The Blue Valley Educational Foundation recently celebrated student and staff successes at its 24th annual Community Breakfast, raising a record-breaking $228,000 to support educational excellence in Blue Valley schools through school grants. More than 1,000 business leaders, community members, Blue Valley parents and students attended the event, which was hosted by John Holt of Fox 4 News and featured Blue Valley Superintendent Tom Trigg's State of the District address. Also honored were staff and student Sunflower Ambassadors and their nominators.
A Blue Valley West student checks out the healthy and colorful lunch options at the cafeteria Harvest Bar, which includes three fresh fruit choices, four fresh vegetable choices and hand cut Romaine salad daily. Blue Valley Schools strives to promote healthy eating among students by providing a wide variety of tasty, nutritious food options each day. Students who are well nourished are better prepared to learn. Yum!
Students in Aubry Bend Middle School's P.E. class get active and learn about healthy living with the recently adopted Polar technology. The new technology monitors each students' heart rate during physical activity in class and provides immediate feedback on performance levels via an iPad app. Blue Valley Schools prides itself on promoting healthy lifestyles among students and continues to look for new ways to equip students with the tools and skills they need to live healthy and happy lives.
August 14 marked the first day of the 2014-15 school year in Blue Valley. Blue Valley Schools looks forward to another year filled with learning, fun and many student and staff successes. Welcome back students and staff!
The Blue Valley School District's mission is unprecedented academic success and unparalleled personal growth for every student.