Parents are a very important part of our community. Please take the time to read through this website to learn about our school and the many opportunities that are available.
- Attendance & Absences
- BELL SCHEDULE
- School & District Directories
- School Closures
- School Online Resources
- Handbooks & Policies
- Update My Contact Information
- FUNDRAISING INITIATIVES
- FEES AND PAYMENTS
- VOLUNTEER INFORMATION
- Lunch Menus
- SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST
Attendance & Absences
As a reminder, BVSD's illness protocol follows CDPHE's How Sick is Too Sick guidelines.
Students may return to school or child care as long as the symptom(s) have been resolved for 24 hours unless the symptoms are caused by an illness that requires them to stay home longer.
COVID testing is recommended, not required, for anyone with COVID-like symptoms or a known exposure
Testing is available through BVSD and COVID Check Colorado throughout the district - see the schedule here
COVID-like symptoms include:
- Fever (100.4 and above), chills, new or worsening cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, runny nose or congestion, muscle or body aches, headache, fatigue, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea
Any individual who tests positive must isolate at home until:
They have had no fever for at least 24 hours — without the use of fever-reducing medicines, AND
Symptoms are improving, AND
It has been at least 5 days since symptoms began. (If symptoms do not develop, count 5 days from when the test was administered.)
Individuals should then wear a well-fitted mask for the next 5 days when around others. If they are unable to effectively wear a mask for an additional 5 days, they should isolate for the full 10 days.
If you have questions about returning to school after an illness, please contact our school's health office.
Parents and guardians can log in to their Infinite Campus Parent Portal site to notify School staff of an expected student absence. This will ensure the authenticity of reported absences, while also providing families with improved communication when a student misses class.
See below for a step-by-step guide that can help you through the process.
The BVSD Report Absence Form allows parents and guardians to securely report a student’s absence from school for a single day. Users submitting an absence report will receive a confirmation email at the contact email address listed in Infinite Campus. The form can be toggled between English and Spanish. Confirmation emails will be sent in English or Spanish depending on the preferred language of the user listed in Infinite Campus.
Students are not able to self-report absences from Campus Student.
How to use the BVSD Excused Absence Form
Log in to the Campus Parent website from any internet-connected computer, tablet, or mobile device with your Infinite Campus username and password. Or login to the Parent Portal app.
In left-hand menu, click More (If menu not visible, click Hamburger icon )
In “Quick Links” section, click “Report Absence”
Complete fields and click “Submit”
To report absence for a second child, click the intended individual’s tab. The active student tab is blue.
To Switch Form Between Spanish and English
Once logged into the form, use the select list in the upper right corner of the screen to select desired language.
If you run into troubles using the form, don’t know your Infinite Campus log in information, or need a password reset, please contact your School’s office. They will be able to make sure you get the help you need.
School & District Directories
School Online Resources
Handbooks & Policies
Update My Contact Information
Fundraising at Angevine Middle School
*Check Writing Campaign – All families, friends and relatives are welcome to support AMS through our Check Writing Campaign which is exactly what it says; write a check out to AMS for any amount any time throughout the school year. Our goal this year is to raise $30,000 which breaks down to $48 per family. All donations made directly to the school are 100% tax deductible.
*King Soopers Cards
Use your King Soopers card to contribute to the Angevine Middle School Support Fund
No cost to you – benefits go to AMS classroom programs!
Would you like an additional, no-cost way to help provide some much-needed funds to support a variety of academic programs at Angevine Middle School? King Soopers has revamped their Community Rewards program. No need any more to load and use a gift card. You only have to associate your King Soopers loyalty card with Angevine Middle School once. Then every time you check out and scan your King Soopers card, or enter your alternate ID, a percentage of what you spend will be donated to the AMS Support Fund.
It’s easy to set up your account and link your card to the Angevine community on the King Soopers website. Just follow these instructions:
If you have a King Soopers account, login. Otherwise, create a new account – it’s simple.
Once you are logged in, click on “Community Rewards” on the left side
Search for “EL308”, our organization ID or Angevine
On the box with “Angevine Middle School”, click on “Enroll” and confirm
Now, every time you shop for gas or groceries at King Soopers and you use your loyalty card (or alternate ID), a portion of your purchase amount will be donated to Angevine Middle School, at no additional cost to you!
