Thank You, Denver Voters!

Our #1 Goal: Great Schools in Every Neighborhood

In 2016, voters approved bond and mill funding measures for students in Denver Public Schools, agreeing to invest $572 million in bond funding to build and improve school buildings, and $56.6 million in operating dollars to support proven initiatives such as early literacy and social-emotional supports. We went straight to work with the funds approved by Denver residents and have made great progress with building improvements and with added supports for students and teachers.

Four years later, the DPS the Board of Education is considering asking voters to approve a 2020 bond and mill levy, which would provide even more support to Denver schools, students, and teachers.

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You Asked, We Answered:
Impact of 2016 Bond Measure
by School

Click around the map at right to see the 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

Map Locations

Regions: Near Northeast | Far Northeast | Southeast | Southwest | Northwest
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The Bond and Mill Levy In Action

Take a look at some of our completed projects and programs, thanks to the 2016 bond and mill levy!

School Funding 101

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