District, school PARCC scores to be released in December


The Colorado Department of Education released state-level data earlier this month from the first administration of new English language arts and math tests given this past spring. School and district-level results will be released Dec. 11. Wondering what to expect and how to understand these new test scores? We've compiled some resources to help you make sense of it all.


 Understanding PARCC data 



Learn more about the 27J bond program

School District 27J passed a $248 million bond earlier this month to build new schools and improve existing schools. To help keep the public informed about the progress of planned projects, the district has created a webpage with detailed bond information including a construction blog, a timeline of project start dates and details on improvements for each district school.

Visit the Bond Construction Program Page 










Around 27J


From left, Commerce City Police Cmdr. Matthew Rippy, Det. Derek Aragon and Sgt. Robert Rentfrow accept hand-made cards Nov. 19 from Second Creek Elementary student council members. As part of their Thanksgiving lunch, students invited local police officers to the school to show their appreciation. Students and staff were also encouraged to wear blue.



Upcoming Calendar


Thanksigivng Break

Nov. 23-27 - No School
District Administrative Offices closed Nov. 25-27

Board of Education meeting
7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 8 - 
Brighton High School
270 S. Eighth Ave., Brighton






School District 27J
18551 E. 160th Ave., Brighton, CO, 80601