Residents and stakeholders should jump on these three opportunities for input into District government programs and practices. The DC government has two surveys open. The first is about improving the utility of the annual Children’s Budget report.**** The second is about your experience calling 211 on a cell phone (available in English, Spanish, French,Continue reading “Live in DC? Weigh in on Children’s Budget and More!”
Learn more at DCPS.dc.gov and check out the FAQs here: http://dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/Link%20Collections/PS%20PK%20Lottery%202011-2012%20FAQ%20Final.pdf
Curious about your neighborhood school? Check out the upcoming open houses. Mark your calendar now, but check back if the weather is particularly ‘iffy’ (as in 30 inches of snow…). http://dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/Learn+About+Schools/Open+Houses/Open+Houses
Capitol Hill Walk to School Day 2010 Wednesday, October 6, 7:30 am – Lincoln Park Join the Capitol Hill school community for Walk to School Day, an annual celebration of our walkable, bikeable neighborhood, healthy bodies, a cleaner environment, and safe routes to school with a kick-off event and breakfast in Lincoln Park. Wear yourContinue reading “Capitol Hill Walk to School Day 2010 – Wed 10/6”
The Capitol Hill Public School Parent Organization will hold it’s September 21 meeting at Tyler Elementary (1001 G Street, SE). The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. The agenda is attached. We will have a discussion with Ward 6 school board candidates Melissa Rohan and Monica Warren-Jones. Each school board candidate will have 5 minutesContinue reading “CHPSPO September 21 meeting at Tyler”
The Capitol Hill Public Schools Parent Organization (CHPSPO) thanks Councilmember Tommy Wells and candidate Kelvin Robinson, who did a fantastic job at the Candidates’ Forum held on August 24, 2010. Our goal was for our members and the community to hear their views on issues of special significance to families. We feel that goal was metContinue reading “Ward 6 Council Candidates’ Forum – Thank You”
DCPS hosted a community meeting for the Ward 6 community (for all families of children attending Ward 6 schools) on Thursday, July 29 @ Maury Elementary.
Attendance was pretty impressive for a mid-summer meeting (50ish participants).
The presentation and all supporting documents (Collaboration Team, Survey feedback and Summary of plan for each individual schools) will be available on the DCPS site: http://www.dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/building-on-momentum
Please join the Capitol Hill and Ward 6 DCPS community:
Thursday, July 29
Maury Elementary School
1250 Constitution Ave., NE
For background on this initiative, go to:
For more information about this meeting, please contact Claudia Lujan at (202) 719-6598 or Claudia.Lujan@dc.gov.
Welcome to the new CHPSPO site! Take a look around and be sure to give us feedback on how we can improve it. We’re working on better communication and making it easier for you to get involved.
Check out ‘Current Initiatives’ to see what might interest you this summer and school year 10/11