The teacher strike in Denver has ended. All DPS schools are open and operating on normal schedules and ECE classes will resume Friday, Feb. 15.
La huelga de maestros en Denver ha finalizado. Todas las escuelas de DPS están abiertas y las clases de precolar reanudarán el viernes, 15 de febrero.
تم إنهاء إضراب المدرّسين بدنفر. جميع مدارس دنفر العامة (DPS) مفتوحة وتعمل وفقًا للجداول الزمنية المعتادة
Cuộc đình công của giáo viên ở Denver đã kết thúc. Tất cả các trường của DPS đều mở cửa hoạt động theo lịch thông thường.
Shaqo-joojinta macallinka ee Denver way dhammaatay. Dhammaan dugsiyada DPS way furnaan doonaa oo waxay ku shaqayn doonaa jadwalkii caadiga ahaa.
በዴንቨር ውስጥ የመምህራን የሥራ ማቆም አድማ አብቅቷል። ሁሉም የDPS ት/ቤቶች ክፍት ሆነው በመደበኛ የጊዜ-ሰሌዳዎቻቸው የሚሠሩ ይሆናሉ።
डेनभरको शिक्षक हडताल अन्त्य भएको छ। सबै डिपिएस स्कूलहरू खुला छन् र नियमित तालिकामा चल्नेछन्
Забастовка учителей в Денвере закончилась.Все школы DPS открыты и работают по обычному расписанию.
ဒင္းဗားတြင္ ဆရာ/မမ်ား သပိတ္ေမွာက္ျခင္း ၿပီးဆံုးသြားပါၿပီ။ ဒင္းဗားအစိုးရေက်ာင္းမ်ားအားလံုးကို ဖြင့္လွစ္ထားၿပီး ပံုမွန္အခ်ိန္ဇယားမ်ားအတိုင္း လည္ပတ္ေနပါသည္။
La grève des enseignants à Denver est terminée.Toutes les écoles DPS sont ouvertes et fonctionnent suivant les horaires normaux.
Recently, DPS sent a record-number of Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) cadets to compete at the University of Wyoming’s Raider Challenge. Held within JROTC programs, the Raider Challenge is conducted throughout the country, and is a physically-demanding athletic competition that tests students’ strength, endurance and teamwork abilities through obstacle courses, a one-rope bridge and many other events.
DPS sent more than 10 teams from across the district, each comprised of six cadets. Cadets overcame personal and team challenges to take home the top honor. For the second year in a row, the overall champion of the event was among the Denver ranks: Abraham Lincoln HIgh School took first place overall with teams from East, North and Kennedy high schools placing in individual events.
“Through the Raider Challenge, our kids learn the life skills of teamwork, personal courage and doing more than they ever thought they were capable of doing,” said Lt. Col. Steve Osterholzer, the director of instruction for Denver’s 10 JROTC programs.
Held outdoors, Raider Challenge prepares students for what they can expect in college with the Army ROTC Ranger Challenge competitions. The competition at the University of Wyoming is the largest Raider competition within a six-state area.
Cadets were exposed to college opportunities through campus tours and interaction with college students. “As a high school student, interacting with college ROTC cadets really helped me see myself in college,” said Johan Zamora, a Junior at East.
“These competitions are extremely demanding,“ said Osterholzer. “Cadets on these teams often train at 6 a.m. several times a week, showing tremendous commitment to their schools and each other. We’re extremely proud of each and every one of them.”
JROTC teaches life skills that prepare cadets for college and career, regardless of their plans after high school. Through their cadet-run program and team competitions, students learn invaluable skills in the areas of leadership, teamwork, time-management, self-discipline and communication.
Denver will host a Raider Challenge March 21 at Lincoln High School.
For more information on JROTC programs available at each school, contact Lt. Col. Steve Osterholzer at firstname.lastname@example.org.