Parent Teacher Conferences will take place on Monday, October 2nd & Tuesday, October 3rd from 4:00 - 8:00 pm. Your child's teacher will be sending information home shortly!
Did you already sign up for the Adams 14 Second Annual Soccer World Cup?
Registration for players, volunteers and sponsors opened on Friday, July 14, 2023, and will close on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2023, at midnight. The games will be played during the weekend of May 4-5, 2024. Click here to sign up!
The Adams 14 Second Annual Soccer World Cup is open to student players of all ages in PK-12, as well as to parents, employees, and alumni.
For questions and/or comments about the Adams 14 Second Annual Soccer World Cup, please contact Mario Márquez at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-235-5203.
Get ready for the 2023 Homecoming Parade and events!
We are preparing for our Homecoming festivities, and we hope you’ll join us in the
celebration. Let’s show our Adams 14 and Eagle Pride!
The annual homecoming parade is the first of many events on Saturday, September
9th, 2023. The parade will begin at 9:00 am, starting at 64th and Olive and will end at
ACHS. The celebration will then continue at the high school with a barbecue and car show! We want it to be a fun-filled community event.
Here is a complete list of ACHS Homecoming activities:
Friday, September 8th, 2023
Juniors VS Seniors Powderpuff Game: 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm @ ACHS Football Field
Saturday, September 9th, 2023
Participants in parade line up will begin at 8:00 am 64th and Olive
Homecoming Parade: 09:00 am @ 64th and Olive St. to ACHS
Homecoming Barbecue: 10:00 a.m @ outside D wing/ACHS Bus Loop
Car Show - after parade during BBQ in the staff parking lot
Homecoming Football Game: 2:00 p.m ACHS vs Skyview High
School Homecoming Dance: 7:00 p.m @ ACHS Small Gym
Please consider participating in the parade. If you are interested in getting involved,
complete the parade entry form and return it to Andrew LaCrue at ACHS
We are pleased to announce that Adams 14 has defeated the Colorado State Board of Education's attempt to reorganize the district.
Click the link to read the full story: https://bit.ly/3qOmwCB
Nos complace anunciar que Adams 14 ha derrotado el intento de la Junta de Educación del Estado de Colorado de reorganizar el distrito.
Haga clic en el enlace para leer la historia completa: https://bit.ly/3qOmwCB
DID YOU KNOW: students in our School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP) grow vegetables year-round to learn about horticulture and the culinary industry. They also donate fresh produce to the district’s Hope Family Resource Center to support local families.
The nonprofits Kaiser Permanente and Alliance for a Healthier Generation have partnered to donate more than $20,000 each year since the 2021-2022 school year to support Adams 14’s initiative. SWAP has so far used the funds to purchase an all-season outdoor greenhouse, 15 portable greenhouses, raised beds, soil, seeds, a shed, and gardening equipment for all five community gardens in the district.
Melissa Crawford, the SWAP coordinator, said this project allows students with special needs to engage in work-based learning experiences while contributing to their community. Students learn about food preservation, healthy cooking, and careers in the culinary industry.
“A lot of students never knew that they were good at gardening or had culinary skills,” Crawford said. “After exploring these tracks, they learn about the future possibilities for them. Everybody is eligible for work.”
On Friday, Aug. 18, staff members from Kaiser Permanente and Healthier Generation visited the district’s greenhouse and community gardens in person for the first time.
“It’s been a great project,” said Emma Wahlen, a regional program manager with Healthier Generation. “It’s so nice to see the gardens in action. To actually be here and see it being used is great.”
Wahlen says their nonprofit has supported Adams 14 projects over the last five years.
“Overall at Adams 14, I’ve seen so much growth and opportunity around health and wellness the past few years,” she said. “I’m just very impressed with the district and everyone supporting these efforts.”
Curtis Robbins, a community health program manager for Kaiser Permanente, said it’s “amazing” to see how funding these initiatives can have positive ripple effects for the community.
“We’re just really thrilled with the way Adams 14 has been able to utilize the funding in so many different ways to support the students, staff, and families here,” Robbins said.