Welcome to the 2022-2023 School Year Transportation Services’ mission is to provide safe, efficient transportation that supports the educational environment, while complying with governmental regulations and Board policy. More than 100 bus drivers travel over 1,400,000 miles annually while transporting over 6,900 students daily. Transportation services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a
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Professional Development

Office of Professional Development The Office of Professional Development provides ongoing support for all licensed, administrative, and classified personnel.  Our goal is to build the capacity of all district employees through staff development that improves the learning of all the children we serve.  The department also coordinates the induction program for personnel new to the
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The communications team focuses on advancing community engagement and connectivity, while promoting strong, impact-driven stories about our students and schools. Areas of oversight include district spokesperson and media relations, strategic messaging, press releases and editorial, branding and creative management, print and electronic publications, district website development and administration, community engagement and events, emergency communications, and Colorado Open Records requests.
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Free & Reduced Meals

UNIVERSAL FREE MEALS HAVE EXPIRED FOR THE 22/23 SCHOOL YEAR. Upon the start of the school year, students will be charged for lunch unless they qualify for free or reduced-price meals. We are encouraging families to apply for meal benefits for the 2022–2023 school year (before August 16, 2022) to ensure negative balances do not accrue on students’ accounts. Why
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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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Parent Engagement

St. Vrain Valley School District’s Special Education Department values building relationships with parents and connecting with families. Some of the ways we do this is through the resources we provide and our strong partnerships throughout the community. Parent Engagement Series – New for 2022-2023! We are pleased to announce that we are hosting a monthly
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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 The Facility Use Department
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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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