Bruce Randolph School Newsletter 10/27

Posted October 27, 2023

Upcoming Events:

  • Friday, October 27th – Middle School Dance
  • Tuesday, October 31st – Bruce Career Fair
  • Wednesday, November 1st – MLE PAC Meeting & Dia De Los Muertos Celebration: 4:00pm-6:00pm
  • Tuesday, November 14th -16th – 8th Grade Career Fair
  • Monday, November 20th-24th – Thanksgiving Break

Student Parent Compact
We wanted to share our Parent Compact with you to make sure you get the chance to read and understand it. Click here to print a copy in English or Spanish. Your student can also pick up a signed copy from the main office. You are not required to complete this form, it is important to us to inform parents about our commitment to student growth and learning.

School Schedule Survey
We will need to make some shifts to our schedule for the 23-24 school year in order to accommodate the changes in DPS graduation requirements from 240 credits for the class of 2024 to 260 credits for the class of 2027.  We are working to gather information from students, families, and staff to best inform our decision making process.  Please click here to complete the survey to share your thoughts that will then be shared with SLT and CSC; the two decision-making bodies regarding the Bruce schedule.

First Day of Basketball
Our first basketball game is November 13th! Students must have physicals to participate.

Special Olympics | Unified Bowling

Athletics Spotlight of The Week

Check out the graphic to see this week’s Athlete of The Week; Saul Rivera! Saul is a 10th grade soccer player at Bruce Randolph High School.⚽

National Principals Month

As October slowly comes to a close, we want to shoutout our awesome Principal, Erin Olson, for National Principals Month! Denver Public Schools shared an interview with Principal Olson and we wanted to spotlight all of her work and efforts to make Bruce Randolph the great school it is! 🌟⭐️

Click the link below to read her interview:…/

Dia De Los Muertos at Bruce Randolph School

Programs to Checkout

Support Center @ Bruce Randolph School
The mission of the Bruce Randolph comprehensive school counseling/mental health program is to provide equitable, developmentally appropriate services addressing academic, career and social-emotional needs of all students while providing support to families in partnership with communities. Please click here to visit our Bruce Randolph Support Center to learn more and access our resources. Additionally, check below for Denver Health Pediatrics at Denver Public Schools information regarding their services.