As we prepare for Thanksgiving, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on this year so far and say thank you to the entire DSST community. This year has not been without challenges, and your support has shown your deep commitment to our students and education.
November is often looked at as the season that leads us into the holiday season, however, it is much more than that. In 1990 a decision was made and proper recognition was given to those who have called this North American soil home for much longer than any other group of people. What is now...
Bald caps, dances, turkey and more! Take a look at some of the fall highlights from DSST: Montview Middle School
DSST: Montview Middle School has had a fun first Trimester. The students, staff and community have enjoyed a plethora of events. Here is a look at some of the highlights.
DSST is celebrating our six amazing School Psychologists this week for National School Psychologist Week.
DSST has brought in three Literacy Interventionists to help address the decline in reading assessment proficiency that educators are seeing at DSST and across Colorado.Samantha Hakes is the literacy interventionist at our Aurora Science & Tech (AST) Middle School, where she works with students...
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. There are local and statewide issues on the ballot that could impact you. That is why it is important you take some time to learn about why this election is critical, how to register to vote and more by visiting dsstvotes.org.
DSST alumna: 'DSST gave me the quality education that I don't think would have been accessible to me'
“It’s hard to imagine where I would be without DSST,” Aileen Ocampo, DSST: Green Valley Ranch 2016 graduate, said looking back at her time at DSST.
Over the summer, DSST kicked off planning for what we want DSST to look and feel like in five years. Since then, DSST has hosted focus groups, conducted interviews, sent out surveys, researched, and engaged nearly 1,600 DSST community members -- students, alumni, families and staff members -- in...
Over the past couple weeks, each of our schools has held a Back to School Night, which is an opportunity for parents/guardians to meet their student(s)' teachers, get connected to their schools' communications, meet partners and just have some fun.
As we start the 2022-23 school year, we are thrilled to share some highlights about the hard work done across our network over the past year and outline our plans to address areas of needed growth.