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.
As the nation remembers the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, many schools are now filled with students who were born after the tragedy. To learn, reflect and ensure that students are aware of the impact of the 2001 attacks, cadets in the East High School Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) program marked the occasion with a flag ceremony.
Bugles sounded as the uniformed JROTC Color Guard cadets marched in formation with their sabers and ceremoniously raised the United States and Colorado flags to the top of the pole, then back down to rest at half-staff in honor of the 3,000 civilians and first responders who lost their lives that day. Hundreds of East High School students and educators joined the cadets outside the entrance of the school for a moment of observance.
“I feel proud that I can be a part of this tradition and honor my country,” said Frankie Trader, JROTC Brigade Commander and East High School senior. “I don’t remember Sept. 11. I was only 6 months old at the time, but I’ve been learning about it since I was a kid, and I’m just astounded by the tragedy and utter loss of life. It’s so important to remember those people and remember their lives.”
“It’s important to me as an American, a citizen and as the future to remember Sept. 11,” added Levi Ortega, JROTC Battalion
Commander and fellow East High School senior. “We learn a lot from family members on days like this. You can look around and see on people’s faces how it has affected America. That’s why it’s so important for us to remember the fallen.”
Denver Public Schools offers the JROTC program to high school students. The program teaches character education, student achievement, health and wellness, leadership and diversity. In addition to promoting citizenship, JROTC also prepares students for options after high school including college or the workforce. Through cadet-run programs and team competitions, students learn invaluable professional skills like leadership, teamwork, time-management, self-discipline and communication.