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BVSD students to return to school with Phase 2+:

High school students will remain in the planned one-day a week schedule in an effort to keep cohort sizes smaller. Under this plan, only a fourth of students would need to be quarantined if there is a case, instead of half (Phase 3) or all students (Phase 4). Students will be notified of the days they are assigned to attend on October 16.

Students that are not interested or unable to return to school will continue to have the opportunity to learn remotely.  If you haven't already, and wish to opt-out of in-person learning, please do so in Infinite Campus by following these instructions.

Details can be found on the BVSD website, HERE 


UPDATES:  New Vista moves to phase 2+

Students in grade 9 will return to school 1 day per week starting on October 20th.

10th-12th graders will return to school 1 day per week beginning on October 27th.

Attendance- Attendance will be taken for all Synchronous and Asynchronous learning periods, each day. 

Grading- Grades will be updated in Infinite Campus each week.  

Weekly Road Map-Each Monday all teachers will post a “Weekly Road Map” with assignments for the week, links to resources, and learning objectives for the week.  

Mondays- On Mondays, there will be no classes.  Monday is set aside for teacher prep time, school meetings, and for students to work independently. 

 


 

New Vista's Home Learning Resources

What Helps Us - NVHS Sources of Strength Asked Students

Sources of Strength What Helps Us Campaign:  SOS in collaboration with the counseling team asked New Vista students to share what was helping them get through the pandemic and stay-at-home orders. This video is a compilation of their words and images of what is helping them cope during this challenging time. 

10 Tips from your counselors, Diane and Aimee

An amazing video to support students to be successful online learners!


 

QUICK REFERENCE CONTACT INFO:

Principal, Kirk Quitter: kirk.quitter@bvsd.org

Dean of Students, Maria Murillo: maria.murillo@bvsd.org

Counselor for Grades 10 & 12, Diane Jensen: diane.jensen@bvsd.org

Counselor for Grade 9 & 11, Aimee Dana: aimee.dana@bvsd.org

Interventionist, Paula Randazzo: paula.randazzo@bvsd.org

Learning Resource Coordinator & Spanish Translator, Nela Maneiro-Goodwin: marinela.maneiro-goodwin@bvsd.org

Attendance Secretary, Anne Kelly: anne.kelly@bvsd.org


 

NEED TECHNICAL HELP?

Technical support is available for Classroom applications (Google Classroom/Hangouts, Schoology, etc) and if you're having issues with your Chromebook, connecting to the internet or need internet access.


 

ADDITIONAL BVSD RESOURCES

BVSD EMERGENCY FOOD DISTRIBUTION

Food Distribution to continue starting August 24
Our current distribution program is taking a break and will re-start on August 24 in a slightly different format. 

Date and Time: Every Monday from 9-11 AM and 4-6 PM 

Locations: Columbine ES, Crestview ES, Emerald ES, Louisville MS, Manhattan MS, Nederland Middle Senior HS, and Sanchez ES. 

Verification of enrollment: Because of changing federal funding requirements, we are required to verify that all students are enrolled in BVSD. For more details and to view the addresses of these food pickup locations, please visit food.bvsd.org.

FOOD & SHELTER ASSISTANCE

View the BVSD Community Resources Website for a comprehensive listing of resources for food & shelter assistance, employment opportunities, advocacy groups and much more.

BVSD has also set up the Family Help Line to support families in need. Call (720-770-0102) or email families@bvsd.org for more assistance.

ESSENTIAL WORKER CHILDCARE

BVSD Community Schools is dedicated to providing free child care to all workers deemed essential by the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. All of the BVSD childcare sites are registered with the Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative as a licensed provider of care for essential workers. 

For more information, please view this informational flyer.