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Inclusion is Elemental, Trail Ridge Middle School students learn the importance of inclusion from two world class athletes

Inclusion is Elemental, Trail Ridge Middle School students learn the importance of inclusion from two world class athletes

The Day of Inclusion brings awareness to and teaches others how to include those with cognitive and physical disabilities in school communities.
Silver Creek student teaches game design class

Silver Creek student teaches game design class

Senior leads six-week course as part of capstone
SVVSD incorporates sensory rooms to ready students for learning

SVVSD incorporates sensory rooms to ready students for learning

In a study conducted by Grand Valley State University, researchers found that students were “56% more engaged in classroom activities post-sensory room intervention.” 
Students use novel science in effort to reintroduce endangered fish

Students use novel science in effort to reintroduce endangered fish

Innovation Center team continues work with northern redbelly dace
Firehouse to showcase Skyline student art in March

Firehouse to showcase Skyline student art in March

Six seniors curate gallery as part of capstone project
CDC: Masks can come off in schools unless COVID metrics are high

CDC: Masks can come off in schools unless COVID metrics are high

Schools should only mandate masks when COVID cases and hospitalizations are high, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended Friday
Student survey: St. Vrain high schools saw overall wellness, culture improve despite pandemic

Student survey: St. Vrain high schools saw overall wellness, culture improve despite pandemic

While struggles with mental health increased, other areas seeing positive trends
Silver Creek's Unified basketball team faces Longmont Police Department in rivalry

Silver Creek's Unified basketball team faces Longmont Police Department in rivalry

“This is our year,” boasted Officer Douglas.
Debt may no longer block Colorado students from getting college transcripts

Debt may no longer block Colorado students from getting college transcripts

Colorado lawmakers want to limit a practice in which colleges withhold transcripts from students because they owe money.
Special education funding bill brings Colorado close to 2006 promises

Special education funding bill brings Colorado close to 2006 promises

Colorado took a big step toward fulfilling an old promise on Wednesday