School’s district office is making a move
Parents received a letter from Denver Community Schools’ Superintendent Brad Laures recently about an upcoming move of the school’s district office from the high school building to a downtown location. Following is the letter:

Dear Parents,

As you may have noticed, our student numbers have been growing. Along with this growth, our staff has been increasing as well. We are in the process of hiring an MTSS Teacher to work with elementary students. This teacher will help with students needing extra interventions, as well as help support some of our grades with larger class sizes.

Because of limited space, the district office will be moving off site. We will be moving to 241 South State Street. This is the building and the entrance directly north of Kwik Star. This move will be complete on January 20.

If you have used the district office as an entry, you will need to enter through the doors of the elementary, middle, or high school offices. The district office will be a classroom, and the "ring in door unlock" will be deactivated. We will be sharing more information when the move date is closer.

Thanks for your patience,

(Superintendent) Brad (Laures)

Residents of the Denver Community School District will vote on Phase II of a plan to address the district’s facility and capacity challenges in a special election on March 3, 2020.
The ballot question will ask voters to approve an $18 million project, with $7.75 million in General Obligation bonds, for a new middle school/high school addition to the existing Cyclone Center. Approving the project would not increase property taxes.
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