The St. Vrain Valley School District is considering placing a bond initiative on the November 2016 ballot.
Parent leaders from Black Rock and Burlington Elementary Schools, as well as from Grassroots St. Vrain, attended the St. Vrain Valley Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Wednesday, April 13, and shared resolutions encouraging board members to place a bond ballot initiative before voters in November.
Presentations of resolutions at the April 27 board meeting included parents from Central, Hygiene, Niwot, and Sanborn Elementary Schools.
A bond allows citizens the choice to provide resources for “brick and mortar projects” addressing growth, safety, and maintenance needs in the school district.
Resolutions outline priorities parent leaders see in their respective school communities and include the action steps they plan to take to educate the public about the benefits of a bond ballot initiative in 2016, including plans to engage their communities in the public process.
Now is the time for community input related to a 2016 bond to be heard by the BOE. Conversations with school and district leaders about critical needs in your school community are a necessary step in the process to identify priorities, funding needs, and options.
Upcoming BOE meetings are May 11, and May 25.
Grassroots St. Vrain can help you participate in the process so your voice is heard. Please learn more about writing your own resolution on our FAQ page.
Black Rock Elementary PTO Executive Board 2016 Bond Resolution
Burlington Elementary PAC Executive Board 2016 Bond Resolution
Central Elementary PTO 2016 Bond Resolution
Hygiene Elementary PTO 2016 Bond Resolution
Niwot Elementary PTAC Executive Board 2016 Bond Resolution
Sanborn Elementary Accountability Committee 2016 Bond Resolution
Grassroots St. Vrain Leadership Team 2016 Bond Resolution
Grassroots St. Vrain Resolución de la iniciativa de bono 2016