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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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Promoting School Integration in New Ways

“We want our children to have a rich set of lived experiences of studying, being friends and exchanging ideas with people of different backgrounds, races

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Superintendent Tom Boasberg and fourth-grade students from Traylor Academy in Southwest Denver surprised team members at the Emily Griffith Campus with caroling and candy canes.

Our DPS Weekly: Thank You for a Great Year

Best wishes for a relaxing winter break, spent with family, friends and fun! I hope you can take time to do what makes you most

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Author Helen Thorpe visits with South High Students.

Shared Stories From Across the Globe

“So many of our students have overcome unimaginable odds in countries halfway across the world and are facing each day with grace and a determination

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Seven Breaux -- an apprentice through our CareerResidency Youth Apprenticeship Program
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Combining Classroom and Work Experiences

“One of the most incredible benefits of the apprenticeship program is the opportunity for students to earn up to an associate degree while in high

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More than 1,000 DPS educators were celebrated for receiving the top rating of Distinguished for growth and performance in the 2016-17 school year during the annual Excellence in Teaching event Wednesday night.

Our DPS Weekly: Thanking Our Outstanding Educators

“Teaching is one of the few professions that truly touches eternity. We remember something that each teacher gave us.” Dear Team DPS, Think back to

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One Day is Not Enough to Thank Them All

“As we prepare to reflect on the things we are grateful for over Thanksgiving break, our students remind us to learn from our history and

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Thousands of eighth-grade students met with representatives from companies, postsecondary institutions and high schools at the DPS Eighth-Grade Career Fair on Tuesday.

Starting Early for Success after High School

“Our goal with our apprenticeship program is to closely link our students’ academic and professional experiences to help them build careers they are passionate about.”

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