Category Archives: News

SEAC Parent Focus Group

Dear DPS Parents, The DPS Special Education Advisory Council, will be facilitating five focus groups of parents/guardians of students with special needs. Your voice matters, and we would like to hear from you! During the months of May we will be facilitating five focus groups covering the five regions of DPS- NE, FNE, NW, SW […]


Denver Shots for Tots and Teens.

Low or no cost immunizations Patients, newborn through 18 years of age, who are eligible for Vaccines For Children program (on Medicaid, have no insurance or insurance not covering vaccines, American Indian/Alaskan Native). Patients with CHP+ or private insurance are accepted (with insurance card) *unable to see patients with Kaiser and Human click HERE for more […]


Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum

Denver’s No. 1 priority is the safety, health and wellbeing of everyone who lives here. In light of President Trump’s recent Executive Actions, we want to share information about your rights and protections. Please join us to share your concerns and have your questions answered. Translation services will be available. Por favor venga a compartir […]


Cheer Mini-Camp

Welcome all boys and girls K-6th grade!! The Thomas Jefferson High School Varsity Cheer team will be holding a mini camp Monday Feb 13th and Tuesday Feb 14th from 5:00pm-7:00pm @ Thomas Jefferson High School Learn and practice basic cheer skills, basic stunting, cheers, and a routine! (All based on age) Camp will be held […]


DPS Menus Now Available in 10 Languages

Every day, Denver Public Schools (DPS) Food and Nutrition Services serves nearly 90,000 school meals to students and educators, with the goal of providing healthy, tasty and nutritious meals for breakfast and lunch. Menus are now available online in 10 languages — Amharic, Arabic, Burmese, English, French, Nepali, Russian, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese — on foodservices.dpsk12.org. Breakfast […]


Kindergartners march and sing in honor of MLK Jr.’s visit to Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church

‘You are the one’s who are going to be carrying on his legacy’ “You guys are our future. You are the one’s who are going to be carrying on (King’s) legacy.” ~ Park Hill Elementary teacher Erika Neale. #teacherTuesdays #DPSfeatures: Holding handmade signs promoting peace and honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of equality, […]


Link to new PSF Song- “One Day”

Practice our new Personal Success Factor Song at home with your family with this link! Kindness counts!


Thomas Jefferson ArtFest 2016

ARTFEST 2016 Saturday, December 10, 2016 Thomas Jefferson High School 3950 S. Holly Street, Denver 9:00am-4:00pm Support Denver’s vibrant local artists and artisans and Southeast Denver’s neighborhood high school! The 28th Annual TJ ArtFest is back with better-than-ever: Holiday shopping in a beautiful, relaxed setting Spectacular local artists and artisans A super-fun, engaging Kid Zone […]


District 4 Community Visioning Meeting

WHAT: Visioning Working Groups (VWGs) Meeting WHY: Meet others in your working group and brainstorm ideas for SE Denver planning WHERE: Ross-U Hills Library, 4310 E Amherst Ave, 80222 WHEN: Thursday, November 17, 6-7 PM WHO: Hopefully you!!    Working groups include: Restaurants & Retail; Parks, Trails, & Golf; Arts & Culture; Mobility & Streetscaping; […]


CSC Meeting November 14th at 4:30pm

Come join the November CSC meeting on November 14th at 4:30 pm in the Media Center. We will have the opportunity to go over the newest School Performance Frameworks results.