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Project 5B


Similar to public schools throughout the state and across the country, Adams County School District 14 has seen a decline in student enrollment, as well as a decline in birth rates within the district's geographic boundaries over the last few years.

In an effort to remain a financially sustainable school district, Adams 14 held several community meetings during the 2022-2023 school year to explore our options moving forward. As a result of these discussions with families, students, staff members and stakeholders, Project 5B was passed in a 3-2 vote during the Adams 14 Board of Education's Feb. 14, 2023, regular meeting. 


The strategic plan for Adams 14 aims to identify immediate, mid-term, and long-term capital and resource requirements for the school system and its individual schools. To address the challenges of declining enrollment and funding, the district developed Project 5B as a long-term solution that ensures all children receive a high-quality education while maintaining fiscal stability and minimizing disruptions.

Project 5B will address enrollment issues, attract new students, retain existing students, and ensuring the district's long-term sustainability. Once completed, it will provide parents and homeowners with a more predictable future.

Six Phases

Project 5B is divided into six phases that are anticipated to be completed by August 2026. Click on the separate tabs below to learn more about the details of each phase and how the project will ensure our district is meeting its strategic plan. 


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