- Update your student's information - phone, email, emergency and health info, etc.
- Pay fees & confirm registration and enrollment.
- Staffing numbers/hiring is determined by the number of students paid.
- ParentVUE login and password are required.
Parents as Teachers Infants - Age 36 months -
Being a parent is the most important job there is. The free, voluntary Blue Valley Parents as Teachers program is designed to help district families with children birth to age 36 months. From the beginning, the Blue Valley Parent Educators support parents with the knowledge and skills to do a good job. As their child's first teachers, parents make a difference. For parents with a concern about their child's development, hearing or vision, the district provides access to monthly screenings for all children. Registration in the Parents as Teachers program is limited.
Early Childhood Ages 36 months - 5 years
The Peer Model Program provides an opportunity for typically-developing children to be integrated into our Early Childhood Special Education classrooms to serve as role models for our children with special needs. Peer Model students provide positive peer interactions, demonstrate play skills and model appropriate language and behavior for children with special needs while in the classroom setting. We have a limited number of slots available for Peer Models.
Elementary School Grades K - 5
Children who reside in the Blue Valley School District and turn 5 years of age by August 31 are eligible to attend kindergarten that school year. Elementary school begins with half-day kindergarten or a full-day kindergarten option. The K-5 program provides developmentally-appropriate experiences for academic and social growth, including reading and language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, art, music, physical education, health and technology education. The YMCA provides family-paid before- and/or after-school care at all Blue Valley elementary schools.
Middle School Grades 6 - 8
Middle school is designed to meet the diverse intellectual, social, physical and emotional needs of young adolescents. Academic programs include science, social studies, mathematics, reading and language arts, health and physical education. Additionally, middle school students choose from an exploratory program, including speech and drama, pre-engineering, family and consumer sciences, computer technology, world language, visual art, vocal music, band and orchestra.
High School Grades 9 - 12
All of Blue Valley's high schools offer a comprehensive secondary program accredited by the state of Kansas. High school students must successfully complete 24 units for graduation. The Course Description Guide provides detailed information about course offerings and other learning opportunities. Course description guides are available
A full program of interscholastic, athletic and activities is available. Teams compete in the Eastern Kansas League. Students may also participate in performing arts, debate and forensics, cheerleading/drill team, student leadership, clubs, journalism and honor society.
Collect the following documents for presentation at your student's school at the time of registration:
- Copy of student birth certificate or other proof of birth
- Proof of Immunization (from your student's previous school or physician)
- Proof of Residency (A purchase contract/lease or utility bill, within the attendance area for your address. If your address is out of the school's attendance area, you need an approved residency or transfer letter from Facilities & Operations Department, (913) 239-4373.)
- Transcript of grades and withdrawal grades (if applicable) from the transferring school, as well as a statement verifying school accreditation (on transcript, school profile or formal letter from the school).
Contact your school to begin the registration process. Initial registration information may be found on each school's individual
Transfers must requested for any student who wishes to attend a school other than the school to which they are assigned. All transfers must first be approved by the district. A transfer request is not required for special education placements or for students enrolling in their new assigned school after moving from their previous address.
To request a transfer, please complete the online application. If unable to complete the online application, please download and complete the transfer form (2016-17,
2017-18). Transfer forms must be returned to the Facilities & Operations Department by:
- Mail to - 15020 Metcalf Ave., P.O. Box 23901, Overland Park, KS 66283-0901
- Hand-deliver to - Blue Valley Support Services Center, 14950 Metcalf Ave., Overland Park, KS 66223
- Email -
NO faxed requests will be accepted or processed. Requests will be reviewed within 48 business hours upon receipt for the current school year. Please contact Facilities & Operations with any questions regarding student transfer requests.
Blue Valley Schools charges a variety of required fees. These include, but are not limited to:
Learning resource fees (elementary, middle and high school)
Collected at a rate of $100 per student, this fee is primarily used to purchase materials and supplies that support educational initiatives in the classroom.
Technology supply fees (elementary, middle and high school)
Collected at a rate of $15 per student, this fee is used for technology materials consumed during the school year and is non-refundable after the first day of school.
Activity programming fees (middle and high school)
The activity programming fee is collected at a rate of $20, sixth grade; $50, seventh grade; $80, eighth grade; and $120 ninth-12th grades. Please note there will be a $250 maximum payable amount for families with multiple Blue Valley students. This fee helps support all sports, activities, clubs and other supplemental contract items that require extra-duty supervision from qualified district staff. It only covers a portion of the costs for a student team activity and does not replace fees currently being charged for programs such as drill team, cheerleading, certain clubs or sports.
This fee will be refunded, upon request, to any student who did not participate in any KSHAA or non-KSHAA activity, school club or any other non-required activity offered at the school.
Exploratory/elective fees (middle and high school)
Certain exploratory/elective courses include additional fees. Fee schedules for middle and high school exploratory/elective courses are available with registration packets. Fee amounts will be finalized when official schedules are available in August. Exploratory/elective fees cannot be waived regardless of free and reduced status. For more information, contact your child's school administrator or bookkeeper.
Blue Valley offers fee-based programs including full-day and multi-age kindergarten and peer model programs. Contact Julie Bolton at (913) 239-4331 for more information.
NOTE: While Blue Valley Schools receives the majority of its funding from the state of Kansas, the law allows school districts to charge back for certain expenses, including those listed above. District fees will be waived for students who qualify for free and reduced lunches, except for high school level course fees. Payment plans are also available for families who do not qualify for free and reduced lunches. Please contact your school's bookkeeper for more information.
Morning kindergarten - 8:35 - 11:45 a.m.
Afternoon kindergarten - 12:30 - 3:40 p.m.
Grades 1 - 5 - 8:35 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.
Grades 6 - 8 - 7:45 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Grades 9 - 12 - 7:45 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Thursdays only - 9:00 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Blue Valley Academy
Grades 9 - 12 - 9:00 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday - 7:30 - 10:00 a.m. & 12:20 - 2:50 p.m.
Thursdays only - 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. & 1:20 - 2:50 p.m.
High School Late Arrival & Elementary/Middle School Early Dismissal
Late arrival and early dismissal of students provides the opportunity for professional development. This time allows teachers to share effective teaching methods and develop personalized instruction for Blue Valley students.