Students’ artistic talents shine at West Works

Blue Valley West students showcased their artwork during the school's annual juried art exhibit, West Works. This year's show featured 116 pieces of artwork from 69 different artists. Blue Valley West's visual arts department aims to help students discover and develop his or her visual literacy and level of creativity in a supportive and professional environment. To view artwork from the exhibit, please click here.

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Celebrating Blue Valley Educational Foundation Month

April is Blue Valley Educational Foundation Month. During this month, staff and student Sunflower Ambassadors and nominators are recognized at all Blue Valley schools. Ambassadors are nominated in essays written by their peers and selected based on how they exhibit the seven Blue Valley Virtues: compassion, courage, honesty, perseverance, respect, responsibility and self-discipline. A panel of more than 20 community leaders and educators read the finalists' essays and select the ambassadors. This is the 16th year for the character education program. Pictured are Timber Creek Elementary ambassadors and nominators - (L-R) Gail Pearson, para educator and staff nominator; Katie Morrison, fourth grader and student nominator; Charlie Graven, fourth grader and student ambassador; and Rob Watson, custodian and staff ambassador. To learn more about the Blue Valley Educational Foundation and how the organization supports Blue Valley students and staff, please click here.

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Blue Valley Today Spring 2014

The Spring 2014 issue of Blue Valley Today, your newsmagazine for Blue Valley Schools, is now available online. Please click here to view the latest issue and read these great stories:

  • VIP Volunteers in Partnership: Enhancing learning and enriching lives
  • Outdoor classroom second nature for Blue Valley Northwest senior
  • A bright future for helping others
  • First year teachers honored with prestigious Horizon Award
  • Spotlight on Blue Valley Board of Education member Cindy Bowling
  • News & Notes
  • Superintendent's Column, Sincerely Speaking
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Singing sensations

The Morse Elementary fourth and fifth grade choir recently went on a tour and performed several choral selections at various locations in the community. The choir practices twice a week before school on a volunteer basis. Morse vocal music teacher Christa Morrison directs the students. Blue Valley is very fortunate to have several music educators in the district who are making a difference in students' lives.

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Blue Valley School District

Education Beyond Expectations

Our Mission

The Blue Valley School District's mission is unprecedented academic success and unparalleled personal growth for every student.

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