Students who are working below grade level in math and writing receive extra, direct instruction through grade-level teams. Burlington uses a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) process to determine if students can meet grade-level expectations. A few students are determined to need Special Education. Burlington has several Special Education teachers who support students with moderate to high needs for Special Education.
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Nutrition Services Summer Meal Distribution Program
St. Vrain Valley Schools’ Nutrition Services Department will once again offer summer meals at no cost to families from June 6-30 on Monday-Thursday each week. Drive-through meal service will provide breakfast and lunch each day. Double meals will be handed out on Thursdays. The curbside meal program will be available at the following locations: Altona […]
Those who can, teach.
Humanity has forever been shaped by the educators who have inspired hearts and minds throughout our history. Behind our history’s greatest moments, those who could changed the world. All because those who can, teach. Message from the Superintendent Dear St. Vrain Valley Community, There is no more noble and important profession in our society than that […]
A Strong Foundation for Global Acceleration
By Don Haddad, Ed.D., Superintendent As I reflect on the past three years in St. Vrain Valley Schools, and all that we have achieved during a time of great global disruption, I am reminded of the strong investments we’ve made over a decade ago that have propelled our acceleration and success in a time of […]