Denver Public Schools Celebrates Largest Graduation Class In HistoryThe class of 2016 was the largest graduating class in Denver Public Schools history.
Former Colorado School Official Acquitted Of Sex AssaultA Denver jury on Tuesday acquitted a former Colorado school official of four counts of sexual assault of a child, the Denver District Attorney's Office said.
Denver Public Schools To Ask For Nearly $4 Million For New LocksColorado's largest school district is asking for nearly $4 million for a mechanical fix that will streamline the lockdown procedure in an emergency.
More Colorado Schools Receive Robocall Bomb ThreatsTwo more Colorado schools were disrupted by bomb threats from robocalls on Wednesday.
Bomb Threat Calls Target Schools In Colorado, Across U.S.Students at Cherokee Trail Elementary school in Parker were evacuated from the building on Monday afternoon. The school was one of several in Colorado and different states that received bomb threats. The automated phone calls are being investigated by the FBI.
Lockheed Martin Funds Science, Math, Tech In Denver SchoolsLockheed Martin has awarded Denver Public Schools $800,000 for science, technology, engineering and math education.
Schools, Cities Claim Cash After CBS4 InvestigationSchool districts and local governments are in the process of claiming thousands of dollars in cash that they are owed, but apparently didn’t know they were entitled to until informed by a CBS4 Investigation. In some cases the unclaimed cash has been sitting around for decades.
Shakespeare Festival On 16th Street Mall Goes On Despite The WeatherThe rain and snow mix really put a real damper on outdoor activities like Denver School's annual Shakespeare Festival on Friday.
Denver School Board Member Resigns Over Child Abuse CaseA newly appointed Denver school board member who pleaded guilty to a minor case of child abuse says she won't take the job because she doesn't want to be a distraction.
School Officials Defend New Board Member With Police RecordDenver Public Schools officials are defending a new board member who pleaded guilty to child abuse with no injury, saying she fully disclosed details of the incident before she was chosen.
'Biliteracy Seal' For Colorado Diplomas Passes State HouseA movement to add a "seal of biliteracy" to the high-school diplomas of students who speak more than one language could be moving statewide in Colorado.
How School Districts Decide Whether To Cancel ClassesMajor school districts in the Denver metro area cancelled school for a second day in a row on Thursday after a blizzard crippled the city on Wednesday.