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32nd Annual Asian Education Advisory Council Awards

On May 7, students, teachers, paraprofessionals and administrators were recognized by the DPS Asian Education Advisory Council (AEAC) at the 32nd Annual AEAC Awards. Students were

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kids jumping outside

EDUCA Radio: Addressing Discipline Reform

Tune in to EDUCA Radio from 5-6 p.m. this Friday, May 12. Donna Cash, DPS Manager of Student Equity and Opportunity, will help us learn

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nurse and student

Governor Proclaims May 6 “School Nurse Day”

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has declared May 6 “School Nurse Day.” We encourage our DPS families to recognize and celebrate the contributions school nurses make

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Denver Online High School Student Starts Fresh

A little more than a year ago, Denver Online High School senior Adam Madjour found his mom after she had tragically passed away one night

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Bradley International student to compete in NBA MATH HOOPS National Championship

Ethan Bell from Bradley International‘s Discovery Link Program has been selected to compete in the first ever NBA MATH HOOPS National Championship to be held

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Driving Innovation and Closing the Digital Divide

“MyTech isn’t just about giving computers to kids — it’s about how we use technology to fundamentally increase the personalization and quality of learning for

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Mayor Hancock in the Educa radio station

EDUCA Radio with Mayor Hancock

Tune in to EDUCA Radio 1090 AM from 5-6 p.m. Friday, May 5 to learn about the City of Denver’s initiatives and how they impact

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Students and police reveal horse's name on banner.

Isabella Bird Students Name New DPD Horse

The Denver Police Department (DPD) is proud to have many “star” officers on its force. Now, thanks to the third- and fourth-grade students at Isabella Bird Community

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Superintendent Tom Boasberg and Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock with costumed students at the 33rd Annual Shakespeare Festival.

5,000+ Students Perform at Shakespeare Festival

Wearing theatrical costumes and practicing their best Old English accents, more than 5,000 DPS students from 84 schools took over the Denver Center for the Performing Arts

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A student from High Tech Early College, which was named one of DPS' Whole Child Innovation Fund school recipients.

Finding New Ways to Support the Whole Child

“We want to encourage our schools to think innovatively about how to best meet the social, emotional and mental health needs of our kids.” Dear

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