Denver Public Schools Upgrading HVAC In Schools To Combat CoronavirusDPS is putting close to $5 million toward HVAC improvements, to help with air flow and filtration in the classroom.
DPS 2020 Graduates Can Apply For Free Semester At Community College Of DenverEligible 2020 graduates of Denver Public Schools can attend the Community College of Denver for free this fall.
Denver Public Schools Will Offer Full In-Person Learning This FallStudents will have virtual learning option if they don’t feel comfortable going back.
DPS Committee Proposes Budget To Address $65 Million ShortfallThe effects of COVID-19 have impacted student learning and district finances.
Denver Public Schools To Remove School Resource OfficersIn wake of the George Floyd and Black Lives Matter protests, and calls to defund police departments, the Denver school board unanimously voted to remove 17 Denver police officers from their buildings.
Denver Teachers Worry About Looming Budget CutsThe coronavirus pandemic's hit to tax revenues has many school districts looking at where to cut budgets.
Denver Public School Students Lead The Charge In Sunday ProtestsAfter nearly two weeks of protests in Denver, on Sunday students held marches of their own.
Day 11 Of Protests: Denver Students Lead March Through CityStudents within the Denver Public School District led a protest and march Sunday morning through Civic Center Park and down Colfax Avenue.
DPS Board Members Discuss Getting Rid Of School Resource OfficersDenver Public Schools board members and other leaders met Friday morning on the steps of West High School to discuss ending its contract with Denver police school resource officers.
Denver Public Schools To Host Discussions About Whether To Keep School Resource OfficersThe death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer is prompting a bigger discussion about the presence of police in schools.
Some DPS Students Say Virtual Learning Grading Policy '110% Serves Affluent Students'Some students feel the Denver Public School System's current grading policy, giving students a choice between a letter grade or credit/no credit, gives more affluent students the upper hand. They're hoping that will change in the next school year starting in August.
Denver Public Schools Plans To Mix In-Person And Remote Learning In AugustIn a newsletter to parents Thursday, Denver Public Schools Superintendent Susana Cordova said the district plans to start next school year on time in August.
DPS Summer Camps Canceled, Other Programs To Be Held RemotelyDenver Public Schools announced all summer programming will be remote.
92,000 DPS Students Transition To Remote Learning TuesdaySpring break is over for students at Denver Public Schools.
Denver Public Schools Announces More Grab & Go Sites Plus Meal DeliveryDenver Public Schools added 12 more grab-and-go sites for families and students who need food during the coronavirus pandemic.