How often during the holiday season have you said, “We should give back this year. Let’s go feed the homeless.”
The college application process has become more complex, more stressful and more expensive than ever before.
Amy Klin knows what parents are going through. She’s been there, done that, freaked out about it and figured a better way to deal with it.
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.
Events happening in our area in early August & September
Technically, even a child’s lemonade stand falls under the same rules and regulations as other temporary businesses.
Moms who deliver at Birth Center of Denver have a totally natural labor and birth—they forgo pain relievers or epidurals, though they can opt for a small amount of nitrous oxide for relaxation (at a level lower than what’s used at dentists’ offices).
The first round of Denver Public Schools’ school choice for 2018 has concluded, and we have the local outcomes. Fortunately, this year most students in the district and in our neighborhoods received their first choices.
No joke! In the first week of April, a ride sharing service for kids entered the Denver market. Yes, HopSkipDrive—an “Uber for kids”—is here, founded by three moms who know that the kid transport struggle is real.