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How We Invested in Education in 2021

Students and educators need mental health support, targeted tutoring, and access to academic opportunities. Here’s a look at how we invested in public education this year.

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New Program to Provide BVSD Students Career Readiness Training

This program will provide low-income BVSD high school students with workforce readiness skills, training, and leadership development to help prepare them for post-secondary success.

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$100,000 Invested in Academic Opportunities for BVSD Students

From school-based tutoring to RTD bus passes to an online math software, our Academic Opportunity Fund provided $100K in grants to meet Boulder Valley School District student needs this fall.

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Convening Parent Leaders for the Benefit of all Students

Attendees gained a deeper understanding of the School District’s strategic direction, the role of Impact on Education and the ways that other parent groups are supporting their schools.

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Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Students and Educators

BVSD School After Care supervisory staff will receive six hours of professional development in Calming Kids Mindfulness and Yoga to help them manage student mental health needs and their own.

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Our Commitment to Student Learning and Needs During 2021-22 School Year

From the beginning of the pandemic we knew the disruption to student learning would be disproportionate and could have a profound impact on the long-term success of students.

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How We Supported BVSD Summer Learning

Over the summer, we supported K-12 students in the Boulder Valley School District who needed to catch up on unfinished learning.

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New Funding Opportunity Supports Students and Schools

We consolidated the Student Academic Support Fund and Classroom Innovation Grants into a single funding source that will allow us to meet both student and educator needs on a case-by-case basis.

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Growth and Confidence: What I Learned Working at Impact on Education

Our most recent intern, Kate Snedeker, shares what she learned about teamwork and community outreach while working with us, and what’s next for her!

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