It is SVVSD’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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May Family Connections Newsletter
In this month’s issue of the Family Connections Newsletter, we introduce a new district tool for internet filtering, share resources for setting healthy limits for technology use at home, and share ideas for summer learning activities. To sign up to receive the monthly newsletter in your email, click here.
Wildflower Remembrance Garden……
Inspired by a remembrance garden at the Tower of London, Art Teacher, Elena Russ created a plan for Lyons Elementary School. With the assistance of PTO and volunteers, Mrs. Russ worked with students to create 240 ceramic flowers in art class. Students then “planted” the flowers as to commemorate the lives lost to the COVID-19 […]
Drums Alive at Lyons Elementary School…
Music Teacher, Charlie Plehaty and PE Teacher, Zach Martinez have worked to bring Drums Alive to Lyons Elementary. Students will spend several days learning drumming and movement concepts to be demonstrated on May 25th during our New Games Day. Drums Alive DRUMTASTIC® is an evidence-based program that applies fitness, drumming, music, and educational concepts designed […]