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D. C. Oakes Graduation Requirements:

 (Attach, download, view and print Graduation Requirements Document below.)










Crisis Intervention:

Colorado Crisis Service:  CALL:   844-493-TALK (8255)   TEXT:  "TALK" to 38255

                                            This organization provides confidential help for any mental health, emotional crisis, or substance use.

Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program:  1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)  OR  1-800-273-TALK (8255)


Work Study:

Students must complete the Work Study Contract and turn it in with their Proof of Auto Insurance and Paystubs in order to receive Work Study credit.

                              (Attach, download, view and print the Work Study Contract below.)

                              JOB POSTINGS (posted as available)


Community Service:

Students must complete 20 hours of Community Servicet in order to graduate.  Both the Community Service Form and Reflection Form must be completed for each organization where the student completed hours.  All forms need to be submitted ot Mrs. Matyszewski.

                             (Attach, download, view and print the DCSD Community Service Form and Reflection Form below.)

                              COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

                                               Praying Hands Ranch

                                                                   Therapeutic Riding Center for Handicapped Children & Adults  -   VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

                                                                   Contact: 303-831-4043

                                               Horse Power

                                                                   (Attach, download, and print the Horse Power flier below.)

                    Go to VolunteerConnectDC.org for a listing of non-profit organizations in Douglas County looking for volunteers.


Family Resources:


College Scholarships:

      Mountain Pines Women's Club Scholarship is now available.  See the flyer linked below or go to their website:  https://www.mpwcparker.org/scholarships.html



College Fairs:

(More to Come)



Career Connect:

  • Career Connect Engages High School Students - Registration Opens March 12
  • Registration for the “Career Connect” career exploration program is right around the corner starting March 12. What is Career Connect? Career Connect gives high school students the chance to interact with professionals, learn about an industry, and discover the educational preparation required with an experiential or hands-on component.
  • Over 40 employers from a wide variety of industries (STEM, Health, Arts & Communications, Business to Automotive, Public Service and Military) have signed up to host an informative, hands-on 2-hour session at their place of business for one night between April 3 - 27. Can two hours change a student’s life? The program is in its eighth year and we have heard many success stories of students who found their future careers in this program. For more information on Career Connect, visit www.dcefcolorado.org.
  • Online Registration:  opens Sunday, March 12
  • Employer Workshops:  held weeknights, M - Th, April 3 - 27, 6-8 pm (unless noted) at the employer's business location (there may be some exceptions and will be at a high school). 
  • NEW, simple pricing:  $7.50/session 
  • Session Descriptions:  The complete listing of companies/organizations with the session descriptions and dates can be found starting Monday, March 6 by visiting www.dcefcolorado.org.