W6PSPO Meets MONDAY (new date) October 17, 2022

Dear Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization members, 1. W6PSPO will meet on MONDAY, October 17 (not our regular third Tuesday of the month) at 7 pm. Literacy will be the focus of our discussion. We will be joined by Karla Reid-Witt from Decoding Dyslexia who will discuss the Addressing Dyslexia and Other Reading DifficultiesContinue reading “W6PSPO Meets MONDAY (new date) October 17, 2022”

Petition: DC School Communities Demand Safe Routes to School

Mayor Bowser, Councilmember Cheh, Chairman Mendelson, Director Lott, and DC leadership, DC students deserve to travel to and from school via safe routes, free from worry of being subjected to traffic violence. This should be viewed as a basic expectation for District families, as well as all District residents regardless of age or family situation.Continue reading “Petition: DC School Communities Demand Safe Routes to School”

Testimony of Suzanne Wells Bill 24-570 “Schools First in Budgeting Amendment Act of 2021″ Sept 25 2022

Testimony of Suzanne Wells Committee of the Whole Bill 24-570 “Schools First in Budgeting Amendment Act of 2021” September 25, 2022 Thank you for the opportunity to testify.  My name is Suzanne Wells, and I am the president of the Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization (W6PSPO).  The comments I offer are my personal comments.Continue reading “Testimony of Suzanne Wells Bill 24-570 “Schools First in Budgeting Amendment Act of 2021″ Sept 25 2022”

Ward 6 School and Education Updates – September 2022

Dear Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization members, Below are a few updates (in chronological order…): 1. DC Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) Collective Meeting, Tuesday, September 13 Please share the following message with your LSAT leaders: Hello DC Education Leaders, My name is Steve Bowen (Payne Elementary parent) and along with Marion Babcock (SchoolContinue reading “Ward 6 School and Education Updates – September 2022”