Join the BOE Student Advisory Council
Students who would like to share their experiences and ideas with the Poudre School District Board of Education in the 2023-24 school year should consider applying for the Student Advisory Council (StAC).
The council will meet monthly to share what is going on in schools and offer insight on the student experience.
Participants will have the opportunity to share thoughts on topics at the district level that the board is considering (“big picture” items such as mental health and belonging, syllabus input, student-district communication improvements, etc.). A subset of council members will occasionally present at board meetings.
All students interested in being a part of the StAC are invited to complete this form. Additional questions can be sent to board directors Kristen Draper at email@example.com or Jessica Zamora at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrating the Class of 2023
It is Poudre School District’s honor to celebrate the Class of 2023 and their accomplishments at convocation ceremonies this May. See highlights of ceremonies here.
2023 Grads at a Glance: Seniors Making Connections
In this year’s Grads at a Glance series, students connect with scientists, business leaders, novelists, poets, mechanics and more right here in our community. You can watch their rich conversations featuring their experiences, career aspirations, and perhaps most importantly: guidance from trusted members of our community. You can also read about students who share their personal stories through question and answer features.
New stories about these soon-to-be graduates are rolled out each week on the 2023 Grads at a Glance website. Enjoy getting to know these aspiring seniors!
Keiry Mendoza is a senior who found her passion for science at Centennial High School. She is a leader at her school and has overcome many challenges to graduate early. Next year, she'll attend the University of Northern Colorado to study biology.
Neva Foy, Polaris Expeditionary Learning School senior, aspires to be a published poet. She talks with a local published poet who is also the director of creative writing at Colorado State University.
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Need support now? If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available - call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org.
People who call or text the 988 number are connected to a trained counselor at a crisis center closest to them. If a local crisis center is too busy to respond right away, the call gets routed to one of 16 backup centers around the country. More 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline >>
I Matter Free Youth Therapy Sessions
Colorado youth and their parents can visit IMatterColorado.org and YoImportoColorado.org to take a confidential online survey about their mental health and schedule sessions with a licensed behavioral health clinician. The I Matter program provides up to six free mental health sessions with a licensed provider and is open to youth 18 years of age or younger, or 21 years of age or younger if receiving special education services. Per state law, youth 12 and older can consent to therapy. Parents of youth 11 and younger need to take the survey and consent to services for their youth. Learn more on the I Matter website or at YoImportoColorado.org.
StudentVUE gives students and parents (ParentVue) access to school and student information, verification of contact information and more. Students use their user name and password (the same user name - student ID - and password used for email and other PSD programs). Students who have forgotten their password should contact their school. For more information about the system, visit the ParentVUE and Student Grades web page.
Safe2Tell - Call 1-877-542-SAFE (7233)
Make a Report. Make a Difference
Anonymously report issues that concern or threaten you, your friends, your family or your community - submit a tip by visiting the Safe2Tell website or by calling 1-877-542-7233. All reports are anonymous
School Clubs and Organizations
For information about school clubs and to see a listing of student-led clubs by school, visit the School Clubs and Organizations web page.
Follow PSD Social!
Photos and videos of students and school events are featured on the PSD Instagram site, as well as the Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Accessibility: PSD is committed to ensuring information on the website and through other communication tools is accessible to everyone. If you have difficulty accessing information from the PSD website or would like information in an alternative format, please email email@example.com.