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Mitchell Elementary sixth grade science teacher Amy Winter (cq, top center) offers up the choice of a small plastic animal to Leslie Godoy (cq, lower center), 11, as Godoy's cousin Evelin Gonzalez (cq, left), 11, covers her eyes so she can't see. The class was starting a lesson on different animals. Classes started Monday July 25, 2005 for 17 continuous-year schools in Denver including Mitchell Elementary School. Mitchell was also one of four Denver schools selected for redesign by former DPS Superintendent Jerry Wartgow because of low CSAP scores. At Mitchell, Jennifer Barton was named the new principal, and the school is implementing the PACE program - an acronym for Parents, Accountability, Collaboration, Expectations. The program includes monthly parent contacts; professional growth plans for all staff; and the hiring of a bilingual liaison to facilitate parent committees and offer parent training sessions. On the far right is Jennifer Campos (cq), 9, a fifth grader at the school. (MARC PISCOTTY / ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) CQ Amy Winter, Leslie Godoy, Evelin Gonzalez and Jennifer Campos

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