It is very important to complete an Application for Free & Reduced Meals for this upcoming school year. BVSD is proud to be able to continue offering free meals to all students, thanks to a waiver granted by the USDA. We also want to let families know that school meal applications are good for more than just free meals.
In alignment with the State and local health department orders, BVSD has updated its health and safety precautions for summer programming.
For over ten years, BVSD’s Food Services Department has been working hard to support children’s health by providing fresh nutritious food in schools every day. This past summer, the Food Services team took that work a step further by working to address a little-known but potentially serious threat hiding in plain sight - sesame.
A long-time dream of BVSD’s librarians is finally a reality. With a recent vote by its city council, Lafayette became the latest city in Boulder Valley to implement Student 1, ensuring that most Boulder Valley School District students will have access to age-appropriate local library databases at school, home and the library, without even having to get a library card
Students learn at their own pace and require various levels of support. Honing in on each individual student's needs is a key component of the All Together for All Students Strategic Plan. Schools throughout the district have taken the lead in creating new programs and strategies to address those students that may be struggling.
There is no doubt that bullying is and has been a worldwide problem for generations. That is why Boulder Valley School District is stepping up to do everything they can to stop bullying once and for all.
Tackling the issues around climate change and environmental sustainability can’t happen by just one person or one school. It will take our whole community working towards common goals
Boulder Valley School District broke new ground last year, becoming the first school district in Colorado to announce plans to test every kindergartner for dyslexia.
District Technical Services Librarian, Rae Ciciora, had a goal last year: to increase the diversity of characters and authors represented on Sora, the ebook library available to all staff and students (except charter schools). She wanted to ensure that all students could see themselves represented in stories at school
While it is the last thing that anyone wants to think about, a generous donation over the summer is ensuring that our schools are better prepared to respond to an act of school violence or serious accidental injury.