Kathy Guyton: BVSD should be up front about Uni Hill Elementary 

It is hard to believe that the Boulder Valley School District administration really believes it is doing the best thing for students by selling off University Hill Elementary School to CU. If they did, they wouldn’t be so sneaky about it.

Source: Kathy Guyton: BVSD should be up front about Uni Hill Elementary – Boulder Daily Camera

Celeste Landry: Unanswered questions for the Boulder Valley School District

The Boulder Valley School District is considering changing University Hill Elementary’s educational program, range of grade levels and location. …

A joint letter issued by BVSD and CU after the May 16 meeting stated, “The planning group will meet again in June to further the discussion and prioritize opportunities. There is a strong desire to include parents and students in the conversation further down the road.” It turns out that there wasn’t a follow-up meeting in June or at any time since. …

There are many unanswered questions regarding BVSD’s ambitious proposal. You can see several of the “FAQs Without Answers” at the website www.unihillschoolfuture.org where you’ll also find a compilation of the materials that have appeared publicly so far.

Full Story: Celeste Landry: Unanswered questions for the Boulder Valley School District – Boulder Daily Camera

Allyn Feinberg and Felicity Wong: Walking back on BVSD’s 2014 promise

When you travel on I-25 in Denver, you can’t miss the Broncos’ Mile High Stadium. It dominates the landscape. And, when you travel on Broadway in Boulder, it’s hard to miss the grand, historic University Hill Elementary building across the street from CU. … Boulder Valley School District voters consented to renovating Uni Hill as part of the 2014 capital construction bond election. Now BVSD is considering selling the Uni Hill campus to CU … Why now, when the district has the money it needs to renovate Uni Hill? What “problem” is BVSD trying to solve?

Full Story: Allyn Feinberg and Felicity Wong: Walking back on BVSD’s 2014 promise – Boulder Daily Camera