April 6, 2017  |  Weekly Newsletter of the Douglas County School District
The results are in! Join us for a presentation of the District-wide Community Survey
Tuesday, April 18, Wilcox Admin Building
620 Wilcox Street in Castle Rock

Thursday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Sierra Middle School
6651 East Pine Lane Avenue in Parker

Saturday, April 22 at 10:30 a.m.

Cresthill Middle School
9195 Cresthill Lane in Highlands Ranch


Feature Stories
Art Show a visual treat

A delight for the eyes, the annual event demonstrates the very large size of art programs in DCSD and how beneficial they are to so many students.

Inventing the future

Students from Mesa Middle School, Cherokee Trail Elementary, and Heritage Elementary dream big to create solutions for real world problems.

DCSD Bus Mechanic uses 3D printer for parts, saves thousands of dollars 

A bus mechanic with the Douglas County School District found a way to save serious time and money by making a troublesome part on a 3D printer.

DCSEAC: a special group of parents making strides in education

The Douglas County Special Education Advisory Committee provides resources, develops educational programs and hosts  groups supporting families with children with Significant Support Needs and Severe Emotional Disabilities (SED) programming. 

Titans attempt to break world record

If you have ever dreamed of being listed in the Guinness Book of World Records, this Saturday is your opportunity. 

Mental Health and Wellness in DCSD
A proactive approach to reducing student conflict and bullying
Without a positive community established, in which students are invested, kids and teens will not make the connection between their behaviors and how it disrupts the classroom and school culture.


Upcoming Events
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Photo of the Week
We were impressed by the tenacity and dedication of the construction workers this week, who kept on working through bitterly cold snow and wind at the site of Renaissance Secondary, a new DCSD charter school slated to open this fall.