This month: 1) Pearl Wine and Market Breaks Ground; 2) Mayor’s Homelessness Plan Update; 3) McAuliffe’s Innovation Status; 4) Second Place for Northfield High School and East High School Boys Soccer; and 5) Drybar Coming to Central Park.
This fall, Denver voters will decide the new makeup of the Denver School Board and the outcome of two ballot measures. Election Day is Nov. 7, with ballots mailed out on Oct. 16. We originally interviewed three of the four at-large candidates—as of Sept. 29, Paul Ballenger ended his campaign and our online article reflects that.
This month: 1) New Luxury Apartment Complex; 2) Three Arrows Gallery Opens in Central Park; 3) Kurt Dennis Sues Denver Public Schools; 4) New Businesses at The Shops at Northfield; 5) National Wildlife Property Repository; and 6) New Plans for Bluff Lake Nature Center.
As the new school year began, McAuliffe International School continued to face turmoil about the firing of principal Kurt Dennis, the use of a seclusion room in the school, and a vote by the school board to approve Dennis’ termination. UPDATE: DPS investigation conclusion made public after press time.
The largest middle school in the Denver Public School District was shaken in July when the district made a controversial decision to terminate McAuliffe Principal Kurt Dennis. Dennis has been the principal of McAuliffe International School since the Park Hill institution first opened 12 years ago.
This month: 1) Over Flyte at FlyteCo Brewing; 2) Denver Speech and Debate Teams Shine at Nationals; 3) Park Hill Housing Project; and 4) Restaurant Openings and Closings.
Each day of Leadership Week, the students board buses to travel to various locations throughout the city to learn first-hand about careers in police and fire departments, businesses, the medical field, and non-profit organizations.
This month: Glissade Coffee Opens in NW Aurora; Alexan Montview Plaza Progress; East High Con-Law Fourth in Nation; Northfield Drones; Suncor Update; Denver Discovery Classrooms; and Costco Opens in Green Valley Ranch.
Anger has been growing after two recent incidents of gun violence at East High School, which left one student dead and two administrators wounded. Thousands of students, parents, teachers, and administrators are demanding that leaders at Denver Public Schools (DPS) take action to make schools safer.
This Month: 1) La Fillete Opens in Montclair; 2) Two NE Denver Arts Festivals; 3) Northfield High School Developments; 4) New High Plains Bike Park; 5) Modern Market at Anschutz Campus; and 6) Central Park Playground Nears Completion.