Colorado Education Pandemic Relief Funds

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed three stimulus bills that include funding for education. Find information about each of the 178 Colorado school districts and the Boards of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES) below by selecting the district or BOCES name. Click HERE to view Districts by list. Click HERE if you have edits or updates you would like to submit for your district.

NEW: ESSER I Key Takeaways
NEW FOR DISTRICTS: ESSER II Fact Sheets for districts
NEW FOR BOCES: ESSER II Fact Sheets for BOCES
BOCES ESSER I Fact Sheets

BOCES

  • Adams County BOCES

    BOCES

    Adams County BOCES

    Services Provided:

    Member Districts: Adams 50 - Westminster; Brighton 27J; Mapleton

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $0.00
    ESSER II: $58,735.28
    ESSER III: $86,703.85

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  • Centennial BOCES

    BOCES

    Centennial BOCES

    Centennial BOCES, or Board of Cooperative Educational Services, is a cooperative agency that provides educational services to school districts across northern Colorado. The pooled resources at BOCES allow for more educational opportunities in small, rural districts that may not be able to afford some services on their own, and in larger districts that would like to partake in educational innovation.

    Services Provided: Alternative Principal Licensure Program (APLP); Alternative Teacher Licensure Program (ATLP); College and Career Resources; Mandatory Reporting Training for Adults; Mandatory Reporting Training for Youth; Media Library

    Member Districts: Briggsdale RE-10; Brush RE2J; Eaton RE-2; Morgan County RE-3; Estes Park R-3; Pawnee RE-12; Platte Valley RE-7; Prairie RE-11; Valley RE-1 - Sterling; St. Vrain Valley RE-1J; Weld RE-1; Weld RE-9; Weldon Valley RE-20J; Wiggins RE-50J

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $126,281.00
    ESSER II: $278,723.45
    ESSER III: $407,497.14

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  • Colorado River BOCES

    BOCES

    Colorado River BOCES

    Colorado River BOCES empowers teachers and students for a brighter future.

    Services Provided: Colorado Empowered Learning; Career and Technical Education; Gifted Education; Speial Education; Sectopm 504 Handbook

    Member Districts: De Beque School District 49 JT;Garfield School District 16;Garfield School District Re2;Roaring Fork School District

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $88,932.00
    ESSER II: $193,362.30
    ESSER III: $314,200.28

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  • East Central BOCES

    BOCES

    East Central BOCES

    The East Central BOCES provides services to member districts. Making a difference for students.

    Services Provided: Professional Development; Special Education; Educational Technology; Federal Programs Assistance; Gifted and Talented; Response to Intervention; Alternative Licensure

    Member Districts: Agate;Arickaree;Arriba-Flagler;Bennett;Bethune;Burlington;Byers;Cheyenne Wells;Deer Trail;Genoa-Hugo;Hi Plains;Idalia;Karval;Kiowa;Kit Carson;Liberty;Limon;Stratton;Strasburg;Woodlin

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $124,529.26
    ESSER II: $181,855.68
    ESSER III: $218,914.98

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  • Education reEnvisioned BOCES

    BOCES

    Education reEnvisioned BOCES

    The Education reEnvisioned BOCES will develop and deliver services to BOCES, districts and authorized schools to expand availability and access to quality, innovative public education programs in Colorado families and students seek.We believe that better education methods and formats continue to emerge and so resolve that the Education reEnvisioned BOCES will be a welcoming host to innovative, exceptional programs and schools and a wellspring of better education models, encouraging proliferation through partnerships with other districts and BOCES.

    Services Provided: Teacher and Special Service Provider Induction Program; Professional Support Services

    Member Districts: Falcon 49, Pikes Peak Community College

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $19,219.15
    ESSER II: $63,996.54
    ESSER III: $90,456.09

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  • Expeditionary BOCES

    BOCES

    Expeditionary BOCES

    The Rocky Mountain School of Expeditionary Learning (RMSEL) is a Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)-- an administrative body created in the Intergovernmental Agreement among the five districts that sponsor RMSEL (Aurora, Cherry Creek, Denver, Douglas and Littleton).

    Services Provided: Expeditionary Learning is an educational system that differs from traditional systems in three main ways: In Expeditionary Learning schools, students learn by conducting "learning expeditions" rather than by sitting in a classroom being taught one subject at a time; Expeditionary Learning works on developing the character -- as well as the intellect -- of students; and Expeditionary Learning changes not only how students learn but also a school's culture.

    Member Districts: Aurora Public Schools; Cherry Creek Schools; Denver Public Schools; Douglas County Schools; Littleton Public Schools

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $55,200.00
    ESSER II: $319,576.00
    ESSER III: $593,181.04

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  • Front Range BOCES

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    Front Range BOCES

    Front Range BOCES strengthens educators&#8217; leadership and instructional practices while elevating student voice in learning-related conversations.<br /> We do this exciting work via professional learning, customized experiences and coaching to inspire new thinking, catalyze connections, and generate energy - all in a supportive, safe environment.

