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Our DPS Weekly

Students Take the “Hamilton” Stage

“It is the story of America then, as told by America now. And many of our students earned the opportunity of a lifetime to share

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The Time is Now to Better Support Kids, Teachers

The Time is Now to Better Support Kids, Teachers

“It has been nearly a quarter-century since Colorado last revised its school funding system, and the time to change that is now.” Dear DPS Community,

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Our DPS Weekly: Growing Great Teachers from Within

“Our paraprofessionals — many of whom are DPS graduates, parents and community members — bring a depth of experience and knowledge because they have worked

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Cheltenham Elementary teachers Holly Charles, Laura Luscinski and Elisabeth Watkins met with their third- and fourth-grade students during last year's Spring Home Visit Week.

What Are Your Hopes and Dreams for Your Child?

“Teachers visiting our families at home typically start the conversation with this question, and the excited responses of our families build and deepen the bond

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Superintendent: Keeping Our Kids Safe

“Our schools should be places of learning, exploration and joy where we celebrate our kids’ growth. They should never be hardened bunkers bristling with firearms.”

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“New American Neighbors,” a radio show for refugee and immigrant families, recently made its online debut in seven languages and is now airing each week.

Supporting Our New American Neighbors

“Our immigrant and refugee students add such strength and vibrancy to our schools and community, and we know how important it is that we welcome

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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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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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parent and student at DPS school choice expo

Equity is at the Heart of School Choice

“Research shows students of all income levels and races benefit from diversity in their school. We believe these schools offer the best education for our

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Increasing Resources Where They Matter Most

“We believe that those closest to our children — our teachers, school leaders and communities — know how best to spend their dollars to meet

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