School social workers are culture leaders in our community. They play an integral role in ensuring that students receive mental health counseling services, leading crisis interventions and supporting our students in vital social-emotional development.
DSST is celebrating our six amazing School Psychologists this week for National School Psychologist Week.
While delayed a day thanks to the early wintry weather, Center Programs across the DSST network reopened on October 27 with great excitement! Here are just a few snapshots of Center Program joy throughout the network!
We are thrilled to kick off the 20-21 school year with E-School. We are choosing to view this challenging moment as an opportunity. It’s an opportunity to live our values, to use technology in new ways and to foster innovation and creativity. Our commitment to our students remains unwavering, even...
By Edrik Vachier, DSST: Cole Class of 2020
The principles of equity and access are core to our approach to E-School and, as always, our Special Education teachers are key players in ensuring we fulfill this commitment to all of our students.
By Keala Gapin, DSST: Byers Class of 2020
In Denver, any student who wants to attend a school other than their neighborhood school can take part in School Choice; and round 1 of the School Choice window opens on January 14! Denver families will have from January 14 until February 15 to submit their School Choice form on the DPS School...
At DSST, we believe that students thrive best in small-school environments so that each and every student is known and supported. Beyond simply having a small-school model, DSST has a few programs in place to make sure that students “don’t slip through the cracks.” One of those programs is Advisory.
Denver Public Schools recently released the 2019 School Performance Framework results, an annual evaluation of school performance.