Julie is a new Social Studies Teacher at our Byers Middle School - here's why she is excited about joining the DSST team: “I am really looking forward to working with a team of other motivated teachers who are just as excited to live and teach in Denver as I am. I can't wait to meet our students and provide them with structure and rigor that pushes them to new heights. I know this career will be challenging, yet rewarding and fun at the same time.”
Thanasi is a new SPED Coordinator at our Stapleton High School - here's why he is excited about joining the DSST team: “I have had a great experience with the students and the staff thus far; I see a lot of opportunity to help out with the special needs community, and an even greater opportunity to continue to learn.
Bill encourages team members to consider stepping into a leadership role to not only further DSST's impact but also their own growth and sense of fulfillment. What would it take for you to step up into leadership?
DSST Math Teacher, Sarah Johnson, talks about how she is, "doubly thankful to have found a way to split [her] time between being a mom, and a teacher."
DSST: Stapleton High School teacher, Jim Stephens, says winning the core value award in 2013 for Curiosity was, "hands down, the greatest achievement in his professional career."