This month’s letters: DPS official explains methodology for number of new middle school seats needed. Inspire PTO President writes concerns about number of seats and transparency. A reader gives his reasons for supporting Proposition 112 on the upcoming ballot.
Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN) will host an education forum during its regularly scheduled outreach meeting on Tuesday, October 16 from 6:30 to 7:40 at Central Park Rec Center.
No one seems to follow the rules. Do you see helmets? No. Are scooters only on the sidewalks? No. Only one person per scooter? No. During an afternoon outing on a scooter, our writer found people enthusiastically riding them, but not following the rules.
With clear policy differences between these gubernatorial candidates, you likely know who you’re voting for. But how to vote on the 22 city and state ballot issues may not be so clear.
The Front Porch Election Guide offers a clear description of what you’ll find on the ballot.
DPS sent a letter to Inspire Elementary School families to address questions and concerns about locating a new middle school on a shared campus with Inspire Elementary School.
Eighty percent of registered voters in the Front Porch distribution area cast ballots in the 2016 Presidential election.
If all goes according to plan, Denver will welcome a new public schools superintendent by the end of the year.
What do local families want to see in a new local middle school? That’s the question on the minds of three school leaders vying to open a new 500-600 seat middle school in the Greater Park Hill/Stapleton enrollment zone in Fall 2019.
Three programs have responded to the Denver Public Schools (DPS) call for quality middle schools issued in late July 2018: The Denver Green School, High Tech, and Beacon Middle School.
Americans don’t vote. At least that’s the story that keeps getting told. But Colorado and northeast Denver voter turnout is high, especially when compared to numbers at the national level.