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GT September News

Each year schools in St. Vrain Valley School District complete a process to identify students in grades K-12 who demonstrate exceptional ability or performance in one or more academic areas and may therefore qualify for Gifted/Talented educational services.  These students perform at least two years above grade level in their strength area(s) and require additional academic challenges in order to support their continued educational growth and progress.  In addition, they usually demonstrate characteristics of unique creativity and high motivation in their strength areas.

Music September News

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Art September News

Welcome back Fall River Foxes!

It has been great to see the return of all our outstanding artists here at Fall River!

All grade levels are currently studying line in art and creating expressive line designs. We will be combining the individual designs to make a large community mural for display.

Thank you for your support,

Bill Kloser

Art Specialist

Preschool September News

We are off to a great start in Preschool! We have been working hard on routines and expectations and we are enjoying getting to know each other. We have learned lots of new songs and have listened to many stories. We are also working hard on recognizing and writing our names.

Principal September News

Dear Fall River Families,

Fox Trot 2017

What is Fox Trot?

St. Vrain Students Look to the Sky

On August 21, students across St. Vrain Valley Schools experienced the 'Great American Eclipse' through district-provided safety viewing glasses, indoor live-streaming and immersive classroom activities.

Superintendent's Update - August 2017

The start of a new academic year is one of my favorite times to visit our schools and talk with our students, families, teachers and staff. Our hallways are filled with a palpable optimism and drive to continue our momentum toward the highest levels of academic growth and success.

Welcome Back!

Hello, Fall River Families!

 

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2017 Eclipse Safety and Parent Information

Eclipse Safety Checklist

It’s not the eclipse that is dangerous to observe, it’s the sun! The sun’s visible (and invisible) rays can cause serious damage to the sensitive tissues of the eyes, often without being immediately aware of it. Normally, our common sense protects us from looking directly at the sun for more than a second.

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