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November 16: Future-Ready Robotics Showcase Highlights and Celebrates Student Learning and Whole Community Engagement

Walk into any St. Vrain robotics program – be it after-school clubs at the elementary level, secondary classes, or competitive tournaments – and you will be immediately struck by captivated engagement. Students (and teachers) are busily and eagerly developing knowledge and skills in computer science, coding, engineering, design and technology, mathematics, and more. What’s more, they’re working together as creative thinkers, reflective learners, team players, and self-managers.

Join the next workshop: Families Can Create | October 12, 12 – 3pm

Families Can Create: Video
Saturday, October 12
12 – 3pm
Lyons Regional Library
 
Technology is all around us, driving progress and opening up realms of possibilities at rapid, evolving rates. We appreciate and make use of the countless conveniences it affords. But rarely do we get the chance to pause and reflect upon the realms of possibility it can create for families.

Leadership St. Vrain engagement program turns 10

Originally published in the Times-Call >>


The St. Vrain Valley School District’s once-a-month parent and community member engagement program is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

AP Exam Registration

Thank you for registering for Advanced Placement (AP) Coursework and giving your student a head start on postsecondary readiness and career preparation. Last year, St. Vrain students took 3,950 Advanced Placement Exams, potentially saving families up to $4,000,000 in future college tuition costs. St. Vrain has many resources available to ensure your student is prepared for success throughout their AP experience.

Open House Dates 2019

Below are upcoming open house dates across the district. For questions regarding open houses or programming, please contact the schools directly. 

Middle School Open House Dates

CU Boulder connects Longmont Northridge Elementary fourth graders to ISS astronaut

Longmont fourth graders talked with International Space Station astronaut Nick Hague on Tuesday with the help of the University of Colorado Boulder’s Amateur Radio Club.
 
Students in the club set up the live, Earth-to-space HAM radio call by connecting to Florida, which then connected to Italy and finally to the International Space Station as it orbited over Africa and Europe.

SVVSD Launches Seal of Biliteracy

It’s a small world, and growing smaller. As technology and other innovations increasingly connect us as a diverse, global community, the impact of multilingualism becomes all the more significant. What better way to facilitate and make the most of opportunities than with effective communication? Shared language is key. St. Vrain Valley School District has always emphasized the importance of language diversity. Now, students’ efforts can earn official recognition in the form of a Seal of Biliteracy. 

New Outdoor Classroom at Northridge Elementary: symbol and celebration of community, growth, and design thinking

Hugging the northwest face of Northridge Elementary School, there is a quiet place. Tomatoes, peppers, and other plants flourish in raised beds, with space for more to come in upcoming seasons. Wide, flat-topped rocks form beckoning seats in an inviting circle. Modest and accessible signs mark twelve wellness stations promoting mindfulness, movement, and authentic outdoor learning. Here, there is diversity and unity; peaceful calm and constant growth.

Band Night

St. Vrain Valley Schools presents Band Night

October 2, 2019 | 6:00 p.m.
Everly Montgomery Field (Longmont High School)

Community Invited:
Adults $5, Students $3, Children 6 & Under FREE
Eighth grade students get in FREE with student ID

Joing the St. Vrain community to enjoy performances from the following high school bands:

Frederick High’s first P-TECH students meet industry mentors

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