DSST: Stapleton High School
To Check Your Student's Grades: To check your student's grades and assignments, click here to get to the Infinite Campus (IC) Web Portal. If you have not signed up and are the legal guardian of your student, please contact our office to come in and sign up.
If you or your student has lost or forgotten the log-in, please email the DSST Helpdesk with the student's name, ID, date of birth and your name. The reset information will be sent to you via email. If you have other difficulties with the Web Portal, please contact the DSST Helpdesk.
To Report an Absence: Call the attendance line (303.320.5570 option 1) or the main office and report the absence by 8:00 a.m. The parent/guardian needs to include the child’s name, date of absence, the reason for the absence and a contact number for the parent/guardian. The notification and explanation of the absence is only that and does not automatically excuse the absence.
Relationship Abuse: Resources: This is a link for relationship abuse for both parents and students. These resources are avaliable 24 hours a day, and are 100% credible. If there are addtional questions about teen dating violence, reference www.projectpave.org. To access the resources on the schools website, click one of the links below. There are also PDF files below that include: Symptons Of Abuse, Warning Signs Powerpoint, How To Break Up With An Abusive Partner, Teen Dating Bill of Rights, and the Teen Dating Violence Brouchure
- Denver Children’s Advocacy Center (303) 825-3850 2149 Federal Blvd.Denver, CO 80211 www.denvercac.orgA children's advocacy center (CAC) is a child-focused, facility-based program in which representatives from many disciplines, including law enforcement, child protection, prosecution, mental health, medical and victim advocacy, child advocacy, work together to conduct interviews and make team decisions about investigation, treatment, management and prosecution of child abuse cases.
- SAFEHOUSE Denver (303) 318-9989 1649 Downing St.Denver, CO 80218 http://www.safehouse-denver.orgServing victims of domestic violence and their children through both an emergency shelter and a non-residential counseling and advocacy center. All of the women, children, and youth who come to Safehouse have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including counseling, group sessions, advocacy and safety planning.
- Gateway Battered Women’s Services (303) 343-1856 Crisis Line: (303)343-1851 PO Box 914Aurora, Co 80040 www.gatewayshelter.orgServing victims of domestic violence and their children through both an emergency shelter and a non-residential counseling and advocacy center. All of the women, children, and youth who come to Gateway have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including counseling, group sessions, court advocacy and safety planning.
- Family Tree, Inc. (303) 422-2133 3805 Marshall St.Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 www.thefamilytree.orgA private, non-profit agency which provides community-based services for victims of family violence and abuse, youth in crisis, runaways, and families dealing with the issue of parental divorce, separation, and remarriage.
- Project Safeguard (303) 863-7416 www.psghelps.orgA non-profit organization that provides safety planning, advocacy, and direct court support to victims of domestic violence and abuse, ensuring their safety and survival.
- Project PAVE (303) 322-2382 2051 York St.Denver, Co 80205 www.projectpave.orgProvides free or low-cost community education and support services to youth. The services provided by Project PAVE include counseling and prevention education.
- Stapleton HS Student Handbook 2012-13 (PDF)
- Stapleton HS Dress Code (PDF)
- Teen Abuse: Hotline Card (PDF)
- Relationship Abuse: Dating Bill of Rights (PDF)
- Relationship Abuse: How to Break Up with an Abusive Partner (PDF)
- Relationship Abuse: Symptoms of Abuse (PDF)
- Relationship Abuse: Warning Signs (PDF)