Planning The Planning Department responsibility covers a wide range of activity related to the facility planning function of the District which have direct and indirect connections to student achievement, well-being and community partnerships. Development and Benchmark Review Review and respond to all development referrals and benchmark issues for impacts to existing and future schools Enrollment
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Gifted and Talented

Save the Date! Tuesday, January 11th, 2022 Parent Night with Seth Perler Supporting Gifted Students with ADHD & Executive Functioning Challenges at Home January 11, 2022 6:15-7:15 pm Zoom link: Join us for an evening with Seth Perler. Topics will include: Managing paper & the digital school worldHow to support a child that resists helpHow
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Human Resources

St. Vrain Valley Schools is one of the largest employers in the region with approximately 4,500 employees. The District provides competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits packages including health insurance and retirement benefits to full-time employees and many part-time employees.
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Professional Development

Office of Professional Development The Office of Professional Development provides ongoing support for all licensed, administrative, and classified personnel.  Our goal is to build the capacity of all district employees through staff development that improves the learning of all the children we serve.  The department also coordinates the induction program for personnel new to the
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Online Payments

Online Payments For your convenience, St. Vrain Valley School District accepts online payments for student fees and school meals. Please click the correct link below to be directed to the appropriate online payment vendor. If you need assistance logging in, please contact your school office. Vendor: My School Bucks Vendor: RevTrak RevTrak Payment InstructionsHaving trouble
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Transportation Transportation Services’ mission is to provide safe, efficient transportation that supports the educational environment, while complying with governmental regulations and Board policy. More than 100 bus drivers travel over 1,400,000 miles annually while transporting over 6,900 students daily. Transportation services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Additionally, the department: Evaluates
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The communications team focuses on advancing community engagement and connectivity, while promoting strong, impact-driven stories about our students and schools. Areas of oversight include district spokesperson and media relations, strategic messaging, press releases and editorial, branding and creative management, print and electronic publications, district website development and administration, community engagement and events, emergency communications, and Colorado Open Records requests.
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