DPS Superintendent Susana Cordova Discusses Details As Students Prepare To Begin ClassDenver Public Schools Superintendent Susana Cordova hosted an online news conference on Wednesday.
Coronavirus Testing Partnership Aims To Ease Worries For Some Denver TeachersDenver Public Schools announced it will join other area school districts in partnering with Garry Community Investments’ COVIDCheck Colorado.
Denver Teachers Protest In-Person Learning Plan With Downtown Car ParadeDozens of teachers protested school reopening plans at a car parade Monday afternoon.
Denver Public Schools Joins Lawsuit Over CARES Act Money To Private SchoolsDenver Public Schools has joined a lawsuit filed against the U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the Department of Education.
Denver Public Schools Shares Remote Learning Plan With ParentsDenver Public Schools released its remote learning plan to help guide parents for the upcoming school year during the coronavirus pandemic.
DPS Pushes Back Start Date, Students Will Learn Remotely For First 2 WeeksDPS will begin the 2020-21 school year with remote learning, with a delayed first day of remote school on Aug. 24
Return To School: How DPS Will Look When Students Come BackStudents are set to return to Denver Public Schools classrooms on August 17th, but there will be certain elements that will look vastly different from years past. DPS released their draft plan this week to outline a return to the classroom.
DPS Considers Delaying Start Of School 1 WeekDistrict officials say the delay will give teachers more time "to prepare for a highly unusual school year" and reduce the number of hot August days spent in the classroom.
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.