• Leader in Me

    Parents here is a fun resource for exploring the 7 Habits at home with your young student. The Leader in Me Student Schoolyard is an online site for students with fun and engaging interactive activities that reinforce 7 Habits principles. The student schoolyard takes kids on a fun journey throughout the 7 Oaks village featured in The 7 Habits of Happy Kids book.

  • Current and Future Thomas Jefferson Parents

    TJ is gearing up for this year's ArtFest and it promises to be the best yet! This amazing fundraiser is the biggest one of the year and provides critical funding for the school. ArtFest will be held on Saturday, December 10th at TJ from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.

  • Slavens School tours

    Slavens K-8 School tours are starting in October and will be available through the month of January. Please click a link below to sign up for a tour.

  • What is the DPS Parent/Student Portal?

    What is the DPS Parent/Student Portal? The Portal is a secured website designed to support parents and students in monitoring student progress.

Leader In Me

Leader In Me teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader.

Welcome to Slavens School

Welcome to Slavens School

Slavens School radiates with a spirit of warmth, discipline, humor and excellence. We have a challenging academic program that supports every child as a learner of worth and dignity. We strive to personalize teaching to ensure that all students learn to read critically, write effectively, speak articulately, and think logically and creatively in all disciplines including mathematics, the sciences and social studies. We offer vigorous physical education, community service opportunities and the lively pursuit of the arts. All of this provides a profound and well-balanced education for each and every student.

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Kurt Siebold - Principal of Slavens School

Kurt Siebold

Slavens K-8 School is a Leader In Me school that takes the development of the whole child seriously. We believe that a strong educational foundation is attained by providing a thoughtful and nurturing environment where students feel safe and cared for. We have a Code of Conduct that begins, “At Slavens, we take the high road…” and ends with “… even when no one is watching” which signifies our central theme: students are responsible for their own behavior and learning and our job as adults is to support them in their development. Our goal is to grow compassionate, ethical and productive students who are engaged and challenged in their learning.

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