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March 2018 Newsletter

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Virtual School Tour: KIPP DC: AIM Academy

DCSRN recently launched the updated virtual school tour of KIPP DC: AIM Academy, a quality public charter middle school located on the Douglass Campus in Ward 8. Sit in on an engaging 6th grade English lesson, learn about the use of repetition in Art class, and find out why one parent feels welcomed and loved by the AIM community. 

Watch the tour →

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HQSC Exceeds Applicant Goals! 

DCSRN is proud to announce that the High Quality Schools Campaign (HQSC) is on track to surpass all goals for the sixth year in a row, supporting more families as they navigate the application process than ever before! Though the numbers are still coming in, DCSRN recruited over 1,150 families, and provided crucial support to school and community-based partners from some of the most underserved areas in the District. The work of DCSRN parent advocates is crucial, as advocates not only help families fill out applications, but empower families to choose quality schools.   

Meet our parent advocates →

 

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March 30th: Common Lottery Results

Congratulations to everyone who submitted applications to the common lottery! Applicants are able to re-rank their school choices until March 15th, and SY18-19 results will be available for all grades on March 30th. Take the time between now and then to become familiar with lottery results terms and definitions, and also get a head start on the enrollment process by finding out what documents you will need to prove DC residency.  

Learn More→

 

ICYMI: Great Articles in Education

     

     DC Identifies Five Safe Passage 'Priority Areas' Around Schools

       

      Local Women Athletes Inspire Girls in DC Schools 

         

        Superheroes Like Us: Boys of Color at DC School Excited About 'Black Panther'

           

          DC Education Briefs: Standing Ovation Winners

             

            Bill & Melinda Gates Have Spent Billions on US Education - But They Are Not Yet Satisfied With the Results 

             
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