Boulder Hill Elementary School maintains several community partnerships to create dynamic learning opportunities for our students and staff. Listed below are many of our partners and some of the activities they participate in.
The soil and water conservation district provides many ecological awareness opportunities for our students. We have had many poster contests, tree plantings, and the annual Annie Oakleaf programming for our students.
The Little White School Museum contains a treasure trove of Boulder Hill and Oswego history. As we commence this school year, we look forward to developing heritage experiences for our students as the Boulder Hill community celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Mutual Ground has been providing Boulder Hill School with programs on Violence and Assault Prevention Education for many years. Mutual Ground provides training to students in first, third, and fourth grades. The Mutual Ground Website can be found using the link.
The extension provides educational awareness services in the area of agriculture for our students. This group runs our Farm Friends and 4H school enrichment programs. They also provide educational materials for our classrooms. The extension website can be found using the link.