October PTO News

PTO News ~ October 2019

Thank you all for making our 2019 Fox Trot a success!  It takes a lot of work to put together a fundraiser and we appreciate how everyone comes together for this important event! 

Prize day is coming up on Friday, October 4th - we still have need for volunteers for that day if you have the time.    For details visit or email us.

October Health Office News

Health Office Reminders:


October Music News


Principal's Update

October STEM News

  • September was a colorful month for kindergarten.  They studied 5 colors: green, yellow, orange, blue, and red.

September Family Connections Newsletter

In this month's issue of the Family Connections Newsletter, we include Schoology tips for parents, information on private web browsing, and tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics for promoting healthy digital habits.

Band Night

St. Vrain Valley Schools presents Band Night

October 2, 2019 | 6:00 p.m.
Everly Montgomery Field (Longmont High School)

Community Invited:
Adults $5, Students $3, Children 6 & Under FREE
Eighth grade students get in FREE with student ID

Joing the St. Vrain community to enjoy performances from the following high school bands:

Running Club Totals for 9/13

    1        8.01
    2        8.46
    3        5.31
    4        1.75
    5        2.40
    6        7.49
    7        0.70
    8        3.80
    9        3.40
   10        3.50

September Community Schools News

Hello Fall River Families!

I hope the start of your year has been wonderful! I want to share with you exciting enrichment opportunities that are coming up this fall!

We are inviting Little Geniuses to teach a six-week Spanish class! If you want your child to learn from native speakers in an enriching fun way, this is the class for you! Students will play games, sing songs, and learn stories in a blended-immersion environment. Fliers will be going home in folders soon, so look for that!

September GT 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 advanced educational services.  These students typically 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.