Side-by-side school comparisons and principal Q&As are now available for Hill and Odyssey.
DPS will provide transportation to and from certain schools in 2014.
After a DPS board vote, 25 percent of seats in Stapleton’s five shared-boundary elementary schools will be reserved for those who live in a school’s priority zone.
In 2014 Isabella Bird will add more grades and move to a new building.
Once a school that almost didn’t survive, Ashley Elementary is on the upswing because of its new principal.
After a whirlwind December, Avi Tropper has been named the principal of Stapleton’s high school that will open in 2015.
This guide includes interviews with principals from the five “choice” schools. Topics include parent questions, comments, a brief summary of the enrollment process and a chart with side-by-side comparisons of the programs.
Open choice versus priority for proximity has become a hot issue in Stapleton. DPS proposed a priority zone system for elementary boundaries, but, at the meetings, most Stapleton parents expressed a desire for equal access to all elementary schools.
State Senator Michael Johnston talks about why Ammendment 66 was defeated so soundly what to expect for school finance moving forward.
Newly appointed principal of Swigert International School Liz TenCate is upbeat about the education world and shares her thoughts on some of the issues facing educators today.