Each district is required to have a child find process to inform the public and to identify children ages birth to 21 who may be eligible to receive special education services. The District Child Find Assessment Team is a district level team that provides quality, child focused screenings and evaluations for children birth-5 and supports building level teams for students in grades K-12. Evaluation referrals come from a variety of sources including: families, community agencies, child care, preschools, medical providers and school staff. The School District of residence for any child ages birth through 21 is required to “Child Find” students who may have an educational disability as defined by the Individuals with Disabilities Educational Act.
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Upcoming Superintendent Town Hall Meetings
St. Vrain Valley Schools invites parents, teachers, staff, and community members to join Superintendent, Dr. Don Haddad, for one of our upcoming Superintendent Town Hall meetings. These meetings will provide an opportunity to engage in dialogue regarding important topics such as student achievement and success for every student, school safety, district finances, and other significant […]
Celebrate local conservation at the northern redbelly dace fish release event
Saturday, August 28, from 10 a.m. to noon will be a celebration of over two years of conservation efforts by multiple organizations with the release of the Colorado native, endangered northern redbelly dace, into Webster Pond at Pella Crossing. The event will include St. Vrain Valley Schools Future-Ready Innovation Lab and hands-on activity stations for […]
Fresh Colorado Peaches from the Western Slope to our Cafeterias Thursday!
Visit our school meal menu and you will see a ‘fresh fruit variety’ being served each day to our students. Our staff work hard to make sure they are delivered at the peak of ripeness so students can enjoy them as a nutritious summer time treat on their plates.