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The process was outlined to the parents in the CEC meeting at the end of November 2012.Was this the process followed when they decided to gut our school and remove 75% of the teachers the day AFTER we were able to make our choice of schools? I really worry about the true underlying motives for the timing.Location: Zooks Coffee (tied to the Denver Puppet Theatre in NW Denver) 3156 W 38th Avenue, Denver Colorado, 80211 in the Highlands. Open to: EVERYONE I know this time may conflict with other events in your calendar and I do apologize. If this is news to you, I have summarized my experience below If your school would have told you that 75% of the existing teachers at your school would be released from their position at the end of the school year, would you choose that school for your child?Parents of Centennial K-8 in NW Denver were not given that choice.Last night’s Board of Education meeting was a wild ride,and there’s so much to tell you.First, this open invitation from one of the dads of Centennial, the school in which we stand in firm solidarity: Dear NW Denver Parents, Teachers, Business Owners, Citizens, Press, DPS board; This message is intended for anyone who wants to protect the NW Denver community & have great schools for our children.
The handling of this matter has caused us to fracture, and divide.So, the community has come together, even if it is on opposite sides of an issue. I owe my children the duty of ensuring I fully understand what kind of school I am putting them in.This invite will be sent to SOS Colorado, Defense Denver, North Siders of Denver, Centennial School, Occupy Denver Public Schools, Our DPS, HUNI, Lohi and 32nt avenue merchants associations.Dear DPS, Not only was that move underhanded, it was dishonest.If you say that the choice out date had nothing to do with your decision, then you are oblivious to what is important to parents. If you did this with the date in mind, and thought of it as little important, then you are again oblivious. Finally, a Majority Vote was cast last night in support of slowing the wheels that are in motion to ensure all variables have been addressed.
After last night’s public comment, Board Member Andrea Merida introduced a motion to stop the progress on the Centennial school redesign until a full community process had been had and other variables had been considered.