WATCH: In two years this Kemp Elementary 4th grader learned English and went from 'below grade level' to being 'at grade level.' She’s on track to meet her goals of becoming a teacher or a doctor. This community effort between school and home leads to student success.
VEA: En dos años esta estudiante de 4o grado en Kemp aprendió inglés y avanzo de ‘debajo de nivel de grado’ a estar ‘a nivel de grado’. Ella está al corriente para cumplir sus metas de llegar a ser maestra o una doctora. El esfuerzo de esta comunidad entre la escuela y casa llevan al éxito estudiantil.
Call for Nominations for School Board Directors/Convocatoria para Nominaciones para Directores del Comité Escolar
Free and Reduced Lunch Program/Programa de almuerzo gratuito y a precio reducido
Parents: We are now accepting applications for the USDA’s Free and Reduced Lunch Program! Follow the link here to begin your application in English, or the link here for Spanish.
Padres: ahora estamos aceptando solicitudes para el programa de almuerzo gratuito y a precio reducido del usda! Sigue el enlace aquí para comenzar tu solicitud en inglés, o el enlace aquí para español.
Standard Response Protocol (SRP)
A critical ingredient in the safe school recipe is the classroom response to an incident at school. Weather events, fire, accidents, intruders and other threats to student safety are scenarios that are planned and trained for by students, teachers, staff and administration.
Adams 14 is part of the Adams County emergency response planning team. We are expanding the safety program to include the Standard Response Protocol (SRP).
The SRP is based on these four actions: Lockout, Lockdown, Evacuate and Shelter. In the event of an emergency, the school office will notify all staff and students of the appropriate direction.
“Secure the Perimeter”
“Locks, Lights, Out of Sight”
“To the Announced Area”
“Using Announced Method”
Please take a moment to review these actions. Students and staff will be trained and the school will drill these actions over the course of the school year.
Our schools are very safe places. Parents, students and community members enhance school safety by following procedures and by reporting unusual individuals or behavior to a school office or to our lead security office at 303.853.7757.
Click here for more information in English, and here for more information in Spanish.