In looking back on 2020, COVID-19 stands out for many. In the face of sorrow and difficulty, Buffs came together, worked to protect our herd and helped curb the coronavirus through research and community resources. Prior to and during the pandemic, there have been moments of growth, greatness and celebration as well.
Click the link below to reflect back on 2020 at CU Boulder ⬇
“All Cultures One Voice” presents the 16th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Vi…
“All Cultures One Voice” presents the 16th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Virtual Program “Why We Can’t Wait” on Monday, Jan. 18, from 10 a.m. to noon. Celebrate Dr. King’s message of love and unity for all at this community celebration and special presentation of the life and legacy of Dr. King.
Last January, Heatherwood Elementary 3rd graders and their teachers, Sara Runyon…
Last January, Heatherwood Elementary 3rd graders and their teachers, Sara Runyon and Stephanie Tschoepe, in partnership with Growing Up Boulder and the City of Boulder Colorado Government, embarked in aproject-based learning unit entitled Redesigning Gunbarrel. Students studied their community and assessed how it could be improved. They were unable to present these findings to Council due to the pandemic. Generously, Growing Up Boulder put together this brief project report last fall for these now 4th graders! BVSD is thankful for the community collaboration that went into this project! #BVSDProud
Great news! BVSD SPED Para at Centaurus High School, DeJonee Iarussi, is the re…
Great news! BVSD SPED Para at Centaurus High School, DeJonee Iarussi, is the recipient of a $2500 Resiliency Grant from Western Governors University. DeJonee has been taking classes there to further hereducation and was surprised by Principal Dan Ryan and her colleagues with this fantastic news.
WGU has been working with BVSD on the Work Study Program and other initiatives to support teacher development within the district. They want to help people to continue to pursue their dreams and reach their educational goals. The WGU Resiliency Grant assists students with the unforeseen financial struggles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. This grant offers new students up to $2,500 that can be used for tuition, fees, and instructional materials to allow them to continue their course of study.
Congratulations DeJonee (top left of the picture below)!! #BVSDProud
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