In Adams 12 Five Star Schools’ ongoing effort to support staff and families in helping our students be safer and make smart decisions, the district is partnering with leading safety experts to present a two-hour safety workshop on two different nights:
Northglenn High School on Monday, Oct. 29, 6-8 p.m. in their small auditorium and Tuesday, Oct. 30, 6-8 p.m. at Mountain Range High School in their auditorium.
Adams 12 Five Star Schools has implemented some additional precautionary safety measures in light of the Jessica Ridgeway case in Jefferson County.
The Five Star community shares in the grief over Jessica Ridgeway’s death. News of this nature is upsetting to the entire community, and adults often ask how they can best support their children.
The Adams 12 Five Star Schools Mentoring Project Group is looking for 12 men and 12 women volunteer mentors to serve youth across Adams County. Mentors help youth reach their full potential and encourage healthy physical, social and educational development in one-on-one and group settings.
If you have a child entering kindergarten for the 2013-2014 school year, get a jump start on planning for next year by attending the district's last "Countdown to Kindergarten" resource fair scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 30 from 6-8 p.m. (dinner will be served) at The International School at Thornton Middle, 9451 Hoffman Way in Thornton.
The Adams 12 Five Star Schools Board of Education has proclaimed Oct. 7 - 13 as Classified School Employee Week.
The district's classified employees include school and district office staff, school lunch staff, paraeducators, maintenance employees and bus drivers to name a few.
At its regular board meeting on Oct. 3, the Adams 12 Five Star Schools Board of Education passed a resolution opposing Amendment 64 which will appear on this November's ballot. Read the board's resolution.
Nominate your school for a Bright Horizons Award. Horizons North Credit Union (HNCU) developed the award to recognize the achievements and milestones within the Five Star District.
All Five Star District employees participate in 1.5 percent salary reduction to meet PERA mandatory increases
School districts across the state have faced substantial budget cuts during the past few years due to shortfalls at the state level and increased costs for benefits such as healthcare and retirement pensions.
Adams 12 Five Star Schools welcomes the Rocky Mountain Youth Ronald McDonald House Charities Medical and Dental Care Mobile Program to our school district. The program will serve children in the district by appointment at three locations two days per week.