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Harlem Ambassadors visit Overland Trail Elementary

Students at Overland Trail Elementary received a special visit from the Harlem Ambassadors at a third-fifth grade assembly. In addition to showing off high flying dunks and boogying down with students and teachers on the dance floor, the ambassadors spoke to students about the importance of staying in school, remaining drug free and having good moral character.

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Blue Valley CAPS Education students host regional conference

Blue Valley's CAPS Education students, in partnership with Mid America Nazarene University, hosted the first annual Future Educators of America (FEA) Kansas Regional Conference, a one-day event designed to inspire middle and high school FEA members in Kansas to be "wired 4 teaching." In preparation for the event, CAPS students created the conference website, edited competition documents, created names for the breakout sessions, helped secure presenters like Microsoft and Arcademics and prepared presentations for the competition portion of the conference. At the conference, CAPS students acted as presenters, volunteers, emcees, award presenters and more.

Learn more about the conference and how Blue Valley's CAPS Education students have helped inspire future educators by visiting the conference website or following the discussion on Twitter with #mnuwired.

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Blue Valley Celebrates Outstanding First-Year Teachers

Congratulations to Kelsey Bradley, special education teacher at Indian Valley Elementary, and Katherine Durick, science teacher at Lakewood Middle, on being named two of this year's Horizon Award recipients! The Horizon Award program identifies and recognizes exemplary first-year teachers who perform in a way that distinguishes them as outstanding. The Kansas State Department of Education honors 32 Kansas teachers with the award each year. Read more here.

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Important LOB Information

If you have already voted in the Blue Valley Schools Local Option (LOB) Election, thank you! If you are a registered voter and have not voted, there is still time to vote. This election allows the school district to maintain its local funding levels and is projected to have no increase in the tax rate.

Voting is as easy as 1-2-3!

  1. Mark your choice
  2. Sign the Affidavit of Voter
  3. Send it back in the postage-paid envelope that accompanied the ballot, enclosed in a white envelope. All ballots are due by noon on Tuesday, Jan. 27.


For more information about the LOB Election, visit the LOB website. Thank you for taking time to vote in the Blue Valley Schools LOB Election!

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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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