What does it mean to be a BCD student? BCD Students Are... Prepared.
Outstanding faculty, small class size and a rigorous curriculum prepare BCD students for success in any quality high school and beyond.
BCD SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
BCD partners with Wholesome Food Services (WFS) for our lunch program. WFS mission is to provide parents and schools high quality nutrient dense lunches that kids love, along with the very best service. They partner with select Fresh-Casual and local restaurants, many of whom are Colorado based.
Mondays: Noodles (PTO fundraiser, ordered through WFS website)
Wednesdays: Pizza (PTO fundraiser, ordered through WFS website)
Thursdays: Tokyo Joe's
Fridays: Mad Greens
Lunch Ordering - It's Easy!
You may order for each week or up to two months in advance.
Lunch orders are due by Noon on Saturday for the next week.
Select "Register Here" (no charge or obligation!)
Set up child's profile (select "add profile").
Select "order now" to place orders. Orders may be placed by noon on Saturday for the next week, and up to two months in advance.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING IMMUNIZATIONS. Please click here to view important updates from the Colorado Department of Health regarding the necessary immunizations for children in grades K - 12. Please note that you are required to furnish a current immunization record, or the appropriate exemption form, for your child or children at the beginning of the 2012-13 school year.
ALLERGY / ASTHMA / MEDICATION INFORMATION. Students with severe allergies who require an Epi-Pen for emergency use at school are required to have an Allergy and Anaphylasix Action Plan in place with the school. Click here for the form which must be completed by you and your health care provider. If your child is also diagnosed with asthma and requires an inhaler at school, the Colorado State Asthma Care Plan needs to be completed as well - click here for the form. Regrettably, we cannot accept any medication without the required authorization/paperwork.
If your child will carry his or her own inhaler or Epi-Pen, the appropriate contract must be completed by you and your child and provided to the school. Please click here for the Student Carry Inhaler Contract or click here for the Student Carry Epi-Pen Contract.
If your child requires any additional medication at school, a separate medication permission form signed by both parent and health care provider is required. Please remember a separate form is required for each medication. Please click here to download and print the Medication Administration form. Again, please remember that we cannot accept any medication without the required authorization/paperwork.
2013-14 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS
School supply lists will be made available in the spring for the 2014-15 academic year.
UNIFORM & DRESS CODE
FROM OUR LIBRARY - SUMMER READING LISTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE - Simply click on the appropriate grade level below to go their summer reading lists.