Every child deserves a strong start in school.
Monarch PK-8's full day kindergarten program provides an opportunity for students to learn through play.
First grade at Monarch PK-8 is a space for exploration!
In second grade at Monarch PK-8, we truly value collaboration.
Third Grade at Monarch PK-8 is a pivotal year for children as they become more independent learners.
Fourth grade a Monarch PK-8 is a year where students focus on growth mindset and are encouraged to take risks.
Fifth grade at Monarch PK-8 is hands on, where our curriculum is explored through Inquiry and Project Based Learning.
Welcome to 6th grade! We believe in working together to ensure every student succeeds.
Welcome to 7th grade. We are an experienced and dedicated group of educators, working to nurture each student's unique potential by creating authentic and meaningful relationships.
Welcome to 8th grade! In 8th grade, we help our students build tenacity and work to their full potential.
There are many resources available for parents and students to explore in our School Life section.
Monarch PK-8 has a wide variety of sports and activities that students can participate in to expand their opportunities.
To report bullying, complete this form. The school administrator will promptly conduct an investigation and provide the parent/guardian a report after the investigation is complete. If you have any questions, please contact your school’s principal. For more information regarding bullying, click HERE.
BVSD Board of Education President Nicole Rajpal has been actively involved in the school district since her children were BVSD kindergarten students. Now her kids are in middle and high school and over that time Rajpal’s positive impact on the students and staff experience in BVSD continues to grow.
On February 1, Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) hosted a group of leaders from the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) and nearly 60 educators from 19 other school districts in the state to discuss practices and approaches for supporting newcomer students.
Wanda Vasquez Garcia has been a music teacher at Escuela Bilingüe Pioneer for the past five years, but her love for music began at a very young age. Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, her father, a librarian for the National Symphony Orchestra in the Dominican Republic, played a crucial role in her musical upbringing, opening doors to opportunities that she might not have otherwise encountered. Bilingualism and her multicultural background serve her well in her role as the music teacher at a dual language school. Now, her mission is to extend those possibilities to her students, helping them grow and learn through music.
Jorge Chavez was recently elected to the BVSD Board of Education in December 2023. He brings a unique blend of expertise in sociology and criminology to his role. Currently serving as an associate professor at CU Denver's School of Education and Human Development, Chavez's academic focus on social issues seamlessly aligns with his responsibilities on the School Board.