Category: Parents

PIE January Sessions

Session descriptions:The January PIE sessions will be a two-part series, Active Parenting for Teens. These classes offer parents skills and strategies for better communication with young people about substance use and sexuality. Parents will learn about the negative social and physical effects of substance use, with a special emphasis on how substances affect the developing brain.Active […]

ACCESS Testing

ELD Parents and Guardians- Each January the ESL students in the state of Colorado are assessed with the ACCESS test.  This English test has 4 parts (speaking, listening, reading and writing) and will help us determine how much English your child has learned in those areas over the last year.  This is a very important […]

Trip Tracker

Trip Tracker is an alternative transportation encouragement and reward program with a goal to significantly reduce the use of automobiles as the primary mode of getting students to and from school. When participants carpool, ride the school bus (school bus or RTD), bike, walk, or get dropped off 1/4 mile away and then walk in, […]

Alpine Annual Holiday Luncheon

Please join us for Alpine’s Annual Holiday Luncheon.  Please RSVP with payment by November 8th. No resevations will be accepted after November 8th. Parents and Grandparents welcome! Cost for Adults and siblings $4.25  Lunch Schedule Grade 1: 10:50am  Kindergarten: 11:15am  Grade 2: 11:40am Grade 3: 12:05pm  Grade 5: 12:20pm Grade 4: 12:40pm  

Referrals for Gifted & Talented identification now open!

Each year, schools in St. Vrain Valley School District complete a process to identify students in grades K-12 who demonstrate exceptional ability or performance in one or more academic areas and may therefore qualify for Gifted/Talented educational services.  These students perform at least two years above grade level in their strength area(s) and require additional […]

Staff Highlight 4-4-19

Weekly Staff Member HighlightIn an effort to introduce our fabulous staff to the broader community, we highlight one staff member a week in our newsletter. Instead of typical bios, we will present some fun info about each person. For full bios, please visit our website. Please meet:  Bethany RichardsPosition:  School CouncelorOne item checked off her […]

Project Independance

As you know, parents of teens with disabilities tend to be anxious about what will happen once high school ends.   Project Independence provides free workshops to help Denver parents who have children with disabilities learn about options for their children once they leave high school.  The project also trains youth from ages 14-21 about their options after high school.   A […]

Parents Involved in Education Events

 Click here for calendar. Click here for information on the first session. Also, we will be hosting our annual end of the year celebration on April 17, 2019, from 5-8pm at the Longmont Museum. Please go ahead and mark your calendars and plan to attend. The celebration is a wonderful event, where we highlight a local […]

Mountain Lion VEX Tournament

On Saturday, January 12th, Alpine hosted their 6th annual Mountain Lion VEX IQ Tournament. Thirty teams from 7 SVVSD elementary schools competed together to demonstrate and challenge their skills in problem solving, programming, building, teamwork, driving, design, and critical thinking. Led by Alpine teachers, Julie Daley and Nathan Koenigseker and volunteer parent coaches, six 3rd-5th grade […]

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