Due to COVID-19 cases in Adams County rising at an alarming rate, Tri-County Health Department has issued a new public health order that goes into effect tomorrow Nov. 7 at 10 p.m. Among the restrictions, a curfew for everyone except essential workers to be off all public streets from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Adams County’s COVID-19 numbers are rising at an alarming rate, which has prompted a new public health order from Tri-County Health Department starting Saturday, Nov. 7, in effect for 30 days. Strictly following this new order is recommended, or Adams County risks being moved to the State’s Stay at Home Red Level. New restrictions include:
– Spectators are prohibited at all sporting events including Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA)-sanctioned sporting events.
– A nighttime curfew is imposed in all public places within Adams County, including streets and public rights-of-way, from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. the following day. During the hours of curfew, any business that is not a… More
Are you registered to receive CodeRed Alerts? CodeRed Alerts is what we use to s…
Are you registered to receive CodeRed Alerts? CodeRed Alerts is what we use to send out emergency notifications to warn you about potential hazards, police emergencies, or other community alerts in your area.CodeRed Alerts is the system formally known as Reverse 911. Sign up today, and stay informed. Please help us get this message out by sharing it with your family and friends.
27J Schools Intervention Services Department works closely with families in need…
27J Schools Intervention Services Department works closely with families in need to provide them with the supports, tools and services they so desperately need.
During these unprecedented times, Intervention Services partnered with Almost Home, Inc. and the Brighton Housing Authority to to help support these families with access to homeless prevention assistance and technology in the form of laptops and internet access. It is through partnerships like this that we are able to level the playing field, even a little, so that all students and their families can have access to secure housing and technology.
The Winter 2020 edition of the #27JLink focuses on stories of perspective, perseverance, partnership and peacefulness in 27J. Read more about Intervention Service's story of partnership: https://bit.ly/3mobEE3
Brighton High School, SD27J Honors Anatomy and Physiology instructor, Aarika Cap…
Brighton High School, SD27J Honors Anatomy and Physiology instructor, Aarika Capra, was recently presented with a two-fold problem stemming from COVID-19. She needed to complete 40 intern hours in her area of focus, but hospitals had just cancelled all internships. Secondly, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many of her students (studying human cadavers) was cancelled due to the lab closing its doors.
Fortunately, the Colorado Learning Center of Human Anatomy (CLCHA) needed a teacher to develop online lessons that met state standards and engaged students. Ms. Capra jumped at the chance to participate and address both of the problems she and her students faced.
The Winter 2020 edition of the #27JLink focuses on stories of perspective, perseverance, partnership and peacefulness in 27J. Read more about Aarika Capra's story of perseverance: https://bit.ly/33Mmo7Z
Weld County Politics6 months ago
Tonya VanBeber: The Democrat In Republican Clothing
Colorado State News8 months ago
Weld County Board of Commissioners Pull Out of C-PACE Program, Jeopardizes Windsor Sports Complex
Ault News6 months ago
2 Democrat Dark Money Groups Posing as Conservatives Funding Television Ads & Mailers for 3 Weld Republicans