*Milk Caps for Moola – Longmont Dairy gives AMS five cents for each Longmont Dairy beverage cap.
*Box Tops for Education – Traditional Box Tops clips are being phased out of production, but may continue to be found on many products throughout the store. You can still clip and send them to school. Every valid Box Tops clip is worth 10¢ for our school. Make sure each one has a clearly visible product acronym and expiration date. Eventually the Box Tops program will become digital-only. Participating brands are starting to change their packaging from a traditional Box Tops clip to the new Box Top label. If you see this label, use the new Box Tops app to scan your receipt. Box Tops are still worth 10¢ each for your school. The app will find participating products purchased at any store and instantly add cash to your school's earnings online. Last year AMS Student Council received over $800.00 from Box Tops For Education.
*Music Department Fundraiser – The music department fundraiser takes place each November. Money earned from this fundraiser will go toward much needed instruments, music literature, enrichment activities such as symphony and opera field trips, sound equipment, performance tours, music technology, classroom materials and more! We have well over 400 music students at Angevine and our proud of our many outstanding, hardworking, and well-respected musical ensembles. Help support our fantastic young musicians.
*Fall Festival - Every fall AMS has a Fall Festival with Carnival Games and Food Trucks. In 2019 we raised over $18,000.
Thank you for taking the time to support your school!
FEES AND PAYMENTS
Online Payments for Student Fees:
BVSD has contracted with RevTrak, a national credit card payment processor, to provide you a simple, secure, and convenient way of making online payments for your school fees. To log into RevTrak, parents use their Infinite Campus Parent Portal login credentials to pay online with VISA, MasterCard, or Discover credit or debit cards. School web stores accept payments over the internet 24/7.
General Fees Information:
Athletics Fees - Middle School Interscholastic
Fee Amount $85
Per sport (Family maximum of $405, combined HS/ML)
Athletics Fees - Middle School Intramural
Fee Amount $45
Per sport (Family maximum of $405, combined HS/ML)
All students have a personal meal account which may be accessed using their six-digit student ID#. Maintaining a balance in your student’s account eliminates the need to bring lunch money each day and also helps keep the lunch lines moving.
To set up an account or make an online payment, go to BVSD Meal Account Payments and follow the instructions.
Cash or Check
Send cash or check (payable to Boulder Valley School District) in any dollar amount to be credited to your child’s personal meal account. Write your child’s first and last name and student ID# on the check to be sure the money is deposited in the correct account.
Additional information is available on the BVSD website.
When is the first day of school? The first day of school for sixth grade students is Wednesday, August 18th ( not a late start on this Wednesday). The first day for all students is Thursday, August 19th.
What time does school start and end? School begins at 8:45 am and ends at 3:45 pm with the exception of Late Start Wednesday which is every Wednesday. Wednesday's school begins at 9:45 am and ends at 3:45 pm.
What should my 6th grader bring on the first day of school (August 18th)? 6th graders need their lunch, or their student number if you’ve loaded funds in their lunch account to purchase a school lunch. They do not need to bring their backpacks, PE uniforms or any other school supplies.
Is there a bus service for 6th graders the first day? Yes. Buses run at the normal times to transport 6th graders to and from school on the first day.
What does my student need for PE and when should my student bring his/her PE clothes? Your student will be assigned a PE locker during the first week of school, they will need to bring their clothes and be prepared to dress out the next day of PE classes. 7th and 8th graders will likely receive their lockers the first full week of school.
Each student will need a PE uniform and a lock for their PE locker. 7th and 8th grade students are encouraged to use their PE uniforms from the previous year. PE uniforms are available for sale at school for $5.00 for t-shirts and $10.00 for shorts. PE uniforms will be available for purchase on Monday, August 5th during check in and throughout the school year from their PE teacher.
What is an A/B Schedule for 6th Grade Students? 6th graders will all go to PE classes the first few days. They are sorted into A & B groups for PE and Music which will alternate every other day.
Where do I find the bell schedule? The bell schedule is located on the AMS Website.
When does my student get their schedule and what if they need a schedule change? Schedules will be available for pick up on Check-In Day on Tuesday, August 10th from 7:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Your student will get their schedule, only when the registration process is complete and fees have been paid.
When are school pictures taken? School photos will be taken on September 9th.
