SVVSD hosts ‘AP for All’ teacher workshops

Close to 200 educators are at Erie High School this week learning how to become better advanced placement teachers and to create more inclusive classrooms. The Colorado Education Initiative is partnering with St. Vrain Valley Schools to host the 11th annual AP for All Summer Institute. The College Board-certified institute was held virtually during the
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‘Future heroes’ celebrated in St. Vrain Valley School District’s Class of 2022 commencement

High school for Bruno Gallegos Sanchez and the rest of the Class of 2022 was unexpected. Addressing graduates Saturday, Gallegos Sanchez said students likely didn’t imagine that they would spend part of their high school career trying to figure out how to make a COVID-19 mask fashionable and navigating a network of online learning tools
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St. Vrain partners with CEI to host AP educators

Erie High School will be host to Colorado Education Initiative’s 11th annual Advanced Placement for All Summer Institute. Educators from across the state will gather at Erie, hosted by the Colorado Education Initiative partnering for the first time with a school district to host the event. The Institute will offer educators training to ensure AP
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St. Vrain high schools achieve status as U.S. Best High Schools

Eight high schools in the St. Vrain Valley School District have been named as a 2022 U.S. News Best High School. The U.S. News ranks uses data on more than 24,000 public high schools, ranking nearly 18,000 schools on six factors. Those factors included college readiness, state assessment proficiency, state assessment performance, underserved student performance,
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Vietnam veteran finally receives Erie High School diploma

Ron Cardenas’ graduation was postponed 58 years by the Vietnam War, but he finally received his Erie High School diploma on Friday. Cardenas was a student in Erie’s Class of 1965 and joined the U.S. Marines in his junior year of high school. He never received his official diploma despite earning all his graduation credits
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Students use novel science in effort to reintroduce endangered fish

Taryn McDermid did not think at 15 she would be working to save an endangered fish species, but on Thursday she stood in front of a room of wildland biologists explaining her work doing exactly that. The Niwot High School sophomore and the other four members of the northern redbelly dace data science project team
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Marching forward: Band Night performances connect students, communities across St. Vrain

Trumpets blared and flags twirled as student performers stepped into the spotlight Wednesday night at Everly-Montgomery Field for the return of the district-wide Band Night.
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Erie High School Senior Jamis Schriner Awarded $40K College Board Opportunity Scholarship on Good Morning America

Senior Jamis Schriner was surprised with a $40K College Board Opportunity Scholarship on Good Morning America on Monday, March 30 while his peers at school watched and celebrated him. Jamis is one of 25 students in the Class of 2021 from across the country to receive this award by completing the steps in the College
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