The Future-Ready Mobile Lab Connects SVVSD Staff, Students, and Families
The StVrainnovation Mobile Lab is out again visiting St. Vrain’s elementary schools, and facilitating opportunities for students to engage in design-thinking challenges, explore robotics, and visit engineering stations.
St. Vrain Valley Schools will offer robust summer programming options for students from preschool to high school
St. Vrain Valley Schools is excited to offer a menu of in-person and online summer opportunities for students ages 3-17. Programs are designed to advance students’ academic and social engagement in safe and welcoming environments, supporting them to realize their highest potential. Visit the summer program webpage to learn more about each camp’s activities, dates,
Submit Your Name Suggestions for St. Vrain Valley Schools’ New Communitywide Aquatics Facility
Dear St. Vrain Valley Schools Community, Thank you for your continued partnership in advancing student excellence across St. Vrain Valley Schools. As you may know, in 2016, our community approved a $260 million bond to address rapid continued growth, enhance school safety, and ensure that St. Vrain Valley Schools can continue our commitment to excellence
Elementary students master computer science themes in St. Vrain’s VEX Robotics Online Academy
Third, fourth, and fifth grade students across St. Vrain Valley Schools are participating in the district’s second round of VEX Robotics Online Academy, a seven week virtual after-school STEM learning club. At no cost to families, students gain skills in computer science and learn to program a virtual robot using VEXcodeVR program, a block based
Submit Your Favorite Name, Mascot, and Color Ideas for St. Vrain’s Newest Elementary School!
The Elementary 28 planning team has extended the initial round of community suggestions on name, mascot, and colors for our newest school within St. Vrain Valley Schools to allow more people the opportunity to submit their ideas. Please submit your input through the online survey. This is a great opportunity for students and families to
Community Schools: Supporting our Families
Whether students have been engaged through online, hybrid, or in-person learning, St. Vrain’s Community Schools program continues their commitment to support students and their families during these challenging times. Because of this deep seeded commitment, programs have remained open throughout this school year. On August 18, 2020, Community Schools reopened their doors, offering full day
We are #greatFULL
Gratitude is scientifically proven to make you happier. The benefits of gratitude are amplified when you express your thankfulness to another person – not only do you feel good, but you spread joy to the person you thank. In St. Vrain Valley Schools, despite the challenges we have faced this year, we have so much
Coronavirus Update: Second Semester
Thank you for your continued partnership and support during this challenging and complex time for our schools and community. As our students have engaged in learning remotely over the past three weeks, we have continued to closely partner with our state and county health agencies on a plan that will allow for a safer and operationally sustainable plan to return to some form of in-person learning. We have also worked closely with our community, including meeting with our Teachers Advisory Council, Parent Coronavirus Update and Advisory Committee, SVVSD Leadership and Health Services Team, Teacher’s Association Leadership, public health officials, and our Board of Education.
St. Vrain Valley Schools is Opening a New Elementary School in the Erie Feeder System
St. Vrain is constructing a new elementary school to ensure continued high-quality learning environments that can accommodate the large growth in our region. In the Fall of 2021, we will be opening Elementary 28 in the Erie Highlands Subdivision neighborhood.
St. Vrain Valley Schools Celebrates Computer Science Education Week
St. Vrain Valley Schools has been a supporter of CSED Week since its launch in 2009. The annual week-long campaign is a call to action to inspire K-12 students to learn computer science, advocate for equity in computer science education, and celebrate the contributions of students, teachers, and partners to the field.