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allendale elementary (pk-6)
5900 oak street
arvada, CO 80004
place0.72 miles from neighborhood
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200 total students
arvada west high school (9-12)
11595 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place1.18 miles from neighborhood
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drake junior high school (7-8)
12550 west 52nd avenue
arvada, CO 80002
place1.25 miles from neighborhood
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vanderhoof elementary school (k-6)
5875 routt court
arvada, CO 80004
place0.78 miles from neighborhood
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colorado catholic academy (1-12)
11180 w 44th avenue
wheat ridge, CO 80033
place1.18 miles from neighborhood
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faith christian academy (k-12)
administrative offices 12189 w 64th ave
arvada, CO 80004
place1.54 miles from neighborhood
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1050 total students
alpine valley school (1, 3-4, 6-12)
4501 parfet street
wheat ridge, CO 80033
place1.01 miles from neighborhood
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25 total students
mountain phoenix community school (pk-8)
4725 miller street
wheat ridge, CO 80033
place0.78 miles from neighborhood
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465 total students
warren tech north (10-12)
11325 allendale drive
arvada, CO 80004
place1.17 miles from neighborhood
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253 total students
colorado christian montessori (pk-3)
9705 west 50th avenue
wheat ridge, CO 80033
place0.71 miles from neighborhood
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63 total students

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Upcoming Events

D-Day Walk
StartJun 16
EndJun 16
Aviation heritage enthusiasts can join an afternoon walk at Twyford Wood near Colsterworth, launch pad for a top secret American pre-invasion strike on the eve of D-Day. Join us on the 16 June to hear a forgotten story of allied bravery tinged with American bravado. Seventy five years on, our experts will tell a largely forgotten story of how the huge former wartime airfield at RAF North Witham - Station 479 of the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) - played a key role in the invasion of occupied Europe. At precisely 21.54 on 5 June 1944  the first of 20 Douglas C-47 Skytrain aircraft of lX Troop Carrier Command Pathfinder School took off carrying elite American Pathfinder troops, skimming the channel at 50ft to fly under enemy radar on their way to Normandy. They had spent months training behind armed security for the mission - to position Eureka radio signalling beacons and visual markers behind enemy lines. Hear how Pathfinder troops were lured into applying for a mission earning them the tag of ‘the suicide squad’ and the personal story of Captain Frank Lillyman, the first to jump, who earned a national citation for valour. Within the hour the invasion of Normandy was in full swing, with hundreds more C-47s of Troop Carrier Command taking off from Barkston Heath, Folkingham, Saltby, Fulbeck, Cottersmore and Spanhoe laden with troops and joined by more aircraft flying from bases in Southern England. The walk, organised by the visitor economy team at InvestSK, South Kesteven District Council’s growth and regeneration company, lasts around two and a half hour. It starts at 2.30pm from the main Twyford Wood car park, off the A151 Colsterworth to Bourne Road.
Vacation Bible School 2019
StartJun 16
EndJun 20
Join us for Vacation Bible School at Applewood Valley United Methodist Church! Dates and Times: June 16-20 from 4:30-7:00pm Ages: Pre-K through 6th Grade 1 child is: $20  2 children are: $30 3 + children are: $40 Dinner is provided every evening and the above cost is the total cost for the entire week. :)  Visit www.avumc.org for more information or call the church office at 303-279-2162.
Webinar: Innovation in Chatbots
StartJun 17
EndJun 17
Join this webinar to hear about Newcastle City Council's latest innovative chatbots. These chatbots are improving the customer experience and reducing costs, and include: Wastebot - delivering an improvement in processing times from 14 days to 90 seconds and 100% channel shift through use of an SMS bot   Adult Social Care Chatbot – shortlisted for #DigitalLeaders100 list 2019 in Innovation of the Year,  helping people to access information and guidance on a range of social care topics using web based natural language processing bot.     We'll cover the service design process undertaken, the challenges faced and the myths busted along the way.   The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session. Participation is free, but capacity is limited, so please register to ensure your place. 
