DSST: Stapleton High School was among three finalists for a $15,000 award from nonprofit Colorado Succeeds for “Transformational Impact” at the high school level.
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.
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.
2018 CMAS Test Results for NE Denver Schools
Four years ago, the Riptide girls competitive softball team was formed—and they didn’t win a single tournament game that year.
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.
The Jets Lacrosse Club, which started in 2009 with “a handful” of players, now has 14 teams with a total of about 250 players, mostly from Stapleton, Park Hill and Lowry, says U13 coach Stephen Flannery.
Four northeast schools with a shared commitment to the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme have been approved by the Denver Board of Education to form an Innovation Zone (iZone).
“We’re helping kids to be creative problem solvers who can navigate fast-evolving technology,” says Brenda Lane, co-owner of MindCraft Makerspace in the Stanley Marketplace.