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Broomfield High School

Broomfield High School is a school within the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD). Located in Broomfield, Colorado, this tuition-free co-educational public school serves approximately 1,570 diverse students in grades 9-12. 

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The challenge for schools today is to meet the needs of students for tomorrow – to ready our youth for living and working beyond high school in a world that will be different from both the present and past.

We believe the high school experience is a vital, transitional stage in students’ lives as they move from adolescence into adulthood. During this time, skills, attitudes, and aspirations for life are forming. Our mission at Broomfield High School is to further develop the intellectual, vocational, creative, aesthetic, and physical capabilities of our students. Our commitment is to: provide the best possible learning opportunities for students; help students develop the knowledge, skills, and responsibility needed for a changing world beyond the high school years; and assist students in their emotional and social growth. We believe that a quality staff is the key to providing quality education. We are dedicated to the development of professional and personal skills of all of our staff members. We encourage the cooperation and involvement of parents and other community members in our educational process

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Get to know Board President Nicole Rajpal

BVSD Board of Education President Nicole Rajpal has been actively involved in the school district since her children were BVSD kindergarten students. Now her kids are in middle and high school and over that time Rajpal’s positive impact on the students and staff experience in BVSD continues to grow.

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BVSD hosts Colorado Department of Education, fellow educators to share approaches supporting new migrant students

On February 1, Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) hosted a group of leaders from the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) and nearly 60 educators from 19 other school districts in the state to discuss practices and approaches for supporting newcomer students.

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Our People are Our Strength: Staff Profile Wanda Vasquez Garcia

Wanda Vasquez Garcia has been  a music teacher at Escuela Bilingüe Pioneer for the past five years, but her love for music began at a very young age. Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, her father, a librarian for the National Symphony Orchestra in the Dominican Republic, played a crucial role in her musical upbringing, opening doors to opportunities that she might not have otherwise encountered. Bilingualism and her multicultural background serve her well in her role as the music teacher at a dual language school. Now, her mission is to extend those possibilities to her students, helping them grow and learn through music.

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Get to know Board Member Jorge Chavez

Jorge Chavez was recently elected to the BVSD Board of Education in December 2023. He brings a unique blend of expertise in sociology and criminology to his role. Currently serving as an associate professor at CU Denver's School of Education and Human Development, Chavez's academic focus on social issues seamlessly aligns with his responsibilities on the School Board.

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Gold Hill Elementary students publish “Happy, Healthy Habitats” book

This past fall, Johanna Morrison’s classroom at Gold Hill Elementary school buzzed with excitement as a dedicated class of young naturalists delved into studying the intricacies of water-edge ecosystems, called riparian zones. As an exciting extension of their studies, Morrison’s students embarked on a creative writing and art project, resulting in the publication of a book titled "Healthy, Happy Habitats" for which each student created their own story and picture to add to the book.

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Our People are Our Strength: Staff Profile Nevin McKay Epp

Nevin McKay Epp, an IT Service Desk Technician at  BVSD, stands out for his technical skills and dedication to connecting with and empowering users. Born in Ecuador, he attended elementary school in Colorado at BVSD’s own Escuela Bilingue Pioneer, where he eventually returned and worked as the registrar. Described by his colleagues as "fully bilingual and fully enthusiastic", his diverse experiences have shaped his approach to IT support.

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Leadership Profile: BVSD’s commitment to ‘doing the right thing’ enticed him to lead the bond team

Before coming to work at the Boulder Valley School District, as the executive director of Bond Planning & Construction, BVSD left quite an impression on Kris Stoppenhagen. “Boulder Valley School District was really my favorite client,” Stoppenhagen said. 

As a project manager with RLH Engineering, Stoppenhagen worked with a lot of local school districts including Jeffco Public Schools, Eaton School District, Weld RE-4 in Windsor and Thompson School District.  Through different projects, BVSD always stood out to him. 

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Bond investment leads to cutting-edge career acceleration at BVSD

As part of BVSD’s efforts to expand Career and Technical Education offerings and support student success, the Bond-funded Building for Student Success building renovation program passed by voters in 2022 will expand and update Accelerate centers at middle and high schools throughout the district and the central career acceleration center at the Arapahoe Campus in Boulder.

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New digital tool provides a snapshot of BVSD’s sustainability efforts to spur action and learning

This past fall, BVSD’s Office of Sustainability introduced the Sustainability Snapshot, a new tool for tracking and viewing data related to the district’s sustainability efforts. The digital dashboard shows what sustainability efforts are happening at schools across the district, along with the utility use for each school, and how each school compares to other BVSD schools. 

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BVSD students can now earn an associate degree while enrolled in high school, tuition-free

High school students in the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) can now earn an associate degree from Front Range Community College (FRCC) while enrolled in high school, tuition-free. This option is now available as a pathway for all BVSD high school students, including those enrolled through Boulder Universal, BVSD’s online K-12 school, with course  offerings varying campus to campus.

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Meet the New BVSD Board of Education

Recently elected Board of Education members were sworn in during a special meeting on Dec. 5. In District C, Alex Medler replaced Kathy Gebhardt. In District A, Jason Unger replaced Lisa Sweeney-Miran. In District D, Lalenia Quinlan Aweida replaced Stacey Zis. In District G, Jorge Chávez replaced Richard Garcia.

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Attend a review session of the BVSD Strategic Plan

We would like to welcome BVSD families to participate a review of the Strategic Plan, as your feedback on the progress of our strategic plan is invaluable. The focus group will take place on January 11, 2024 from 5:30-7:00 p.m

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Peak to Peak student nonprofit supports the elderly and disabled with tech literacy

Emory Vazquez, a junior at Peak to Peak Charter School, is the founder of a student-led nonprofit Connect Digital Inclusion Labs (Connect). His nonprofit offers technology support and training for varying ages, but focuses on elderly and disabled individuals. The students that volunteer for the nonprofit teach internet skills, social media skills, security help on how to protect your information, neurodiverse tech help, and bilingual tech help with some Spanish-speaking volunteers. All of their services are completely free.

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Read Mrs. Ramsey's post for information regarding schedules for the 2023-2024 school year.