Denver Public Schools to Hold a Series of Public Meetings Concerning Rosedale
The district is seeking input on the site and building, which has been closed since 2005
DENVER– Denver Public Schools will hold a series of public meetings beginning in February to discuss the future of Rosedale, which has been closed and shuttered since 2005.
The district recently received a letter of interest for the purchase of the Rosedale building with the intent to reopen it as a private school. The receipt of this offer has created a great opportunity for DPS and the community to come together and discuss all potential options for the future of the Rosedale site.
The goal of the public meetings will be to discuss all options for the building including reopening it as a public school, leasing the property, leaving the property in the current state or selling it.
Denver Public Schools is working in collaboration with the Rosedale Harvard Gulch Neighborhood Organization and University of Colorado Denver students on this community engagement. DPS will reach out to encourage neighbors, schools, communities and other interested stakeholders to join the conversation. Meeting dates and times will be announced at a later date.