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Band Night

St. Vrain Valley Schools presents Band Night

October 2, 2019 | 6:00 p.m.
Everly Montgomery Field (Longmont High School)

Community Invited:
Adults $5, Students $3, Children 6 & Under FREE
Eighth grade students get in FREE with student ID

Joing the St. Vrain community to enjoy performances from the following high school bands:

Alpine Inquirer 9-5-19

Alpine Inquirer 9-5-19

Library News

All books are due back in 1 week. Renewals may be requested at the time the book is brought in on your library day. Overdue notices will be sent out every 4-6 weeks. Please send these books back promptly. Fees may be assigned if left unreturned. Also, multi-used books are purchased especially for the library. As much as I appreciate books being bought in the case that they have been lost, I do not use single use books ( books bought at a book store, Amazon, or other online store).

Referrals for Gifted & Talented identification now open!

Each year, schools in St.

Alpine Inquirer 8-15-19

Alpine Inquirer 8-15-19

Join Us: Superintendent Community Meetings

St. Vrain Valley Schools is one of the fastest growing and most innovative school districts in the nation. This is a result of strong leadership and a commitment to strengthening infrastructure, technology, high-quality instruction and overall student achievement.
 
This success is also built upon interconnected partnerships with our teachers, staff, students, families, business and corporate partners, elected officials, and other members of the community. As St.

Alpine Inquirer 5-24-19

Alpine Inquirer 5-24-19

Tuition-Free Full-Day Kindergarten

Dear St. Vrain Valley Families,
 
We are excited to welcome your kindergarten student next year and continue our partnership to ensure your child’s success. Recently, you may have read information in the news about the passage of additional state funding for full-day kindergarten, and we wanted to share some information regarding the positive impact this will have on St.

Longmont Past, Present, Future: Innovative partnership offers timeless connections for learning and a better world

Imagine being able to talk with Longmont’s earliest settlers, absorb their wisdom, and learn from their challenges. Though portals to the past may not yet be a reality, St. Vrain Valley third graders are embracing the chance to authentically connect with their community’s history. The experience comes hand-in-hand with an opportunity to examine and learn from community members’ contemporary experience and collaboratively envision progress toward achieving goals through the design-thinking process.

Alpine Inquirer 5-16-19

Alpine Inquirer 5-16-19

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