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Making the Grade

As the open enrollment for DCPS high school application period is underway, many District students and parents are considering whether or not some of...

Register for Ward 8 Toy Giveaway

On Wednesday, Dec. 19th, Councilmember Trayon White Sr. (D-Ward 8) will host his Second Annual Ward 8 Toy Give-A-Way. The event takes place from...

Explore ALL Public School Options Saturday at EdFEST

Explore the District’s public school options at this year’s EdFEST, happening this Saturday, December 8 from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the DC Armory...

Free Costumes and Fun at DPR Spooktacular

Join Mayor Bowser's Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) and Mars Candy for a one of a kind Halloween experience!  Get free costumes, take pictures with...

Violin Scholarship for Students: Audition Sunday

The board of the Frederick Douglass Memorial & Historical Association hosts a scholarship audition for deserving students every year, awarded for students to attend...

Register for Serve Your City Fall Yoga

There are still spots open in the Serve Your City (SYC) fall yoga session. This class for kids aged 11 to 17 takes place...

The 1-2-3s of IEP

Parents of children with special needs face worry over many issues, but perhaps the most prevalent worry is education. Where to send their children...

What Colleges are Looking For In DC-Area Applicants

I’m usually skeptical of college rankings, but there’s a new one out that’s worth paying attention to. In May, the Independent Educational Consultants Association...

For Young Robotics Students, STEM Becomes Hands On

When a member of Payne Elementary School’s Robotics Club couldn’t attend the World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, 5th grader Makaya Cox was asked to...

Environmental Initiatives

Seaton Elementary School (1503 10 St. NW) Principal Suzanne Peters says adding an environmental education plan for fourth graders was an important contribution —...