Though many of us may not realize the grave disparities that exist in our own communities, people struggle with hunger in every county and congressional district in Colorado. They could be our neighbors, kids in our children's classes – the possibilities go on.
In Colorado, 566,490 people are struggling with hunger – and of them 155,120 are children.
On November 19th, 27J's Intervention Services department partnered with Food For Hope and ThornCreek Church to provide food boxes to 75 27J families to receive assistance for the Thanksgiving holiday through an annual event called Feed 5000.
Thank you to 27J's Intervention Services team for partnering and working together with these organizations to provide food assistance for those struggling with hunger. #27JProud
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27J Schools has much to celebrate! For the 3rd year in a row, 27J Schools’ overa…
27J Schools has much to celebrate! For the 3rd year in a row, 27J Schools’ overall graduation rates have continued to rise and exceed the state average. In 2020, the District’s overall graduation rate was86.2%, the State of Colorado’s was 81.9%.
“I could not be more proud of these accomplishments and want to share my congratulations with our 2020 graduates, their parents and families, high school teachers, counselors and staff, and our entire 27J team for consistently striving for success,” 27J Superintendent of Schools Dr. Chris Fiedler.
27J Schools excelled in all areas of graduation, staying true to its core mission and 27J Schools’ Board of Education goal to continuously improve graduation rates.
See all of 27J’s graduation highlights: http://bit.ly/3oK57EM
During the recent Colorado General Assembly Special Session, Senate Bill 20B-00…
During the recent Colorado General Assembly Special Session, Senate Bill 20B-001 was passed establishing a Small Business Relief Program, valued at $37 million. Adams County will be applying for, administering,and distributing a portion of these funds to the Adams County business community, offering a one-time award in amounts of $3,500, $5,000, $7,000 per business applicant based on company annual income. Apply today: http://bit.ly/3oD7Yzc
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