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Posts Tagged: Education

March 20, 2018

Turn A Page is Stapleton’s Independent Bookstore You Didn’t Know We Had

Turn A Page Book Shop may be a relatively new neighborhood bookstore, but when you walk into the welcoming space it feels like it has always been there. Owned and operated by Heather and Stephen Friend, the store is located at the corner of Montview Boulevard and Dallas Street, three blocks south of the Stanley […]

January 12, 2018

DPS Traditional, Innovation, and Charter Public Schools

During our Preparing for Denver Kindergarten classes, we spend quite a bit of time discussing the differences between traditional, innovation, and charter public schools. Check out some high level information on these three types of Denver Public Schools: Traditional Public Schools (78/119 Elementary Schools) Answer to the DPS Board of Education Fixed: Teacher Recruitment Strategy, […]

November 25, 2017

Stapleton Preschool & Kindergarten Search Best Practices

When I started my public and private Preschool and Kindergarten search for my oldest son in 2013, to say I was overwhelmed was an understatement.  I did hours and hours of research, created a spreadsheet to track my options, and made a ridiculous number of phone calls.  But, I still felt like I was missing […]

September 18, 2017

DIY Fidget Spinners and Cheese Boards: Kids and Adults Can Expand their Mind at New Maker Space 

MindCraft Makerspace, a new business at Stanley Marketplace, is inspiring the next generation of makers and doers with a space chock-full of awesomeness. Within the 2,300 square foot space on the second floor of Stanley, you’ll find a “digital fabrication lab,” a workshop, classrooms and even retail spaced filled with DIY toys and hobby materials. […]

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