Resource Center

*Please note: This list is not exhaustive and is not an endorsement of any particular program or activity.  Please review all links for updates.  Details can change.  The list was last updated on 1/17/24. 

Links to School Resources

Hamilton Community Coffee Chats

Future Coffee Dates

  • October 19th- 9:15 am -10:15 am
  • November 30th- 9:15 am -10:15 am
  • December 13th- 9:15 am -10:15 am
  • January 11th- 9:15 am -10:15 am
  • February 8th -9:15 am -10:15 am
  • March 14th- 9:15 am -10:15 am
  • April 5th- 9:15 am -10:15 am
  • May 9th- 9:15 am -10:15 am

Links to Community Resources

  • Medicaid Transportation for Students to Dental and Medical Appointments
  • Oral Health Programming for DPS Students – Where DPS students and their siblings, up to age 20, can access free or reduced-cost dental care
  • Oral Health Programming Administrator, Teresa Ramirez, Registered Dental Hygienist: Teresa_Ramirez@dpsk12.net, 720-423-3322, Emily Griffith Campus

Denver Health’s School-based Health Centers (SBHC) form a large network of health centers located inside Denver Public School (DPS) campuses that serve any DPS student as well as children enrolled in DPS-affiliated Early Childhood Education programs at no charge to families. Find locations and more information.

DPS Office of Family and Community Engagement

The Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) fosters a school community that is educated, engaged, and empowered to share the responsibility in creating thriving schools where every child succeeds. We believe that family and community involvement is critical to the success of every student and that students with engaged families are more likely to succeed academically. Find more information about community forums, Superintendent parent forums, resource fairs, financial counseling and more on the Family and Community Engagement site.

SE Community Hub

The Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Center is a community resource center that connects students, families and our community with free services to increase their economic self-sufficiency and academic success. All services and classes are free to community members 16 and older — not just DPS parents.

Services include:

  • GED classes in English 
  • Employment services, including writing a resume, job searching, and interview skills
  • Support accessing employment through DPS
  • Computer skills
  • Citizenship classes
  • Classes to learn English and Spanish 
  • Financial coaching
  • Energy Outreach Assistance
  • Basic needs assistance, including referrals to Denver Human Services and community agencies
  • Social-emotional support services
  • Health and nutrition workshops
  • Early childhood literacy classes
  • Parenting workshops

Place Bridge Academy

Phone: 720-424-0960
Address: 7125 Cherry Creek N Dr, Denver, CO 80224

Click here for more information.

FACE University

Welcome to FACE University! This website offers resources where the DPS community and families are able to access parent and family tips, tools, webinars, and training to support, advocate, and engage your students from a click away! This website is a tool built for you as a family or community member! Please reach out to me at jasmine_rigby@dpsk12.net if you have any questions or suggestions on what else should be included on this website.

Supports for Spanish Speaking Population

News

Hamilton Middle School Principal Selection Events | Eventos de Selección del Director de la Escuela Secundaria Hamilton

Please see the documents below announcing our three finalists: Dr. Johanna Strong, Dr. Mark Fritzenschaft, and Matthew Dodge! EnglishSpanishArabic

March Community Resources Newsletter

Public Benefit Resource There is a new online resource that allows families to find benefits they might be eligible for: https://www.myfriendben.org/. You can read more about it here.  Upcoming at FACE University Get a Ride to Work with Colorado Employment First!Continue Reading