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Superintendent’s Message about Florida School Shooting

Feb. 14, 2018 Dear DPS Community, Today, we received news about another horrific shooting in our public schools, this time at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High

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Our DPS Weekly: Uniting for Fairer School Funding

“Our lack of investment in education is not a result of economic problems. It is a political problem — our collective failure as a state

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Thomas Jefferson High School student-athletes Macey Murray, Adam Becker and Sydney Thompson all signed with colleges on National Signing Day.
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DPS Seniors Sign with College Athletic Teams

On Wednesday, Feb. 7, high schools throughout Denver Public Schools (DPS) participated in National Signing Day. Dozens of star athletes put pen to paper and

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George Washington High School student Ibrahem Safieddine, who participated in the ASCENT (Accelerating Students via Concurrent Enrollment) program.

Free College Credits Help Students Get Ahead

A growing number of DPS students are getting a head start on earning a certificate, associate or bachelor’s degree while saving money though the ASCENT

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School Counselor Appreciation Week

Counselors Help Students Reach for the Stars

National School Counseling Week is Feb. 5-9. This year’s theme is “School Counselors: Helping Students Reach for the Stars.” Denver Public Schools’ counselors work tirelessly

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Students of all ages throughout DPS displayed and presented their STEM projects to judges on Jan. 13 on the University of Denver campus during the DPS Science and Engineering Fair.

Students Present Scientific and Engineering Findings at Annual DPS Science Fair

Students of all ages throughout DPS displayed and presented their STEM projects to judges on Jan. 13 on the University of Denver campus during the DPS Science

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Superintendent Tom Boasberg and Board members Happy Haynes and Jennifer Bacon joined members of Manual High School's first African-American sorority, Kappavous, on Thursday to kick off Black History Month.

Students Writing Their Own Narratives

“We must all continue to empower our students not only to earn academic skills. We have to encourage them to become good citizens who give

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The DPS SchoolChoice season for the 2018-19 school year is now open!

SchoolChoice is open!

The DPS SchoolChoice season for the 2018-19 school year is now open! You can access the new online application here using cellphone, tablet or computer.

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EDUCA Radio Show: Superintendent Parent Forum

EDUCA: Superintendent Parent Forum

Tune in to EDUCA Radio from 3-4 p.m. this Friday, Feb. 2 to listen to Iesha Mitchell, Manager of Family Empowerment and Academic Partnerships with

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DPS News Now: Meet Kappavous

Check out this week’s edition of DPS News Now featuring the women of Kappavous, Manual High School’s first African-American sorority.

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