SVVSD students win global artificial intelligence competition

A team of St. Vrain Valley Schools students at the Innovation Center won first place in the fifth annual World Artificial Intelligence Competition for Youth.
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The Career Elevation and Technology Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools Celebrates 50 Years

For over 50 years, The Career Elevation Technology Center (CETC), formerly known as Career Development Center, has provided robust career and technical opportunities for students across St. Vrain Valley Schools. At the CETC, students have access to eight different career pathways: Advanced Manufacturing, Automotive Technology, Agricultural Science, Health Services, Interactive Media Technology, Internships, Prostart &
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Preschool Registration for the 2023-2024 School Year Begins in January

Preschool registration looks different this year. The Preschool Department is excited for the opportunities that Universal Preschool (UPK) will bring to our community. Universal Preschool will bring the following changes to our programming and processes: A new “universal” application will be used for the application processALL children who are four-year olds, by October 1, will
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FalconTECH Through the Years

St. Vrain Valley Schools first P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) program launched at Skyline High School in 2016. Named FalconTECH, the program has evolved into an extraordinary success story.
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SVVSD hosts Innovation Center carnival for elementary families

High school students manned tables offering a smorgasbord of robots, building materials, coding kits and other high-tech toys on Wednesday at St. Vrain Valley’s Innovation Center, giving elementary students a chance to try some of the district’s technology. “There’s a lot going on here,” said Erie High senior Jared Ingmire, an Innovation Center student designer
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Special Olympics recognizes Trail Ridge for inclusive sports

Trail Ridge Middle School is the fourth school in the state to be named a Special Olympics National Unified Champion School. A Special Unified Champion School demonstrates its commitment to inclusion by meeting 10 standards of excellence developed by a national panel of leaders from the Special Olympics and the education community. Principal Eddie Cloke
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Rocky Mountain Elementary Receives Governor’s Bright Spot Award

Rocky Mountain Elementary is among 21 schools across the state to receive the Governor’s Bright Spot Award. The award recognizes schools who have demonstrated strong growth in student achievement since 2019, as well as excellence and the ability to advance learning through challenging times. “This recognition is a direct tribute to our teachers, staff, students,
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Westview Middle students build carnival games in tech class

Westview Middle School students are designing a hot wheels track with a rotating middle section, a basketball version of the classic skee ball and a fishing game using recycled robotics competition parts. Westview technology teacher Danny Hernandez said the class is student centered, with students designing, testing and building the games.
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Longmont High band will celebrate 100 years with December concert

Longmont High Band Director David Merrill looked through the school’s old yearbooks to learn more about the band’s history after he was hired about 22 years ago. The first mention he found was in 1922, and he made a note to mark the band’s 100th birthday this year.
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St. Vrain Valley Schools awarded $1.44 million EARSS grant to support the advancement and success of at-risk students

The Colorado Department of Education has awarded St. Vrain Valley Schools a $1.44 million Expelled and At-Risk Student Services (EARSS) grant to support the success and advancement of students at Longs Peak Middle School, Sunset Middle School, and Frederick High School.  The schools will utilize a family-centered and culturally responsive approach to strengthen attendance and
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