Who is BVEA?

BVEA

Your Partner.
Your Advocate.
Your Association.

The Boulder Valley Education Association is the exclusive representative for Unit B licensed staff of the Boulder Valley School District. BVEA members represent their colleagues in collaborative policy and program efforts with the BVSD administration and the Board of Education, during contract negotiations, as we advocate for our profession and promote quality public education to give students the schools they deserve.

Vision

Great public schools for every student.

Mission

To empower our members to advocate for our profession and collectively promote great public schools.

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BVEA Team

BVEA Executive Board Officers

Terri Mulford
BVEA President
Patty Delgado
BVEA Vice-President
Nancy Piercy
BVEA Treasurer
Lisa O’Brien
BVEA Secretary

BVEA Executive Board Members

Barbara Bogner
BVEA ES C – Boulder/Ned/Arap/Vista
Chris Newby
CEA Board Member
Beth Bogner
BVEA HS A – Broomfield/Centaurus
Lisa Omori-Jones
BVEA MS A – Broomfield/Centaurus
Lori Hattendorf
BVEA ES B – Fairview/Monarch
Rosie Pfenning
BVEA HS B – Fairview/Monarch
Tas Hendrickson
BVEA HS C – Boulder/Ned/Arap/Vista
Bev Sanders
BVEA ES A – Broomfield/Centaurus

BVEA Associate Staff

Loretta Justice
Office Manager
John Whetzel
UniServ Director

Our Purpose

BVEA Constitution – ARTICLE II – PURPOSE

Section 1. To promote within the membership the highest type of professional practices; to encourage active participation of all educators in the solution of educational problems; to urge every member of the profession to be a dedicated student of education; and to arouse allegiance to a genuine spirit of professional ethics.

Section 2. To encourage higher qualifications for entrance into the education profession and to maintain those qualifications; to promote educator participation in school management; and to aid in securing and maintaining adequate salaries, tenure, sound retirement systems, legislation, and other improvements which will enable educators to function properly as a vital force in the progress of education. Participation in the activities and legislative programs of the state and national associations will be continuing programs.

Section 3. To cooperate with parent-teacher associations and other civic bodies having educational objectives in interpreting to the public the problems, functions and steady progress of the public schools.

Section 4. To encourage teachers to exercise their rights and privileges as citizens, and to accept leadership in civic affairs willingly.

How can we best support you?

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