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Discovery Link 2019-20 Registration

  • Registration for current families and siblings: now through April 26 at 4 p.m. All returning students and their siblings are guaranteed a spot in Discovery Link if registration is completed between April 15 and Friday, April 26
  • New Family Registration: May 6 at 8 a.m. through May 10  at 4 p.m. Registration is first come first serve for new families so please register ASAP to avoid being placed on the waitlist, as there are not many spots open in our afternoon program. To register, please go to http://discoverylink.dpsk12.org 

Registration Instructions:
Select: “School Year Registration”, click on the orange “NEW families register here” button, then under the choose a location, select Bromwell, then click on the green button that says “click to view offerings” under the 2019-2020 School year section in order to start the registration process. 

Please have current immunization forms ready to be uploaded, doctor and dentist information as well as emergency contacts.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Brita Langeteig, the Discovery Link Program Specialist at 720-470-4897 or email at brita_langeteig@dpsk12.org

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Register for Spring Enrichment 2019


March 4th to May 9th

Please register by February 26th. After February 26th you will be charged a $10.00 late registration fee.

Registration will not be complete without payment of the classes and the $6.00 Bromwell Enrichment fee/ per child.

All Classes are 3:15 to 4:15 unless otherwise noted.

All Classes are subject to minimum and maximum. If a class does not meet the minimum and is cancelled I will contact you.

Please be aware of the grade restrictions. It is listed in the class description and Cheddar Up.

If we do not have school then we do NOT have enrichment class.

At this time we do not have enrichment for ECE.

Any questions — please contact Ashley Walker at bromwellenrichment@gmail.com  

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School Choice is Underway Through Feb. 15

School Choice
School choice is now underway until Feb. 15. Below is a quick summary of key steps. More details can be found on the DPS website and the info sheet at the bottom of this email. 

How does the Denver Public Schools (DPS) SchoolChoice enrollment work?
SchoolChoice is for any student who wants or needs to attend a new school for the following year, particularly “transitioning” students. All incoming ECE and Kindergarten students must complete an application. 

If your student is currently in kindergarten through 11th grade and is staying at his or her current school for 2019-20, you likely do not have to fill out a SchoolChoice application. Here is how SchoolChoice works:

1.    First, research DPS schools by reviewing the Great Schools Enrollment Guide, using School Finder and visiting schools of interest.
2.    Prioritize your student’s top preferences and rank them on the SchoolChoice application. We recommend listing multiple preferences, up to a limit of 12 schools.
3.    Submit your SchoolChoice application online during the Round 1 window. The SchoolChoice window for the 2019-20 school year opens on Jan. 15, 2019 and ends on Feb. 15, 2019 at 4 p.m.
4.    SchoolChoice combines your student’s top preferences with each school’s admissions priorities and available space. All students are randomly assigned a lottery number that will determine at which school they are awarded a seat. Students will be awarded a seat at their highest-preference school with an available seat. You will be notified in late March. Rank the schools in the order of your preference.

DPS Choice information

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Bromwell School Performance Framework (SPF) Results

Dear Bromwell Families,   Students aren’t the only ones who get report cards, schools do, too! Within Denver Public Schools this comes in the form of the School Performance Framework, or “SPF” for short. The SPF measures many important aspects of what we know makes a great school, such as: 
  • student and parent satisfaction,
  • improvement in state test scores from year to year
  • and how well the school serves and challenges all of its students.
The SPF provides essential feedback to me, as well as our staff and teachers, helping the Bromwell community work together to maintain strengths and make progress in key areas where improvement is needed.

I’ve prepared this short video announcing Bromwell’s SPF results. Spoiler alert: it’s good news. We’re moving on up! Please join me in person for an in-depth SPF discussion on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018 at 7 p.m., as part of our our annual State of the School Meeting. At this important meeting, we will also cover the following:

  • SPF deep dive, and information about other tests we’re using to evaluate performance
  • School Finances
  • Capital and classroom improvements
  • Strategic planning 
  • Annual Fund update (now’s a great time to click and give!)
Look for an electronic meeting invite and more information about the State of the School Meeting coming soon.  Thank you as always for supporting our efforts to make Bromwell a center of academic excellence that meets the needs of every individual child.  Sincerely, Andrew Hodges Principal, Bromwell Elementary School
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The Bromwell Annual Fund: Bridging the Gap by Oct. 31

It takes each of us giving our time, talent, and treasure to make Bromwell shine. During the month of October, we come together to support our school through the Annual Fund. This direct giving campaign is designed to help Bridge the Gap between the funds provided by DPS and what it costs to enhance our children’s learning environment.

