Boulder Valley School District is committed to keeping our school communities safe. We know that before learning is possible, our students and staff must feel secure, so we have developed measures to protect our children and to respond in the event of a threat at our schools.
It takes everyone working together to keep our students safe.
We encourage everyone to alert and vigilant. If you hear of a possible threat or see something out of the ordinary, immediately contact your school administrator, BVSD Security or local law enforcement.
Report a non-life threatening emergency such as vandalism, water line breaks or suspicious activity around a school to the Security Department at:
In the case of a life threatening emergency, call 911.
What Families Should Do
The natural instinct for parents or guardians is to come to the school during an emergency to protect their children. However, by doing so, they may endanger themselves and their children. Law enforcement and school personnel are busy responding to the situation. Your arrival or calls may distract them from their work. Please help by following the steps below.
The most important contribution you can make to your student and your own safety may be staying away from the school.
Information will be shared with families as soon as possible. Please know, in some situations, accurate information may take some time to verify and share.
Be prepared to follow instructions from the Boulder Valley School District.