Open Enrollment (OE) is the one time each year when employees can enroll, drop or make benefit coverage changes without a qualifying life event. OE starts Monday, 11/6 and ends Friday, 11/17. (No late enrollments will be accepted.). Enrollment changes made during OE are effective 01/01/18.
If you are a benefits-eligible employee working at least 17½ hours per week (even if you aren’t currently enrolled in the district’s health plan), plan on joining us for an onsite biometric health screening this December. Biometric screenings can help identify if you’re at risk for diabetes, heart disease, hypertension or other chronic diseases. The screenings are district-paid through the employee wellness program and results are confidential.
Even healthy people can get the flu. Protect yourself and your loved ones by getting a flu shot. For your convenience, the district is partnering with Nextera Healthcare to offer seven onsite flu shot clinics for benefit-eligible employees who work 17.5 hours per week or more (see the schedule below). The shots are district-paid through the employee wellness program. Though walk-ins will be accepted, we recommend scheduling an appointment to keep wait times to a minimum. Registration is now open.
The Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley (EFSVV) is now accepting grant requests from teachers and schools for projects that enhance student learning within St. Vrain Valley Schools. Previous grants have been awarded to fund technology, learning tools, field trips, and curriculum enhancement materials.
St. Vrain Valley Schools is one of the fastest growing and most innovative school districts in the nation. This is a result of strong leadership and a commitment to strengthening infrastructure, technology, high-quality instruction and overall student achievement.
This success is also built upon interconnected partnerships with our teachers, staff, students, parents, business and corporate partners, and elected officials. As St. Vrain launches the start of the 2017-2018 school year, St.
Last year the APT Meet and Confer Committee reviewed the APT Evaluation. The committee recommended rubric changes that aligned more closely with all employee groups. Further discussion led to the committee developing a new evaluation tool that would be accessible through the internet and not Citrix.
What changes have been made to the APT Evaluation?
Last year the 1338 Committee reviewed the Certified Evaluation. The 1338 Committee revised the state evaluation and developed the new evaluation tool called the St. Vrain Rubric to align with Tier 1 instruction. Also, the St. Vrain rubric has the professional goals as a focal point in the evaluation.
The only groups that will continue to use the RANDA tool are SSPs, Counselors and Principals.
What changes have been made to the Certified Evaluation?
To look up your direct deposit follow the steps below:
--> Log on to Infinite Visions (IV) iv.svvsd.org
--> Select Pay/Tax Information
--> Click on Employee Pay
--> Select Pay Period
If you are having problems with logging into your account, please contact Human Resources at 303-682-7367. If you have questions about your direct deposit, please contact Financial Services 303-682-7203.
Horizontal increments on the Teacher’s Salary Schedule will be implemented at the beginning of the contract year, August 10 and again on January 1. To qualify for such an increment the credits must have been completed by September 1 or January 1 and official transcripts submitted to the District no later than October 13 or February 15.