Stanley BPS Community Support Fund

  • Community Support Fund The Stanley BPS Community Support Fund was established in April 2020 to provide tuition assistance to families with increased financial need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are so grateful to the Wege Foundation and the Goodwillie family who pledged their support by offering a matching grant: All contributions to the fund will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $20,000 -- and we have met that match! 

    Donations are still welcome. If you are interested in making a contribution to the Community Support Fund, do so securely at stanleybps.org/donate or by contacting the Office of Community Engagement at communityengagement@stanleybps.org

    The people in the Stanley community are the heart and soul of our school. Thank you for making a gift to support our families.

Care of a Community

Home-learning program

  • British Primary education carries on. Governor Polis has directed all schools in Colorado suspend in-person learning through April 17, and Stanley teachers are conducting a home-based learning program through Friday, March 27. We will observe Stanley's spring break March 30-Monday, April 6, and phase-two home learning will run from April 7-17

    Home learning program

    Teaching and learning – in-person or otherwise – should align with core principles of our educational philosophy and values including flexibility, choice, student agency, student-teacher connection, equity and experiential learning. The goal of home learning is not to replicate a Stanley classroom experience, but to enable students to continue to progress in developing essential skills and concepts while maintaining connection with classmates and teachers in meaningful ways. Parents, please see letters home at right, from teachers via email, and watch your inbox for sign-ups for teacher-student phone calls. 

Resources for you and our neighbors

What we know about coronavirus

  • What is COVID-19?

    Awareness and preparedness are critical. Learn more about the COVID-19 virus from the CDC.

    What is the health risk from COVID-19 in Colorado?

    Cases of COVID-19 are present in Colorado and Denver County. For the health of everyone, grandparents, parents, healthcare workers, friends and neighbors, we must all behave as though we have been exposed and observe the state's prevention and community spread guidelines.  

    What do we know about the risks to children?

    There is no evidence that children are more susceptible to COVID-19. Most confirmed cases have occurred in adults. In outbreaks of SARS and MERS, infection among children was relatively uncommon and symptoms were mild. Reports available indicate that COVID-19 symptoms in children may present mildly.

    How can I do my part to keep Stanley healthy and safe?

    The American Academy of Pediatrics provides useful information at healthychildren.org. In addition, while any individual may never show symptoms or require medical care, individual actions can put others at risk; Stanley is taking steps to help protect the health of the public overall. 

How Stanley families can help

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