NPS Emancipation Day Celebration at Lincoln Park – April 16, 2:00 – 8:00PM

April 16, 1876 Emancipation Day was celebrated at Lincoln Park including a keynote address by Frederick Douglass, a crowd of 20,000 people, and the unveiling and dedication ceremony for the “Emancipation Statue” that stands in Lincoln Park today. Please visit National Parks Service – Capitol Hill Parks for details. 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. | Family-Friendly Activities 4:45 p.m.-5:30 p.m. | ConcertContinue reading “NPS Emancipation Day Celebration at Lincoln Park – April 16, 2:00 – 8:00PM”

Ward 6 Special Education Workshop – April 9, 2018

The Office of the Student Advocate is committed to making the public education more accessible by boosting parent engagement and increasing access to resources and supports for families. Join us for our Special Education Workshop series in Ward 6 cohosted by DC Councilmember Charles Allen, Joe Weedon, Ward 6 State Board of Education Representative and Capitol Hill Public SchoolContinue reading “Ward 6 Special Education Workshop – April 9, 2018”

Join CHPSPO’s Strategic Planning – Feb 24

To enhance our efforts to develop common goals, facilitate collaboration, and drive real change among public schools in Ward 6, to improve the education received by all children, the Capitol Hill Public Schools Parent Organization (CHPSPO) is engaging the DC education community in a strategic planning process. All CHPSPO members, as well as families, principals, and engaged community members are invited to participateContinue reading “Join CHPSPO’s Strategic Planning – Feb 24”

Bike to School Day is May (the) 4th – save the date!

What: Bike to School Day When: WEDNESDAY, MAY (the) 4th, 7:30 AM – 8:20 AM (Star Wars jokes, compliments of our very own Laura Marks!) Where: Lincoln Park (East Capitol St between 11th and 13th Streets) Who: All our neighborhood students + friends from the National Center for Safe Routes to Schools + local andContinue reading “Bike to School Day is May (the) 4th – save the date!”