Targeted Tutoring Proves Effective with Elementary Students

We helped facilitate targeted tutoring to 44 high needs elementary students to improve their academic skills and future success. Each student demonstrated growth and the program will be expanded in the fall.

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What I Know Now: Maris Herold, Boulder Police Chief

Hear how Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold’s early experiences as a social worker influence her police work, why she’s focused on diversity, and her police reform goals.

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Summer Shuffle Prepares Early Learners for BVSD Classrooms

Many of the children in this year’s Summer Shuffle program are learning in person for the first time. It’s a big change for the kids and a positive start to their preschool or kindergarten experiences this fall.

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What I Know Now: Shaz Zamore, ATLAS

Find out how Shaz combines a background in neurobiology and neuroengineering and their drive for diverse social engagement as the STEM Outreach Coordinator at the ATLAS Institute at CU Boulder.

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What I Know Now: Dr. Everette Joseph, Director of NCAR

In this episode you’ll hear what led Dr. Joseph to a career in science and atmospheric research and the questions he uses to challenge himself and his employees.

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New $25,000 Crayons to Calculators Community Challenge

Crayons to Calculators is a $250,000 program, generously sponsored by Western Disposal Services and other community partners, that provides backpacks and grade-level appropriate school supplies to over 11,000 low-income students in the Boulder Valley School District and St. Vrain Valley School District.

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Students Are Making up Ground This Summer

This summer, more than 3,000 students are taking advantage of learning opportunities through the Boulder Valley School District. The academic support being offered this summer is designed to help ensure students start the 2021-22 school year on grade level.

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What I Know Now: Marta Loachamin, Boulder County Commissioner

Find out how Boulder County Commissioner Marta Loachamin connects the dots between student experiences and local government and why she campaigns for diversity.

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BVSD Recognizes Impact on Education for Outstanding Dedication

Superintendent Dr. Rob Anderson recognized Impact on Education for our service to the BVSD community during the pandemic.

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Announcing our 2021 College Scholarship Winners

We awarded up to $24,000 in scholarships to three graduating high school seniors: Shannon Blanco, Maria Garcia Diaz and Rodrigo Marquez.

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New Partnership with Arly Kruse Educational Foundation Enables Tutoring for Elementary Students

We’re facilitating an additional $30,000 investment to catch up groups of elementary students at two BVSD schools with targeted academic tutoring this spring.

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Reflecting on the Centaurus High School Lockdown

A local high school students wants to see better guidance for students during lockdown situations and improvements in how schools provide emotional support for students.

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