Online workshop: Inspirators – leading the way in leadership
StartJun 17
EndJun 17
Leadership is the most valuable commodity in the modern world. More and more organisations are looking for their people to become leaders in their own right, and also to bring on the next generation of leaders. In a world of rapid, technology driven change and mass distraction, the need for inspiring leaders is more vital than ever.Based on his latest book, author and coach, Pete Cohen will share about his leader’s journey – to become an ‘Inspirator’: the leader who leads by example and inspires everyone around them to do the same.In this session you will learn: What it means to be an Inspirator The three aspects of leadership The twelve steps of the leader’s journey The principles of mastery Whether it’s creating and growing a company, leaving a legacy, making a difference, or achieving your life’s ambition, you will discover how to use your passion, purpose, and sheer grit to overcome any adversity that attempts to derail your progress. If there’s an area of your life in which you need to find inner strength, Inspirators will get you there. Pete’s background is in psychology and sports science. Working in sports performance coaching, Pete has helped world-class sporting stars and teams reach peak performance, including Sally Gunnell, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Ellen MacArthur, Roger Black, the Kent Cricket Team and the Arsenal Football team. Pete lives in Lindfield, Sussex. Inspirators is his next book - first to be released to his close supporters and allies in London at a private event in April, then an international book launch is scheduled to coincide with Digital Leaders Week in June 2019. As the author of 18 published books, several of which have been best-sellers across the world, including Shut the Duck Up, Habit Busting, Life DIY and Sort Your Life Out, Pete is a prolific author, as well as speaker and coach. He also presented his own TV show called The Coach and was the resident Life Coach on GMTV for 12 years. 
2-Day IAF Organizing Seminar
StartJun 17
EndJun 18
Join JCEA educators and leaders from congregations, non-profits and unions to develop leadership skills for community action. Participate in training sessions led by experienced organizers. Develop organizing skills, such as conducting focused 1-on-1 relational meetings, leading house meetings and conducting a power analysis. **PLEASE NOTE that this is a 2-day training, 9:30am-5:00pm each day.  We ask that you register only if you can participate both days.
Colorado Growth Model Summit
StartJun 18
EndJun 18
Join us for the Colorado Growth Model Summit! If you are district staff who support data analysis and accountability; a vendor or partner that support schools, or school administrator, come engage in learning and discussion on the Colorado Growth Model.  We will be covering the following: Colorado Growth Model Foundations: Grounding in the fundamentals of the Colorado Growth Model, calculations, metrics, and contextualization. Variations in Use of Measures: UNderstand the distinctions in how the growth model is applied to CMAS, PSAT/SAT, and WIDA ACCESS. Reporting and Timelines: Understand the reports, visualizations, and data related for growth and associated timelines and mechanisms for each. Target Setting: Explore ways to set targets for making improvements in student academic growth using CGM metrics. Participate in differentiated sessions for catered to many audiences, from new staff, to accountability or assessment roles in districts, to more experienced staff.  Take advantage of materials that will be made available for local use and training, and enjoy some mythbusting of common growth misconceptions! Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
New Volunteer Orientation
StartJun 18
EndJun 18
Volunteers are vital to The Action Center’s success!!In 1968, The Action Center was formed by a group of volunteers concerned for struggling families in the community. Today, nearly half a century later, volunteers are still at the core of The Action Center. There are more than 40 unique volunteer opportunities that include direct participant interaction, behind the scenes tasks and special events, just to name a few. Opportunities fall into one-time or weekly formats and are available for individuals, families, and groups – there’s a match for everyone! In 2016, 4,734 individuals contributed 103,048 hours of service! Without them, The Action Center would have needed 80 additional staff members to meet the needs of the community! Check out this brief history of volunteerism at The Action Center. Our volunteers list “To Help Others” and “The Volunteer Team” as their top two reasons for volunteering with The Action Center. Volunteers produce a direct and immediate impact on the lives of our struggling neighbors every day. They create a vibrant and active volunteer community where they make new connections in a rewarding and supportive environment. Learn More! The first step to becoming a volunteer is to sign-up for a New Volunteer Orientation! For more information about Orientation, contact the Volunteer Manager at volunteer@theactioncenterco.org or 303.237.7704.
Jefferson County MAGA Meetup
StartJun 18
EndJun 18
Join our MAGA Watch Party!
Reclaiming My Life After Loss - A Field Guide to Living with Grief & Love
StartJun 18
EndJun 18
The death of someone you love can turn your entire world on its head.  Your pain can feel overwhelming, your thoughts scattered and chaotic, your life can feel like it's in shambles. And sometimes even reaching out for support can leave you just feeling more misunderstood.  This is not a workshop on how to "fix" your grief. There's no way to "solve" death. But there is a way to make the weight feel a little less heavy, and the mind less chaotic. There is a way to work with supports, to feel a little more in control, and to reclaim your life in a world that doesn't understand what you're going through.  This is not transformation. It's learning to carry our pain and still be kind to ourselves. It's knowing that in and among that pain there is also space for beauty, meaning, and love. This is a field guide to living your life after the death of a loved one.  This is a free event. Just bring your journal or something to write in for two short (and optional) exercises.We'll talk about:The reality of the pain and struggle of grief.The myth of transformation (AKA - everything doesn't have to come out smelling like roses.)How everything in life can feel different and overwhelming, and how to stay safe.How to experiment, explore, and figure out your own survival guide.How to connect with meaning, mystery, and maybe grasp a bit of control among the chaos.How to face what's happened gently and safely, trust ourselves, our minds, and our bodies, and get the help we need.  Presented by Chas Neal, LPCC / Grief Counselor of The Neal Center for Counseling and Yoga Therapy.
