Cross Country Starts Off With A Bang!

Friday, September 12th marked the first competition for our first ever Cross Country Team! We brought 16 runners to the Slavens XC Invitational at Harvard Gulch Park and it was a Dragon-splosion! Seventh graders: Alexi Cavazos, Ethan Kelton, Frankie Rex, Henry Jacobson, Holden Bradford, Imani DePass-Baruti, Kiersten Downing, and Reign Patton joined Sixth graders: Aiden Bane, Bethany Lutz, Hailee Martinez-Harris, Hope Bristow, Jett Moore, Jewell Hopson, Stella Overby, and William Lewis for an intense meet. Over 50 schools with 1,200 runners attended! With only a week of solid practices under our belts, we toed the start line with courage and maybe a few butterflies. Our team powered up and down hills, through a deep creek (twice!) and survived an incredible 2-mile race! Join me in congratulating our awesome runners!


Check out our awesome times here! If the link doesn't work, you can also go to


We only have the pictures Coach Logan could take while scrambling around the meet but more are on the way from parents who joined us today. Check them out at this Picasa Web Album and if you attended the meet and have pictures, please add them!

DGS is hiring!

If you or someone you know may be a great fit for one of the positions below please go to and search for Denver Green School to view each job in detail.

2-General Assignments Paraprofessionals that will assist teachers in the classroom with various projects and duties. Classroom experience preferred. 

1-SPED Paraprofessional position that will assist the teacher in the Autism classroom. Classroom experience preferred

DGS Enrichment starts Friday Aug 29th

Please contact Stephanie Shelby to register or if you have any questions or concerns.  

Registrations are still being accepted contact: 720-447-5987 or

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At DGS we work hard to achieve and excel in academics, but we also believe in bringing the "real world" into our classrooms. As part of the Field Studies program, teachers connect classroom learning to the real-world through "hands-on, brains-on" lessons. Click here to read all about it!

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