What if I move or need any of my personal information changed? All changes will be made by the parent through the Annual Data Update tab in the Parent Portal bvsd.org/ADU. You will need to scan proof of your new residence. Documents of proof of address change include: a current utility bill, current signed lease, home/landline phone bill, home cable/internet cable, warranty deed or purchase contract. We cannot accept wireless phone bills, mortgage statements, property tax statements, bank statements, shipping labels and USPS confirmation letters.
If you have NOT yet set up your Parent Portal in Infinite Campus, you should have received an email recently with a Campus Portal Activation Key and instructions. The subject line of the email would have been “Message from BVSD - your access to Infinite Campus Parent Portal” and the sender email address was email@example.com. Please refer to that email to set up your Parent Portal, then return to these directions on how to complete your family’s Annual Data Update. Please contact our Registrar, Sonia Menjivar, at 720-561-5800 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I see my student’s grades/assignments? All grades and assignments will be posted on Infinite Campus. Parents may access their student’s information Infinite Campus through the Parent Portal on the BVSD website. Please contact the school for activation information.
When are report cards sent home? Report cards will be available on Infinite Campus through the Student/Parent Portal after the end of each semester. You will receive a message from the school when report cards have been posted. A hard copy may be requested through the registrar’s office at 720-561-5800 or email: email@example.com
What if my student is sick? Please call the attendance line at 720-561-7102 if your student is going to miss any part of the school day, for any reason. You can also report absences on the AMS website. If a student is absent for an excessive number of days due to illness, a doctor’s note may be required.
What if I need to pick up my student for an appointment during the school day? Send a note in with your student stating what time you need your student in the front office to be picked up. We will give your student a pass to be released from class at that time and they will be waiting in the office. Please come in to sign your student out of the office.
What happens when I receive a phone call stating my student is absent? If you do not call your student in for an absence a message will be generated from the district and will be sent out at 10:15 am and after 4:00 pm, stating your child was absent from school. You must call AMS within 24 hours to excuse your student.
What if my student will be absent for more than a few days? You may request a Pre-Arranged Absence form from the main office.
When can I request homework if my student is absent? You may request homework if your student is absent for two or more days. You can email your student’s teachers directly for homework requests.
What if my student is late to school? Your student should come into the main office to get a pass to class. It will be excused only if you call your student in or send in a note excusing their tardy.
If you have any specific questions about your student’s attendance, please contact Susan Montoya at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-561-7107.
Athletics: Intramural and Interscholastic sports teams practice immediately after school five days a week. Intramural practice time is from 3:45 to 5:00. Interscholastic practice time is from 4:00pm to 5:30pm. The first practice for fall sports is often on the first day of school, so register ahead of time on RevTrak, which is located on the Angevine website.
All Interscholastic sports require a sports physical. It is recommended that sports physicals take place during the summer months for the physical to be valid the entire school year. If you have any questions, please contact Maggie Ramirez at 720-561-7106 or at email@example.com.
How do I sign my student up for sports and how much does it cost? All sports registration must be completed online, which is accessed through the AMS website. The fee for Intramural sports is $45 and the fee for Interscholastic sports are $85. (The only way to waive your fees is to qualify for free/reduced lunches with a free/reduced lunch application.) There is a family cap of $405 per school year.
Clubs: Angevine offers a wide variety of clubs. Clubs typically meet one day each week, after school, ending at 4:45 pm or 5:00 pm. Some of the clubs have information on the Angevine Website. All clubs will have a table with more information, including meeting schedules, at Back to School Night. Pay attention to the flyers, as some clubs have an application or student information sheet to complete. Clubs typically do not start meeting until the 2nd or 3rd week of school.
Before and After School Activities:
Universal Breakfast for All Students: BVSD nutrition services offers Universal Breakfast FREE for all AMS students. Breakfast will be available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 7:30 to 8:30 and on Wednesdays from 9:00 to 9:30.
YMCA Early Morning Homework Help: The Lafayette YMCA provides homework help in the Angevine Library from 7:30 am to 8:30 am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Lafayette Library Homework Center: Angevine students may ride a bus from school to the Lafayette Library after school, where they can have a snack and get help with their homework until 6:30 p.m. Parents must complete a permission form available in the main office. Families make their own arrangements for transportation home. More information will be available at Back to School Night and sent home the first week of school.
