Published: March 20, 2020  |  

Ensuring Boulder Valley Students are supported in this time of need

While we are collectively facing a time of unprecedented stress and uncertainty, we could not be more proud to be part of such a caring and committed community. 

These challenging times have put our mission as the foundation for Boulder Valley’s Public Schools to the test. And, we are happy to say, our pillars of support do not waiver, even in times of crisis.

Now that schools must remain closed until at least April 17, we know that the needs will continue piling up.

Our safeguards and action plans are solid, and our relationship with the Boulder Valley School District is strong. With your help, we can handle this crisis and provide the essential tools our students need right now while also planning ahead to create mechanisms of support so that students do not fall behind.

During this unprecedented school closure, Impact on Education is:

Coordinating the acquisition and distribution of nutritious food for students and their families

Providing school supplies and technology solutions so all students can participate in remote learning

Funding tutoring and enrichment programs so students don’t fall behind

How you can help now:

Make a contribution to our Critical Need Fund.- this allows us to immediately tackle the district’s need in the three areas above.

COMMUNITY CHALLENGE! We are proud to announce an incredible boost to our Critical Needs Fund! We now have $100,000 in matching funds provided by Dave and Suzanne Hoover, joined by Brad Feld and Amy Batchelor. This means your donation to Impact on Education is doubled between now and the end of March!

Stay up to date on what we’re doing and how you can help by reading our newsletters, following us on social media and coming back to our website often.

Share these needs and our website with friends, colleagues, family and neighbors.

We are grateful to be part of a community that is so committed to education and to helping support our neighbors.

Other Resources: 

Please click here to learn more about Emergency Food Distribution

Please click here to learn about the Boulder Valley School District’s response

Please click here to learn more about resources in Boulder County

Please click here to learn about the State of Colorado public health and action plan

Read Daily Camera reporting on BVSD and IoE efforts to support students

Read: A note from the publisher to Daily Camera readers

Read from Broomfield Enterprise: Impact on Education announces $100,000 Critical Needs Fund Match

Read: BVSD hands out about 1,450 bags of food amid coronavirus pandemic

View: Photos of BVSD Sees Increased Demand for Food While School is Out

Read: BVSD, SVVSD provide updates on at-home learning plans

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