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Commonly Asked Questions

Marijuana taxes, summer facility use and central administrative overhead costs are three commonly asked questions about operations in St. Vrain Valley Schools. 

Welcome New St. Vrain Administrators

Rachel Ayers, Principal, Mead High School

St. Vrain's Learning Technology Plan enters its third year

Think buying school supplies is hectic? Try prepping 18,000 iPads to be handed out to students across St. Vrain Valley Schools. Such is the start of the academic year for Michelle Bourgeois, Project Manager of Learning Technology Plan, and her team at District Technology Services.

Volunteers Needed: Crayons to Calculators

Crayons to Calculators is a program the provides school supplies to students in need. Each year over 4,500 backpacks are filled with school supplies and provided to children in need throughout St. Vrain Valley Schools.

St. Vrain is Hiring - 2016 Job Fair

Join us at our upcoming 2016 Job Fair and learn more about opportunities in nutrition

St. Vrain 'super school' proposal in running for $10M grant

The St. Vrain Valley School District — plus two Boulder groups — are all waiting to find out if their ideas for a high school will win a $10 million grant from Laurene Powell Jobs' challenge.

Jobs, the widow of Apple's Steve Jobs, earlier this year promised to donate $50 million and issued a challenge — dubbed the XQ Super School Project — to communities to reimagine the American high school.

The winners are expected to be announced in August.

Race to the Top recipients take SVVSD learning tour

Jalali Hartman said Thursday that prior to working with St. Vrain Valley students, he didn't know what they'd be capable of, but that he was ultimately impressed. He even joked that he has been left wondering why he needs to hire anyone.

St. Vrain Valley students build prototypes to solve world problems

St. Vrain Valley elementary students this week dreamed up sprawling, cardboard school playground prototypes that included pools, zip lines, rocks walls, carousels and tunnels.

They used pipe cleaners, bottle caps, Popsicle sticks and various other bits and pieces to represent their design ideas, then presented to other students and talked about what changes they would make if they had more time.

Students build robot to help Denver Zoo study endangered frogs in Peru

The Denver Post
by Yesenia Robles

A group of 10 high school students on Saturday tested an underwater robot they built to replace human divers in search of a rare frog at South America’s Lake Titicaca.

For about five years, scientists from the Denver Zoo have been helping officials in South America doing population surveys of a frog that is found only living underwater in Lake Titicaca and is known for doing push-ups.

St. Vrain Valley seniors celebrate graduation, prepare for future

About 2,000 seniors are set to graduate from St. Vrain Valley high schools this coming weekend, most on Saturday.

They took more rigorous classes than any previous graduating class, including Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and honors classes, plus college classes through partnerships with Colorado State University, the University of Colorado and Front Range Community College.

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