Over 85 Chapter Officers attended the Back to School Chapter Meeting and Vendor Fair on August 29 at the scenic Cherokee Ranch and Castle in Sedalia. Click on the links below for what was discussed at this fun and informational evening.
*Important to Chapter Officers - if you haven't yet completed your
17-18 Chapter Contact Form electronically, please click
WAY TO GO ELDORADO! The return to school brought back a fun tradition EPTO started two years ago.
On the first Thursday of every month their community provides a themed potluck lunch for the entire staff. The first one of the new year was International Foods. We can imagine how much their staff appreciates this tradition!
Let's Play! Community Night with the Rapids
Come out to beautiful Dick's Sporting Goods Park on Saturday, October 7 at 4:00 p.m. when the
Colorado Rapids host FC Dallas. Discounted tickets are only $24 (reg. $32) AND a portion of each ticket goes back to Douglas County Schools! Click
here for tickets.
*Students 8th grade and under will be given the opportunity to participate in the Halftime High 5 Squad and receive a FREE Rapids T-Shirt!*
Through partnerships with Denver's premier sports teams and attractions, the Foundation engages Douglas County residents in exciting community-building activities throughout the year. Last year, over6,000
tickets were sold raising nearly$40,000
for DCSD schools!
For more upcoming event opportunities and to order tickets, visit our
Volunteers, exhibitors and sponsors needed to help motivate and inspire 8th grade students to dream big
Help spark interest in the next generation of Douglas County employees and business owners at the 2017 8th Grade Career Expo. Over 5,000 8th graders will attend this unique career fair on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at the DC Events Center.
Foundation partner, Skate City Littleton, offers many opportunities for your child to get active and to enjoy learning how to skate or play the fast paced game of inline hockey! All ages and skill levels are open to join, as beginners are encouraged. Skate City also donates a portion of every registration back to Douglas County Schools!Click on the image to the left to see how they are impacting Colorado schools.
This production kicks off the new Theatre for Young Audiences program, which focuses on performances especially tailored for youth audiences. Bring your little ones to their first theatre experience and relive the moments of your childhood through their eyes.
Saturday, Nov. 11 Community Night with the Nuggets!
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The Foundation for Douglas County Schools (FDCS) is an independent charitable organization
working in partnership with the private sector and Douglas County School District
for the purpose of enriching the student experience and promoting innovation.