Students of Boulder Valley School District Have Come Together to Create This Unique Exhibit
People across the towns of Boulder Valley and across the decades have made a significant impact on the communities we live in today. Over a 6-week period, students from 4 Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) schools worked on a project with the driving question of, “How can we, as little humans of BVSD, celebrate the stories of our community?”
In driving to answer this question, students from first to third grade have honed their teamwork, story writing, research and speaking skills, while learning history, geography, math, and literacy. Come join us at the Museum of Boulder for an exhibition featuring the work of these students while exploring student-created artifacts, interviews, and stories of people in our community.
The Humans of Boulder Valley exhibit is a culmination of this 6-week project-based learning unit. The students of University Hill, Ryan, Kohl, and Meadowlark schools have uncovered some pretty amazing stories of the people in their communities, in their families, and of themselves.
The Museum of Boulder provides engaging experiences that celebrate the spirit of Boulder. Through dynamic exhibits and captivating programs, visitors discover the stories of our past, explore the creativity and innovation of the present, and envision the future of our community. The museum is a catalyst for conversation and a welcoming place that we hope you set some time aside to experience!
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Friday, April 5, 2019—9:00 AM
Event Venue Location:
Museum of Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80302