6337 N Emporia Street, Aurora
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William “Bill” Roberts E-8 School is rated 8 out of 10 on greatschools.org. The link below provides more information. Here are Denver homes for sale, mostly in the Central Park (formerly Stapleton) neighborhood that defaults to William “Bill” Roberts E-8 School.
Bill Roberts E-8 is a creative, safe, and dynamic community of learners that nurtures and educates the whole child.
Their high-caliber staff, in partnership with their supportive parents, provides students with challenging and innovative learning opportunities through exploring the arts, educating for character, and fostering vigorous thinking – all essential for success in the changing world.
William "Bill" Roberts E-8 School in the Central Park (formerly Stapleton) neighborhood of Denver is a friendly, dynamic, hardworking, high achieving, wonderful place for kids and their families. We are a tightly knit community of teachers, staff, and families who believe in giving children far more than a basic education.
William ("Bill") Roberts E-8 is a friendly, dynamic, hardworking, high-achieving, wonderful school for kids and their families. The tightly knit community of teachers, staff, and students promotes rigorous academics, physical well-being, and character growth as part of their "Whole Child" education.
Bill Roberts is an E-8 school in the Denver Public School system, founded in 2006 as part of the Westerly Creek campus in the Central Park (formerly Stapleton) community. Bill Roberts opened its current facility in August 2007.
Their school principal, Patricia Lea, and many of their educators started teaching together at Westerly Creek K-5 over a decade ago. They are proud to continue their collaboration to this day.
Their state-of-the-art building is built for energy conservation: each classroom has its own heat pump and thermostat that cuts energy costs, and the Integrated Building Automated System automatically dims corridor lighting based on the amount of ambient light available. Additionally, the irrigation system uses recycled water from Denver Water.
The school is named after William “Bill” Roberts whose contributions to the city of Denver and the state of Colorado include: Deputy Mayor under Federico Pena, Denver City Councilman, Board President of the Denver Water Board, Manager of Public Works, and member of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce.
Students at this school are making more academic progress given where they were last year, compared to similar students in the state.
Strong progress with high test scores means students have strong academic skills and the school is doing a better job at supporting academic growth than most other schools.
Test scores at this school are far above the state average, suggesting that most students at this school are performing at or above grade level.
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