Both Broomfield and Boulder counties are moving to Level Orange today, following last week’s announcement from Colorado Governor Jared Polis.
The City and County of Broomfield is now in “Level Orange: High Risk” as directed by Gov. Polis, and due to the community’s continued diligence to slow the spread of COVID-19.
View changes for “Level Orange:High Risk,” and more COVID-19 updates at Broomfield.org/COVID.
Stop the spread & stay out of Red by continuing to follow the 4 Ws: wear a mask, wash your hands, watch your distance, and wait on gatherings.
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
Media student captures life stories with video startup Mamabird Interviews
Areyana Proctor had a rocky home life. During the Great Recession of 2008, Areyana’s mom was laid off and lost their Denver home. Areyana, her mom and her little sister teetered between staying with familymembers and huddling in homeless shelters. Those experiences instilled in Proctor a determination to make a better life for herself. She has vowed to not waste any opportunity.
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Learn more about Areyana, how one influential high school teacher made an impact on her, and how she’s using what she learns as a CMCI student by clicking the link below.
BVSD Adds Air Purifiers to Strengthen Ventilation Efforts
As we’ve mentioned before, air purifiers are being installed in all BVSD classrooms and locations where students are together (cafeteria, libraries). This video, which was played at last night’s Board ofEducation meeting, details the incredible process it took to achieve this accomplishment.
In addition, listen to this podcast about “The Air We Breath,” by Dr. Sam Messier, BVSD Area Superintendent, who is joined by Dr. Richard Shaughnessy, a national expert on indoor air quality, Molly McLoughlin our Director of Facilities, and Enes Mesan and Lori Pinckney — BVSD employees who spent their break unpacking and installing air purifiers.
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