At College View, learning and leading are the outcomes that drive the school’s systems and structures. Students develop into independent thinkers, collaborative problem-solvers, and better world citizens who contribute to the larger community. They learn empathy, compassion, and perseverance through putting forth effort, taking risks, and working together. Reading, writing, math, and oral communication skills are the cognitive skills that enable our students to think, learn, and lead.
Learning for Families Welcome to the FACE University! The Family and Community Engagement department offers resources where DPS community and families are able to access parent and family tips, tools, webinars, and trainings to support, advocate, and engage your students from…Continue Reading
No medications can be given to students without a completed Student Medication/Treatment Request Release Agreement form. This includes, but is not limited to, medications such as Tylenol® (acetaminophen) and Advil® (ibuprofen). For more information and medication forms, visit the DPS Student…Continue Reading