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Dear Parents and Guardians of AP students, Thank you for registering for Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and giving your student a head start on postsecondary readiness and career preparation. Last year, St. Vrain students took 4,106 Advanced Placement exams, potentially saving families up to $4,000,000 in future college tuition costs. The AP exam payment window
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The Colorado BioScience Institute and St. Vrain Valley Schools Receive $435,200 grant to advance workforce pathways

The Colorado BioScience Institute and St. Vrain Valley Schools have been awarded a $435,200 Workforce Innovation Grant from the Weld County Workforce Development Board in support of the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program in biochemistry at Frederick High School. P-TECH is a new type of school that brings together the best
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We Robot

When you walk into The Garage at Eagle Crest Elementary School, you will see excited, cheerful students together as they learn the ins and outs of robotics. Students learn new math skills, computer science, and even gain engineering and technology expertise.  This school year, all 72 fifth grade students have found unity working together in
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The Future of FalconTECH

For middle school students at Timberline PK-8, this year will mark an important milestone for their future. Beginning the fall of 2021, students will have the opportunity to attend a series of introductory to advanced courses in computer science and workplace learning, and will have a preferred entrance to the FalconTECH program at Skyline High
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Highlands Elementary Opens Its Doors as St. Vrain Valley’s Newest School

Highlands Elementary, the final school constructed from the 2016 bond initiative, opened in Erie this week, with a state of the art facility offering endless opportunities for student learning.
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SVVSD opening new elementary school in Erie

Highlands Elementary students won’t be limited to class visits to the school’s STEM lab when they want to get creative and need extra space. Each grade level “pod” in the new Erie school includes classroom extension areas to provide flexible learning spaces. Garage doors for each classroom allow teachers to maintain a line of sight
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Niwot High School seniors share computer programming know-how with younger students

Twelve-year-old Alan Bustos admits he was a bit surprised to find himself at Coding Camp, which started Monday at St. Vrain Valley School District’s Innovation Center. “I was unexpectedly put into the camp. I didn’t know I was coming,” Alan said. “It was my mom, I think.” Bustos and his fellow fifth through eighth grade
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He left tech to become a Colorado high school teacher. His key to classroom success: ‘love the kids as much as the content.’

When his students began learning remotely last year, high school teacher Ken Benson felt like he was seeing more ceiling fans than faces. But he was determined to keep teens engaged no matter where they were. He tried new technology tools, games, and his sense of humor.  “Making connections with students is what fills teachers’
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Erie High School students achieve liftoff in the Great American Rocketry Challenge

Erie High School’s Academy of Engineering and Aerospace students have once again pursued an ambitious capstone project, building and launching rockets to participate in the Great American Rocketry Challenge.
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Lyons students create, install wildflower garden to memorialize the COVID-19 pandemic

Students at Lyons Elementary installed a remembrance garden of handmade ceramic wildflowers to commemorate the lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic and the work of frontline workers. Art teacher, Elena Danilescuruss, proposed the idea after seeing the remembrance garden based on the 2014 Tower of London’s Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red public art installation, which
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