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Colorado bill aims to improve resources for college students with disabilities

Colorado bill aims to improve resources for college students with disabilities

The Colorado legislature this year will consider a proposal that aims to make the path a little easier for students
Public Education, Our Greatest Investment

Public Education, Our Greatest Investment

In the 20 years that I have been a part of St. Vrain Valley Schools, I have seen the world completely transform at a rapid pace.
Colorado schools open doors amid record COVID surge

Colorado schools open doors amid record COVID surge

Most Colorado school districts are bringing students back to the classroom this week as scheduled
COVID cases on the rise: What parents need to know about returning to SVVSD

COVID cases on the rise: What parents need to know about returning to SVVSD

In the past seven days, Boulder County has recorded 585.2 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people
Colorado projects student enrollment won’t recoup pandemic losses

Colorado projects student enrollment won’t recoup pandemic losses

School leaders had hoped enrollment would rebound after the highly disrupted 2020-21 school year.
These Colorado School of Mines seniors designed the future of outdoor accessibility for their finals

These Colorado School of Mines seniors designed the future of outdoor accessibility for their finals

For their final projects, groups of seniors were asked to figure out solutions to problems
Concerning social media posts result in increased school safety today at SVVSD

Concerning social media posts result in increased school safety today at SVVSD

Threats are not specific to SVVSD schools, but caution is being taken.
Colorado graduates Hispanic men at low rates — but it can improve

Colorado graduates Hispanic men at low rates — but it can improve

The disparate rate at which Hispanic men earn degrees from Colorado universities hasn’t improved much over the last decade
Food service directors await federal action to keep school lunch programs going

Food service directors await federal action to keep school lunch programs going

School districts are seeing higher participation rates, meaning more students are opting for a school lunch than in previous years.
P-TEACH paves the way for a new generation of educators

P-TEACH paves the way for a new generation of educators

Pathways to Teaching puts SVVSD students on an early track to become educators.
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