Family STEM Night brought together members of the community, families, staff and students! There were “Student Powered Projects” displayed, hands-on demonstrations, exploration with some of our un-plugged materials and a chance to peek into our Fox Forge Maker Space. Thank you to all for the support of this fun, informative evening.
Spring has officially arrived, and on April 17th, UNFRAMED, the district-wide art show, begins! Join the SVVSD in celebrating the artistic talents of the St. Vrain Valley students. The annual art show showcases various works of art representing a wide variety of forms and media used by student artists. Visitors can expect to view paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, design, new media, and much more.
Welcome Back! We hope everyone had a wonderful spring break and is returning fresh and ready for the final two months of school. Wow, that is hard to believe!
Student Council is looking forward to our 2nd annual trip to the City of Longmont to learn all about how our city council runs and the importance of their positions. We will be taking this trip at the end of April or 1st week in May. The date has yet to be determined. We will keep you posted.
Preschoolers have spent the last several weeks studying buildings. They learned about what materials are used, what buildings are used for, who builds them, and what makes them strong. The students had their first experience in the Fox Forge where they planned and built a building for one of the three little pigs. One of the highlights of this study was when Scott Smiley, the Superintendent of the construction that is happening at Fall River, came to talk to us.
Thank you to all of the helpers who have come to resticker our non-fictions books, all 4,901 of them! We are making major progress. The Learning Lab is a bit messy at the moment with relabeled books on top of shelves and to-be-labeled books in the shelves. But the end result of all this “stickering and stacking” will make finding the perfect book so much easier for our students.
For the third summer in a row, the Young Americans Center for Financial Education, a Denver-based pioneering nonprofit, will lead its award-winning, week-long Young Ameritowne on the Road Summer Camp, for students entering third through sixth grade, at Sunset Middle School.
The traveling camp is a recent innovation, bringing the camp, which covers financial literacy, local government and workplace readiness, from the Denver center to offsite locations. Students will attend one of two tracks, Junior Money Matters for incom