Thank You!

Thank you BCSIS Community for making the 5th Grade Spaghetti Dinner a great success. Thanks to you and corporate sponsors we exceeded our fundraising goal!

Remember these generous partners when making shopping decisions: Pau Hana (opening in June!), Tangerine, Dish Gourmet, Pappardelle’s Pasta, Powers Resource Center, Eco Cycle, Pasta Jays, Izzio, Safeway, Costco, Alfalfas, BlackJack Pizza, King Soopers, Rocky Mountain Theatre for Kids, Target, & Moxie Bread.

Spaghetti Dinner


The Fifth Graders at BCSIS invite you to the Annual 5th Grade Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
Thursday, March 22, 2018 – BCSIS Cafeteria

Don’t miss out on this BCSIS tradition! Enjoy a meal served by our 5th graders to support scholarships and program costs for the 2018 5th grade outdoor education trip to 100 Elk Outdoor Center.

Individual ticket prices have not changed but we have added other giving levels. A raffle will be held for those who buy tickets at the family or sponsor levels. No other tickets will be sold. Three winners will receive a $50 REI gift card.

Individual Ticket: $10 Per Person.

Family: $75 Includes dinner admission for 1 family (2 adults plus children), tip and 1 raffle entry.

Sponsor: $100 Includes dinner admission for 1 family (2 adults plus children), tip and 2 raffle entries.

Use the button below for easy online purchase of tickets. Choose which ticket level and the dinner time you would like to attend and click the PayPal button. You will be taken to the PayPal site to complete your transaction to Friends of BCSIS.

Thank you for supporting our 5th graders!

Ticket Levels


Screenagers Movie Growing Up in the Digital Age.
This 67 minute film will have Spanish subtitles
WHEN: April 27th, 2018 Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
WHERE: BCSIS 3995 Aurora Ave, Boulder, CO 80303
Click here to buy tickets.
Adults $10 and Youth $3 Appropriate for ten years and up.
Contact Bevin Gumm for scholarship information.
Filmmaker Delaney Ruston probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including her own, to explore struggles over social media. The film offers solutions on how we can help our kids navigate the digital world.