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Meadow Community School PK-8

Meadow Community School Rebuild

Meadow Community School was originally constructed in 1962 as a K-5 and has only received necessary and modest improvements.


The new building design addresses many of the site safety and security issues and allows Meadow to fully embrace its nature and science model by presenting meaningful and numerous opportunities for students to interact with the outdoors, through forest-like courtyards and windows and natural light throughout the building. The new school building will also welcome the return of the preschool program. 

Meadow staff and district leadership meet weekly with teams from Sampson Construction and RB+B Architects to dream big and brainstorm exciting and innovative design possibilities. We are seeking parents,  community members, business owners, and other district stakeholders to help us oversee the success of our capital improvement projects by joining our Construction Advisory Committee

Objectives for the Construction Advisory Committee include:

  • Reviewing and commenting on the progress and status of current construction projects,
  • Providing input to the Board concerning the needs for future projects,
  • Reviewing and commenting on project priorities for current and future projects, and
  • Reviewing and commenting on budget implications of current and future projects.

If you want to join Mapleton's Construction Advisory Committee team, please complete this form to help us plan our first meeting.

For questions, please call 303.853.1018, or email


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Construction of new school building

After weeks of digging, construction of the new Meadow Community School PK-8 is going vertical! The walls of the new gymnasium are nearing completion, and crews are now focused on additional concrete pours and formwork around the site. Be sure to take a peek at the progress!