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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...

DCPS Child Abuse Suit Expands

When Carlet Harris, a mother of twins with austim, picked up her son from Ludlow Taylor Elementary School (659 G St. NE), she was...

Even When Virtual Learning Goes Well, Kids Miss Out

Most District students have been learning virtually since the spring. There have been challenges in ensuring that all students have a device, a connection...

Opinion: Students Need (Safe) Sports

As the start of the school year approaches, there has been a lot of focus on whether students should go back to school and...

Help Mutual Aid Get School Tech to Students

So far, donors have helped Ward 6 Mutual Aid hub Serve Your City DC (SYC DC) raise enough money to provide 86 backpacks to...

Teachers Plan Car Rally for Safe School Opening

District teachers are organizing a caravan rally Monday, July 20 to amplify voices calling for adequate safety precautions and funding for distance learning before...

Buy a Print to Support DC Central Kitchen

Hill-based artist Christine Vineyard is using her work to promote local business and raise money for the DC Central Kitchen (DCCK). Vineyard, who publishes...

Better Grades in Less Time (Grades 6-12)

On Sunday, Oct. 27, 3 to 4 p.m., SMITH RIVAS director Paul Rivas will help students develop fun strategies to improve their time management,...
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