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Longmont's Silver Creek hosts tourney placing unity over competition

Free Developmental Community Screenings

St. Vrain's preschool team is proud to offer free Developmental Community Screenings to children ages 6 months to 5 years. The following resources will be available.

  • Developmental Resources Available
  • Bilingual Screeners
  • Vision/Hearing Screenings

​Join us at the Longmont Public Library on March 3 from 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.

Governor Hickenlooper Highlights our P-Tech Program

St. Vrain Valley Schools continues to be recognized as a leader in education and innovation. We advance adacemic excellence by not only providing students the foundational skills to be lifelong learners, but a strong competitive advantage to thrive after graduation. St. Vrain and our P-TECH program was recognized last weekend by Governor Hickenlooper at the National Governors Association Winter Meeting in Washington D.C. as a district and school that is leading the way in Colorado.

Annual Bond Update and School Safety Town Hall Meetings

Student safety is a top priority across St. Vrain Valley Schools. This is the core of our work and we are committed to a consistently proactive approach to fulfilling our highest responsibility – ensuring the well-being, safety and growth of our children. We have implemented many programs and protocols to ensure the highest levels of school security, many of which are being replicated across the state and nationally. Along the way, we have heavily involved our community in shaping the safety and quality of our learning environments. In the past year alone, we have featured stories in district publications, developed news articles, earned media coverage, delivered school presentations and hosted 12 public meetings across every community in our district – all emphasizing our work to increase school safety and support student advancement.

Join us: Review Prospective K-5 Music Programs

Thank you for your continued partnership in making St. Vrain Valley Schools such an exceptional environment for our students to thrive. Community feedback is an instrumental step in our process of designing academic excellence in our schools.

The Elementary Music Curriculum Adoption Committee invites teachers, administrators, parents and community members from St. Vrain Valley Schools to review and provide input on the prospective K-5 Music programs for the 2018-2019 school year. We will have three programs on display for review:

Weather Update: February 20, 2018

St. Vrain Valley Schools will be operating on a normal schedule for Tuesday, February 20. When the district remains open, but you believe that weather conditions in your specific area are not safe for your student to attend school, please feel free to contact your school’s attendance clerk to obtain an excused absence for your student.

Superintendent's Update

Dear St. Vrain Valley Community,

Public education is the cornerstone of our democracy. The impact of our schools and their role in shaping the future success of our society extends far beyond the smart boards, desks and walls of our classrooms. From economic development, to national security, to home and commercial property values, to business and corporate development, and community growth, our public schools provide a strong foundation for advancing the quality of our lives and the direction of our future.

A-PAL's Chinese New Year Celebration

From 2:00-5:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 24, the Asian-Pacific Association of Longmont (A-PAL) will present its 2018 Chinese New Year celebration honoring the “Year of the Dog.”

Education Today: Virtual Reality and District Finances

Catch up with the latest episode of Education Today, featuring Altona Principal, Jeremy LaCrosse and Sasha, an eight grade student who uses virtual reality and technology integration throughout her school day at Altona.


Longmont elementary students at Eagle Crest join Niwot Elementary in helping Ugandan children

Eagle Crest art teacher Mandy Adams got the fourth-grade class settled in on Monday morning, then started quizzing them about their sister school in Uganda.

"Can anyone pronounce the village where our sister school is?" she asked as the 9- and 10-year-olds started trying to say Nkugulutale.

Adams pulled a piece of paper out of her pocket and sounded out the five-syllable word for the students.

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