On November 17, the University of Colorado’s Museum of Natural History is hosting the grand opening of the “Plains to the Park” exhibit at the BioLounge. The impetus of this project came from the Rocky Mountain National Park Research Con
On November 5, Westview Middle School hosted the Colorado Association of Middle Level Educators' annual Schools to Watch Conference. A group of 250 educators from around the state came together to transform the student experience. As a currently recognized School to Watch, Westview educators had the opportunity to highlight the rigorous learning that happens every day in St. Vrain Valley schools.
On Thursday, Nov. 3 our STEM Explorers were at the University of Colorado to collaborate with their scientists. They are working to create a short creative film highlighting a topic in science. Theses films will be shown at the STEM Explorers Film Festival on Thursday, December 10 at Westview
The 6th Grade band put on an excellent "Informance" Tuesday night. We call it an "informance" because it is a performance combined with so much information for our band parents. Hence the term "Informance" By any name they did a great job!
McIntosh Lake was surrounded by 3.1 miles of smiles Saturday morning, as hundreds of participants turned out for the annual Happy Smackah 5K fun run.
The sixth annual event — which each year raises money for a St. Vrain Valley School District staff member and/or student who is in need because of a health-related hardship — was expected to draw 800 participants who had registered in advance.
On Monday, May 23 from at 5:30 we will be showcasing short films created by teams of 6th grade filmmakers. The evening begins with a red carpet at 5:30 and we begin showing films at 6:00. Come join us for a night to celebrate student creativity and collaboration.
Think back to when you were a student, back-to-school shopping, finding your classroom, and the exciting lessons that would soon fill your day. The first day of school jitters that were calmed by the friendly, welcoming face, and celebrating the “ah ha” moments when you finally figured out how to solve the problem. Then there was the time in kindergarten, when you went to the restroom but couldn’t remember the way back to your classroom. As panic set in, that friendly face walked around the corner and they knew exactly where your classroom was.