We are so grateful for our incredible community!
Volunteer opportunities are available at Aspen Creek throughout the school year.
BVSD Lifelong Learning Enrichment (LLL) program offers a way for students and community
members to expand their knowledge, meet new people, and learn new skills outside of school
and work time. This year, classes are offered after school, and on late start days.
Link your King Soopers rewards card to Aspen Creek and we will earn a donation each time you shop! CLICK HERE for Reward Instructions. Thank you for your support!
We need volunteers to assist with reading during Ms. Tagawa's 1st and 2nd period classes. Please sign up HERE.
Middle School Technology Student Association Sign your student up today!
Click HERE for more information.
For more on our Middle Level Sports Offerings, check out our sports page
We exceeded our Color Run Fundraising Goal! As a school, we raised $20,525! And as promised, our principals wore inflatable costumes all day!
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to BVSD for its annual comprehensive financial report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2022. This is the 29th year BVSD has received the award.
Attend an upcoming community engagement session in January 2024, offered in both Spanish and English. All Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) families are welcome to a presentation and conversation with district leadership.
BVSD is hosting two (one English/one Spanish) events for parents and guardians to engage with Superintendent Rob Anderson, other district leaders and members of the BVSD Board of Education.
As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt gratitude to everyone in the Boulder Valley School District.
Emily Gaud, a Special Aide Para, is a crucial part of Halcyon School, one of the Special Education Programs in the Boulder Valley School District. This unique school serves students from 1st to 12th grade who are referred through a district and Individualized Education Program (IEP) process, primarily dealing with serious emotional disabilities or requiring mental health support. Gaud’s role as at Halcyon exemplifies her belief that “no student is beyond help; sometimes it takes more effort, but every kid is worth our time.”