Orders and payment are due to the school office in Dow City or Dunlap by Wednesday, September 18th
Checks should be payable to BV Student Council
For questions please contact any student council member or Jodi Malone at the high school
712.643.2251 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the tentative agenda for the September 16, 2019 School Board Meeting.
The Boyer Valley Class of 2021 is currently painting paw prints in an effort to fundraise for prom. Paw prints can be painted on your driveway (or any solid
surface) and can be customized to your liking. Thank you for supporting the junior class and your Boyer Valley Bulldogs! You can click on this link to fill out a form for a Paw Print.
WHO; Sponsored by the Cheer Squad
WHY; For the Micah House in Council Bluffs
WHAT; Bring your clean, used clothing
WHERE; To the Art Room (219)
WHEN; WED, THR, & FRI AUG 28-30
Elementary & MS/HS Breakfast Menus
Elementary Lunch Menus
MS/HS Lunch Menus
For school meal nutritional information contact the Hot Lunch Program Supervisor at either location.
Strong public schools depend on effective leadership
Interested Iowans should consider school board service
Print this article; GET ON BOARD.pdf
The Iowa Association of School Boards and Boyer Valley Community Schools urge Iowans passionate about
education to consider running in the November 5 school board election. Public schools need strong leadership and
governance to ensure a bright future for all children and communities across the state.
Strong leadership is critical to moving education forward in our state. School board members play significant roles
in their communities – they must have leadership, vision and dedication. They are charged with accountability for
student learning, determining educational goals, setting policy, overseeing school finances and more.
School board members are elected to serve four-year terms, with elections taking place in odd-numbered years.
Those elected receive no pay. Experienced school board members say the rewards of service lie in meeting the
needs of children and communities.
The Boyer Valley Community Schools has 4 seats up for election on November 5. Nominations for open seats
can be filed between August 26 and September 19. See all key dates and deadlines at www.ia-sb.org/getonboard.
District 1 (Crawford/Shelby (2 seats) and District 2 (Harrison/Monona) 2 seats. Current Board members seats up
for re-election: District 1-Kelly Garrett and Pat Putnam and District 2-Steve Puck and Paul Klein.
Nomination papers for school board seats are available from the board secretary. Boyer Valley CSD Business
Office. School board candidates must obtain the signatures of at least 1% of the qualified electors of the district or
50 electors, whichever is less, but at least 17 signatures.
For information on rewards of board service, campaign finance disclosure law, conflict of interest, key dates and
candidate education, visit www.ia-sb.org/getonboard.
Aug. 26 First Day for Candidate Filing: First day to file nomination papers with the board secretary.
Sept. 19 Candidate Filing Deadline: Last day to file nomination papers with the board secretary. Deadline is 5 p.m.
Sept. 20 Nominations Delivered: Board secretaries deliver nomination papers to controlling commissioner.
Deadline is noon.
Sept. 21 Last Day for Vacancies: Vacancies or resignations on a school board occurring after today must be filled
at the school board election if a valid petition for election is filed. Any appointments made will be temporary until the
Sept. 24 Withdrawal Deadline: Last day candidates may withdraw. Last day written objections to nom