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Springtime was a season full of fresh ideas for change in the Denver Public School (DPS) system. In Northeast Denver, these proposals elicited controversy across the Northfield, East, Manual, and George Washington High School communities.
At a Monday, June 2 community forum, principal Avi Tropper covered a variety of topics about new Northfield High School (NHS), including items like school name and colors. He also discussed the details of a revised boundary proposal and explained why he has chosen the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program over Advanced Placement.
George Washington High School considers opening up the elite IB program to more students. Read the full article by Chalkbeat Colorado.
More than 60 parents and community members attended a DPS meeting on Wednesday, May 28 at DSST Stapleton to preview boundary recommendations for the Near Northeast (NNE) High School.
While trying to reach a decision about boundaries, parents consider equity and inclusion for an integrated high-performing high school.
On Tuesday May 27, DPS held a community meeting at East High School to discuss the possibility of an East-Manual Partnership.
The new Stapleton high school principal Avi Tropper answers the question: How do we establish the type of academic programming and cultural values to achieve such bold aspirations?
Read a summary of the May 7 community meeting on high school boundaries and a letter from DPS with an update on the high school.
Northeast Denver students in grades 3 to 8 won’t need to leave the neighborhood to learn advanced computer skills this summer.