PERHAPS THE MOST PASSIONATE OF ALL DPS ADVOCATES, ARE THOSE WHO HAVE GRADUATED FROM OUR SCHOOLS.
At the DPS Foundation, we recognize the passion and power of our alumni and we work to engage them in meaningful ways to contribute to the success of current DPS students.
If you are a DPS graduate, this is an exciting way for you to leave a legacy of support that will last for all the generations to come.
We’re in the process of planning a DPS alumni engagement strategy which will provide opportunities to reconnect with your classmates – from your own school and from across the entire district – and will offer you the chance to learn more about what’s happening in DPS today.
Check back soon for more information and news about alumni engagement. In the meantime, please take a moment to raise your hand proudly as a DPS alumnus/alumna by filling out this short subscription form. Please be sure to indicate your status as an alumni, and DPS the school(s) you attended in the indicated fields.
If you are interested in learning more or being involved in the planning and visioning process for DPS alumni engagement, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our team at (720) 423-3553 today.
The Denver Public Schools Foundation is the beneficiary of many fundraising events and special offers throughout the year with community partners. Proceeds from these events help fund our important work for teachers and students.
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Power Lunch Literacy
This collaboration between our foundation, Mile High United Way, the Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE), and DPS allows businesses to adopt a DPS second or third grade classroom and read to students once a week.
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