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”
Committee on Transportation and the Environment B24-0565 – Safe Routes to School Expansion Regulation Amendment Act of 2021 March 26, 2022 Thank you for allowing testimony on the Safe Routes to School Expansion Regulation Amendment Act of 2021. I am Suzanne Wells, President of the Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization (W6PSPO). Our organization stronglyContinue reading “Suzanne Wells Testimony – Safe Routes to School Expansion Regulation Amendment Act of 2021 – 3_26_22”
We can’t wait to see you at Lincoln Park! Please help us get the word out within your school communities. Download jpg and pdf fliers here.
Thank you #Ward6 community for braving the rain and showing up for fun on wheels. We loved learning about what would make you feel safer on the road and about why you love to ride your bike. We were thrilled to welcome the very talented Siddharth, who led us in the first ever Bike toContinue reading “A little rain, a lot of fun”
Dear Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization members,W6PSPO will meet virtually on Tuesday, April 20, at 7 pm. The following will be on our agenda: Kathy Patterson, DC Auditor, and Erin Roth, Director of Education Research for the Office of the DC Auditor, will discuss the recently released report, Measuring What Matters: More and Better DataContinue reading “W6PSPO Meets Tuesday, April 20 @ 7pm”
On Wednesday, October 2, 2019, at 7:30 am, students from 16+ Ward 6 schools will gather at Lincoln Park (11th & East Capitol Streets, SE) for activities, snacks, warm-up exercises, student performances, and local speakers – including Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen and DC Deputy Mayor for Education Paul Kihn. Enjoy activities for kids, giveaways, light snacks,Continue reading “Get Ready for Walk to School Day – Oct 2, 2019!”
What: Safe Routes to School celebration, with student performances and Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen. When: Wednesday, October 2, 7:30-8:15 AM Where: Lincoln Park Register your school at http://www.walkbiketoschool.org/registration/. This year, we’d like to focus on student performances – please reach out if you have a performance group who would like to strut their stuffContinue reading “Walk to School Day is October 2, 2019 – Save the Date and Register!”
How to plan a fantastic party on wheels with all your school friends…. Step 1: Mark your Calendar –> May 8, 7:30-8:15 AM @ Lincoln Park. Step 2: Register your school‘s event (or your participation in the Lincoln Park event)!! Step 3: Tell all your friends about Steps 1 and 2!