It is St. Vrain’s philosophy that students with disabilities should be educated with their peers in their neighborhood school unless their needs are better addressed through a more specialized educational environment. St. Vrain offers a continuum of services delivered by special education staff members ranging from consultation with regular education teachers to varying amounts of direct services to students with disabilities depending on need. These support services are provided through building level special education staff and itinerated related service providers (i.e. speech/language, occupational therapists, etc.)
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2024-2025 Preschool Registration: St. Vrain Valley Schools and Universal Preschool Congruent Registration Now Available
Family registration for 2024-25 Colorado Universal Preschool (UPK) is now available. All children in Colorado can register for up to 15 hours per week of funding for high-quality preschool in their year before kindergarten, and many may be eligible for additional hours based on qualifying factors. Families who have not yet pre-registered for Preschool with […]
Erie Elementary Students Engage in Robotics Exploration
In its second year, the robotics program at Erie Elementary has rapidly grown into a cornerstone of the school’s extracurricular offerings, providing students in grades second through fifth opportunities to learn the fundamentals of designing, building, and programming robots. Driven by an overwhelming interest and a waitlist of over 70 students, the program expanded to […]
Reminder: Upcoming Parent University Sessions, March 6 and March 11
St. Vrain’s Parent University program provides training, information, and resources to parents and caregivers in order to support the well-being and success of their children. All events are from 5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Please note, sessions vary from in-person and virtual. Spanish interpretation will be available at every session and childcare will be available […]