    Services Provided: Enhancing Team Dynamics; Navigating Conflict and Change; Instructional Community of Practice; Operational Exchange; Office Hours for On the Spot Problem Solving; Counselors and Mental Health Professionals' Lounge; Assistant Principals' and Deans' Lounge

    Member Districts: Aurora; Boulder Valley; Brighton 27J; Cherry Creek; Clear Creek; Littleton; Adams 14; Douglas County; Jefferson County R-1

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $0.00
    ESSER II: $56,900.55
    ESSER III: $84,092.11

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  • Grand Valley BOCES

    BOCES

    Grand Valley BOCES

    Services Provided:

    Member Districts: Mesa 51; Montrose RE-1J

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $0.00
    ESSER II: $48,045.47
    ESSER III: $70,981.50

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  • Mountain BOCES

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    Mountain BOCES

    Through collaboration, partnership and extended networks, Mountain BOCES provides services and create opportunities that support equitable, high-quality education experiences for youth and adults.

    Services Provided: Specialized Services; Gifted Education Services; Frontline Program; Student Records Request

    Member Districts: Buena Vista R31; Lake County RE-1; Park County RE-2; Salida R-32-J

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $21,456.27
    ESSER II: $88,773.99
    ESSER III: $107,512.77

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  • Mt. Evans BOCES

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    Mt. Evans BOCES

    Mt. Evans BOCES exists to meet the needs of exceptional students in our 3 member districts, Clear Creek, Platte Canyon, and Gilpin County. Although all students are exceptional in their own way, students who are identified as gifted or as having a disability require specialized programming and services tailored to their unique needs.

    Services Provided: Special Education; Gifted Education

    Member Districts: Gilpin County; Platte Canyon; Clear Creek

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $27,317.45
    ESSER II: $58,524.33
    ESSER III: $72,732.29

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  • Northeast BOCES

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    Northeast BOCES

    Northeast Colorado BOCES was formed in July, 1966, by seven districts. The districts were Akron, Haxtun, Holyoke, Julesburg, Otis, Valley (Sterling), and West Yuma. The following months of that year, Arickaree, Lone Star, Fleming, Merino, and Woodlin were accepted as members, bringing the total to 12. The initial project selected by the members was to form an area vocational school for students. In January of 1967, a cooperative to provide special education was agreed upon. Presently, NE BOCES has twelve members: Akron, Fleming, Haxtun, Holyoke, Julesburg, Lone Star, Merino, Otis, Peetz, Revere, Wray, and Yuma.

    Services Provided: Special education; professional development; teacher preparation; federal grants; gifted & talented; data; technology; distance learning; career and technical education (vocational); school to work; cooperative purchasing programs

    Member Districts: Akron; Buffalo (Merino); Frenchman (Fleming); Haxtun; Holyoke; Julesburg; Lone Star; Plateau (Peetz); Revere; Otis; Wray; Yuma

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $64,862.96
    ESSER II: $129,008.37
    ESSER III: $151,318.92

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  • Northwest BOCES

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    Northwest BOCES

    NW BOCES is committed to offering professional learning that is meaningful, flexible, personalized, and effective to meet the needs of the educators in our member districts. The NW BOCES believes high-quality professional learning directly impacts student learning and growth.

    Services Provided: Special Education; Professional Learning; Alternative Licensure; Induction; Gifted Education

    Member Districts: East Grand; West Grand; North Park; Steamboat Springs; Hayden; South Routt; Moffat County RE No 1

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $0.00
    ESSER II: $100,064.67
    ESSER III: $117,601.72

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  • Pikes Peak BOCES

    BOCES

    Pikes Peak BOCES

    Pikes Peak BOCES supports the educational priorities of school districts and their communities through collaboration, effective innovation, and quality services.

    Services Provided: Gifted and Talented; Information Technology; Professional Development; School of Excellence; School to Work Alliance Program; Pikes Peak Business and Education Alliance; Special Education; Two Year Alternative Licensure Program; Workkeys Testing

    Member Districts: Big Sandy 100J(Simla); Calhan RJ1; Edison 54 JT; Elbert 200; Ellicott 22; Fremont RE-2; Hanover 28; Miami Yoder 60; Peyton 23JT

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $4,332.40
    ESSER II: $146,931.00
    ESSER III: $189,085.78

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  • Rio Blanco BOCES

    BOCES

    Rio Blanco BOCES

    Rio Blanco BOCES is committed to partnering with our member districts to support and deliver educational and instructional programs to enable each district to meet the individual needs and unique priorities of the students, parents, staff and community we serve.

    Services Provided: Special Education; Early Childhood; Gifted Education; School-to-Work Alliance Program; Professional Development; Induction

    Member Districts: Meeker RE-1; Rangely RE-4

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $49,434.11
    ESSER II: $49,104.08
    ESSER III: $61,971.86

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  • San Juan BOCES

    BOCES

    San Juan BOCES

    San Juan BOCES was created in 1973. In July 2010, Southwest BOCES merged with San Juan BOCES. The San Juan BOCES advances equal access and personalized learning for each and every child since 1973.

