In the hours immediately following the shooting at the King Soopers store on Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, the Boulder Valley School District’s Trauma Response team was already mobilizing, knowing that they would be needed to counsel and console the victims of the incomprehensible act of violence
“School nurses have been the guiding light for their school through all of the recommendations and all of those requirements,” shares Stephanie Faren, BVSD Director of Health Services.
On a recent Spring Saturday, students from Alicia Sanchez Elementary took turns packing dirt around newly installed wildlife displays in the open space just outside of their school, while across the way, Centaurus High School students were laboring to build new trails between the elementary school and the surrounding neighborhood.
While many may think that being in the midst of a pandemic would slow down the work of the Strategic Plan, many key initiatives have actually been sped up so they can launch in Fall 2021 to help support the needs of students after this unexpected year
We know our community is hurting deeply right now. While we continue to mourn the tragedy that occurred last week, we, reluctantly, feel compelled to address another difficult topic with our families – sexual violence.