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10/10/2014 Statement from Chancellor Kaya Henderson on ...

District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) Chancellor Kaya Henderson issued the following statement mourning the death of Father John Payne, the principal of Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Father Payne has ...

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

09/11/2014 Statement from DCPS spokesperson Melissa Salmanowitz ...

Statement from DCPS spokesperson Melissa Salmanowitz on Homework Worksheet

09/24/2014 DCPS Creates New School Academy to Support Growing Population of New Immigrant Students

As the number of new immigrant students enrolling in the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) continues to increase, a new International Academy at Cardozo Education Campus launched this school year to meet the unique academic, social and emotional needs of English Language Learner students (ELL). Learn More »

09/09/2014 Statement from Chancellor Henderson Regarding Inaccuracies in Petula Dvorak Washington Post Column

District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) Chancellor Kaya Henderson released the following statement highlighting inaccuracies in Petula Dvorak column in today’s Washington Post Learn More »

08/25/2014 DCPS Begins New School Year with Highest Number of Students in Five Years

Today, 111 District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) opened their doors to welcome more than 47,000 students for the 2014-2015 school year, the highest enrollment on the first day of school in the past five years. Learn More »

08/22/2014 Preparing to Discuss Michael Brown in the Classroom

Preparing to Discuss Michael Brown in the Classroom Learn More »

08/21/2014 Welcome Back Letter to Parents

Welcome Back to School Learn More »

07/31/2014 2014 DC CAS Letter to Parents

I’m writing to share with you this year’s results from the District of Columbia Comprehensive Assessment System exam (DC CAS). The news is that we are making steady progress. Learn More »

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