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Open Enrollment Tours:  November 3rd 9-10 am, November 17th 9-10 am, December 8th 9-10 am

Open House: December 15th 5-6 pm

To learn more about Open Enrollment policies, please look here.

The dates for applying through the Open Enrollment process are Nov 1, 2022 to Jan 5, 2023 at 4:00 pm sharp. Any applications submitted after the on-time deadline (beginning on January 5, 2022 at 4:01 pm MST) through August 31, 2022 (4:00 pm MST) are considered late applications where no preferences are applied (such as previously attended a school, sibling attends or child of a BVSD employee) and applicants are added to any existing waitlist(s) at the selected school(s)/grade based on the date/time submitted. 

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Sick kid with parent

About this time of year, every year, BVSD’s school nurses see an increase in sickness – prompting them to remind all of us to stay home when we are sick, wash our hands, and cover our mouths when we sneeze or cough. 

This year they say the situation is being complicated by an early increase of RSV and higher than normal hospitalizations and new COVID variants.

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Bilingual and Proud logo

The Boulder Valley School District has long valued bilingualism, understanding the benefits that it provides to both our students and the community at large. With over 4,000 bilingual students in the district, BVSD is one of the few school districts in Colorado to operate dual-language schools (Boulder’s University Hill Elementary and Lafayette’s Pioneer Elementary) where students take classes in both English and Spanish, with a goal of completing elementary bilingual and biliterate — able to read, write and speak in both languages.

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Overnight New Vista High School is filled with fright

Built in the 1950s, the building where New Vista High School currently resides is filled with plenty of horrors. The BVSD Critical Needs Plan documents a list of concerns caused by the substantial deterioration of the building’s condition. While a lot of updates are needed for the old facility that was once Baseline Middle School, from cracks in the foundation, which pose a risk to the school’s structural integrity, to a roof that leaks profusely during heavy downpours – there is one concern that was left out of the report.

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