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    AUGUST 18, 2021 

    A full return to in-person
    learning is planned for the 2021-2022 school year! 

    Find all your back-to-school
    information here and on your child's school website. 
    Click on the 'OUR SCHOOLS'  dropdown in the top menu bar above for each school website. 


  • Registration Information
  • Back To School Night Dates
  • COVID-19 Protocols
  • View The School Year Calendar And School Hours
  • Learn About Transportation Services
  • New To BV? Use the School Locator
  • Information On The Before-And After-School Care Program
  • Meal Account Access
  • What's For Lunch? School Menus
  • Free and Reduced Meals Information
  • Download The Blue Valley Schools Mobile App


  • Below are a few protocols regarding COVID-19 mitigation efforts for the 2021-22 school year as of August 5, 2021. View the Covid-19 page for ALL information. 


    Following the Public Health Order issued by the Board of Commissioners of Johnson County on August 5, Blue Valley Schools will require all early childhood and K-8 students, staff and visitors to wear masks inside school buildings beginning August 9, 2021. Additionally, the Blue Valley Board of Education extended this order to include 9-12 and the 18-21 year old program students, staff and visitors for the 2021-22 school year, to be reviewed at least quarterly. Unless otherwise required, children, faculty, staff and visitors of all ages do not need to wear masks when outdoors on school property. In addition, all individuals must wear a mask when utilizing district-provided transportation (including buses and vans).


    School Exclusion Protocols

    When the district is aware of a positive COVID case, the district will work in cooperation with JCDHE to gather the necessary information so JCDHE can make public health decisions.  The district will exclude individuals from the school until JCDHE can make a determination.  The exclusion will continue if quarantine is recommended by JCDHE.  Parents will be contacted directly by BV COVID Team if their student has been identified as a possible close contact.  In addition, elementary parents will receive a low risk letter if a positive case is identified in their class.  JCDHE will communicate their recommendations to students, staff, and families around quarantine and returning to the school environment.

    School Exclusion Exemption 
    - Per guidance from the CDC, asymptomatic individuals who are fully vaccinated or have had a positive lab-confirmed molecular (PCR) test within the previous 180 days will not be asked to quarantine.


    Blue Valley School District will not be collecting COVID-19 vaccination information for students as part of the school enrollment process. COVID-19 vaccination is not a requirement for school enrollment or attendance. Vaccination information will only be collected in accordance with district policy and state law. Vaccination information is utilized when making quarantine recommendations. As appropriate, the district will inform parents/guardians of COVID-19 vaccination opportunities for eligible students.


  • Canvas
  • ParentVue
  • Blue Valley Schools App
  • Titan - Meal Account Access
  • Securely Home (Device Safety)


  • Where can I find school supply lists?

  • Where can I find information about the Board of Education?

  • For athletics, where do I find forms like the KSHSAA pre-participation packet?

  • How are we notified of inclement weather days?


  • Across the country, school districts are experiencing difficulties staffing several of the most critical school support roles. With that in mind, we are asking you to join us in the classroom, in the lunchroom and in our schools to help us provide the best in-person learning experience for our students. Blue Valley is seeking applications for the following support roles within our district:

    • Paraeducators
    • Custodians
    • Food Service workers

    These positions offer flexible schedules, full benefits and retirement plans. If you are looking to make a positive impact in your community and in the lives of our children, we encourage you to apply for one of these support opportunities in the district, or share this information with someone you think would be a good fit to join our team. 

  • Apply Today


  • District 229 recognizes the value and increasing role of online social media in an education realm. To increase our communication efforts, we have accounts on five social media sites and a podcast.  


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  • Find us on LinkedIn
  • Follow us on YouTube
  • Blue Valley Schools Podcast