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BVSD celebrates students in Superintendent's Honor Roll

This was the return of the event after a two year hiatus.
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BVSD Superintendent Rob Anderson celebrates student success at Superintendent's Honor Roll event.

​​​​​​For the first time in two years, Rob Anderson, superintendent of the Boulder Valley School District, was able to recognize the achievements of students and staff at the Superintendent's Honor Roll ceremony.

Prior to the pandemic the Superintendent's Honor Roll was held each semester.

"We are excited to celebrate your outstanding achievements, both of our students, staff and community," Anderson said. "It's just been too long since we were able to have this event."

  • Emiliano de la Torre — Escuela Bilingüe Pioneer —  won the Colorado Association for Bilingual Education's Proud to be bilingual contest.  

  • Diego Colin — Manhattan Middle School — took first place at the Colorado Spanish Spelling Bee Contest and will move onto the national contest in July.

  • Carlota Loya Hernandez and Michelle Dubois — educators who have made extra effort to identify students from the Latino community as Gifted and Talented. Both were two of 16 people within the field to be recognized for their work across the nation. 

  • Amy Paa-Rogers received Koelbel Enterprising Teacher of the Year in 2021, which recognizes teachers who display exemplary work in economics and financial literacy. 

  • Lily Weisbart and Sam Saliba  at Monarch High School won the National Scholastic Press Association's Best Broadcast Commentary at the national level for their work "Seeing Things," which is a comedic look into one student's debate to overcome peer pressure and turn their camera on during virtual classes early in the pandemic.

  • Erin Mayer from Casey Middle School created a Twitter account to share glimpses into her students' explorations into science. She received recognition for her 3D teaching style by the International Space and Engineering Fair and the Society for Science and Mentoring Students. 

  • Jason Cui, a senior at Fairview High School, was recognized for his participation in the Generon Science Talent search  — the nation's oldest and most prestigious science and math competition. 

  • Aditya Nandyal, Yosha and Avanti Gautam from Peak to Peak participated in the Congressional App Challenge. 

  • Lily Chitambar from Boulder High School and Jane Roth and Maya Brakhage from Fairview High School were Colorado State Champions in girls tennis. 

  • BVSD Gymnastics team is made up of female athletes from across the district, hosted at Broomfield High School. The team won its third state championship.

  • Broomfield Winter Percussion claimed the state championship. 

  • Jim Davidson from Broomfield received the Soccer Coach of the Year award.

  • Boulder High Mountain Biking Team won the state title in mountain biking. 

  • Karolina Bank and Morgan Lukinak of Fairview High School participated in the girls swim team. Bank gained the title of state champion in the girls 200 freestyle while Lukinak took the state title in the 50 yard freestyle. 

  • Ryan Vigil from Broomfield High School and Cole Carlucci from Monarch High School earned state titles in wrestling.

  • Arianna McCarty of Centaurus High School, Amanda Miller of Broomfield High School won the Boettcher scholarship.

  • Alex Silver and Arianna McCarty of Centarus High School, Jackson Moody of Fairview High School, Bronwyn Busby of Peak to Peak Charter School and Jessica L. Funk from Monarach High School are the National Merit Scholars representing BVSD.

  • Broomfield Heights Middle School organized the No Place for Hate day and had Mayor Guyleen Castriotta officially name a day in the city in its honor. 

  • High Peaks Elementary was named a Blue Ribbon School.