3.8 Million Meals and Counting

St. Vrain Valley Schools has a strong focus on nutrition and has received many recognitions such as the USDA’s Once in a Melon Award for administering an exemplary farm to school program. Additionally, the 3.8 millions meals that our Nutrition Services team serves each year includes local produce – including organic produce from Colorado’s Western Slope – whenever available. Other
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Longmont High School Medical & Bioscience Academy to Host Senior Poster Session

Longmont High School’s Medical & BioScience Academy (MBSA) will be hosting its senior poster session on Wednesday, April 27 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Commons. The poster session is an opportunity to learn more about the MBSA program at Longmont High School, MBSA senior internships, and the projects that the senior class have been working
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Skyline Student Receives Prestigious Amazon Scholarship 

During our four years of high school, we all aspire to be successful and become someone that will have a great impact on the world we live in today. For Skyline High School senior Adrian Mendez, those dreams will come true this fall.  Mendez is among 250 new Amazon Future Engineer scholarship recipients of a
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St. Vrain’s Unframed Art Show is Live

St. Vrain Valley Schools is hosting its annual art show at the Boulder County Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall. Community members are invited to view student art from all grade levels and schools across the district from April 12-17. The event is free and open to the public: Public Viewing: April 12-17 | 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.Artists’ Night
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P-TECH Continues Expanding, Opening New Doors for Students 

Throughout St. Vrain Valley Schools students are building their future. P-TECH programs in Biochemistry at Frederick, Cybersecurity at Silver Creek, or Computer Science at Skyline, and new this year at Timberline PK-8 are designed to help students maximize their potential and learn valuable skills. Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) is a model
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Students ‘Do Democracy’ by proposing solutions to tough topics

The three groups of finalists for the 12th annual Doing Democracy Day tackled topics related to homelessness, social-emotional health and school resource officers. The presentations by the student groups on Thursday at the Longmont Museum were the culmination of a day’s work teaching students to collaborate and prepare solutions to local issues. The event brought
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Vietnam veteran finally receives Erie High School diploma

Ron Cardenas’ graduation was postponed 58 years by the Vietnam War, but he finally received his Erie High School diploma on Friday. Cardenas was a student in Erie’s Class of 1965 and joined the U.S. Marines in his junior year of high school. He never received his official diploma despite earning all his graduation credits
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St. Vrain to send two dozen robotics teams to international competition

Not one, not two, but 24 robotics teams are representing the St. Vrain Valley School District next month at the VEX Worlds Championship. Taking place in Dallas this year, student-led teams from the elementary to university level compete at this global event showcasing game strategy, design and teamwork skills in robotics. St. Vrain’s 24 teams
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Specials Team Inspires Creativity at Rocky Mountain Elementary

Classes like art, music, and physical education (PE) are a place where many elementary students begin to learn how to express themselves. These classes form an integral part of their school experience. For students like Elijah Young, fourth grader at Rocky Mountain Elementary School, specials is a place “where we can learn how to work
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Legacy Elementary’s Chess Club Teaching Students Lifelong Skills

To students at Legacy Elementary School, chess is more than a game, it’s an opportunity to learn and practice life skills like problem solving, patience, strategic thinking, and planning. The Chess Club at Legacy Elementary has been running since 2009. “It’s been so successful for so long because children love learning new things,” shared Kristin
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