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St. Vrain's outstanding teachers, support staff, coaches and administrators are equipped with excellent facilities and state-of-the-art technology, and our schools feature highly engaging instructional focus programs that inspire students. Click here to learn about the employment process, or explore the options below to learn more about our community.
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About St. Vrain Valley Schools
St. Vrain Valley School District is the educational home of more than 30,000 of Colorado’s students. The eighth largest school district in the state, St. Vrain Valley operates 53 schools that are spread over 411 square miles. The makeup of the schools include: 1 Stand Alone Preschool, 26 Elementary, 2 K-8, 7 Middle, 1 Middle/Senior, 8 High, 1 Alternative, and 6 Charter.
Located approximately 30 miles north of Denver, the District is geographically diverse. Its physical boundaries extend from the Continental Divide into the plains of Colorado. Adding to its scenic setting are historic downtown Longmont and the backdrop of Rocky Mountain National Park and Longs Peak.
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St. Vrain provides ongoing support for licensed, administrative and classified personnel, offering over 40 low cost continuing education classes for professional development each semester. Partners in Education (PIE) gives new teachers the chance to earn a master’s degree at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Instructional Focus Programs
For years, St. Vrain has successfully cultivated academic focus programs such as International Baccalaureate, Pre-collegiate Advanced Placement and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). This variety of programming does not just benefit students, it also benefits teachers who have the opportunity to work within programs specific to their specialized skillset.
Technology in the Classroom
Funded by the 2012 mill levy override, $2.2 million is allocated annually to educational technology for classrooms, teachers and students. Through online courses, small group discussions, mentorship opportunities and week long iPad learning camps, teachers are learning best practices for incorporating iPads and other forms of technology in their classrooms.
St. Vrain's current fiscal environment includes the following
- S&P bond rating at an all-time high, AA
- National award for financial reporting 10 years straight
- General fund reserves in excess of $60 million
- 78 percent of funds go to instruction and classroom support