    Services Provided: Inspire Innovation; E-School; Early Childhood; Grant Work; Professional Learning; School to Work Alliance Program; Specialized Services; Events

    Member Districts: Archuleta School District 50 JT, Bayfield School District 10 JT-R, Dolores School District RE-4A, Dolores County School District RE-2(J) (Dove Creek), Ignacio School District 11 JT, Mancos School District RE-6, Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1, Silverton School District 1,

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $45,596.17
    ESSER II: $133,021.36
    ESSER III: $147,267.43

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  • San Luis Valley BOCES

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    San Luis Valley BOCES

    Through collaboration with member districts, the San Luis Valley BOCES brings a culture of excellence to education.

    Services Provided: Special Education; Professional Development

    Member Districts: Alamosa; Centennial; Center 26J; Creede School District; Upper Rio Grande School District C-7; Moffat 2; Monte Vista C-8; Mountain Valley RE1; North Conejos RE-1J; Sanford 6J; Sangre De Cristo Re-22J; Sargent RE-33J; Sierra Grande School R-30; South Conejos RE-10

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $43,401.85
    ESSER II: $133,653.32
    ESSER III: $162,864.57

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  • Santa Fe Trail BOCES

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    Santa Fe Trail BOCES

    Santa Fe Trail BOCES (FTBOCES) was formed in July, 1999 by five districts. The districts were Cheraw, East Otero, Las Animas, Rocky Ford and Swink. In 2008 Wiley was accepted as a member, bringing the total to six. ?The SFTBOCES also operates as a Special Education Administrative Unit for the member districts.

    Services Provided: Autism; Child Find; Educator Effectiveness; Extended School Year; Gifted and Talented; Hearing; Induction Program; Motor Therapy; Preschool; Professional Learning Opportunities; School Health Professional Grant; School Psychology; SEAL Academy; Speech Therapy; Transition

    Member Districts: Cheraw 31; East Otero R-1; Las Animas RE-1; Rocky Ford R-2; Swink 33; Wiley RE-13 Jt

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $36,667.78
    ESSER II: $98,684.88
    ESSER III: $114,125.62

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  • South Central BOCES

    BOCES

    South Central BOCES

    The South Central BOCES leverages knowledge and resources across member districts to support the individual and collective success of all students.

    Services Provided: Special Education; Gifted Education; Induction; Child Find

    Member Districts: Aguilar RE-6; Branson Reorganized 82; Cotopaxi RE-3; Crowley County RE-1-J; Custer County School District C-1; Fowler RE-4J; Hoehne RE-3; Huerfano RE-1; LaVeta RE-2; Manzanola 3J; Primero RE-2; Trinidad 1

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $13,000.31
    ESSER II: $130,338.05
    ESSER III: $156,412.18

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  • Southeastern BOCES

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    Southeastern BOCES

    The Southeastern Board of Cooperative Educational Services (SEBOCES) shall strive to be service-oriented and dedicated toward fostering a partnership with all member school districts by facilitating and sharing quality services that supplement and support the educational needs of students.

    Services Provided: Alternative Licensure; Business Department/HR; Child Find; Distance Learning Program; Exceptional Student Services; Gifted and Talented; Induction; Professional Learning

    Member Districts: Campo School District RE-6; Eads School District RE-1; Granada School District RE-1; Holly School District RE-3; Kim Reorganized School District; Lamar School District RE-2; McClave School District RE-2; Plainview School District RE-2; Pritchett School District RE-3;

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $14,299.76
    ESSER II: $96,952.71
    ESSER III: $126,601.62

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  • Uncompahgre BOCES

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    Uncompahgre BOCES

    The Uncompahgre Board of Cooperative Educational Services (UnBOCES) was established in 1994. The UnBOCES is a regional educational service unit designed to provide Special Education services and supporting instructional, administrative, staff, and other services determined by participating member districts.

    Services Provided: Audiology; Autism Team; Childfind; Cultural Mediator; Disability Assessment and Evaluation; Early Entrance; Early Childhood; Gifted and Talented; Nurse Support; Occupational Therapy; School Psychology; School to Work Alliance Program; Special Education; Speech Language Therapy; Staff Development; Suicide and Threat Risk Assessment; West Central Alternative Licensure

    Member Districts: Norwood School District; Ouray School District; Ridgway School District;Telluride School District; West End School District

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $10,248.40
    ESSER II: $63,786.43
    ESSER III: $81,602.00

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  • Ute Pass BOCES

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    Ute Pass BOCES

    Special educators in the Ute Pass BOCES will act as skill-building advocates in order to provide fair and appropriate access to resources and opportunities for students so they can become functionally independent according to their potential.

    Services Provided: Special Education; Autism/Behavioral; Gifted and Talented; Business Services/HR; Assistive Technology; Inventory; PPITT Directory

    Member Districts: Manitou Springs District 14; Woodland Park School District; Cripple Creek-Victor School District

    Federal Stimulus Funding
    ESSER I: $3,743.13
    ESSER II: $72,398.75
    ESSER III: $84,607.20

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Colorado School Districts

Small Rural: Fewer than 1,000 students

Rural: Between 1,001 - 6,500 students