COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Three returning Adams County School District 14 school board members were sworn in during the school board meeting last night. Mr. James Amador, Ms. Luz Molina-Aguayo, and Ms. Reneé Lovato took the oath of office affirming their continued commitment to fostering educational excellence in our community. Judge Brian Bowen, presiding judge for the City of Commerce City, administered the oath of office to the board members.
The returning school board members began their reelection campaigns in August 2023 and qualified as candidates for the November 2023 election. However, the election was canceled, as per state law, when no other individuals completed the candidate filing process with the Colorado Secretary of State.
The election of these esteemed individuals highlights their contributions, dedication, and passion for advancing the District's mission of providing a high-quality education for all students. Each board member brings a unique set of skills, experiences, and perspectives that collectively contribute to the success of our schools. With the reelection of the three board members, the District will maintain consistent leadership and continuity of governance.
"We are delighted to announce the return of President Reneé Lovato, Director Luz Molina-Aguayo, and Treasurer James Amador to the Adams County School District 14 Board of Education. Their unwavering dedication to improving our schools and District has positively impacted the lives of our students and the entire community. We look forward to their continued leadership and contributions to the District's success," said Dr. Karla Loría, Superintendent of Schools.
The returning board members expressed gratitude for the opportunity to continue their service and shared their commitment to working collaboratively with fellow board members, administrators, educators, parents, and community members to ensure the District's ongoing success.
The Adams County School District 14 Board of Education is confident that, with the reappointment of these distinguished members, the District will continue to thrive and provide a nurturing environment for students to excel academically, socially, and personally, as well as gain momentum with the consistency and continuity of leadership.
Please visit our district's website for more information about Adams County School District 14 and the Board of Education.
About Adams County School District 14:
Adams 14 is proud to serve its more than 5,000 students in 12 schools and is committed to providing first-class and equitable instruction to all of its students. With a strong focus on language acquisition, all students in the district have the opportunity to become linguistically gifted. Adams 14 became known throughout the state as a model school district.