VISIONOur vision is a St. Vrain Valley community that is informed about education funding in Colorado and empowered to take action for the benefit of our schools.
•To communicate current facts about education funding in Colorado
•To promote informed decision-making on both state and local school finance issues
•To provide opportunities for participation in education funding decisions that impact the school communities of the St. Vrain Valley
We are grateful for the partnerships in the St. Vrain Valley communities that we have had the pleasure of developing over the years. We would like to extend our thanks to our Superintendent Don Haddad and the SVVSD Administration for your collaboration, partnership and encouragement; to our locally elected officials, the St Vrain Valley Education Association, and the St. Vrain Valley Board of Education for their support on campaigns; to our elected State Senators and Representatives for answering our questions and their time spent with us at coffee houses and the Capitol; and to our SVVSD Principals and Parent Organizations for welcoming us to meetings. We have learned so much from all of you and we are grateful for your support.
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As legislators work on the state budget, a term we always hear when they are determining school funding is the “Negative Factor.” It is a provision in state law that reduces the amount of total program funding and state aid provided to K-12 … Continue reading
Please join us for the Yes on 3A Volunteer Appreciation Gathering on Monday, November 14 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at High Plains Bank, 600 Kimbark Street in Longmont.
Data shows that most people vote over the weekend. That is why we want to remind voters Friday afternoon about ballot issue 3A for the St. Vrain Valley School District! Please join us for our Honk & Wave events this … Continue reading
Voting. It’s the way we, as citizens, have a voice in how our country, state, city, and even our schools are run. With all of the attention and press surrounding the presidential candidates, it is hard to focus on the … Continue reading
After receiving recommendations from a Community Task Force as well as parent leaders from numerous SVVSD schools, the SVVSD Board of Education has recommended that the St. Vrain Valley School District draft ballot language for a $260 million bond measure to … Continue reading