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Partnerships

We believe that in order to achieve excellence for all students, we must be open to new ideas, diverse perspective, and external expertise. In fact, as outlined in our strategic plan, one of our strategic initiatives is to continue to create and expand partnerships and communications pathways with families, business, community and regional/national organizations to expand learning opportunities for students. By June 2027, 100% of Steamboat Springs School District schools will provide access to local, regional, and national organizations to provide students with opportunities to experience learning through embedded partnerships in the curriculum framework at all levels.

Buell Foundation
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Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation
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United Way of the Yampa Valley
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Yampa Valley Community Foundation
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Partnership Stories

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Are you interested in playing an important role in the special education community? The Steamboat Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is seeking motivated parents of students with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) on the SEAC board. Members commit to one-year of membership with 6-7 meetings beginning the 2024-25 school year.  

Read More about Steamboat Springs Special Education Advisory Committee Now Accepting Members for the 2024-2025 School Year!
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Since the 2022-2023 school year, teachers from the Steamboat Springs School District have been conducting home visits with their students. A home visit consists of teachers pairing up, traveling to students' homes, and introducing themselves to parents. The visit focuses on building relationships, extending support, and actively listening to parents' concerns and insights. 

Read More about How Home Visits Are Transforming Education in SSSD