Bond Newsletter - November 2018
Schools, such as Westview Elementary in Northglenn, received new secured vestibules as part of Summer 2018 bond improvements. Visitors now check in with office staff before gaining access to the rest of the school building.
Secured school main entry vestibules provide additional layer of security
For the ongoing STEM Lab project, there are deadlines looming both near and far. On the not-too-distant horizon is the fact that it is now roughly nine months until the completed Northglenn magnet school is expected to welcome students to a completely renovated campus. And, while that ultimate deadline drives all other progress, it is a more pressing seasonal mandate that is pushing construction work forward right now.
Ballot Issue 5C, a mill levy override that will generate $27 million in new, recurring revenue, will allow the district to jump-start the priorities outlined in its strategic plan ELEVATE that parents, students, staff and community members worked together to create during a year-long process.
Construction is continuing on the new FutureForward at Washington Square campus, expected to open in the 2020-2021 school year.
And, while construction workers are helping the new campus in Thornton take shape, welding students at the existing Bollman Technical Education Center are getting to play an important role in the construction process and putting their welding skills to work ...
Construction on the FutureForward at Washington Square took a large, visible step forward in November.
The 67 massive, pre-cast concrete panels for the high-bay learning spaces that will house diesel automotive, welding and construction programs were installed throughout the month of November. Construction in the month of December will included the pouring of concrete slabs and the ...