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ICYMI: DC Has Begun the 2023 School Boundary Study

The process of changing school boundaries for DC Public Schools (DCPS) is about to begin. On March 21 the Mayor's office announced the launch of...

Celebrate 100 Years of Eastern High School

The Story of Our Schools and Eastern High School (1700 East Capitol St. NE) are proud to present "100 Years of Eastern High School"...

The Parent Group Resource Gap

The parents at Maury Elementary (1250 Constitution Ave. NE) have taken on a lot of responsibility to support their neighborhood school. The Capitol Hill...

What is Mayoral Control of DC Schools?

Every election, it’s a key question for candidate and voter alike: do you support mayoral control of the schools? Many people have strong feelings on...

Meet the SBOE Candidates

On Nov. 8th, Ward 6 residents will elect a new Ward 6 representative on the DC State Board of Education (SBOE). Incumbent Jessica Sutter...

Hine Jr. High School 50th Class of 1972 Reunion

Calling all Hine Panthers! Hine Junior High's class of 1972 is having a 50th Reunion Cookout on Saturday, August 27 in Temple Hills, Maryland. Panthers will...

DC Public Schools Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate

In a letter emailed to families Tuesday afternoon, DC Public Schools (DCPS) Chancellor Lewis Ferebee announced that effective immediately, students, staff and visitors are...

Extracurriculars Build Lifelong Passions

Elizabeth Nelson, long-time volunteer at Maury Elementary (1250 Constitution Ave. NE), recounts an incident from a trip she took with Maury's hiking club. In...

Adolescent Depression

Being an adolescent is an exercise in wild mood fluctuations. Swinging from effusive gushing about the latest album to declarations that their lives have...

How the School Lottery Works

Every student in DC has the right to attend their in-boundary (aka “neighborhood”) school for grades K-12, which is assigned based on their home...