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DPS to Launch Large-scale Community Dialogue

The Board of Education met May 29 in a retreat to plan its work for the year ahead, and decided that DPS will launch a large-scale

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DPS Students Place in National Fitness Competition in Daytona Beach

DPS Students Place in National Fitness Competition in Daytona Beach

Eleven JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps) cadets representing five DPS high schools recently combined as a team to compete in the JROTC Fitness Nationals

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Defending Your Right to Graduate: Students prove they have what it takes to succeed

Defending your Right to Graduate: Students Prove they have what it takes to Succeed

As it comes time for students to don their caps and gowns– ready to take on what adults might call the real world– Dr. Martin

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John F. Kennedy High School Students Take Second Place in California Competition

John F. Kennedy High School Students Take Second Place in California Competition

JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps) students from John F. Kennedy (JFK) High School recently brought home six trophies and placed second at the Golden

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Letter to Far Northeast Families

May 30, 2018 Dear Far Northeast families, As the school year comes to a close, we wanted to update you on a number of important

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Fifth Grade Students Tackle Real World Issues

Around the end of every school year, Brown International Academy fifth grade teacher Wendy Edwards has a minor little freak-out: “Throughout the whole process you

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Last Day of Classes

The last day of school for the 2017-2018 school year is May 31. Have a great summer!

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Students from Manual High School's graduating Class of 2017.

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

“Our belief in our students’ potential — the belief that from the very first day they walk into one of our classrooms, every child can

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In Marie L Greenwood Academy’s Each One Teach One program, students are cultivating cooking, gardening, horticulture and literary skills thanks to a grant from Whole Foods to their community partner Slow Food USA.
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From Farm to Table, Students Feed Denver Families

In Marie L Greenwood Academy’s Each One Teach One program, students are cultivating cooking, gardening, horticulture and literary skills thanks to a grant from Whole

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Students attend the African-American Young Ladies Summit
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African-American Young Ladies Summit Bridges Social-Emotional Needs with College and Career Planning

More than 160 DPS high school students gathered at George Washington High School for the first-ever African-American Young Ladies’ Summit Friday, May 18. The inaugural

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