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New Vision Charter School (6220)

Elementary school

Charter school

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2366 E 1ST STREET
LOVELAND, CO 80538

Charter School.

1,006

Total Students Served

Half Day Kindergarten - Grade 8

School Profile


About New Vision Charter School (6220)

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New Vision Charter School

2023-2024

New Vision Charter School is a K-8 charter school located in Loveland, Colorado. New Vision Charter School (NVCS) currently enrolls 1,009 students from Loveland and the surrounding communities of Johnstown, Greeley, Berthoud, Severance, Johnstown, and Fort Collins. There are approximately 24 students in each kindergarten class, 27 students per class in grades 1-8. It is the goal of NVCS to maintain these class sizes. NVCS believes that children learn best in an environment in which they feel saf e, in which their differences are respected, and in which they are held to high expectations for success. We believe that children thrive in fair, structured, and disciplined surroundings and that such surroundings can promote the development of values and character. We encourage, and expect, parents to be active participants in their child's education and welcome their input and involvement. To further expand learning opportunities, NVCS operates on a longer school day than other Thompson District schools. At the K-3 Building the school day will begin at 7:40 a.m. and end at 3:20 p.m. and at the 4-8 Building the school day will run from 7:50-3:30 Monday through Friday, this is approximately 15 minutes longer than the typical district school day. Current staffing at New Vision Charter School consists of four administrators, 50 certified staff members, and 15 classified staff members. New Vision Charter School partners with Thompson School District under and ensured model that results in the sharing of specialists including Speech Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, School Psychologist, School Social Worker, and Student Services Coordinator. New Vision Charter School implements the Core Knowledge Curriculum in grades K-8. Our core curriculum support for ELA in grades K-5 is Core Knowledge Language Arts (CKLA) published and distributed through Amplify. Our math curriculum support tool for grades K-5 is Eureka Math, paired with ZEARN. Student needs in both ELA and math are determined by local assessments and classroom formative assessments. In the 2022-23 school year, we implemented What I Need (WIN) in grades K-8. This is a time in our daily schedule when we flood grades and classes with specialists. It is also a time for teachers to implement tier II interventions with small groups of students who need extended support in the areas of reading and mathematics. This has helped us to be able to get students across the learning spectrum the support that they need to show individual growth in the areas they need support in. K-8 teachers have created curriculum maps, lessons, and assessments based on the Core Knowledge Sequence. These maps, lessons, and assessments incorporate a variety of materials and supplements to meet the themes addressed in Core Knowledge, while also aligning to the Colorado Academic Standards. For math at the middle school level College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM) is used and offers courses from grade level classes to advanced courses. Our middle school offers advanced math classes that range from pre-algebra to geometry. This helps to meet the needs of our students who are in need of acceleration. NVCS is a Project Lead the Way school. We incorporate this hands-on, STEM-based curriculum through our STEM classes that students attend on a weekly basis. We also offer a variety of extracurricular activities that tie to academics and arts within our building. These include: Spelling Bee, Battle of the Books, Science Fair, History Day, Mathletes, Drama Club, National Jr. Honor Society, The Amazing Shake, and Rotary Interact. NVCS also offers regular Social Emotional Learning (SEL) opportunities through the Character Counts Curriculum that is taught on a weekly basis to students K-8. We also have a full-time School Safety Officer (SSO) who supports in the area of school safety reviews and operations. NVCS offers tiered social-emotional support for students who need extended support in the areas of social-emotional learning. These tools include Second Step, Brain Wise, SuperFlex, and Building Champions. The topics and vocabulary used in these programs is integrated into our PBIS model and is something that all adults in our buildings use regularly so students continually reflect on their learning and tools. In the 2023 school year, we began incorporating Bloomsights into our SEL practices. Bloomsights incorporates student surveys, completed on a monthly basis, to provide insight into student social connections. The information provided in these surveys informs social support we offer to our students based on their responses. It informs group structures, student check-ins, and training opportunities.

Enrollment

1,006

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Student-Teacher Ratio

20:1

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Attendance Rate

93%

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