Competitive sports in grades 6 through 8 and expanded career and technical education opportunities among the new additions
From the Superintendent: St. Vrain Valley School District – Unprecedented Levels of Student Achievement and Success
As we prepare to begin the 2022-2023 school year, we have so much to celebrate across our community. At no other time in our history have we seen such unprecedented levels of achievement across all of our schools, and we plan to carry that momentum and acceleration into the new school year.
Every new school year is filled with opportunity. I am exceptionally excited to not only welcome students and staff back to class this fall, but to see what they accomplish during the 2022-2023 school year.
Even though remote learning isn’t the rule of the day, going online is still a big part of the school experience. Here are some easy methods you can use to keep your student’s online interactions safe
Extracurricular Activities: Educating a Child is About So Much More Than What Happens in a Classroom
Learning about the world means connecting with experiences and engagement that doesn’t always take place in the confines of a school building.
Sean Kemp teaches music to students from morning to night at Flagstaff Academy in Longmont. Sondra Blanchard juggles over 1,000 musical instruments students can rent at HB Woodsongs in Boulder. At Classical Tones in Broomfield, Alena Kamchatna works with all age levels from 5 years old to college bound. Ask any of them why they work so hard to teach music to young people and they will answer as Sean does: “Because it’s worth it.”