Thank You, Denver Voters!

Our #1 Goal: Great Schools in Every Neighborhood

Denver voters have approved bond and mill funding measures for students in Denver Public Schools, agreeing to invest $572 million in bond funding to build and improve schools and $56.6 million in operating dollars to support proven initiatives, such as early literacy. Click on the images below to learn more about the measures.

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Impact of 2016 Bond Measure
by School

Click around the map at right to see the expected school-by-school impact of the bond measure approved by voters.

 

Click here to see a similar view of the school-by-school impacts of the 2012 bond and mill investments

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School Funding 101

Learn the answers to some key questions about funding for Denver Public Schools with these animated videos. See Spanish-language versions here.

Bond & Mill Levy News

In the past three years, Denver students have shown the most academic growth among Colorado's 10 largest school districts. Below are just a few examples of ways the 2012 bond and mill levy is supporting our schools' successes. Also, learn more about the 2016 bond and mill proposals.

Denver Voters Approve 2016 Bond, Mill Measures

Denver voters on Tuesday approved bond and mill funding measures for students in Denver Public Schools, agreeing to invest $572 million in bond funding to build and improve schools and $56.6 million in operating dollars to support proven initiatives, such as early literacy.

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What Could a Bond and Mill Levy Fund? Teacher Diversity & Cool Schools

As you may know, a group of 75 community members from across Denver is helping DPS prioritize investments that could be included in a bond and mill levy request this fall, and would help us meet our goal of building great schools in every neighborhood. We want to share with you some additional details about the priorities the Community Planning and Advisory Committee (CPAC) is considering, before they make recommendations to the Board of Education in June.

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