The Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN) Sustainability Committee would like to wish everyone a joyful holiday season. As we approach the end of the calendar year, we are grateful for the opportunity to share some of our successes from 2018 as well as look ahead to what’s in store for 2019.
Over the past year, more than $135,000 was given to Stapleton area schools by the Foundation for Sustainable Urban Communities (formerly the Stapleton Foundation).
One of the pillars of an extraordinary community is providing citizens with high quality educational experiences.
Kappa Housing, Inc. has received the tax credits needed to finance construction of a 70-unit senior housing project at Northfield and Central Park boulevards.
The high interest in the annual unveiling of School Performance Framework (SPF) scores and the bright colors that draw attention to the rankings may tempt parents to draw conclusions about their child’s school beyond what the data is designed for.
How often during the holiday season have you said, “We should give back this year. Let’s go feed the homeless.”
While many DPS students and teachers had October 19 off, 160 eighth graders and their faculty at the Denver School of Science and Technology: Stapleton spent the day having “brave conversations.”
In the U.S., an estimated 4.6 million children live in homes with guns that are loaded and not secured, according to Everytown for Gun Safety.
The college application process has become more complex, more stressful and more expensive than ever before.
The Park Street Campus, located at 56th and Galena, will soon be built out to house a middle school on a shared campus with Inspire Elementary.