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High Schools Launch Annual Fall Theater Performances

St. Vrain high school students across the district have spent countless hours during and after school in preparation for their school's fall theater production. Watch our students' showcase their talent and hard work. Performances are open to the public and community members are encouraged to attend.

100 Mile Club Information

Total School Miles = 2,655

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Parent Teacher Conferences

Our fall conferences will be held on October 9th

Reminder: Avid4 Adventure Registration

Avid4 Adventure will be at Longmont Estates during the week of October 2nd-5th for Kindergarten-5th grade.  This is essentially a field trip right here at school.  On your students' day of participation they will spend the en

Non-Student Contact Days

Eagle's Nest will be teaming up with Eagle Crest Elementary for Non-School Days this year. The first set of days are just around the corner. Care will be provided at Eagle Crest Elementary from 7am-6pm at a minimal cost of $45/ Day if paid before October 5th--after the 5th registration is $50/ Day. Last day for registration is October 8th. Space is limited and registration is open to the entire district, so please register ASAP.

Superintendent Update - Advancing the Future

It has been an outstanding start to the 2018-2019 academic year and I want to express my deep appreciation to our community for your continued partnership and support in advancing student achievement. In Colorado and across the United States, St. Vrain Valley Schools is leading the conversation on how to build a highly-successful public education system that is not only giving our students a strong competitive advantage for their future success, but also having a significant impact on the economic growth and overall health of our community.

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Longmont Estates teacher named finalist for state Teacher of the Year

Longmont Estates Elementary fifth-grade teacher Katie Goldsberry said school was always a magical place for her as a student, prompting her to want to create the same magic for the next generation.
 
"The more you learn, you become open minded," she said. "You become a citizen of not just your community and your state, but your world."
 
Goldsberry is one of six finalists for the Colorado Teacher of the Year award. The winner is expected to be announced Nov.

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