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Today’s Students Learning to be Tomorrow’s Doctors

It’s an age-old question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” While some may roll their eyes at parents and teachers upon

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Nancy Radu, special education teacher at North, and her Affective Needs classroom
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Providing a Classroom For All Emotions: Video

Each of us has had that day where we are just feeling ‘off,’ whether it’s because of something that happened in the morning, a lack

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DPS Joins Denver Water to Recycle Water and Save Taxpayers $320K

DPS Brings Recycled Water to Three More Schools with Purple Pipe Project Denver – Summer is sizzling and Denver Public Schools (DPS) has partnered with

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DPS brings recycled water to three more schools with Purple Pipe Project.

DPS, Denver Water Team Up to Save Money

Summer is sizzling and DPS has partnered with Denver Water to beat the heat and bring recycled water to three new schools, expanding from 11

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DPS Seeks To Reach Agreement With Union Before School Starts

Denver – Denver Public Schools (DPS) is asking an independent third-party mediator to support negotiations with the Denver Classroom Teachers Association in hopes of wrapping up

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Twila Norman, who passed away on June 16, was Denver's first female, African-American assistant superintendent of elementary education.

Denver Public Schools Remembers Twila Norman

The DPS community remembers Twila Norman, who passed away on June 16. Norman was the first female, African-American assistant superintendent of elementary education in Denver

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EDUCA Radio: Summer Resources for Kids

Tune in to EDUCA Radio from 5-6 p.m. this Friday, June 23 when Joel Pace, Youth Success Director with the City of Denver, will share

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Supt. Tom Boasberg and Board of Education members discuss the new DPS discipline policy
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Board Approves Discipline Changes for ECE-3

  Denver Board of Education members on Monday (June 19) unanimously approved changes to the district’s discipline policy that are designed to dramatically curtail suspensions and

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Board Celebrates Immigrant Heritage Month

Denver Board of Education members on Monday (June 19) applauded a proclamation celebrating June as Immigrant Heritage Month. Board Member Rachele Espiritu, the first immigrant to serve

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Free Summer Meals for Children 18 and Under

DPS is ensuring that children receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Deputy Superintendent Susana Cordova served lunch to more than 100 students

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