As we prepare to head off for Winter Break, I want to provide you with information about what you can expect in January, as Boulder Valley School District students not only return to class on Tuesday, January 5*, but back to in-person learning.
Announcements & Calendar
Tonight, during our Board of Education meeting it was announced that the Boulder Valley School District will move to remote learning, starting next week.
As you likely have heard by now, Boulder and Broomfield counties have moved to a more restrictive level on the State of Colorado’s COVID-19 Dial. As of today, Friday, November 6, they are both in Safer at Home: Level Orange - High Risk.
This week we welcomed back the last wave of students for in-person learning. It has been great to see students back in our buildings, getting direct support from their teachers, interacting with their friends, and simply being kids again. We are, however, tracking some concerning data when it comes to COVID-19 cases in our community and state.
Tonight, during a special meeting of the Board of Education, we updated our reintroduction plans. All students will now have the opportunity to return to in-person learning before the end of this month
2020-21 School Year
2020-21 Parent-Teacher Calendar(English)
2020-21 Parent-Teacher Calendar (Spanish)
2020-21 Academic Calendar
2020-21 Preschool Calendar (English)
2020-21 Preschool Calendar (Spanish)
2020-21 Religious Holidays
2020-21 Elementary ABC Rotation Calendar
2021-22 School Year
2022-2023 School Year
Wednesday’s events at the U.S. Capitol were unprecedented and unsettling. While we are glad that order has been restored and our democratic processes were able to continue overnight, the imagery of a mob breaching security and taking control of the home of our national legislature is frightening to many adults, and no doubt to our children.
When people ask Chris Urbina, Boulder and Broomfield counties’ public health medical officer, the best way to stay safe during the pandemic, he always shares the same list of tried and true virus prevention tips.
As we prepare for the return of students to the Boulder Valley School District in January, our partners in public health say the data and research shows that schools are one of the safest places for our students and staff to be during the pandemic, because it is one of the few places in our community where a layered approach to health precautions is being implemented with fidelity on a daily basis