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Should Your Child Go to Specialty Camp?

If you attended camp as a kid, you might have memories of canoeing, roasting marshmallows over open fires, archery lessons, crafting and overnights in...

The Educational Benefits of Sports

Kid’s sports are associated with getting fit and having fun. The health benefits of sports and fitness are obvious. But coaches, administrators and experts...

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...

The Combined Federal Campaign

The CFC is the world’s largest and most inclusive annual workplace charity campaign, raising millions of dollars each year through nearly 200 campaigns across...

Meet the Ward 7 Principals

Ward 7 welcomes four new principals in the 2018-19 school year. Three come to the younger students, including Neval Thomas, JC Nalle and Burrville...

New High School Principals Focus on the Positive as Year Begins

New Ward 8 high school principals Willie Jackson and William Haith are focused on the positive as they look to not only strengthen Ballou...

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 —...

Food Trucks: Culinary Oasis or Public Threat

A cluster of blackened leaves still marks the tree outside NASA headquarters where a food truck burned beneath it a few minutes after noon...

Getting into the Swing of Things: Your Guide to All-Star Week

This month we celebrate America’s game: Baseball. The Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Game is coming to Nationals Park Tuesday, July 17th, and it’s...

Hunger Internationally, Nationally and in the District

Rick and Michele Tingling-Clemmons set a goal to have 100 attendees at the ‘Why’ Food Justice and Our Right to Food Conference, which took...