District staff in grades K-5 recently participated in a professional growth opportunity with Dr. Tina Boogren, from Marzano Research Laboratory.  Training featured, Becoming a Reflective Teacher from the Classroom Strategies Series!
Senator John Barrasso spoke to Mrs. Juth's 8th grade class about foreign policy and his work as a senator on Friday, May 16th.
Eat. Read. Grow./Book and a Bite Informational Meeting Presented by First Lady Carol Mead
Rural School students, staff, and families recently participate in Family Fitness Night at Douglas Recreation Center organized by Rural School Student Committee Members!
  Congratulations to the Bearcat FBLA members who recently attend the state conference and received the following awards.       Bearcat FBLA - Outstanding Chapter Nicholas Hiser - Elected Wyoming FBLA State Vice...
DPS had the honor of Mayor Bruce Jones stopping in to be a guest reader last week during Read Across America.  The students loved it and will no doubt be learning some interesting facts about what exactly a "mayor" is and does. Thank you, Mayor...
Ally did an awesome job reading "Cookie's Week" to Mrs. Brandemuehl's 1st grade class during Read Across America Week.  She even told them to be good to their families/brothers and asked them what they liked to eat.  She called on each one...
Congratulations to Loren Golkowski who was recently selected a 2014 Horatio Alger National Scholar and will receive an accompanying scholarship.
DHS students competed in the Wyoming Science Bowl February 8, 2014. Scores were unavailable.
Aaron Stable, Behavior Consultant, recently provided School-Wide Positive Behavioral Supports training to DMS and DHS staff teams during February 17th Professional Development Day.   
DPS is going for the gold in the Olympic Fitness Challenge.  We want to give a huge shout out to everyone logging those exercise minutes.  YOU ARE AWESOME...keep up the hard work!  A special congratulations to our first drawing...
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October 22, 2013

Dear Parent/Guardian:
We are excited to let you know about an upcoming opportunity for your child! As a result of the federal No Child Left Behind Act, your child can receive free academic tutoring to help him or her improve in school. The free tutoring program, which has been approved by the State Department of Education, will provide your child with tutoring that is coordinated with skills/concepts currently being taught in school and may assist in improving your child’s academic skills. Research from the federal government, has shown that students who participated in this free tutoring program made significant gains in student achievement, and those students who participated in multiple years, made even greater gains.

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