Coming Up

Impacted Directly?

Please let us know if you were impacted by the Marshall Fire.

Trauma Support

BVSD is providing social-emotional support for both students and employees.

     Important Info:

If you haven't already done so, you can make your donation for School Supplies at LES via RevTrak

  • Jan 17 - No School, MLK Jr Day
  • Jan 24 - Spelling Bee
  • Feb 4 - Report Cards available in IC Parent Portal
  • Feb 7 - No School, District Professional Development
  • Feb 21 - No School, President's Day Observed
  • Mar 21-25 No School, Spring Break
  • Apr 22 & 25 - No School, Conference Exchange Days
  • May 26 - Last Day of School

Direct Ask Campaign

The Direct Ask Campaign is our largest fundraiser of the year. The LES PTO supports about 70% of the LES operating budget and funds essential functions for all of our students. Please consider contributing to this fundraiser.

Please take a moment to thoughtfully read the letter from our PTO which explains our Direct Ask Campaign. 

Direct Ask Campaign Letter

You can support the Direct Ask Campaign by check or by clicking the PayPal link below. 

LES PTO PayPal Account

District and School News

Smoke from the December 30, 2021 wildfire in Boulder County.

Thanks to the diligent work of our emergency management partners and utility companies, all Boulder Valley School District schools will reopen on Wednesday, January 5, as planned. This is incredibly important knowing that schools – both in the area of the fire and outside – can serve a very important role of supporting students and their families following this large tragedy.

Read More about BVSD schools to reopen Wednesday, following Marshall Fires
Smoke from Boulder County fires

This morning, BVSD Maintenance teams were given access to the evacuation zone and began assessing our buildings. While there has been so much destruction, with more than 500 homes lost, it appears that our buildings were spared by the fire. Some were impacted by the heavy smoke and several remain without electricity, gas, water or access to the general public.

Read More about Marshall Fire Update