DPS Schools are Closed

DPS schools are closed March 27-April 3 for Spring Break, the Cesar E. Chavez Holiday and a teacher planning day. Classes resume April 4. DPS offices are open March 27-28 and closed March 29-31 for Spring Break and the Cesar E. Chavez Holiday. Offices re-open April 3.

Las escuelas de DPS están cerradas.

Las escuelas de DPS estarán cerradas del 27 de marzo al 3 de abril con motivo de las vacaciones de primavera, la festividad de César E. Chávez y un día de planificación docente. Las clases se reanudarán el 4 de abril. Las oficinas administrativas de DPS estarán abiertas el 27 y 28 de marzo, y cerrarán del 29 al 31 de marzo con motivo de las vacaciones de primavera y la festividad de César E. Chávez. Las oficinas reanudarán sus actividades el 3 de abril.

ةقلغم ةماعلا رفند سرادم نإ

ستكون مدارس DPS مغلقة للفترة من 27 مارس إلى 3 أبريل من أجل عطلة الربيع وعطلة يوم سيزار ي. تشافيز ويوم التخطيط للمعلم. ستعود الفصول الدراسية للعمل يوم 4 أبريل. ستكون مكاتب مدارس DPS مفتوحة للفترة من 27-28 مارس وستكون مغلقة للفترة من 29-31 مارس من أجل عطلة الربيع وعطلة يوم سيزار ي. تشافيز. ستفتح المكاتب أبوابها مجد ًدا يوم 3 أبريل.

Các Trường học của DPS đều Đóng cửa

Các trường học của DPS đóng cửa vào ngày 27 tháng Ba-ngày 3 tháng Tư cho kỳ Nghỉ Xuân, ngày lễ Cesar E. Chavez và ngày hoạch định dành cho giáo viên. Các lớp bắt đầu học lại vào ngày 4 tháng Tư. Các văn phòng của DPS mở cửa ngày 27-28 tháng Ba và đóng cửa ngày 29-31 tháng Ba cho kỳ Nghỉ Xuân và ngày lễ Cesar E. Chavez . Các văn phòng sẽ mở cửa lại vào ngày 3 tháng Tư.

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Mission and Vision

Our Vision: Every Child Succeeds

The mission of the Denver Public Schools is to provide all students the opportunity to achieve the knowledge and skills necessary to become contributing citizens in our diverse society.

Keep watching as Denver Public Schools continues to challenge itself, reform and grow.

Denver Public Schools is Thriving

Denver Public Schools is committed to meeting the educational needs of every student with great schools in every neighborhood. Our goal is to provide every child in Denver with a joyful, rigorous and personalized learning experience from preschool through high school graduation. DPS is comprised of more than 200 schools, including traditional, innovation, magnet, charter and pathways schools, with a current total enrollment of more than 91,000 students. Of those, 56% of the school district’s enrollment is Hispanic, 23% is Caucasian and 14% is African-American. Additionally, 69% of our students qualify for free- and reduced-price lunches, an indicator of poverty.

Under the leadership of Superintendent Tom Boasberg and guided by the tenets of the Denver Plan 2020, DPS is among the fastest-growing urban school districts in the nation in terms of enrollment and leads all large districts in Colorado in terms of student academic growth.

Joined by our community, DPS teachers, school leaders and school-support staff crafted the strategic district plan, the Denver Plan 2020, which identifies our five key goals:

  1. Great Schools in Every Neighborhood
  2. A Foundation for Success in School
  3. Ready for College & Career
  4. Support for the Whole Child
  5. Closing the Opportunity Gap

DPS is known as a national leader for our focus on increasing the voice of our teachers in leadership roles through Teacher Leadership & Collaboration, providing a variety of school choices for families and holding all schools to the same high standards of accountability.

Learn More About DPS

Explore our website or reach out to the Communications Team at communications@dpsk12.org to learn more!

Widely recognized today as one of the best urban school systems in the country, Denver Public Schools serves the residents of the City and County of Denver, Colorado.

While its roots can be traced to 1859, when the city was founded, the district was officially created in 1902 when voters approved a constitutional amendment that created the City and County of Denver. The same constitutional amendment consolidated five school districts into today’s School District No.1.