The district has a well-earned reputation for not calling snow days. As noted by the Boulder Daily Camera, the most recent one took place in February -- of last year. Hence, Monday tweets like this one....
Bvsd if you don't give us a snow day tomorrow I swear to god...— Cameron Goeldner (@Goeldfinger) April 15, 2013
...and this one....
Snow day tomorrow?....lol just kidding you live in BVSD. twitter.com/BrittnayyBrood...— Brittany Bruder (@BrittnayyBrood) April 16, 2013
...and this one:
Since BVSD sucks I will be taking a personal snow day.— Sally Sroge (@salpall25) April 16, 2013
The sentiment above apparently inspired unknown BVSD students, who mocked up the following web page, as shared by the Daily Camera:Predictably, the folks at the school district weren't amused when this image started circulating via social media. They reacted by posting a link to the district's official website, bvsd.org, on the district's Facebook page, and tweeted entreaties to ignore the bogus closure notice.
In response, plenty of students and parents shared their displeasure at the decision not to close school on the aforementioned BVSD Facebook page -- and they didn't always use nice language.Continue for more about the fake closure notice for the Boulder Valley School District.