Bond Newsletter - June 2017
Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) Site Superintendent Kevin Harrison said the project has found a rhythm after spates of poor weather slowed initial progress. Construction workers are now pushing to make up for any lost time and keep the project on a tight delivery timeline for its planned Fall 2018 opening.
Adams 12 Five Star Schools is seeking the insight and expertise of community, business and industry leaders to help shape future district Career and Technical Education (CTE) programming. Thanks to the 2016 Bond Program, Five Star Schools will invest more than $24 million into the development of a second CTE campus as well as improvements and renovations to the existing CTE facility.
The district is asking industry partners to join them for upcoming industry talks to ensure it is creating new and expanded programming that provides Five Star students the right skills, opportunities and learning environments to access in-demand careers.
In addition to serving in a planning and advisory role for the district, LRPAC members also function in a bond accountability role. As part of this role, members receive regular reports on bond projects as well as financial updates. Their work is to ensure bond projects are on time, on budget and that the taxpayer-approved money is being used for its stated purposes.
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 , 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 ...