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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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BVSD Summer Food Service Program

Meals will be provided to all kids aged 18 and under without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be available June 3-June 27th, 2024, Monday-Thursday at the following locations. (Closed for holiday June 19th.)

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RTD Zero Fare for Youth runs through August 31st

The RTD’s Zero Fare for Youth pilot program will run through the summer until August 31, 2024. This means students can continue to enjoy free rides on all RTD services, including buses and trains, throughout the summer break. If you are heading out of town, keep in mind that service to DIA is also included.

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Bond investments aim to transform recess for students with disabilities

Ask nearly any elementary student what their favorite part of the school day is and you are likely to hear a resounding, “RECESS!” This welcome break in the school day brings a chance to get outside, play, socialize, and recharge. However, for students with physical, emotional or cognitive disabilities, play equipment options can be limited and hard to get to.

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2024 Summer Construction Update

Across BVSD, crews are getting ready to start construction on renovation projects as soon as students and teachers leave for summer break later this month. This summer will be the first major construction season of the current Building for Student Success bond-funded construction program approved by voters in November 2022. The BVSD Bond team has approximately $42M of construction work planned from April through September, with another $28M in design work occurring simultaneously. 

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Class of 2024 Boettcher and National Merit Scholars

The Boulder Valley School District shares excitement and pride with the Class of 2024 and its many accomplishments. As graduation season begins, we are pleased to share the names of students who have been selected or are finalists for outstanding academic honors in our district.

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Upcoming supporting caregivers workshops this June

This summer, BVSD is offering a series of free workshops for parents and caregivers to increase your resources and skills for navigating challenging times. Each workshop provides experiential practice opportunities to support well-being, communication, and connection.

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Our People are Our Strength: Staff Profile Amela Aljkanović

Amela Aljkanović, Conference Center Technician for the Education Center has been an integral part of the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) for over a decade. The Ed Center serves as the central hub for training sessions and meetings for staff, district leadership, the board of education, and sometimes external clients. Aljkanović makes a world of difference to BVSD, ensuring that events and meetings at the Ed Center run smoothly and efficiently, and contributing to the district’s overall success and sense of community.

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Get to know Board Member Lalenia Quinlan Aweida

Prior to becoming a Boulder Valley School District Board of Education member in December 2023, Lalenia Quinlan Aweida devoted her time to various initiatives aimed at safeguarding vulnerable individuals. From her involvement with Blue Sky Bridge, working in classrooms as a Sexual Assault Prevention Educator, serving as a Victim Advocate for the Sheriff’s Office, to her tenure with Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) and her Restorative Justice work with the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office, it’s clear that Quinlan Aweida is committed to the well-being of Boulder and the surrounding community.

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The end of an era at Boulder High School

After 30 years, a familiar face at the front desk at Boulder High School will be retiring. Juletta Frank, the school’s receptionist and school support assistant, knows the school inside and out – in part because of her long tenure, but also because she was once a student there.

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BVSD's Bilingual Commendation Celebrates Linguistic Diversity

The Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) is working to recognize more students than ever before for their bilingual skills thanks to a newly introduced bilingual commendation. The commendation allows bilingual high school students to demonstrate their bilingualism to future employers and colleges and universities. The new commendation supports BVSD’s Bilingual and Proud campaign which celebrates and embraces language diversity in BVSD through its dual language programming and beyond.

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Leadership Profile: After 33 year in education, Katie Romero is still focused on struggling kids, but she’s also ready for a change

As the school year comes to a close, BVSD Director of Student Support Services Katie Romero is counting the days to retirement. As a high school English teacher, she would often find herself grading papers until late into the evening. In her current role, it is the work of staying on top of the cases of struggling students in the district that keeps her up. 

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