DPS does not condone or tolerate discrimination or harassment based on protected class, such as race, color, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, religion, national origin, immigration/citizenship status, ancestry, age, pregnancy, parenting, or marital status, veteran status, or disability. We strive to create learning and working environments that are truly affirming and inclusive.
Our prohibition on discrimination and harassment extends to admission and employment. Through enforcement of the policy and regulations linked below, the District seeks to prevent and correct any discriminatory behavior, breaking historical patterns of inequity, not by accident, but by design.
If you witness or experience the following behaviors, you are encouraged to report your concerns. Click on the plus sign below for some examples of concerning behavior that we encourage you to tell us about. (These are examples, not an exhaustive list.)
If you are a student, parent, community member, or employee who needs to raise a concern of harassment or discrimination, please first contact the school or department where the conduct took place so we can address your concern at the site level immediately. Otherwise, parents and community members may contact the Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) at 720-423-3054, or use the appropriate form below.
The forms below provide an opportunity for DPS community members to notify us of concerns that we need to address.
Designated DPS implementers who have already been trained should find their reporting forms for DPR and Title IX on The Commons.