Thank you for donating towards the victims of the Marshall Fire.
The Marshall Fire Fund has been established to help the educators, staff, and students in the Adams 12 community that have been directly impacted by the fire.  So far over $30,000 is available to help folks with home loss, smoke damage, evacuation costs, and more. A large portion of these funds are in action now to address the immediate needs of those affected and are greatly appreciated.  The remaining portion of the Marshall Fire Fund is being reserved for the needs that arise in the coming months.  We know that this devastation will take months to years for our families to recover.  We will keep you updated on your impact as needs arise. 
Are you willing to support our students for the long haul? Sign up with a gift of $10, $25, $50, or more a month. Every donation makes a difference!
New Board Member Spotlight: Adam Ingersoll
I am a ten-year Officer with FirstBank, supervising several retail bank branches in North Denver encompassing the Adams 12 School District footprint. My primary responsibilities include residential and commercial real estate mortgage and construction lending, business lending, and business development. I am a Colorado native and a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. I have a BSBA in Management, a Master’s Degree in Accounting, and a Certificate from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado. 

I live in Erie with my wife Marian, who is a teacher in Adams 12 Schools, as well as two daughters. I come from a family of educators and I am a big supporter of public education and the importance of a network of support for our schools. As a manager of businesses in our community, I am passionate about providing pathways for students to help them in finding successful and enriching careers. 
Seeking Adams 12 Alumni Success Stories
Success stories of our students are something we will never tire of hearing! Do you know of a current student or alumni that had an amazing experience in Adams 12 Five Star Schools and graduated knowing what they wanted to do for college or a career?


Send us the student's name, name of high school with the year they graduated, and their story for the opportunity to be featured on our website to