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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...

Negative COVID Test Required to Return to School

All DC Public School students must provide a negative COVID test before they return to school, Mayor Muriel Bowser reminded families Dec. 29. Students will...

Wednesday is Walk to School Day at Lincoln Park

On Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at 7:45 a.m., students from Ward 6 schools will gather at Lincoln Park (13th and East Capitol Streets SE)...

NCB Grants $30,000 to Eastern’s IB Program

Temitayo Adeola hadn’t even considered Eastern High School until he received a package from the school near the end of his middle school run....

Where Should My Child Go To School?

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many people to re-examine what’s most important to them — regarding careers, proximity to family, and general quality of...

Masks, Asymptomatic Testing Required at DC Schools

Masks, social distancing and asymptomatic testing will be required at DC schools for the start of the 2021-22 school year. Staff need to have...

Donate to Hope House School Supply Drive

Hope House DC (6031 Third St. NW) is in desperate need of school supplies. They're looking for donations to equip the children of the more...

Celebrate Your 2021 Grad in the Hill Rag

Celebrate them! Show your pride by putting their photo in the special Graduation Issue of the Hill Rag, out in June. The deadline to submit is Friday,...

DCPS to Start New School Year ‘With In-Person Learning for All’

DC says the kids are going back to school. In an email to families sent Thursday afternoon, DC Public Schools (DCPS) announced they will fully...
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