Bond Newsletter - May 2018

Updated on Wed, 10/24/2018 - 11:29am


One Down, One To Go

STEM Lab students, staff celebrate partial completion of construction as work shifts to new phase

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Northglenn High School cafeteria to get new look over Summer 2018

There are big changes headed to the Northglenn High School cafeteria this summer, both in terms of look and food service. The kitchen and cafeteria will undergo more than $1 million in renovations as part of the 2016 Bond Program.

The planned improvements have been a long-envisioned collaborative planning process between the Five Star Schools Nutrition Services Department and the Northglenn High School administrative leadership team to transition the school from a DECA-run program to the National School Lunch Program.

Related News: Summer bond work under way at more than a dozen district schools

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Thunder Vista P-8 hits "home stretch" of construction

Playgrounds are in place, the school logo is now at the center of the school's gym floor and windows line the walls of the bright and airy school library space.

After more than a year of construction, contractors say they are in "the home stretch" of construction on the new, 142,000-square-foot school in Broomfield.

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Expansion work continues at Arapahoe Ridge, Cotton Creek

April was a milestone month for students, parents and community members eager to see the expansion of Cotton Creek Elementary in Westminster move out of architectural sketches and into reality.

By the end of the month, a large portion of structural steel was in place giving a street-level view of the two-floor, 14,000 square-foot expansion of the 38-year-old building.

  • Coffee with the Thunder Vista P-8 Principal
    9 to 10 a.m., Friday, June 8, 2018
    Parkside Community Center, Broomfield

Recent News

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New CTE campus construction expected to be complete in August

Construction of the building near 126th Avenue and Washington Street in Thornton, remains on schedule for an early August completion. Some exterior site work, including the extension of 126th Avenue through to the site and landscaping work, will continue into the fall.

District leaders toured the nearly 50,000-square-foot campus in late June to get a look inside the building and an ...

Thunder Vista P-8 earns CHPS certification 

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 - 10:45am

School designed to be energy efficient with smaller environmental footprint

Thunder Vista P-8 , one of Five Star Schools newest buildings built through the 2016 Bond Program, has earned an important designation.

The school was officially certified this spring as a Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) Verified School. The certification completed an extensive process that began while the school was in design and continued after its 2018 ...