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Teaching Our Kids to Not Interrupt

 

Running Club Totals 1/24

    1       39.16
    2       78.34
    3       12.56
    5       63.21
    6       57.15
    8       39.26
    9       47.07
   10       22.27
   11       36.41
   12       63.65
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January Family Connections Newsletter

In this month's issue of the Family Connections Newsletter, we explore ways St. Vrain teachers and students are using technology to enhance learning.

Running Club Totals 1/17

    1       38.41
    2       76.09
    3       12.56
    4        3.61
    5       60.96
    6       55.15
    8       36.76
    9       45.32
   10       22.27
   11       34.16
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Running Club Totals 1/10

    1       36.66
    2       72.45
    3       12.56
    4        3.54
    5       56.62
    6       51.23
    7        3.21
    8       33.33
    9       41.68
   10       22.27
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Celebrate Chinese New Year at Silver Creek High School, February 8

The Asian Pacific Association of Longmont, Silver Creek Leadership Academy and the St. Vrain Valley School District are excited to host the 10th Anniversary Chinese New Year Celebration at Silver Creek High School on February 8, 2020 from 2:00-5:00 p.m. This zero waste event is free and open to the public and will include cultural performances, hands-on activity booths, and Chinese food samplings.

To learn more about the event visit apalconnect.org >>

 

Early access to kindergarten and first grade | Join our informational meeting on January 8

 
St. Vrain Valley School Schools offers access to early enrollment for highly advanced gifted children under the age of 6.
 
A parent meeting to provide information regarding the early access process and characteristics of young gifted children is set for 5 to 6 p.m. Jan.

Sunset Middle School eighth grade students create books for Fall River kindergarteners

Fall River’s hallways were filled with a taller group of students this week as Sunset Middle School eighth graders paid a visit to their younger peers to read and deliver handmade books as the culmination of their language arts unit. 

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