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2023 - 2024

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Supporting Caregivers

This summer, BVSD is offering a series of free workshops for parents and caregivers to increase your resources and skills for navigating challenging times. Each workshop provides experiential practice opportunities to support well-being, communication, and connection.

Boulder High Staff Member

After 30 years, a familiar face at the front desk at Boulder High School will be retiring. Juletta Frank, the school’s receptionist and school support assistant, knows the school inside and out – in part because of her long tenure, but also because she was once a student there.

Grad plus leadership academy flyer

BVSD Rising Juniors and Seniors are invited to apply to the BVSD Grad+ Summer Leadership Academy.12 Interns will be accepted and earn a $500 stipend thanks to donations made by industry partners.

day in the life photo montage

It takes more than 4,000 employees to operate the Boulder Valley School District every day. During this BVSD Employee Appreciation Week, we set out to capture some of the stories of our dedicated and hard-working staff and employees.


A Colorado native with a passion for education and community, Beth Niznik embodies the spirit of constructive engagement and intentional governance. She brings a deep commitment to facilitating dialogue and fostering understanding, particularly in moments of conflict.

Elementary Kids with Reusable Utensils

Recently, the Eisenhower Elementary School Eco Eagles Green Team was asked to speak at the Board of Education meeting, as part of the Student Moment, an opportunity to recognize student leadership in the Boulder Valley School District. 

Representatives from the group shared the outstanding progress they’ve made in implementing sustainability practices and their efforts can serve as an exemplar for other students throughout the district.

High school students planting trees

Recently, students from Fairview High, Monarch High, and Peak to Peak K-12 along with community partners hosted a Tree Summit at Fairview High School where they shared presentations about their experiences working to create green schoolyards on their campuses. They offered insights about fundraising and more for the audience of fellow students about how to green their own schoolyards.