Please join me on 6-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Polaris auditorium for a special opportunity to learn about Polaris at Ebert’s historic community.
Denver historian and author Phil Goodstein and photographer and Polaris grandfather Tom Torgove will provide us with a unique walk through our school’s distinguished past.
Phil Goodstein is a renowned Denver historian and tour guide. The author of several books, including histories of such neighborhoods as Washington park, Park Hill, North Denver, and University Park, he has recently published “Curtis Park, Five Points, and Beyond.” This is a detailed look at the neighborhoods surrounding Ebert and provides a glimpse into the origins of the school, its evolution, and to learn a bit about Fredrick J. Ebert.
Denver native Tom Torgove is a Polaris grandfather of students both past and present. Once a commercial real estate agent, he is now known as a wide-ranging photographer. Included in his work is an inside look at Ebert School, home to the Polaris program.
Mark your calendars and join us for this unique historical presentation.
Click here for an excerpt from “Curtis Park, Five Points, and Beyond.”
I hope you will join us!
Principal Karin Johnson