Students at Denby and Pershing high schools will gain access to hands-on STEM learning, advanced manufacturing career pathways
The Parent Academy offers FREE classes, training and workshops across Detroit!
Detroit Public Schools Community District invites prospective parents to tour several schools this fall. We will offer a series of five lunchtime tours in four neighborhoods across the city. Tour schools in Midtown, Greater Downtown, Northwest Detroit and Southwest Detroit. Learn about the exceptional programming and enriching activities available to DPSCD students. Explore schools that offer a range of programs, including Montessori, art, music, dance, sports and much more. Lunch and free parking will be provided. Tours will leave from their designated locations at 11:30 a.m. and return by 1:30 p.m. Please arrive by 11:15 a.m. Register today to reserve your seat! Tours Friday, November 9 Bates Academy, 19701 Wyoming (Gifted program) Bagley Elementary School of Journalism & Technology, 8100
Fact Sheet CS integration into Science Curriculum DPSCD will purchase WeDo robots for 3rd-grade classrooms to use in our current science curriculum (see link https://elearning.legoeducation.com/wedo-2-0) Project-based exploratory learning will be embedded into our 3rd-5th-grade science curriculum that includes programming robots Next year, funding will be used to buy robots for all 4 and 5th-grade classrooms. 100% of High School offering Computer Science Courses by 2019 Regional partner Code.org helped DPSCD train 10 new Computer Science Principles (CSP) teachers this past summer DPSCD has created, and supports, a PLC group for new CSP teachers TEALS is providing volunteers and co-teachers Increase Robotics Clubs Robotics programs exist in most DPSCD schools DCPS, Quicken Loans, First Robotics, and Robot Garage are offering funding assistance
DPSCD Announces Hydration Stations: Long-term Drinking Water Solution for All Schools with Philanthropic Support
District to begin implementation immediately with completion by summer 2019 DETROIT – (Oct. 9, 2018) The Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) announced today its long-term solution to provide clean drinking water for the more than 50,000 students and staff throughout the District with the installation of water hydration systems. In addition, the District announced support from approximately a dozen philanthropic partners who have committed $2.4 million to support the purchase and installation of the hydration systems to be placed in every school building by summer of 2019. DPSCD will be one of the nation’s largest public school districts with hydration stations in all school buildings. The hydration stations offer filtration technology designed to cool water and remove lead,
Greenfield Union students will be dismissed today, Sept. 25, at 11:30 a.m. due to a power outage.
New cradle-to-career educational partnership to serve more than 1,000 Detroit children on Marygrove campus
$50 million Kresge Foundation neighborhood development commitment centered on education brings University of Michigan, Detroit Public Schools Community District, Starfish Family Services, Marygrove College and other partners together in northwest Detroit