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Principal Newsletter 1-12-17

Inclement Weather Procedures

Dear SVVSD Parents and Guardians:

Each year, our community experiences severe weather events that may result in the closure or delay of our schools.

St. Vrain invites community to review instructional programs

St. Vrain Valley Schools invites the public to review and provide feedback regarding the selection of a pilot program for the 2017-2018 school year in the areas of elementary school mathematics and high school social studies.

The committee has narrowed down the choices of instructional programs and would like the community to help make the decision on which program to pilot.  Each review will take place in the lobby of the Learning Services Center, 401 S. Pratt Pkwy. on the following dates:

December Superintendent's Update

Dear St. Vrain Valley Community,

For many of us, the end of the calendar year provides an opportunity to reflect on the previous year – our successes, challenges and the experiences that will continue to shape our future and the people who have had an impact on our lives. For the students, teachers and staff of St. Vrain Valley Schools, 2016 will be remembered as a critical time in the further advancement of high-quality public education in our community.

Principal Newsletter 12-15-16

Sharing Best-Practice

Alpine strives to be an innovative school, applying educational best practice and keeping student-centered learning at the forefront of what we do. We recognize that education, as a profession, is highly collaborative. Teachers at Alpine love to share their practice with others, modeling inquiry-based lessons, sharing ideas, and demonstrating the amazing learning capacity of students. Particularly since implenting STEM 4 years ago, we have opened our doors to educators from across the country, to observe teaching and learning and to teach us as well.

Principal Newsletter 12-1-16

St. Vrain’s Senior Volunteer Program Enters Fifth Year

The St. Vrain Valley Schools’ Senior Volunteer Program is once again available for the 2016-2017 school year. The program began in November 2012 to welcome seniors and individuals with disabilities into our schools and provide them financial assistance with their county property taxes. Up to 200 participants will be paid a maximum of 40 hours at $8.50 per hour for a total of $340 between January 2, 2017 and April 30, 2017.

Principal Newsletter 11-10-16

Voters Approve St. Vrain Bond Issue

St. Vrain Valley's $260.3 million bond issue was passing easily, with 59 percent voting yes to 41 percent voting no, based on preliminary results from Boulder, Weld, Larimer and Broomfield counties.

"You've got to give credit to an entire community that came together and once again said education matters," said St. Vrain Valley Superintendent Don Haddad. "The only thing I can say is a big thank you."

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