Former Denver Nuggets Player Visits DCIS

IMG_3768On Friday, 11/4, former Denver Nuggets player Ervin Johnson came to talk to our middle schoolers at DCIS during community meeting. “Believe in yourself…you’ve got to have confidence,” he told the audience. Johnson spoke about his background and values, and gave our students valuable advice about topics including peer pressure, making good choices, developing good habits, and treating each other with respect. Students were able to ask Ervin Johnson questions, and learned how tall he is, his shoe size, and his basketball stats.

The one down side: Mr. Johnson loves football, but he’s not a Broncos fan.


Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Field Trip

DCIS FAMILIES – We just found out we have some more room on the bus! day of the dead
Please sign up HERE for the field trip this Saturday, November 5th, to the Dia de los Muertos celebration at the Botanic Gardens. Bus pickup at DCIS: 8:30 am, Drop-off: 1:00 pm. $5 per adult (PTSA subsidizing), Students: Free. Face painting at Gardens: $10

This is a wonderful chance to experience something together as DCIS families.

Seating is limited, so sign up today! Questions? Contact Sara at or text message 720-425-4681.

DCIS FAMILIAS – Acabamos de descubrir que tenemos más asientos en el autobús:

Por favor inscríbase AQUI para la excursión este sábado, 5 de noviembre, a la celebración de Dia de los Muertos en los Jardines Botánicos. Recogida del autobús DCIS: 8:30 am, Salida: 1:00 pm. $ 5 por adulto (subsidio PTSA), Estudiantes: Gratis. Pintura de la cara en los jardines: $10

Esta es una maravillosa oportunidad de experimentar algo juntos como familias DCIS.
Los asientos son limitados, así que inscríbase hoy! ¿Preguntas? Comuníquese con Sara en o con el mensaje de texto 720-425-4681.

Middle School Cross Country

Congratulations to the middle school cross country for their performance in the past two cross country meets. These runners have been doing AWESOME!

Howard and Emily Holzman for finishing in 8th place and 35th place out of a total of 102 runners in the Southwest Smackdown cross country meet 11th place and 28th place out of 120 runners at the McCauliffe Invitational.