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A publication for the Soaring Heights community.

Eagle News

Week of April 18, 2022

Upcoming Events

CMAS 
Monday, April 25-28 Make Up Testing

MS Track Meet at Trail Ridge
Monday, April 25
3:30

Unified Basketball Practice
Tuesday, April 26
3:45-4:45

First Grade Concert at Soaring Heights
Tuesday, April 26
6:00

Wacky Wednesday & Hat Day - Robotics Fundraiser
Wednesday, April 27

7th & 8th Grade Track Meet at Longmont High School
Thursday, April 28
3:30

Second Grade Concert at Soaring Heights
Tuesday, April 28
6:00

Non-Student Contact--NO SCHOOL
Friday, April 29

 

Dear Soaring Heights Families,
 
Thank you for all your support during CMAS testing these last few weeks. The week of May 2-6 is dedicated to Teacher Appreciation.  This is a great opportunity to support our dedicated staff and for students to have some fun while building community.  We encourage everyone to take part in the different activities.
 
As the last weeks of the school year are upon us, we are focusing on a strong academic finish and engaging students in meaningful end of the year activities. Please take time to work with your child to identify one or two goals to complete for the end of the year.  Taking advantage of these last weeks of school will help ensure students experience success and will be ready for next year.
 
We are looking forward to celebrating the end of the track season.  It has been amazing to see our students' progress and dedication.  We are sending 10 robotics teams to Worlds in the coming weeks. We are looking forward to the 1st and 2nd grade concerts coming up along with our Musical, Madagascar.    
 
We are incredibly proud of our students and teachers' hard work and resiliency.  Their accomplishments and growth speak volumes about their character. We look forward to celebrating our students at the end of the year.
 
Please let us know if you have questions or need assistance.
 
Best wishes,
 

 

Cyrus Weinberger, Principal
Meghan Quirk, Assistant Principal
Krystal Trinkler, Dean
Matt Romig, Dean

2022-23 Busing Request Form
 

Dear St. Vrain Parents and Guardians,

Thank you for your continued partnership and support as St. Vrain Valley Schools prepares for the 2022-2023 school year. The Transportation Department is committed to continuously providing the best possible service for our students attending classes within the district. To this end, each year we require that students desiring transportation services complete an application for busing. The application window is currently available and remains open throughout the academic year. Parents and Guardians will be notified when an application has been processed and a seat has been reserved.

While we make every effort to accommodate as many eligible riders as possible, transportation services are provided on a space-available, and first-come, first-served basis.

Please click on the link below for Step-by-Step instructions for the Bus Rider Application which also includes a link to our Bus Rider Application.  Please contact us at 303-702-7530 if you have additional questions.

https://www.svvsd.org/2022/04/22/step-by-step-guide-for-bus-rider-application-2022-2023-school-year/

Sincerely,

Lance Yoxsimer
Director of Transportation
St. Vrain Valley Schools

Waste Free Snack Contest from Eco-Eagles
 

During the month of April, the Eco-Eagles club is holding a waste-free snack contest. The purpose is to raise awareness of trash and litter and encourage waste-reducing habits during Earth month! 

To participate, students just need to take a photo of their trash-free snack and scan the contest QR code (posted in classrooms and hallways) to fill in the form and submit their entry. There is no limit to how many times students can enter! 

One winner each week will receive a gift card for an ice cream shop so they can enjoy a great waste-free treat...an ice cream cone!

Ideas for waste-free snacks include: apples, oranges and bananas packaged only in their own peel, chips or crackers packaged in a washable container, or reusing a zip top plastic bag instead of throwing it away. Good luck! Thanks for participating! 

 
This year, the Hispanic Education Foundation is once again hosting a Virtual Ceremony to announce the annual scholarship award recipients. The event will be Wednesday, May 4th. In addition to the virtual ceremony, we will be hosting a Dinner Night Out on the same evening at several restaurants in the area. (See the invitation for participating restaurants.) All funds raised by sponsorships and dinner night out support scholarships for seniors in our school district.
 

