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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

In The News

Power Outages Due to High Wind Event

Within the last couple of hours, Xcel Energy crews have been making significant progress and power has been restored to many of our schools. 

It is a fluid situation, but as of this hour, power still has not been restored at seven schools.

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Empowering every student: The impact of co-teaching in BVSD schools

In the Boulder Valley School District, a different approach to teaching is underway in many classrooms that is reshaping how students learn and teachers teach. These classes are using co-teaching models, a collaboration that nurtures a culture of inclusivity and growth in the classroom. The co-teaching instructional model emphasizes three fundamental pillars: student inclusion, exposure to grade-level content standards for emerging bilinguals, and developing and strengthening skills, abilities, processes and resources among teachers. 

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A day in the life of BVSD’s bus drivers and aides

Boulder Valley School District bus drivers and aides play a crucial role in the school district by transporting more than 5,000 students safely each day. Their work entails a split schedule, with routes operating before and after school hours. But what exactly do they do during the hours in between? Here's a glimpse into their day.

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Our People are Our Strength Staff Profile: La’Velle Hamilton

In the Boulder Valley School District, School Safety Advocates (SSA’s) like La’Velle Hamilton are instrumental in providing student support, advocating for student needs, and prioritizing school safety. Hamilton brings a unique perspective to his advocacy work, marked by empathy, understanding and an unwavering commitment to ensuring every student feels secure and valued.

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Wednesday late start days provide valuable professional learning time for BVSD schools

It’s been three years since Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) implemented the Equal School Day. The move in 2021, created a consistent seven-hour school day, four days a week and a district-wide professional learning time (PLT) block of one hour for teachers through a late start on Wednesdays. For teachers and staff, the late start hour doesn’t allow for an extra hour to sleep in or provide more time for general staff meetings to take place. Instead, it gives teachers and staff needed time to come together in focused planning around the needs of the students.

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Get to know Board Member Jason Unger

From teaching to advocating for educational equity, Jason Unger, a newly elected member of the BVSD Board of Education, once contemplated a path in law but found his calling in the classroom instead.

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Get to know Board Member Kitty Sargent

BVSD Board of Education member Kitty Sargent embarked on a diverse career journey that eventually led her back to her passion for education. Beginning as a special education teacher, she briefly became a stockbroker at Merrill Lynch before returning to teaching.

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Board hears about enrollment projections and next steps

At its Feb. 27 meeting, the Board of Education heard the first annual report about enrollment projections and school building capacity for BVSD elementary schools for the next five years. Projections show that enrollment will decline for nearly all BVSD schools in the coming years. Because school districts are funded on a per pupil basis, declining enrollment can lead to budget reductions, inefficient facility operations and a less comprehensive educational experience for students at small schools. 

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