In-person learning students are projected to return 2nd semester unless otherwise notified

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Letter to Students Returning In-Person

Dear Parents and Guardians, We want to provide you with additional information regarding what this process will look like in upcoming weeks. Health and Safety Guardrails If you have not had a chance to watch the video we released two…Continue Reading

Check Out Our New Website!

We’re pleased to have a new website to more easily share news and information about our school and students. As with all things new, we know there may be an adjustment period and we appreciate your feedback. Please let us…Continue Reading

Watch Now: DPS 5 Plan – Quarter 2 Return

Planning to return in-person for quarter 2? Check out the video below to learn about the new safety guidelines that will be implemented. Questions? Add them here: tinyurl.com/DMLKQ2b

Returning to School Family Guide Now Available

As we work to best support our students, families and educators during our remote return to school, we have created a K-12 family guide. The guide was created to support our families and answer many of their questions around what…Continue Reading

Return to School Letter from Principal

Welcome to the 2020-21 school year at DMLK! Please read this letter with some information addressing many of the questions you may have about the school year. We will continue to update information via social media, auto-dialers and email. Let’s have a great…Continue Reading

Middle School Summer Reading Camp

Virtual Reading Summer Camp for Grades 6-8 from June 22 to June 25, 10 a.m. to noon. Fun reading projects See your friends Make new friends Contests and prizes Free for DMLK students. To register, sign up online.

Virtual Summer Camp 2020

Join us virtually for Art, Movement, College and Career Exploration, Sustainable Practices, Music, and more! Specific programming for Elementary, Middle, and High School. Session 1: June 8 to June 26 Session 2: July 6 to July 24 Programming is free!…Continue Reading

NHS coming this fall to DMLK!

National Honors Society is an organization dedicated to recognizing and encouraging academic achievement while also developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy: service, leadership, and character. Membership in NHS is both an honor and a commitment. We are…Continue Reading

She’s All That Virtual Summer Girl’s Program

Literacy book club, poetry slam, principles of money, health and wellness lessons, and more! June 18 to 22, & June 25 to 29, 20209 to 11 a.m. This program is free to DMLK students. Attendees receive a t-shirt.

Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Ceremony

Please join us for the Class of 2020 Graduation ceremony on Tuesday, May 26. From 6:30 to 7 p.m. the link goes LIVE with tributes. The commencement ceremony begins at 7 p.m. CLICK HERE for the linkPassword: MLKGrad You can view…Continue Reading

Attention Incoming 9th Graders, Class of 2024

DMLK will have our annual 9th Grade Academy from July 27 to July 31, 2020 via Google Classroom. The Class Code for joining is: rudbskd Students are able to earn credits towards graduation for the graduating class of 2024! Please enroll…Continue Reading

Early Bird verification window is May 1-31

Simplify your registration process for the 2020-2021 school year. Verify your information through Parent Portal now! If you need assistance with Parent Portal, please contact Miriam Arneros at 720-466-5321.

Locker Clean Out this Week

We have been authorized to allow students, or parents/guardians to come to the school (South-side main entrance) beginning Monday, May 11, to collect students’ belongings from lockers.

Message to DMLK Students from Officer Cruz

Video message coming soon!

Letter to Seniors Class of 2020

Dear Panther Senior Students and Families, While this school year veered from the way we planned, our love for our seniors has not waivered. We can only imagine the emotions and feelings that our students are going through this year…Continue Reading

Remote Learning Grading Policy

Dear DMLK Middle School Parents and Students, We hope that you and your family are doing well during this challenging time. As Superintendent Cordova shared last week, DPS has provided updated guidance on how grading will work for students in…Continue Reading