🎶Save the Date! 🎶

Elementary music concerts are back this year! Please mark your calendars for the following dates:

2nd Grade- April 28th, 6pm @ SHPK-8
1st Grade- April 26th, 6pm @ SHPK-8

We're so excited to show off as a community again! Look for more details closer to our show times!

Thank you!

Mrs. Waskiewicz 
waskiewicz_april@svvsd.org
GO EAGLES GO!!!
Road Construction on County Road 5: Road Closure 

Beginning Monday, March 14, County Road 5 will be closed to all traffic north of the Soaring Heights main entrance. Please click here for more information from the Town of Erie and a map of the impacted area.

Both entrances to Soaring Heights will remain open; however, they will only be accessible for cars traveling north on County Road 5, or traveling east on the newly opened Flora View Dr.  Cars exiting the parking lots will not be allowed to turn north.  If needed, Erie PD will be on-site to assist with traffic flow and pedestrian safety.

***Please use caution and mind the speed limit of 25 mph on Flora View Dr.  The Town of Erie has observed vehicles traveling at speeds beyond the speed limit.  Please help keep everyone safe during this construction phase and observe speed limits***
Immunization requirement information from the Colorado Department of Public Heath and Environment
Our PTO is bursting with activity.  Please read the PTO Newsletter and be connected!
Please bring your water bottles to school! We have a VERY limited supply of disposable drinking cups, so we request students bring bottles from home.

PLEASE!  No open drinks in class--Only water bottles
To Read about the Soaring Heights 100 Mile Club - Click Here

Click Here to Register
If you have questions, please reach out to our Health Clerk.
Phone: (303) 702-8020 OPT 4
Click Here to view St. Vrain Valley Schools Lunch Menu

We are happy to share that all student meals in SVVSD schools will once again be provided at no cost to families through June 30, 2022.

Even though meals are free, the SVVSD School Nutrition Department is asking that you (PLEASE) complete the online free and reduced lunch application this year, and here is why:

Family Benefits:
-School program fees are waived
-After-school program fees are waived
-Preschool program fees are waived
-SAT and ACT test and college application fees are reduced
-Access to community food bank services are available
-Discounts on utilities and internet service are available

School Benefits:
-Schools receive more federal dollars in their budgets
-Schools receive additional grant dollars in grants targeting school programs
-District Technology receives additional e-rate funding
-SVVSD qualifies to receive more money per student from state and
federal funding which they pass on to classroom support
-SVVSD may become eligible for funding to support more after-school
and pre-school programs

The online application can be found at   https://www.myschoolapps.com. Whether you qualify or not, please consider submitting the application for the benefit of your schools.

For menus and additional information regarding school nutrition, please visit:https://stvrainnutrition.org

The Behavior Code of Conduct
The Behavior Code of Conduct will be available Monday, August 30th in Infinite Campus. While you are completing the Behavior Code of Conduct in Infinite Campus, please take this opportunity to update student contact information. Also if your living situation has changed and you need assistance, you will be able to submit the McKinney-Vento or Migrant Worker form located in Infinite Campus. 
 

Community Schools
Before & After School Care


St. Vrain’s Community Schools program provides a safe, structured and positive environment that extends school day learning and supports families in need of before- and after-school care. The program provides a balanced menu of educational, enrichment and recreational activities to promote student achievement and engagement. Our childcare program is licensed through the Colorado Department of Human Services for children ages 5-11.  For more information please contact David Zuniga, Program Manager at 303-709-3295 or zuniga_david@svvsd.org
 
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St. Vrain Valley Schools is hiring essential positions in the following departments: transportation services, before- and after-school childcare, nutrition services, custodial services, and special education paraprofessionals. St. Vrain team members are an integral part of their school and building community and serve as role models for students. Employees in essential roles enjoy strong benefit packages, flexible schedules, and paid training.

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