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Ecotober at Centaurus High School

Ecotober: Sunday, October 2, Noon – 4:00 pm, Centaurus High School, Lafayette   

www.lafayetteco.gov/ecotober 

Ecotober – a festival to celebrate, learn about, and promote sustainability. This event is in partnership with the Cities of Lafayette and Louisville , Town of Superior, Centaurus High School, and the Boulder Valley School District.   Dozens of exhibitors, workshops, and lots of interactive activities will be featured in this family friendly event that will help us envision and create healthy, resilient, and sustainable communities in Boulder County. 

 

Exhibits will include an electric vehicle showcase, information on and demonstrations of renewable energy, sustainable products, green buildings, waste reduction education, companies producing sustainable products, and a wide range of other vendors.  Centaurus (and other) students will be a part of this effort! 

 

Activities will include workshops, tours, crafts, music, energy bikes, and more! 

 

Music and food trucks will round out this fun afternoon  

Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences

Centaurus parent teacher conferences will be held on Wednesday October 12 and Thursday, October 20. Teachers will email details, including the sign up link. Please sign up for a conference slot most convenient to you.

These conferences are for parents and teachers to discuss students who need additional support in the class or if you have specific issues or questions that you want to address. If your student is doing great in the class and you have no issues to discuss, do not schedule a conference. 
 

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District News

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This fall, BVSD voters will cast ballots on a $350 million bond-funded school building investment program that will create flexible, industry-inspired learning environments at secondary schools to give students the skills and experience they need to confidently transition into today’s dynamic worlds of work or college.

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Superior Elementary designated a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School

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“Swatting” Incidents in Colorado

Safety is the top priority in the Boulder Valley School District. In our continuing effort to keep you updated regarding safety situations, which may impact our schools – we want to let you know about a series of bogus threats that have happened at Colorado school districts today.

While none have yet happened this week in Boulder Valley School District, unfortunately, law enforcement is confirming at least three cases of “Swatting” at schools in Denver, Colorado Springs and Alamosa.

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