Patience and Pre-Algebra…

Carrie Sutton – West Campus Math Teacher What seemed like a disruptive teenager not particularly interested in math was really a young man who was bored and in need of a challenge. Although he completed his Geometry assignments, his side comments weren’t helping his...

Cooking Around The World

Kacy Leyba — Electives Teacher, West Campus As a former Street School student, I know what it’s like to be clueless in a kitchen. So, when I felt God calling me to teach a cooking class this year, a small part of me went into panic mode. Sauté, flambé, boil, broil; At...

2012 Summer Discipleship Retreat

Amanda Hockmuth, Director of Development During the month of June, the Denver Street School students went to the Outfitters for Christ (OFC) Ranch, an outdoor adventure mentorship program located in Yampa, Colorado. First the girls, then the boys spent a week in this...

Hunger Games

Breeze Marker — English Teacher, West Campus Recently, I took my eleventh grade students to see The Hunger Games.  Their assignment was to predict the differences between the movie and book.  Did you see the movie after reading the book?  If so, feel free to stop by...

“Only At DSS”

Christina Schmitzler — English Teacher, East Campus That saying has become a running joke at the school, used by students and teachers alike. The situations it is applied to run the gamut from the humorous to the heartbreaking. We’ve all had our own “Only at DSS”...