The final Student Council Newsletter is really here. The school year has flown by. Student Council had a busy year and we still have a few more things to do before the end of May. On Thursday, April 26th we are headed to the Longmont City Building. Students will have an opportunity to learn about our city council and the many tasks they take on. They will also receive a tour of the city building including the 911 call center and possibly the jail. Please note that due to 4-27-18 being a non-student contact day, we will not have a student council meeting.
Preschoolers are currently learning about plants. They are being scientist and observing the changes taking place in the seeds they planted. They are learning what a plant needs and how to care for one. The art talent in preschool is outstanding. They sketched beautiful daisies and carnations from looking at live flowers.
The end of the school year is a busy time for FRES students and families, and for the PTO as well! There are still many ways to get involved!
Our final PTO meeting of the year will be on Monday, May 14, at 6p. We will vote on next year’s executive board, discuss planning for next year’s Fox Trot, and review recent and current PTO projects. As usual, child care will be provided for kids 3 years of age and older.
Thank you for your continued partnership and unwavering support which has contributed significantly to student achievement and success. I am deeply appreciative of our community, as you have consistently demonstrated your value for public education through the generous passage of several mill levy overrides and bond initiatives, among many other ways that you have strengthened our schools. Together with our excellent teachers and staff, our students are receiving the benefit of an outstanding education.
As we move closer to the end of another outstanding year in St. Vrain Valley Schools, I want to take a moment to recognize the achievements and growth we have seen across our system. In the coming weeks, we will be championing the thousands of students who will be transitioning to kindergarten, middle school, high school or graduating with their St. Vrain Valley Schools diploma. It is through our outstanding educators, dedicated parents and unwavering community support that we have seen our students and schools excel to the highest levels of achievement.
An artist can find inspiration in the world around them. From majestic photography to the fine details in drawings, painting and pottery, St. Vrain students shine at this year’s districtwide Art Show, Unframed.
This annual art show will showcase various works of art representing a wide variety of forms and media used by student artists. Works of art include paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, design, new media and much more from students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. And, every school in the district is represented at this show.