#myplan Student Feature: Ivan Sanchez-Venitez

“My plan is to become an architect and build beautiful houses for people without resources.” “Mi plan es ser un arquitecto y construer bonitas casas

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Educators Honored at Excellence in Teaching Event

More than 1,000 Denver Public Schools top educators were celebrated on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, at the annual Excellence in Teaching event held at the Read More »

#myplan Student Feature: Isabelle Rayburn

“I am excited to go to college and major in business so I can become the first female business owner in my family. I want

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#myplan Student Feature: Kenny Doan

“I believe that the key to a successful future starts now. My plan is to go to college, film school, and network with major film

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#myplan Student Feature: Almendra Farfan

“I plan to work as a artist and decorator for Marvel Comics. I have already created a superhero named Wildflower Woman. I plan to attend

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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Surprises DPS Students

On Friday, Oct. 21, South High School students filled the auditorium to hear from three of their refugee peers. The audience of more than 1,500 Read More »

Our DPS Weekly: What Does It Mean to Focus on the Whole Child?

A Note from Superintendent Tom Boasberg: Dear DPS Community, When Doull Elementary School Principal Jodie Carrigan talks about what goes on inside her school, you

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#myplan Student Feature: Muhammad S. Afrooz

“I like to help people who need help. My plan is to go to the University of Alabama and become a bone doctor.” Muhammad S.

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Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions

Denver Public Schools (DPS) students accompanied Denver City Councilman Paul Lopez on Thursday, Oct. 20, in presenting the city’s proclamation naming the second Monday of

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Cordova Inducted Into Latino Hall of Fame

Susana Cordova, deputy superintendent for Denver Public Schools (DPS), was inducted into the Colorado Latino Hall of Fame on Tuesday, Oct. 18, by the University

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