• Phase 5 indication for Adventure. This means construction is complete!

Adventure Elementary Updates

  • UDPATE – November 2018

    Posted by Andy Leapley on 11/7/2018
    • Revised entry hall principles of expeditionary learning design are generally approved. Early childhood playground shade structure design is being finalized and sensory room modifications will be installed in November. 
    • Installation of the Monument sign is complete. Landscaping and fencing are complete on the north side. Remaining landscaping, including the soccer field, will be installed in phases with completion expected spring 2019. 
    • Demolition of the original building is complete. 
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  • UPDATE – September 30, 2018

    Posted by Andy Leapley on 9/30/2018
    • Crews are continuing small landscaping items around the new school building.
    • The old Adventure Elementary building is nearing completion of the first phase of demolition.
    • Adventure students planted their first round of crops in their learning garden planters.
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  • UPDATE – September 7, 2018

    Posted by Andy Leapley on 9/7/2018

    Students started school in their new building on August 22, 2018!
    Finishing touches will continue to made including site grading, flooring improvements, landscape installation, and site perimeter split rail cedar fencing.
    Furniture installation is mostly complete pending a few items in transit.

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Adventure Elementary (PreK-6)

  • Architects: CRP Architects
    Builders: JHL Constructors
    Projected cost: $19.6 million
    Construction start date: Spring/summer 2017
    Projected timeline: COMPLETED!

      • A ribbon cutting celebration was held on Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 5:15 p.m.
      • Adventure students, families and staff members began school on Aug. 22

     

Did you know?

  • The new Adventure Elementary was made possible in part by a $6 million matching grant from BEST (Building Excellent Schools Today). BEST requires new buildings to meet Collaborative for High-Performance Schools (CHPS) criteria, to ensure new buildings are sustainable and energy efficient.

    To maximize the health and performance of students and staff, minimize waste, and save precious operating dollars, Adventure has been designed with the following high performance aspects:

    High efficiency lighting
    Daylighting
    Low volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) 
    Sunshades
    Solar Tubes
    Heating and cooling fans
    CO2 sensors
    Construction waste
    Recycled and regional content
    Water efficiency
    Accessible roof
    To learn more visit www.CHPS.net

     
    The new school at Adventure Elementary is made possible in part from a $6.6 million grant from Colorado's Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) matching grant program. 

     

    Dirt from Adventure's construction site is being trucked over for use at Welby's construction site!