In the Feb. 1 article, “Local Schools Leading the Way in Integration,” we were satisfied to read about new efforts in the Greater Park Hill and Stapleton communities to push for more integrated schools. As educators, we’re encouraged that our colleagues understand the moral imperative of serving students from all backgrounds.
As I’m getting ready to move to Aurora, I want to say goodbye to Stapleton, where I’ve lived for over three years. I will miss it here.
Letters concerning “Stapleton Stops” and Creative Use of Space by DU at the Solar Decathlon.
City Council is considering a proposal to purchase the Park Hill Golf Course from the Clayton Trust and neighbors are already gearing up to oppose any changes to that property. Opposition to any development here is misguided. Because of the proximity to transit, it is critical that the City is able to strike an appropriate balance between housing and green space on the Park Hill Golf Course Property.
Three readers sent letters about the Stapleton name change.
Awhile back, I was sitting outside a coffee shop sipping an iced latte after a run.
Think the MLK & CPB Intersection is Congested Now?
Colorado State Legislators: Please Support Solutions for Working Families
As part of a successful effort to foster a unified school culture, George Washington High School has recently instituted a curricular model providing freshman and sophomore students exposure to a full range of subjects and then assisting in the choice of a pathway (College Prep, Advance Placement, International Baccalaureate, or Career Connect) to focus on as juniors and seniors.
I am a very satisfied parent at Denver Discovery School and am writing to encourage families to consider this excellent school during the upcoming School Choice process.