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Bob's Blog

Dragon's Den and Campus Master Plan Meeting

Hi All,

Thank you for supporting our school and our students so generously! Gala was a great night, you "ISDenverites" certainly know how to throw a great party, and how to make a wonderful project happen.

We are so excited about being able to begin work on the Dragon's Den. This will be a space that helps us to build community, allows us to invite outsiders in to see what we are all about, creates a setting that our students are proud of and serves their needs. Our goal is to also allow our faculty and staff to eat lunch for free, that way the community will gather together for lunches. This central hub will also help us to attract, retain, and engage all of our constituents. As I mentioned Saturday night, every Head of School that has had this opportunity to make a space like this, has told me that it is a "before and after" moment for the school!

In the same exciting light, this is the beginning of a wonderful conversation about what our campus can be. Led by the Board's Building and Facilities committee, our architects (Venture Architects) and our school leadership conducted over thirty interviews with our different constituent groups to get input on a Campus Master Plan. We are thrilled that the architects will be here tomorrow morning; they will meet with faculty and staff at 7:45 a.m., and with parents at 8:30 a.m. after drop-off, in the cafeteria. Please come by to hear about all the thought that went into a plan that will guide our facilities decisions for the next 25+ years.

This is a great time to be at ISDenver and to work together to continue the momentum. As I told our faculty on Monday - I am so happy that I am here, and I am grateful for this opportunity every day!

All the best,

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