Bromwell’s Fundraising Goal for the 2018-2019 school year is to raise a total of$1,000 per child through the Annual Fund and Spring Auction. Without these fundraisers, our children would not have:

  • Paraprofessionals & Specials – Our largest expense is funding our invaluable Paras and Specials classes. Not only do Paras lower the student-teacher ratio, but they also allow more time to focus on critical subjects and small group learning. Bromwell values the development of the whole child and is dedicated to expanding its diversified curriculum through Specials classes like art, music and PE.
  • Teacher & Staff Grants – The PTA awards teachers and staff grants to spend in their classrooms to provide an enriched and engaging learning environment. Funds are used for academic software, iPads, books, STEM sets, computer carts, sensory tables, seating, trikes, literacy/math stations and more.
  • School Improvement Projects – The new blacktop installed last spring and school wide technology are examples of the ways we continuously work to improve our indoor and outdoor spaces.
  • Community Events –  Celebrating community is a core value at Bromwell, and your donations help fund important school-wide events including the Popsicle Social, Movie Night, Multi-Cultural programs, Holiday Parties, Staff & Volunteer Appreciation, Parent Coffees, Student Clubs and more.
GOAL: 100% Participation by October 31, 2018 Bromwell would not be what it is without our vibrant and generous parent community which is why the goal of the Annual Fund is to reach 100% participation by October 31. Only one donation per family is needed to reach our goal. No donation is too small and every dollar helps us Bridge the Gap to ensure Bromwell and our children continue to shine and develop a life-long love of learning. Participation will be tracked by grade and celebrated when participation levels are reached. If you have multiple children at Bromwell, you only need to donate one time for all of your children to receive participation credit in their grades.

How Can You Give?

Every donation is 100% tax deductible and can be made by one or more of the following:
  • One Time Giving – Donate online through PayPal or put a check or cash in the blue envelope. Return to school in your child’s folder, mail to Bromwell, or drop off in the Annual Fund Box at the front of school. If you are on the fence between writing a check or donating online, keep in mind that PayPal does take approximately 3% of your donation for fees.
  • Monthly Giving – This is an easier way to spread your giving throughout the year instead of all at once. Through PayPal, you set the monthly amount and number of months you would like to donate. * If you are currently set up for monthly payments from last year’s Annual Fund in February, you can simply log into PayPal and and extend your payment end date. Any subsequent payments will be applied to your 2018-2019 Annual Fund donation.
  • Friends and Family – A donation made by a grandparent, relative or family friend counts towards your family’s participation.
  • Matching Gift – Check with your employer to see if they have a charitable gift matching program. It’s an easy way to double your giving!
Thank you for your support and helping our school shine and our students succeed! Sincerely,  Your Annual Fund Committee
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Bromwell Registration / Annual Family Update 2018 – 2019

Annual Family Update (formerly: On-Line Verification) Bromwell Elementary does not have a formal registration day.  All registration takes place on-line through our Annual Family Update process through the School Choice & Enrollment website. Window opens 7/16/18 and closes 8/4/18

Go to:  http://schoolchoice.dpsk12.org

  • Enrollment & Registration
  • Annual Family Update (Formerly On-line Verification).  

Simply log-in with your parent portal username and password and follow the instructions.  


If you have not already set up a Parent Portal account, please visit myportal.dpsk12.org and click on “Getting Started”. You will need an email address and your student’s DPS ID#s.

Parent Portal Setup & Questions

Office of Choice and Enrollment Services

Need assistance with enrollment while school is on break?

  • Call DPS help line: 720-423-3200
  • Early Childhood Education:  720-423-2678
  • DPS Transportation: 720-423-4600
  • Discovery Link: 720-423-1781