Students are welcome to dress up in Halloween costumes on October 31st only, as long as the following Halloween Dress Code guidelines are followed:
•Regular school rules regarding the dress code must be followed.
•Toy or Facsimile guns/weaponsof any kindare not allowed.•No full faced masks, canes, sticks, or weapon-like items of any kind are allowed. No fake blood or other substances that will spill or cause a mess will be allowed.
In order to keep all of your devices safe and secure, DTS needs to make an update to your wireless profile.
In order to allow our devices to use the svvsd network safely and securely we install a certificate on your St. Vrain devices. These periodically expire, and because the current wireless certificate expires in mid-November, we need to install an updated certificate.
The deadline to register for Girls and Boys Basketball, Girls Swimming, and wrestling is November 15 at 3:30pm.
You need to complete the online registration and bring your current physical to the athletic office to receive your pink clearance form. You will not be able to tryout on Nov 18th without a complete clearance form. Please see Leslie in the athletic office if you have any questions.
Wednesday, October 16, 9th and 10th graders will take the practice PSAT test and the juniors will take the NMSQT.
Along with attendance, citizenship, grade point averages, leadership and participation in co-curricular activities, the PSAT and SAT assessments are important measures of our students success at Skyline High School. The PSAT and SAT assess college and career readiness; additionally, success on these assessments opens doors to college acceptance and scholarships.
Thank you for registering for Advanced Placement (AP) Coursework and giving your student a head start on postsecondary readiness and career preparation. Last year, St. Vrain students took 3,950 Advanced Placement Exams, potentially saving families up to $4,000,000 in future college tuition costs. St. Vrain has many resources available to ensure your student is prepared for success throughout their AP experience.