Denver Public Schools Foundation believes that supporting public education is all of our responsibility. With that in mind, the nonprofit serves as a conduit to help the community invest in its schools and better serve the nearly 90,000 students in early childhood education (ECE) through 12th grade who call the city home.
The foundation kicked off the school year with its annual Back to Class Bash. It is a chance for the community to come together for a day of hard work and giving back at local schools while celebrating the volunteers who make it all possible. Alpine Bank was a Playground Sponsor of the bash and has volunteers supporting the beautification of Samuels Elementary School through painting, weeding, mulching and more.
Ashley Muramoto, Denver Public Schools Foundation’s Vice President of Marketing and Communications, said that the organization and its valued volunteers work to ensure every student graduates ready to lead a successful life.
“We know that when we connect the community to the classroom, our students thrive,” Muramoto said. “Helping ensure the students of Denver thrive, so that our city can thrive, is critical for the future of our community.”
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