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This guide summarizes many resources, programs, services and policies often referenced by DPS students, parents and guardians. It is available in Amharic, Arabic, Burmese, English, French, Nepali, Russian, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese. Please note that the handbook is not intended to be a complete directory of information concerning all DPS schools, students, parents and guardians. Each DPS school, including charter and innovation schools, may have its own set of procedures or operate on a different school-year calendar. Please contact your child’s school for information specific to that school. DPS policies are subject to change and some information may have changed since the handbook was printed. If you have any comments or suggestions for the DPS Handbook for Families & Students, please email

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Download the DPS District Map to locate your neighborhood school, call the School Boundary Hotline at 720.423.3400, or search online by entering your home address in School Finder.

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This guide was created to help DPS families, community members and educators understand and navigate the key components that make up the DPS budget. For information and questions regarding this resource, contact DPS Financial Services or visit their website here.

» Guide (PDF)

To better serve our fam ilies in the selection of a school, we created a new user-friendly system last year called SchoolChoice, which streamlined school enrollment processes to one form and one timeline, regardless of what type of DPS school you’re interested in. We also greatly enhanced this Enrollment Guide to provide more comprehensive information on the programs and performance of all of the schools DPS has to offer.

» Enrollment Guides

These are your schools, and we’re committed to doing more to keep you connected to all of the critically important work going on inside them. That’s why DPS created the new Our DPS weekly e-newsletter to bring you closer to the people, issues, and programs affecting your schools. In addition to receiving regular email newsletters, you can also stay on top of all of the current DPS news on the district’s website.
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