October 19, 2018

Substitute Teachers

Do you have passion for education and enjoy working with kids?

We are currently looking for parents who are passionate about education and want to support the learning needs of our students by becoming a substitute teacher at your child’s school! Substituting is a rewarding and flexible job that is critical to the continuity of student learning. A 1-5 year substitute authorization allows you to work in a Colorado public school as a substitute teacher. All you need is a high school diploma or higher to qualify. Substitute authorizations are issued without grade level or subject endorsement and BVSD will provide the training you need to successfully lead in the classroom.


Training and professional development opportunities

Flexible schedule that lets you choose when you can work at your child’s school

Earn $100 full day (8 hours) / $55.00 half day (4 hours)

Professionalism - You have the opportunity to work with other teaching professionals

Great hours - You can sub while your kids are in school


1-Year substitute authorization

Must have a high school diploma

Must provide evidence of successful working experience with children (volunteering)

3-year substitute authorization:

Must hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree or higher to qualify

5-year substitute authorization:

Must hold or have held a current Colorado teacher license

Must have bachelor's degree or higher

Cost (charged by the Colorado Department of Education)

1-Year authorization: $60

3-Year or 5-Year authorization: $90

Go to the CDE Website to apply for a 1, 3, or 5 year substitute license.

Click here to apply online to BVSD and/or email Denise, our substitute coordinator at for more information.

Contact if you are interested.

Student Led Conferences

Student-Led Conferences are around the corner. Teachers will be in their classrooms from 5:30-8:00 on Oct. 16, 18 and 23. The focus of the student-led conferences is to allow your child to demonstrate his/her scholastic accomplishments. As a family member, you can provide encouragement and help your student set goals for the remainder of the year. Progress Reports have been posted to the Parent Portal.

Our goals for this conference format are:

  • To help families understand what is taking place in the classroom

  • To communicate about student learning

  • To help students accept ownership for learning and behavior

  • To support students in enhancing organizational and leadership skills

  • To assist students in building self-esteem and self-confidence

Each conference will last approximately 10 minutes and we encourage students and family members to visit as many teachers as they would like, in each teacher’s classroom. There will be numerous student-led conferences taking place at one time within each classroom. We invite you to begin student-led conferencing in any of your child’s teachers’ classrooms, when there is an open space. Throughout this process there will be opportunities to have brief conversations with teachers and your child.

We look forward to working with you and your student!


BHMS Administration and Teachers

Questions for Family Members to Ask at your Child's Parent-Teacher Conference

Teacher Availability:

Ms. Beri

  • Tuesday, October 23 5:30-8:00

Mrs. Calloway

  • Tuesday, October 23 Not available

Mrs. Hayes

  • Tuesday, October 23 5:30 - 7:00

Mrs. Monley

  • Tuesday, October 23 5:30 - 7:00

Mrs. Pearse

  • Tuesday, October 23 5:30 - 7:30

Student lead Parent-Teacher Conference Meals: MAJOR HELP NEEDED

Please use the following links to sign-up to provide food for the teachers during student lead parent teacher conferences.

Pasta Night Tuesday October 23 -

The Math Department is also in need of some help:

Lost and Found

Our lost and found is overflowing. Please check in the lost and found for any missing items. A table will be out during Tuesday night conferences. After next week all lost items will be donated to charity. Thank you

Little Eagles’ Child Development Playschool

The Child Development class at Broomfield HIgh School will soon be opening the Little Eagles’ Child Development Playschool and we are looking for children ages three to five years old. This is an excellent opportunity for our students to gain practical experience working with young children. If you are interested in enrolling your pre-school aged child, please email for more information.

BHMS would like to say THANK THANK THANK YOU! YOU! YOU! (...for grocery shopping)

Learn more about using SCRIP to raise for funds for our school at no cost to you!


With the cooler temperatures coming, we want to make sure everyone is aware of our cold weather policy. Our students will be outdoors until the bell rings every day, unless the weather drops below 20 degrees or it's significantly raining/snowing. Only in these instances will we open up the cafeteria and allow students to enter the building before the first bell. Please make sure your student is dressing appropriately for the season!

Enrichment at BHMS

Enrichment at BHMS

TAG is now GT (Gifted and Talented)

Attention all TAG families! Please sign up for an ALP appointment time slot on this spreadsheet!

If you have any questions, please email me at If you are unable to make any of the available times, we will also be available by request before and after school. Thank you for your support in getting these plans written.

Club Meeting Times and Places for 2018-2019 School Year:

*Please note, any and all students are welcome to join ALL of these clubs, you do not have to be TAG identified to join in the fun!

TAG-Wednesdays after school from 3:45-4:45pm in the Innovation Area beginning on 8/22

Brain Bowl: Friday Morning from 7:45-8:30am in Room 204 beginning on 8/24

Battle of the Books: Tuesdays after school from 3:45-4:45 (we will begin once the book list is made available which should be in late September or early October)

Destination Imagination: This is a parent run activity, if your student is interested, please email me and I will put together an email list of interested families! You must form your own groups, I will help facilitate the process (

2019 Great Words, Great Works Book List

Each year, the Scripps National Spelling Bee publishes its School Spelling Bee Study List, a list of 450 words to help students prepare for a school-level spelling bee. These 450 words come from a list of books carefully selected by the Bee’s editorial team for their engaging and age-appropriate content, as well as their rich vocabulary. That list of books is called the Great Words, Great Works list.

Attention TAG Parents! Are you interested in attending a conference?

Parent Institute registration is open!

On Monday evening, October 22, 2018, please join us for the Parent Institute at our 41st Annual CAGT Conference: "Putting the Pieces Together: Understanding Giftedness". This is a time for parents, guardians and educators interested in gifted children to come together to hear national and local experts share their knowledge and answer some of your questions. For more information please click here.

Video Announcements

Take a look at what our Publications classes are working on! Video announcements are shown every Wednesday and Friday morning.

BHMS Spirit Wear

If you are interested in purchasing BHMS Spirit Wear here is the flyer and order form.


Sports registration link:

Athletic Calendar: You can view the athletic calendar on the BHMS website home page. If you have a Gmail account, you can also save our school/sports calendars to your account.

Upcoming Sports:

Thursday, 11/1 - 8th Interscholastic Boys Basketball - Information/First Practice 3:50 to 5:15 PM - Sports physical required. Registration deadline 10/22.

Tuesday, 12/18 - 8th Interscholastic Girls Basketball - Information/First Practice 3:50 to 5:15 PM - Sports physical required. Registration deadline 12/13.

When registering for a sport, you will come across the payment options of Pay Now and Pay at School. If you will be paying via check, cash, or are fee exempt/free or reduced lunch, please pick Pay at School. (Please note that the Administrative Waiver applies only to those who receive free/reduced lunch and/or are exempt from school fees.)

Homework Club

Homework Club has begun! This is a supervised time before school on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 7:45 AM to 8:30 AM in the cafetorium. (There is no Homework Club on Wednesdays.) Students must sign in at the front office before attending, and they must have school work to do. Students also need to arrive prior to 8:25 to attend Homework Club.


The attendance office needs to be notified of ALL absences. If we don’t receive an attendance email or phone call, your student will be marked Unexcused for that day. If you need to pick up your student during the school day, we appreciate an early phone call so we can deliver a pass ahead of time. Please report all absences via email at or call 720-561-8402.


M, T, Th, F

Breakfast students only - 8:15

First bell - 8:33

School begins - 8:40


Breakfast students only - 9:15

First bell - 9:28

School begins - 9:35