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Adams 14 is proud to serve its more than 5,000 students in 12 schools. We are committed to providing first-class and equitable instruction to all our students.

Adams 14 Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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

Read the board's proclamation

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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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Achieve New Heights: Be a 14er

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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Be a Part of Our Story

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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Inclement Weather Information

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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News and Announcements

Great things are happening at Alsup Elementary School and Adams 14! Check our latest news and announcements below.

Alsup Elementary Bikes!

On Thursday morning, 2nd-grade students at Alsup Elementary rode brand new bicycles they would also get to take home! The nonprofit Wish for Wheels partnered with Sturgeon Electric Company and Industrial Constructors/Managers to donate more than 40 bicycles.

As students put on their safety helmets and got on the blue bicycles, some took off pedaling immediately while others learned to ride for the first time with the help of volunteers.

“We’re really happy that Wish for Wheels could provide this opportunity for our second graders,” said Principal Dawn Menard. “It’s amazing seeing them all out here riding around on their bikes so happy. I can’t wait for them to be outdoors more on their brand-new bikes.”

Thank you!

Learn More about Alsup Elementary Bikes!
Attendance Matters! How to Build Good Attendance

Did you know? Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school– and themselves. Start
building this habit in preschool so they learn right away that going to school on time, every day is important.
Eventually, good attendance will be a skill that will help them succeed in high school, college, and their career.
Here are few simple things you can do:  1) Set a regular bedtime and morning routine, 2) try to schedule medical appointments and extended vacations when school is not in session. 3) If your child is anxious about going to school, talk to teachers, school counselors, and other parents for advice on how to make your child feel comfortable.

Learn More about Attendance Matters! How to Build Good Attendance

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