Webinar: AI and Technology Shift in Local Government

StartJun 19
EndJun 19
Technology is the enabler to better service, no longer the channel. Customers and end users are already in the channel. We need to connect services, leverage partnerships and innovate to meet them there. We’ve chosen to integrate with Amazon Lex, to offer Jadu CXM users the ability to enable chatbots into their customer service offerings. We have worked with Northampton Borough Council in the early stages of research and development to ensure we implement Amazon Lex with local government at the forefront of our minds. Join us in this one hour webinar to find out why technology shift is important in Local Government. The webinar will be hosted by Mike Smart, Research & Development Engineer, Jadu. We get 300,000 calls a year, if we can automate even 20% of those – we have a saving of £250k per year with very little effort, before we even start to look at automating transactions.” Kevin White, Services Manager, Northampton Borough Council.  The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session. Participation is free, but capacity is limited, so please register to ensure your place. 
Webinar: A Greener Web - How sustainable is your website?
StartJun 19
EndJun 19
Did you know that all websites have a carbon footprint and therefore an impact on the environment?Join Tom Greenwood, Managing Director of sustainable web design agency Wholegrain Digital, and Jerome Toole, WordPress Developer, Wholegrain Digital, who will explain impact websites can have on the world, and why greener websites are better for users and your business, as well as the wider environment. This webinar will cover:- The carbon footprint of the internet- The impact of websites on the environment- How green is your website? Calculate the C02 emissions of your website using Wholegrain Digital’s websitecarbon calculator- How to reduce your emissions - Tom will share some quick and easy changes you can make to reduce your emissions, improve your site speed and provide a better customer experience- Q&AThis webinar is free to attend. Register your attendance via the button on the right hand side.
Denver Institute Professional Women's Network - June 2019
StartJun 19
EndJun 19
How can a shopping mall be a place of ministry? Most people see it as a place to meet friends, cross a few items off their to-do lists, or update their wardrobes, but what if it could be a welcoming place that showed God's hospitality to its community? This quarter, the Professional Women's Network will meet with Kimra Perkins, General Manager of Colorado Mills Mall, to learn how faith shapes her management practices and the culture of the mall. She is one of the city's most intriguing influencers, whose commitment to Christ powerfully shapes her leadership.  Kimra is known for grace under pressure as she oversaw the mall's recovery from the 2018 hailstorm that destroyed almost all of the its stores and merchandise.  In addition to our conversation with Kimra, we'll enjoy: Fellowship/networking opportunities with professional women of faith Biblical insight to guide your work, life, and leadership Drinks and light appetizers RSVP now and invite a friend! ** Space is limited to 50 women **  
Chalkbeat's 2019 Summer Social
StartJun 20
EndJun 20
Join Chalkbeat Colorado as we celebrate the end of a busy school year and look ahead to the next! Catch up with the Chalkbeat team and connect with others who care about Colorado schools at a special happy hour event. All are welcome. Tickets are $10. You'll receive one drink ticket good for a pint of Colorado craft beer and light snacks. A special thanks to Call to Arms Brewing Company for supporting this event: 
Webinar: Accessibility - make it a part of your business function

StartJun 21
EndJun 21
For UK authorities, accessibility is no longer just important, it’s the law. Is your accessibility knowledge up to scratch in your teams? The webinar will be hosted by Jack Niland, Accessibility Expert and UX Designer, Spacecraft. In this 1-hour session Jack will deep-dive into all things accessible.  Things Jack will discuss: - Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 updates - The UK Legislation and what that means for you - How to communicate accessibility to your teams and make it mindset - Tips and tools to help with your website's accessibility - Question and Answers We want to make sure that you are 100% clear on what you need to do in order to ensure your website is accessible for everyone. For UK authorities, accessibility is no longer just important, it's the law. Capacity is limited, so please register to reserve your place.
Hanging Lake - Friday, June 21st, 7PM, $30
StartJun 21
EndJun 21
At Sipping n Painting Highland you will have a blast relaxing, creating and tapping into the right side of your brain while sipping on the beverage of your choice from our bar. No experience necessary! We will walk you through the featured painting with step-by-step instruction. You will leave with your own unique canvas art creation and memories to share. Ample parking is available behind our studio in a few designated spots, on the street, or diagonally across the street at the Regis University parking lot for a small fee of $3.00. We look forward to sipping n’ painting with you soon!
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