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Our DPS Weekly

Students smile with DPS Educator of the Year

Our DPS Weekly: A Salute to Our Educators

“We know every one of our students comes to us with talent, potential and dreams — and developing, growing and encouraging them starts with our

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Interim Superintendent Dr. Ron Cabrera visiting students during class.

Our DPS Weekly: A Message from Dr. Ron Cabrera

“As I look at the next 100 days or so, my hope is that we can revisit our identified priorities as a district, to renew

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Our DPS Weekly: Bending the Arc

“We know our work in DPS is far from finished. Just as important is that we also know that, working together towards a common vision of

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DPS announced 2018 ratings on the School Performance Framework (SPF) at the Kepner Campus.

Our DPS Weekly: Sharing the 2018 SPF Results

“The SPF reflects our shared community aspirations for high-quality schools that serve all kids well.” Dear DPS Community, We announced today on the Kepner campus

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Our DPS Weekly: Pathways to In-Demand Jobs Via Apprenticeships

“‘Where my parents come from, not everything is possible. When I first heard about this program, I didn’t think it was real. I thought, how

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Students in a classroom

Interim Superintendent Announcement from Board President Anne Rowe

“Please welcome Ron in his new role as we move forward in our district transition. We have a lot of work to do and we

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Three students with their arms around each other

Your Questions Answered Regarding School Funding and Amendment 73

“Last night the board approved the resolution proposed by this community committee with its recommendations: Increasing teacher and staff compensation, increasing whole child supports, supporting

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10 Years and Nearly 100,000 Parent Teacher Home Visits Later

“Making connections between learning and life at home are at the heart of these visits, which give educators the opportunity to ask families about their

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Two high school students sitting in a cafeteria.

Promising Futures Within Reach

“We are all different in the way we think and learn, and our graduation requirements for our students should reflect our diversity by providing our

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backs of students walking

Meeting Our Children’s Needs with a Trauma-Informed Approach

“We know how important it is that we not only have trained mental health professionals in our schools, but that our educators who work so

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