Niwot High School celebrates 50th anniversary

Fifty years after Niwot High opened, the school will host its first ever football game on its own field for homecoming after artificial turf was added over the summer. Homecoming, on Sept. 9, also will honor the school’s history with events for alumni and retired teachers, including recognition for the first three graduating classes during the game. The
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St. Vrain Launches ChampionED Podcast

Join nationally-recognized education leader and superintendent, Dr. Don Haddad, as he visits with great leaders in public education who are designing systems of excellence and a championship culture that drives the success of their students and community. In the first episode, Dr. Don Haddad is joined by Joe McBreen, a visionary technology and innovation leader
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Frederick High kicks off first school year as the Golden Eagles

Students, community embrace the new mascot Instead of an arrowhead, Frederick High School’s new logo keeps the spirit of their old logo with a fearsome Golden Eagle creating the lower slash of the capital “F.”
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Test scores show return on investment for St. Vrain students

District’s CMAS, SAT results outpace state in several areas St. Vrain Valley School District is making notable gains on standardized testing, ahead of the state on several metrics. On Wednesday, the state released the results of the Colorado Measures of Academic Success and SAT and PSAT scores for this year. This is the first full
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Eagle Crest Elementary School Joins Coding Cohort

Students at Eagle Crest Elementary School will begin the 2022-2023 school year embarking on a new and exciting opportunity – they are one of 500 educational organizations that have been chosen to be a part of the second cohort of the Scratch Education Collaborative (SEC), and are the only organization from Colorado. The SEC is
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SVVSD welcomes students back to school this week

Two Lyons Middle/Senior teachers opened a wall between their classrooms Thursday, allowing them to address the entire sixth-grade class at the small school. Julie Vasquez — who teaches language arts, social studies and speech and debate — and Kevin Schafer — who teaches math and science — introduced their “oops” passes program.
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Leadership St. Vrain Now Accepting Applications

Leadership St. Vrain is a program designed to provide parents and other community members the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of our district’s mission, operations and strategic priorities. The program is especially beneficial for those who want to obtain a foundation in district operations and governance and become more active participants in St. Vrain Valley
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Superintendent Town Hall Meetings

St. Vrain Valley Schools invites parents, teachers, staff, and community members to join Superintendent, Dr. Don Haddad, for one of our upcoming Superintendent Town Hall meetings. These meetings will provide an opportunity to engage in dialogue regarding important topics such as student achievement and success for every student, school safety, district finances, and other significant
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A hub of innovative education

East of Main Street, situated near both the Longmont Recreation Center and the Longmont Museum, looms a building of glass and steel. When the sun hits, it could be an architectural drawing brought to reality, with clean lines that evoke a blueprint. That building is the Innovation Center, St. Vrain Valley School District’s hub for
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BVSD, SVVSD see CMAS test scores start to rebound

Local scores on statewide language arts and math tests are closing in on pre-pandemic levels, though student achievement continues to lag in some grades and subjects after more than two years of COVID-19 school disruptions. “The teachers and staff at all of our buildings have worked extremely hard,” said St. Vrain Valley Executive Director of
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