Jeffco BondBook Update 2020 FINAL - Flipbook - Page 3
WARREN TECH SOUTH - COMING SOON!
Back in October of 2019, we announced that our third Warren Tech campus -- our premier Career and Technical
Education program -- will be built on the Dakota Ridge High School property in Littleton.
Leaders from the school, community, and Jeffco’s construction management team have been working collaboratively
to design a building that meets the needs of Warren Tech’s unique program offerings. The Warren Tech South campus
is taking shape -- these spaces will house programs in the areas of aviation, stagecraft including audio and lighting
design, hospitality, and health sciences, all while offering flexible common spaces for student events and meetings.
Warren Tech South is set to break ground near the end of 2020 and
expected to open in the fall of 2021.
BREAKING GROUND ON NEW ADDITIONS AND
For many of our schools, 2019 was a year of planning for their additions
and renovation projects. They worked with architects and their
communities to ensure renovations would meet the needs of students
now and in the future. These projects mark the beginning of major
construction across the district, and we look forward to welcoming
students back to school with these totally transformed spaces.
A few of our schools were able to host groundbreaking ceremonies before the beginning
of online learning. While others -- like Green Mountain High School -- took the celebrations
online for virtual events. We will share progress on these projects with our community
throughout the summer!
Additions (and new school builds) are happening across the district at:
• Arvada H.S.
• Alameda International H.S.
• Green Mountain H.S.
• Conifer H.S.
• Columbine H.S.
• Three Creeks E.S.
• Wilmot E.S.
• West Jefferson M.S.
• Kendrick Lakes E.S. (new building)
PRIORITIZING SAFETY AND SECURITY
This year, we are continuing our commitment to improving our
buildings’ safety features with the installation of upgraded
security glass at twelve of our schools. We continue to
increase the number of security cameras at 25 schools,
bringing the total upgrades to 111 schools by the end of