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The Louisville Historical Museum and Louisville History Foundation were featured…
The Louisville Historical Museum and Louisville History Foundation were featured in a recent Daily Camera article about their efforts to restore the Blue Parrot.
"The Louisville Historical Museum is having one of the stained-glass windows of the now-closed Blue Parrot restaurant restored for preservation after the window was damaged during the building’s remodel to the Mexican restaurant Verde. As part of its collection, the museum plans to display the stained glass in the front window of its building once restoration is complete. Before permanently closing in January 2017, the Blue Parrot served not only as a well-known restaurant, but as an icon for the town of Louisville. In business for almost a century, the Italian restaurant attracted crowds of diners with homemade pasta and sauce."
Read the full article >> http://ow.ly/q9QM50BAEEi
Tune in now for our next Let's Talk Education episode. We will have distric…
Tune in now for our next Let's Talk Education episode. We will have district leaders answering questions around the Phase 2+ Plan for returning students to the classroom. Join us on Comcast Channel 22 or live stream at bvsd.org/bv22.
You can submit questions on this form or in the comments below.:https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSfbEH1kYhX15X…/viewform
Reintroduction Update September 23
Last night, during our Board of Education meeting we had several important updates to share.
Our Working Advisory Group has finished their efforts and we heard their recommendations for safely returning Boulder Valley School District students to in-person learning this fall, in Phase 2+.
Additionally, we also heard from Boulder County Public Health regarding the developing situation at the University of Colorado Boulder, the COVID-19 indicators that they are monitoring, and their recommendation that we cautiously move forward given the current data and efforts being taken by the university.
As a result, Boulder Valley School District is continuing to move forward, cautiously, with its staggered and differentiated plan to return students to the classroom – beginning next Tuesday, September 29, with the groups listed in the chart below – but working towards including all BVSD students in coming weeks.
Boulder Valley School District is continuing to move forward, cautiously, with its staggered and differentiated plan to return students to the classroom – beginning next Tuesday, September 29, with the groups listed in the chart below – but working towards including all BVSD students in coming w…
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