Posted June 1, 2023
We made it through an amazing school year! This year was really the year to bring back community connections! We had roller skating events, dances, dish a story and student led conferences ( just to name a few). In addition, we focused on inclusion, PBL and acceleration/learner agency. We made gains in all areas and are really proud to continue leading Asbury in these focus areas. This week we have had curiosity projects, picnics and continuation.
PBL has really been at the center of many of the celebrations. To highlight PBL, I want to share this amazing PBL video!
We hope you have a wonderful summer and take time to enjoy the weather and all things that summertime brings! We look forward to seeing everyone back for the 23/24 school year.
Also, it has brought tears to my eyes to see the outpouring of support from you all in regards to my upcoming surgery. My freezer is full and my heart is happy. I will keep everyone posted on how it goes.
Dear Team DPS,
Thank you for your feedback and engagement on Version 1.0 of the Long-Term Operational Safety Plan. We reviewed all the feedback received and made a number of changes that are outlined in the Executive Summary.
We are excited to share Version 2.0 with you today. You can share your feedback on this version through this ThoughtExchange survey and an upcoming telephone town hall. The dates and times of town halls are still being finalized and will be posted on the Safety Plan webpage.
As a reminder, this is in response to the Board Memo from March 23, 2023. The current plan is to share the final safety plan publicly by June 30.
Dr. Alex Marrero
Thank you for all your support this year! We were able to raise roughly $182,000! We couldn’t have done it without your support! Have a lovely summer & we’ll see you in the fall!
2023-2024 PTSO Board:
Huge thank you to our new PTSO Board members & another HUGE thank you to those current PTSO members staying on board in different roles.
Your PTSO Board for the 2023-2024 School Year:
Girls Week Pass Camp Summer Information (10 Slots left!) – WHY THIS MATTERS
Girls play sports less than boys do, so they miss out on the immense benefits kids get from playing sports — even though girls may need them most.
Here is information about an outdoor camp in Englewood!
If you are interested in Discovery link, please visit https://equity.dpsk12.org/extended-learning/discovery-link/school-year-program/
June 2- Last Day of School (half day) – dismiss at 11:00