Posted July 29, 2021
The purpose of this post is to ensure both families and students are prepared to start the 21-22 school year! Please take some time to read the below sections to answer all your questions!
If you still have additional questions please call 720-423-9600 and one of our fantastic front office ladies will be happy to help. Please continue to check your email/text for updates from us as we get closer to the 1st day of school.
We are currently on a waiting list for all grades so it is MISSION CRITICAL to register your child to secure their seat and class schedule.
**If you already participated in the “early bird” online registration in May, no action is required from you. However you are more than welcome to come to walk-in registration if you have questions or want paper copies of any of our documents outlined below.
Choose the day and time that works best for your family. Students are welcome to join but it isn’t required. The entire process should take less than 30 minutes. Please park on the surrounding streets and enter through our main entrance along South Golden Way.
Online registration re-opens on July 30th through Parent Portal. You do not need to come to Walk-In Registration if you complete the online registration (formally known as Annual Family Update).
Online registration is completed by signing into Parent Portal. If you do not have a Parent Portal account, you can create one here. After you sign in to Parent Portal, click on “See All Apps,” then click on “Online Registration” to complete the process. Online registration can only be completed by the parent/guardian listed in the primary household of the student record. Check with your school for its registration deadline.
Registration fees were waived for the 20-21 school year. However this year a $40 per student fee to help cover the costs of technology, celebrations and disposal items for our Integrated Arts (Art, Woodshop, and Band). Each student will also receive a free water bottle and t-shirt with each paid registration fee.
If you are an online registered family, please expect an email from MySchoolBucks to secure fee payment.
Nurse Rundle will have a table at both Walk-In Registration dates to answer any questions and/or provide any medical forms for your child. Please bring a copy of your most updated immunization record for her files! If you registered online, please email her those records to KIMBERLY_RUNDLE@dpsk12.org
BVIS has a unique school calendar that is slightly different from the DPS Calendar. Please click HERE to view our calendar. We start a bit earlier than other DPS schools, however our last day of school is 5/27/22!
Each grades 1st day of school will be a FULL day and will be focused on building culture and ensuring all staff and students have time to ease into this new school year. This includes building tours, locker practice, and taking purposeful time to start building relationships.
Look for emails week of 8/9 for a detailed guide to navigate through these 1st days of school.
**Families will be contacted by our Safety & Security Officer if their child(ren) have been found to be on campus after 3:10pm so that we can brainstorm supports to ensure their after-school safety.
Please click HERE for the 21-22 traffic flow map. This map will guide you on where to drop-off your child based on their grade as well as which doors they will enter.
Please click HERE to review our dress code!
Please click HERE to view our supply list. If your family is in a position to help donate any supplies, please call our front office to arrange a drop-off.
All yellow bus requests or questions must go through DPS Transportation. Please click HERE for their 21-22 flyer, or call 720-423-4600 for assistance.
This year, Denver Public Schools will provide breakfast and lunch to all students at no charge, regardless of the student’s free or reduced-price meal benefit status; however, it is still very important that families continue to complete and submit a Meal Benefits Application.
The submission and approval of a Meal Benefits Application provides advantages beyond eligibility for free or reduced-priced meals. Submitting an application also helps ensure students receive the maximum amount of benefits they are eligible for, including discounts on bus passes and some school fees, such as athletics, and reduced AP testing fees. It also ensures schools receive additional resources to support healthy meals for students and afterschool programs. In addition, based on your application, you could be eligible for the P-EBT (Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer) program through the Department of Human Services. Please visit their website for additional information cdhs.colorado.gov/p-ebt. Your assistance in completing and submitting the Meal Benefits Application is greatly appreciated and has the potential to help all DPS schools. Apply now at: WWW.MYSCHOOLAPPS.COM. All information provided is confidential and protected.