ACE stands for Alternative Cooperative Education and is a career and technical education program that is designed for special populations, such as at-risk students. Instead of focusing on a specific CTE career pathway, like health careers or manufacturing, ACE focuses on building general employability skills. Students enrolled in the ACE program may also earn high school credit for their job if they enroll in our Cooperative Learning/Work Experience course.
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Student Responsible Use of Social Media
Thank you for your continued partnership and support as we advance the well-being of our students and the safety of our school communities. Toward this end, we have some important information to share with our families to best support our students’ responsible use of social media. When used appropriately, social media can be a helpful […]
Open House Dates 2021
St. Vrain Valley Schools are hosting open houses to answer questions and share information about the many program offerings available across the district as families begin planning their transition to middle and high school next year. Below are upcoming open house dates across the district. For questions regarding open houses, programming, or to schedule a […]
Local farmers show students where they get their food
Columbine Elementary joined Nutrition Services, School Wellness to celebrate Colorado Proud School Meal Day. The chickens were interesting and everyone wanted to know how bees make their honey. But the big star at Wednesday’s farming show-and-tell at Columbine Elementary was Westley, a 16-month-old horse who likes to show off a bit. “Oh he loves it,” […]