Author: mcdermid_kerri

Those who can, teach.

Humanity has forever been shaped by the educators who have inspired hearts and minds throughout our history. Behind our history’s greatest moments, those who could changed the world. All because those who can, teach. Message from the Superintendent Dear St. Vrain Valley Community, There is no more noble and important profession in our society than that […]

3.8 Million Meals and Counting

St. Vrain Valley Schools has a strong focus on nutrition and has received many recognitions such as the USDA’s Once in a Melon Award for administering an exemplary farm to school program. Additionally, the 3.8 millions meals that our Nutrition Services team serves each year includes local produce – including organic produce from Colorado’s Western Slope – whenever available. Other […]

Update Regarding Masking Protocols in St. Vrain Valley Schools

Dear St. Vrain Valley Schools Teachers, Staff, and Families, Thank you for your continued partnership in advancing the well-being and success of our students. Throughout the pandemic, we have continued to work closely with our county and state health agencies regarding COVID-19 safety protocols. Last night, the Boulder County Board of Health voted to end […]

Upcoming Superintendent Town Hall Meetings

St. Vrain Valley Schools invites parents, teachers, staff, and community members to join Superintendent, Dr. Don Haddad, for one of our upcoming Superintendent Town Hall meetings. These meetings will provide an opportunity to engage in dialogue regarding important topics such as student achievement and success for every student, school safety, district finances, and other significant […]

Project kits provide hands-on learning from home for Longmont’s Career Elevation and Technology Center students

Packaged in plastic boxes and bags, hundreds of project kits created for St. Vrain Valley School District students enrolled in the Career Elevation and Technology Center awaited pick up Friday in the parking lot at 1200 Sunset St. Under tents set up outside the building, masked students relished a moment to have face-to-face contact with […]

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With apprenticeships seen as key to post-pandemic economic recovery, local partners invest in future talent

Gov. Jared Polis declared November Apprenticeship Month in recognition of the role such programs play in supporting economic recovery and moving forward in the time of COVID-19.  “As we work on Colorado’s economic recovery, apprenticeships can help workers of all ages and backgrounds gain in-demand skills while also earning a paycheck,” Joe Barela, executive director […]

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