The videos that emerged in August of East High School cheerleaders being forced into splits by a recently hired coach, Ozell Williams, have been very disturbing to the community, particularly among parents with middle and high school-aged athletes.
Have you heard? There’s a school board election coming up next month—time to start paying attention.
The Solar Decathlon is a competition among 15 university-based teams to build a full-sized solar-powered house that blends design excellence and smart energy production with overall innovation, market potential, energy efficiency and water efficiency.
On August 10, the auditorium at Hill Campus of Arts and Sciences buzzed with excitement as the eager sixth-grade class assembled for a special presentation.
In the upcoming school board election, voters will choose representatives to make decisions that will drive DPS policy in the future.
State education officials announced in June that Colorado will stop administering the PARCC exams, standardized tests that are used in multiple states to assess student and school achievement of Common Core standards in math and language arts.
To raise funds for lunch debt accrued by DPS students across the district, Cattivella restaurant owner/chef Elise Wiggins and her partner Rachel Chaparro of Grace and Sky Homes hosted a cooking class for children on August 5.
If the “word salad” of education jargon leaves you confused, you’re not alone.
“I stand here as a representative of what a strong black community can produce, what education can and will produce when students that look just like me are presented with the opportunity.”
The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education has approved a charter school application for a grade 6-12 campus to be located in Stapleton Aurora on 25th Ave. between Fulton and Iola streets.