida y tecnología para nuestras familias.

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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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