Boulder Valley School District

Support for Students

In the Boulder Valley School District, we strive to support all students so that they feel safe and supported on a daily basis. There are times when students require additional support.

Students during class

Supports through Schools

BVSD Schools have staff in different roles that help students with social/emotional and mental health needs. Schools also use a variety of different programs to support students. 

All School Programs and Supports

BVSD and Community Resources

It takes a village. Explore the BVSD and community resources below by these categories.

Immediate Support

In the case of a life threatening emergency, call 911.

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You can report bullying online or by using a paper form in your school office. Following your submission, the principal and designated BVSD administrator will be notified and you can expect to receive a follow-up communication.  A school leader will conduct an investigation, speaking to all parties involved. Afterward, you will receive a report on the outcome of the investigation and any next steps.

Make a bullying report.

title 9 empowering students to end sexual violence

Victims of sexual harassment are encouraged to report the incident to an adult they trust, whether it is a school counselor,  administrator, or law enforcement. Reports can be made orally or in writing. Written reports can be made using the Board's Complaint  form, or by email to TitleIX@bvsd.org. The BVSD Title IX Coordinator receives the report and follows up accordingly.

Report Sexual Violence or Harassment

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You can report bullying online or by using a paper form in your school office. Following your submission, the principal and designated BVSD administrator will be notified and you can expect to receive a follow-up communication.  A school leader will conduct an investigation, speaking to all parties involved. Afterward, you will receive a report on the outcome of the investigation and any next steps.

Make a bullying report.

  • bullying
  • hotline
title 9 empowering students to end sexual violence

Victims of sexual harassment are encouraged to report the incident to an adult they trust, whether it is a school counselor,  administrator, or law enforcement. Reports can be made orally or in writing. Written reports can be made using the Board's Complaint  form, or by email to TitleIX@bvsd.org. The BVSD Title IX Coordinator receives the report and follows up accordingly.

Report Sexual Violence or Harassment

  • Sexual violence
  • hotline
211 colorado logo

211 is a confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources across the state. No matter where you live in Colorado, you can find information about resources in yo/ur local community.

211colorado.org

Dial 2-1-1 or (866) 760-6489

  • Domestic Violence and Abuse
  • Substance Abuse
  • community resources
  • hotline
  • mental health
  • suicide
Colorado Crisis Services

Colorado Crisis Services (CCS) is available 24/7/365. Whatever you’re going through, CCS will always be here to support you.

There is no wrong reason to call.

Call 988 to reach the suicide and crisis lifeline

844-493-TALK (8255)

Text “TALK” to 38255

Any report made goes directly to this outside agency.

Learn more about Colorado Crisis Services

  • bullying
  • hotline
  • mental health
  • suicide
Judi's House for grieving children and families

No-cost organization devoted to providing research-based care to grieving children and their families.

judishouse.org

720-941-0331

 

  • Grief&Loss
Gateway domestic violence services

Gateway’s 24-hour Crisis Line can be a victim’s first step towards making others aware of their situation and getting help.  Their Crisis Line is staffed with counselors and trained volunteers.

gatewayshelter.org

303-343-1851

  • Domestic Violence and Abuse
Family Tree

Counseling, divorce and separation, parenting classes, domestic violence, supervised parenting, and support groups.

thefamilytree.org

303-462-1060

 

  • Domestic Violence and Abuse
Safehouse Denver

Free services. Domestic violence safe shelter, emergency services, counseling and advocacy center, Spanish services.

safehouse-denver.org

24-hour Crisis and Information Line: 303-318-9979

 

  • Domestic Violence and Abuse
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Mental Health Walk in Crisis Clinic
3180 Airport Rd
Boulder, CO 

303-447-1665 - Just call this number when you arrive at the clinic so they can let you in.

  • mental health
  • suicide
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The intention of the federal McKinney-Vento law and the Boulder Valley School District is to remove all barriers to enrollment, attendance, and academic success that children and youth who do not have permanent housing might face.

MCKINNEY-VENTO