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Board of Education Update – November 12, 2018 Work Session

Applicants for the Greater Park Hill Stapleton Middle School Present; Staff Shares Recommendations on Quality Review At the November 12, 2018 Work Session, the Denver Board of Education heard presentations on the 2018 Supplemental Call for New Quality Schools (known as the Call), the process through which DPS will select a new middle school for the Greater Park

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Board of Education Update – October 25, 2018 Special Board Meeting

Superintendent Search Community Engagement Report: What the Community Wants in Our Next Superintendent  In its search for a new district superintendent, the Denver Board of Education conducted an intensive community visioning and engagement process, summarized in a report released online today and discussed by the board in a special public meeting on October 25, 2018.

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Board of Education Update – October 18, 2018 Regular Board Meeting

Superintendent Boasberg Honored at His Final Board Meeting  At its meeting tonight, the Board of Education honored Superintendent Tom Boasberg, whose last day with the district is tomorrow after 10 years of service. The board read a proclamation honoring Boasberg and showed a celebratory video about the progress made during his tenure. Former board members,

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Board of Education Update – October 15, 2018 Work Session

Great Schools in Every Neighborhood  At the October 15, 2018 work session, the Board of Education heard about several key components to reaching our Denver Plan goal of Great Schools in Every Neighborhood. Students and families thrive when they have high-quality schools. DPS is committed to dramatically increasing the quality of schools available in every neighborhood to ensure

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Board of Education Update – October 4, 2018 Focus on Achievement

Student Equity & Opportunity: Eliminating Barriers, Accelerating Academic Growth At the October 4, 2018 Focus on Achievement meeting, the Board of Education heard an update on how changes to the Student Equity & Opportunity (SE&O) division are playing out in DPS schools thus far this school year. Associate Chief of SE&O Eldridge Greer started the meeting asking

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Dear Team DPS, I am pleased to announce the selection of veteran educator Ron Cabrera as interim superintendent of Denver Public Schools. Dr. Cabrera, who began his teaching career at Denver North High School in 1979, will spend the next several weeks with Superintendent Tom Boasberg before formally taking over as interim superintendent after Boasberg’s

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Board of Education Update – September 20, 2018 Board Meeting

Board Endorses Amendment 73, Prioritizes Teacher Pay At the September 21, 2018 meeting the Board of Education endorsed the Great Schools, Thriving Communities ballot initiative — also known as Amendment 73 — that is up for a statewide vote in November. The board adopted a resolution endorsing the recommendations made by a community committee on what the district’s

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Board of Education Update – September 17, 2018 Work Session

Board Discusses Amendment 73 Recommendations for Funding Include $36 Million Annually for Teacher Pay The Board of Education heard recommendations from a community advisory board about the Great Schools, Thriving Communities ballot initiative — also known as Amendment 73 — that is up for a statewide vote in November at the September 17, 2018 work session.

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Board of Education Update – September 6, 2018 Focus on Achievement

Schedule Extended in Search for New Superintendent At the September 6, 2018 the Board of Education announced it will extend the timeline in the district’s search for a new superintendent, including the deadline to receive applications and the schedule of public meetings to gather input from the community. Timeline Extended The board announced that it

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Board of Education Update – August 23, 2018 Board of Education Meeting

First Public Meetings Scheduled in Search for New Superintendent At the August 23, 2018 meeting the Board of Education announced the next steps in its search for a new superintendent, including the first public meetings to gather input from the community. “We are committed to finding the best, most qualified candidate to lead the district,”

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