Join us in Reimagining Success for our students by supporting our District-Wide priorities to add exceptional programs to our schools. This campaign will enhance our schools, will give our students new and different paths to success, and will impact our future workforce by investing in new and different ways for our students to grow and learn. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Joy Ginsburg, firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-239-4622 or click here to provide your contact information and we will follow-up with you.
Career-ready programming for high school students
The Blue Valley School District is excited to announce the launch of a partnership with Johnson County Community College’s state-of-the art Career and Technical Education facility by giving our students the opportunity to enroll in this program. Blue Valley High School students will be able to attend select career-ready programs and the Blue Valley Educational Foundation would like to off-set the cost for any fees, books and equipment or tools to eliminate any barriers.
New Teacher Welcome Grant
As you know, new teachers start every year with a blank canvas in their rooms and the desire to make it welcoming and engaging for their students. New teachers aren’t given a budget to provide needed tools and resources for their classroom so many have to use their own money just to ensure they have what they need to create the best learning environment. That’s why the Blue Valley Educational Foundation is looking to fund New Teacher grants for every new teacher entering the district.
Inspiring. engaging. empowering
The Blue Valley School District is preparing to implement a very powerful program that would impact EVERY elementary student. Securing funds to implement Project Lead the Way Launch modules will enhance how our students are currently learning to explore, design, and problem solve.
Expanding Robotics in Blue Valley High Schools
Currently, the Blue Valley School District offers one centralized Robotics Club housed at our Center for Advanced Professional Studies. The interest has grown and it is the District’s goal to launch a Robotics Club in every high school.
Needed enhancements to this unique outdoor classroom
The Carolyn Ball Blair Wilderness Science Center is an educational facility created with the primary goal of providing authentic learning opportunities for students. The trails, study stations and the Helen & Victor Regnier Learning Center on the 30-acre site have been under development since 1999 and are located behind Blue River Elementary and Blue Valley Middle schools.
This project includes the replacement of pedestrian bridges #2, #3, and #5 at the Wilderness Science Center so our students can be exposed to the entire facility.
Provide High School students with the opportunity to be exposed to Career-Ready programming by attending JCCC’s Career and Technical Education Center.
Build a STEAM Learning Experience for ALL Elementary students.
Update the Wilderness Science Center.
Sustain our New Teacher Welcome Program.
Expand the Blue Valley Robotics program to ALL High Schools.