​Data cables snake through a AAHS hallway.

​New data cables are carefully grouped and labeled at High Plains Elementary School.


​Crews work to extend District 20's fiber optic cable to serve students at Edith Wolford and School in the Woods.





Academy District 20 is contracting with GE Johnson Construction and RTA Architects for the design/build of a new building at School in the Woods. The district will also contract with Bryan Construction and RTA/MOA for the design/build of the new middle school at the Chinook Trail Campus.


The district held the ceremonial ground breaking for its newest elementary school and innovation learning center. More than 100 individuals attended the groundbreaking to celebrate to start of this project with partners Nunn Construction, NorWood Development and HCM Architects.


​Citizens' Board Oversight Committee Meeting

Click here to find the committee's agendas and meeting schedules


​Project Managers added to the team:

Project Manager - Andrew Rausch
Project Manager - Lynnette Galletta
Project Manager - Eldrick Hill
Project Manager - Matt Hood
Project Manager:IT - Perry Swanson


The Building Fund released the most recent master project list which provides details for all bond projects at each school.


​Academy District 20 selected 27 residents of the district to serve on the district’s Boundary Committee​

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​February 1, 2017Academy District 20 selected 27 residents of the district to serve on the district’s Boundary Committee​
​January 30, 2017Brian Cortez named Budget and Finance Analyst for bond projects. ​
​January 19, 2017Kris Garnhart named the Director for Building Fund Contracting and Procurement.​
​January 2, 2017Henry P. Reitwiesner named Executive Director 
​December 22, 2016​At the end of December, we received our Moody's credit report and are excited to share we earned a rating of "enhanced Aa2." This rating means the District does not need to purchase insurance to improve our rating as we have had to do in the past. In 2010 the District was upgraded to Aa2 rating, but without the "enhanced" designation. Now we are "enhanced" and one step closer to the highest rating held by a Colorado school district, Aa3 (just one step above Aa2).