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Adams 14 Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

During its regular meeting on Sept. 12, the Adams 14 Board of Education celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Adams 14 Defeats Reorganization Order

Adams County School District 14 has defeated the Colorado State Board of Education's historic attempt to reorganize the district.


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Like the outdoor enthusiasts who embrace the challenge to reach the peaks of these 14ers in our state, so do the students and staff at Adams 14.


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Adams 14 offers more than just public education. We advance education equity, celebrate the cultural richness of our community, provide comprehensive learning for our students, and cultivate a sense of purpose and confidence so that students and staff reach their full potential.

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Adams 14 Offers Universal Preschool

All children who are four years old by Oct. 1, 2023, can attend Adams 14 Universal Preschool (full-day preschool) for free! Eligible children who are three years old by Oct. 1, 2023, may also be able to participate.

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Adams 14 takes careful consideration when making a determination regarding our inclement weather options and is committed to informing families as early as possible.

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Great things are happening at STARS Early Learning Center and Adams 14! Read the latest news below.

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CONGRATULATIONS MONACO! On Friday morning, leaders from Adams County School District 14 and volunteers from Office Depot gathered at Monaco Elementary School to make a special announcement. ODP, the parent company of Office Depot, selected Monaco as one of the recipients for its Start Proud! initiative, a program that helps schools nationwide kick off the school year with new supplies and backpacks.

Principal Ryan Green announced that the school received a $20,000 in-store credit at Office Depot to help teachers purchase classroom and student supplies.

Before the celebratory assembly, all teachers were handed three raffle tickets. The winner would receive $2,000 worth of premium supplies.

Green kept everyone in suspense as he slowly moved his hand inside the raffle box, picked the winning ticket, and read the numbers aloud.

Caitlin Delaney, a math interventionist at Monaco and the raffle winner, laughed and danced with excitement as she walked up to Green and the volunteers to have her picture taken in front of the school supplies.

"I've never won anything so this was super cool," Delaney said. "I'm super thankful to Office Depot. There are lots of resources here that I'll even be able to share with my co-workers."

Valya Broyer, the vice president of ODP Business Solutions, said their volunteers were also at Monaco's back-to-school night on Aug. 4, handing out 450 brand-new backpacks, each filled with school supplies like notebooks, crayons, pencils, and more.

"We're thrilled to be able to support these families," Broyer said. "We hope this will help the students feel more confident heading into the new school year.

"To see other people showering my students and staff with love just fills my heart," Green said. "Nothing but grateful."

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