In accordance with recommendations from the Governor's Office and our county health agency partners, all in-person (in building) instruction in St. Vrain, will be canceled for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. The district will continue to implement its online learning in accordance with the district calendar.
Additional information can be found at http://svvsd.org/coronavirus.
De acuerdo con las recomendaciones de la Oficina del Gobernador y los socios de nuestra agencia de salud del condado, toda la instrucción en persona (en el edificio) en St. Vrain se cancelará por el resto del año escolar 2019-2020. El distrito continuará implementando su aprendizaje en línea de acuerdo con el calendario del distrito.
Continuaremos actualizando a los padres a través de nuestro sitio web http://svvsd.org/coronavirus-espanol
Anatomy in Clay is all about opening our students’ eyes to how amazing our bodies truly are. “How can all of this stuff fit in here?” is a question I have been asked this fall. These organs don't just fit; most perform their functions without us even thinking about what they are doing.
Another comment I have heard quite often is “My muscles look nothing like the ones you built.” This is another concept that is emphasized – although we have pretty much the same body plan, we have variation and that is not only okay, but also normal. Some kids build huge muscles whereas others build more slender ones.
No matter the differences in building, all students are being exposed to correct anatomical terms and actually using them in class. And while having fun being creative and building with clay students are developing an appreciation for the incredible bodies in which we live.