YMCA Wednesday Morning Period Zero: YMCA offers a before-school program at Angevine on Wednesdays starting at 8:30 a.m. The YMCA provides supervised activities during this time. Information will be sent home the first week of school and be available at Back to School Night.
How much are school lunches? Middle school student lunches are $3.75 and adult lunches are $5.00.
How do I pay for lunches? Lunches can be paid through the online meal payment system called My Payments Plus. Log onto www.mypaymentsplus.com to register your
free account; please make sure to have your student’s 6-digit ID to complete the process. You can also send cash or check in with your student to give to the lunchroom cashier.
Where is the lunch menu? Lunch calendars are available at school or you can find lunch menus on the BVSD website at http://www.bvsd.org/food/Pages/default.aspx.
How do I apply for the Free/Reduced Lunch (FRL)? The Free/Reduced Lunch (FRL) application will be available through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal in August. Watch for more information about that this summer.
When do buses run on late start Wednesdays? Angevine morning buses run on a delayed scheduled on Wednesdays, delivering students to school in time for first period, which starts at 9:45 am. If the bus schedule you received in the mail (also available on Infinite Campus) did not include Wednesday information, call the BVSD Lafayette Bus Terminal at 720-561-5126 to find out the Wednesday pickup time. It is helpful if you have the route number and stop name from your bus schedule when you call.
How do I Pay My Students School Fees? Fees are collected at the beginning of the school year for the BVSD board approved fees. These fees are approved because of the extra expense that is incurred in these classes. Fees may be paid online (on the link on the Angevine website) or with cash or check at the school. Fees are available to pay before school starts in August and all fees are due by October 1st. The only way to waive your fees is to qualify for free/reduced lunches with a free/reduced lunch application. Free/Reduced lunch applications can be accessed through the Parent Portal.
Where is the entrance and how do I get in the building? The main office is located towards the north end of the building by the flagpole. All visitors including parents must sign in at the main office. All doors except for the main entrance are locked during the school day. Please present your ID when picking up your student.
Where do I drop off and pick up my student? Students should enter the building through their grade level doors on the east side of the building; 8th grade the far south door, 7th grade the middle door and 6th grade north door. Parking is available down the middle of the parking lot and at the north end of the building. Please do not park next to the curb when picking up your student.
Can my student use their cell phone at school? Cell phone use is prohibited during school hours. Cell phones may only be used before school begins and after school ends. Students are welcome to come to the front office if they need to make a phone call on the office phone.
Who can pick my student up from school? Any person listed on your student’s Parent Portal and Emergency Medical form and is over the age of 18 can pick up your student. ID must be presented at the time of pickup. We cannot release students to any person not listed.
How do I receive information from school? There are many times that you will receive information regarding activities at school.
Each week you will receive a weekly update via email.
You may receive phone or text messages regarding special upcoming events. You can change how you receive messages by going to the Contact Manager on the BVSD website at http://www.bvsd.org/parents/Documents/ContactManagerTutorial-Parents.pdf.
You can view daily announcements on Bobcat TV on the AMS website.
Check the AMS website for updates at anm.bvsd.org.
How do I contact my student’s teachers? All staff members can be reached by email. Email addresses are available on the AMS website at anm.bvsd.org.
Who is my student’s counselor? Anna Gamble is the counselor for all 8th grade students and 6th grade last name A-L. Lisa Cech is the counselor for all 7th grade students and 6th grade M-Z.
Can I volunteer at AMS? AMS welcomes volunteers in many different capacities! Please see the AMS website for volunteer information and forms.
What happens if my student gets sick at school? Your student should ask their teacher for a pass to go to the health room.
Can my student carry medication like cough drops at school? All medications including cough drops must be prescribed by your family physician. Medication forms for all medications taken during school hours are available in the health room. All medications will be secured in the health room and administered by delegated school personnel.
*We hope you find this information helpful. Please feel free to contact the front office at 720-561-7100 with any additional questions.
Thank you for volunteering! Volunteers are an integral part of the BVSD community. We appreciate your desire to work with us to achieve greater service for all of the communities we serve.
Volunteer Opportunities - please complete and return to the AMS front office.
Visit the BVSD Volunteer Information Page
If you need more information or have questions please contact Susan Montoya at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720 561-7107.