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GBMS 6th and 7th Grade will be remote January 7th

GBMS 6th and 7th Grade will be remote January 7th

January 6, 2022 GBMS families,  This letter is to inform you that Grant Beacon Middle School will be on a remote day for all 6th and 7th graders tomorrow January 7, 2022.  All 8th grade students and students in our two center programs (MI and AN) can still attend and...

Birdcall Drive for 35 December 7th

Birdcall Drive for 35 December 7th

We are excited that Birdcall has included Beacon Network Schools in their Drive for 35 school fundraisers! On Tuesday, December 7 and Tuesday, January 4 Birdcall will donate 35% of sales using our promo code back to Beacon Network Schools! You can order online, dine...

GBMS Student gets published on RTD Blog

GBMS Student gets published on RTD Blog

GBMS 8th Grader JACKSON LEDESMA wrote a wonderful article about how RTD Transit helps connect our city.INTRODUCING JACKSON LEDESMA: ‘TRANSIT IS A CONNECTING FORCE THAT LINKS A SPRAWLING CITY CLOSER TOGETHER’ POSTED BY JACKSON LEDESMA • 11.05.2021 Hello! I’m Jackson, a...

Improved Bell Schedule Petition

Improved Bell Schedule Petition

Make your voice Heard!Beacon Families - Last year the district restructured the bell-times due to the challenges of retaining bus drivers. Three different options were provided, and we were assigned the least preferred option of a 4:40 release time. We voiced safety...

Get to know your DPS School Board Candidates – Recordings

Get to know your DPS School Board Candidates – Recordings

On 10.5.2021 some of our families learned about the candidates that are running for the DPS School Board.  If you click the presentation below you read more about District 2  and the At-Large candidates.  You can also find more information on their website.    El...

Community Safety Meeting 9-22

Community Safety Meeting 9-22

Grant is having a Community Safety Meeting to answer parent question regarding a recent incident.  Community Safety Meeting 9/22/2021 6:00 - 6:30 pm

Moving from the old normal to the new normal

Moving from the old normal to the new normal

Schools around the country welcomed their students back into the buildings. After long breaks, teachers were in front of students once again. School teams front-loaded the professional development needed around social-emotional and academics.  I didn't speak to anyone...

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