Student Services

The Student Services Department exists to provide support to ALL students who need additional assistance. The Department’s goal is to remove barriers that impede students and families from being successful. We strive to promote high standards of learning and student well-being (in the arenas of academic interventions, health, wellness, and social-emotional learning) in partnership with parents, guardians and the community in the St. Vrain Valley School District.
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Facility Use

Facility Use Most of the St. Vrain Valley School District’s schools and fields are available for use by community groups. Schools are centrally located in most neighborhoods and are a logical focal point for community activities. We support and encourage community use with priority given to youth activities. Community Facility Use PRESENTLY, THE FACILITY USE
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Special Education

Special Education Special education has been a federally mandated program to serve educationally disabled children, ages 3 to 21, since passage of Public Law 94-142, also known as the Equal Education for the Handicapped Act in 1975, and preauthorized and re-titled in 1990 as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). As a result of this
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Elementary Literacy Resources

Overview The Elementary Literacy Resource Site is created to further support K-5 literacy interventionists, classroom teachers, and families with the implementation of the Colorado READ Act, including assessments, progress monitoring, targeted skill-based interventions, and other guidance to help all SVVS students maximize their success in becoming a proficient reader. Family Resources Helpful links and tools
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The Department of Assessment is part of the Assessment, Curriculum, and Assessment Department at the Learning Services Center. The assessment department oversees all Colorado state assessments, district assessments, and manages the district data warehouse.
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Attendance and Engagement

Attendance and Engagement St. Vrain Valley Schools recognizes the importance of being present every day. Student attendance – more than a test score or any other data point – is one of the most accurate indicators of whether a student will graduate and find success after high school. Students who have regular attendance in kindergarten and first grade are
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Trip Tracker

Rewarding students & staff for walking, biking, bus riding, and carpooling to school! Reporting Green Trips is open for Altona MS, Blue Mountain Elementary, Mountain View Elementary and Longspeak MS ONLY for September 2023 during September 29- October 7th, 2023 Trip Tracker Re-launches in September for the 23/24 School Year in these Schools: Altona Middle
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Purchasing The operation of the Purchasing Department is governed by Board of Education policies and local, state, and federal laws. The Department’s responsibilities include providing the District with policies that foster an ethical, responsive, and efficient environment and honoring obligations to internal customers and suppliers. Each year, St. Vrain Valley Schools acquires a variety of
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School Meals Main Menu

St. Vrain Valley School’s Nutrition Service staff believes that serving nutritious school meals is one of the main ingredients in students’ ability to learn in the classroom. It’s hard for students to focus when they are hungry. Our staff takes pride in providing meals that meet the USDA nutritional requirements and include as many local
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