St. Vrain Valley Schools Finalizes Major 2016 Bond Construction Projects

In November of 2016, voters approved St. Vrain Valley’s $260.3 million bond issue by a wide margin, signifying wide community investment in public education. As teachers and students begin the start of the 2020-2021 academic year, the district’s Operations and Maintenance departments are finalizing three major 2016 bond construction projects. Mead Elementary At the northeast
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Project of the Year: Construction contractors honored for Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools

One look at the sleek, cutting-edge facility that is the Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools will convey this building is meant for great things. The striking 50,000 square foot facility on Quail Road gleams as a beacon for learning and ingenuity. Adding further testament, contractors behind the build have been honored with prestigious
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St. Vrain Valley Schools granted prestigious award for procurement professionals in the public sector

St. Vrain Valley School District is a 2019 recipient of the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council (UPPCC) Sterling Agency Certification Award. The UPPCC is an independent entity formed to govern and administer the Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO) and Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB) certification programs. The UPPCC programs offer the most prestigious certifications among
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St. Vrain is Hiring – 2019 Job Fair

Join us at our upcoming 2019 Job Fair and learn more about opportunities in nutrition, custodial services, and transportation. We have both permanent and substitute positions available. Wednesday, July 2412:30-3:30 p.m.Location: Altona Middle School, 4600 Clover Basin Dr., Longmont, CO 80503 Thursday, July 2512:30-3:30 p.m.Location: Coal Ridge Middle School. 6201 Booth Dr., Firestone, CO 80504 For more information, call
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SVVSD starting construction on new building for Mead Elementary

By Amy Bounds, Times-Call St. Vrain Valley School District’s original plan was to replace the aging Mead Elementary School building in pieces over time, starting by replacing a classroom addition with a wood floor in need of repair. But with other capital construction projects included the district’s $260 million bond issue package going smoothly, there was enough
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