DSST BLOG

07/02/19

Books & Resources for Parents

At DSST, we know our families and parents are vital partners in student success. We also know that kids, no matter their age, do not come with instruction manuals and that there are often many questions parents and caregivers have around their adolescent students. We asked DSST teachers, staff, and parents for their favorite resources to help answer some of the frequently asked questions about raising adolescents; check out this collection of their book recommendations and additional resources for families of middle and high school aged kids:

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Topics: supportive school, safe school, joy at school, Integrated schools, great schools in denver, dsst, young adult, denver school of science and technology, 6th grade psychology, middle schooler, denver high school, High School

06/20/19

Celebrating 15 Years: DSST's Year in Review

This May, DSST Public Schools completed our 15th school year. Our first school, DSST: Montview High School (formerly DSST: Stapleton) opened in the Stapleton neighborhood of Denver in the fall of 2004. In the 15 years since, we have opened 14 schools on 8 campuses and will expand into Aurora, Colorado this fall with the opening of Aurora Science & Tech Middle School.

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Topics: denver school, denver charter school, dsst public schools, denver, dsst, denver school of science and technology, middle schooler, staff, Seniors, High School

02/12/18

DSST: Conservatory Green Middle School's MIS Center

At first glance, it might look like a standard classroom—student desks in the center, a device charging by the teacher’s desk, a bean bag area, colorful teaching aids hanging from the wall.

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Topics: denver school, small schools, dsst public schools, Integrated schools, denver school of science and technology, 6th grade, 6th grade psychology, middle schooler, center program, special education

12/21/17

What's happening to my 6th grader?

What’s Happening to my Sixth Grader?

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Topics: dsst public schools, SupportDSST, 6th grade, 6th grade psychology, middle schooler

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