I challenge you, the students in Denver, CO, to create a way of inspiring your classmates, and students around the country, to learn about the Bill of Rights, its history, and the way that it relates to your lives. Inspire them to apply their knowledge of it to be active citizens by choosing a current debate involving the Bill Of Rights and making an argument about what liberty means to you today. Be creative in helping students learn about where the rights listed in the Bill of Rights came from and how they evolved over time.
I challenge you, the students in Denver, CO, to create awareness and empower your community to take action and address high school dropout rates. Engage your peers, share your experiences, introduce new methods of thought about the importance of education, and learn how to take action on the importance of it for all!
I challenge you, the students of Denver, CO, to use art to create new social connections in your community. Design a creative project that invites community members to engage with each other in a new way.
I challenge you, the students of Denver,CO, to leverage the underutilize resources of your community (e.g. schools on the weekends) to create a place where you and your peers could come together in the interest of creating healthier food environment for your school community.
I challenge you, the students of Denver, CO, to design a campaign to remind people that we are living on an ocean planet and that if we protect the sea, the sea will protect us. No matter where you live on earth, the oceans impact your everyday lives and no matter where you live, you impact the ocean.
The mission of the Denver Public Schools is to provide all students the opportunity to achieve the knowledge and skills necessary to become contributing citizens in our diverse society.
Abraham Lincoln High School
Bruce Randolph School
Fred N. Thomas Career Education Center (CEC) Early College of Denver
Contemporary Learning Academy
Denver Center for 21st Century Learning
Denver Center for International Studies
East High School
George Washington High School
High Tech Early College
John F. Kennedy High School
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College
Montbello High School
North High School
South High School
STRIVE Prep – Excel
Thomas Jefferson High School
West High School