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Students Stand Together to Break the Silence at Manual

On Nov. 18, 2016, nearly 60 students, educators and community members gathered in the writing center at Manual High School to ponder the fate of

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What is College and Career Readiness?

Students are preparing for college – and discovering careers – throughout the entirety of their education in Denver Public Schools (DPS). Watch the DPS Features:

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Our DPS Weekly: Thank You for Not Standing Still

Dear DPS Community, The Montbello Campus in Far Northeast Denver is the thriving center of a growing community. And it’s a campus that needs investment

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Mayor Hancock Celebrates Academic Achievement at DCIS at Ford

Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock will be the keynote speaker at the Denver Center for International Studies (DCIS) Recognition Breakfast held at the DCIS at Ford

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A Call to Teach: Greenlee Teacher Featured in Wellesley Magazine

The windows in the classroom where Graciela Gonzales teaches third grade at Greenlee Elementary looks out onto Lipan Street on Denver’s west side. In the

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Montbello Campus Gets an $8 Million Facelift

For many years, students at the Montbello Campus have had to endure temperatures were chronically too hot or too cold in classrooms. That concern will

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Our DPS Weekly: Inspiring Hope for Equity

https://vimeo.com/193967442 Dear DPS Community, "I'm hopeful we'll be able to begin the conversation about what equity really means."  "I'm hopeful that people's willingness to have honest/authentic conversations Read More »

Families Show in Record Numbers for MLK’s First Exhibition Night

Not even the first snow in Colorado could keep Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College students and families from coming in droves to their

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C3 Students Participate in Washed Ashore Project at the Denver Zoo

On Nov. 17, students at Creativity Challenge Community (C3) had the opportunity to attend a gallery reception at the Denver Zoo that featured the artwork Read More »

Volunteer and Make a Difference at George Washington High School

Are you feeling the need to take action and make a positive difference in the lives of DPS students? George Washington High School is seeking adult

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