2016 Bond Program News Articles

District completes sale of second and final set of bonds

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 10:30am

Money will support later phases of bond program improvement work

Adams 12 Five Star Schools has completed the planned second and final sale of general obligation bonds as part of the successful passage of a $350 million bond program approved by the Five Star community in 2016.

The sale of $65 million in bonds was completed Nov. 28, 2018, and will support later phases of school and facility improvement work planned as part of the five-year bond ...

Safety at center of recent, future bond improvements [video]

Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 4:30pm

Secured school main entry vestibules provide additional layer of security

When the Five Star Schools community approved a $350 million construction bond in November 2016 to update district schools and facilities, school safety and security was a key component of the plan.

Planned safety and security upgrades include new and upgraded building security cameras and electronic building access for staff.

Five Star Schools 2016 Bond Program Security ...

Steel in place for second phase of STEM Lab addition [video]

Thursday, November 29, 2018 - 4:15pm

Enclosing new wing as winter nears becomes key priority

In construction projects, time is always of the essence with progress routinely measured in incremental timelines of days, months and, in some cases, years.

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 ...

District announces land purchase for new CTE campus

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - 8:00am

Location in growing business corridor offers new partnership opportunities

Adams 12 Five Star Schools has purchased land to build a second Career and Technical Education (CTE) campus that will provide expanded career training opportunities for high school students in the center of the Denver metro-area’s fastest growing business corridor.

The district closed on an agreement Oct. 2 to purchase 10.05 acres of land at the southwest corner of the intersection of ...

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