All Grades are attending in-person learning four days a week beginning Tuesday, January 5th.
Details at: District Update
Parents must do a screening form prior to the student arriving at school. Forms are in Infinite Campus and are available hard copy. Any student who arrives without a submitted screening will be screened and a call home will be made to arrange for screenings to happen prior to the student arriving at school in the future.
ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A COMPLETED COVID SCREENING BEFORE ENTERING
IF YOU ANSWER YES TO ANY SCREENING QUESTIONS DO NOT ENTER
Each class will be kept separate from other classes of students during the school day
Students will be asked to wear masks but can remove them when eating or when outdoors. Students will also be asked to wash hands frequently.
The number of staff that can be with groups of students will be limited.
- We do anticipate quarantines happening in the coming months and have learned a few things based on our experiences so far. Therefore, we are reaching out to share our learnings to be sure we are all as prepared as possible for the coming months. Please see details at: Quarantine Plan.
- Also see this district resource on quarantine: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DflBTzCXbFEHlNrdLnrk2U2wFaCq773UqXbEE3v-_04/edit?usp=sharing
If you have any difficulty getting online, please call BVSD IT at 720.561.4357 and they can help to get you connected.
Another Parent Opportunity to Explore Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Topics via Book Groups will be starting in December! See more info here! To sign up for one of these book groups please email the amazing facilitator Annisa Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org. The suggested donation amount will be $25 but anyone is welcome for free as well!
Our IT Service desk is available and now has bilingual support if you have any issues with your device and setup or are in need of repairs. You can contact them at 720-561-HELP or at IT@bvsd.org.
The second school built in Boulder, Whittier International was founded in 1882 and is situated in the heart of the city. Whittier is a neighborhood school with an international focus, serving students from more than 20 countries. As an authorized International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program school, Whittier incorporates the BVSD curriculum, state standards and an internationally recognized academic framework. “Inquiry” is a primary strategy used to integrate higher-order thinking, questioning and application of content knowledge through science and social studies. In addition, students in K-5 are introduced to Spanish as a world language.