As school staff and educators get ready for the back to school season, it’s important that you stay informed, too! Read below to learn about staff transitions, campus updates, and a complete list of back to school dates.
DC PCSB recently tested the lead filters that were installed on drinking water sources in every DC public charter school in SY 2022-23, and took action to ensure every device was working smoothly and safely. Read more about the process and results below.
The end of the 2022-2023 school year has arrived and many public charter schools’ last days are fast-approaching, starting this week. Read more to learn about end of school dates and incoming staff transitions, as schools gear up for the summer and next school year.
Lea Crusey, Chair of the DC Public Charter School Board, wrote the following thoughtful reflection in celebration of of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and all the diverse gifts Asian Americans have to offer.
DC SchoolConnect Services
Families can learn more about the DC SchoolConnect program which offers free and safe transportation to school, events, and after school activities for students residing in Wards 7 and 8.
All students must have up-to-date immunization certification on file with the school within the first 20 school days or they will not be allowed to attend school or school activities until the immunization certification is secured by the school. Review this page to guarantee your students are ready for school.
DC laws and regulations require that any child attending a school or daycare in DC submit a completed Universal Health Certificate and Oral Health Assessment Form annually to demonstrate that all students are receiving the health care they need.
Adult immunizations are critical to helping reduce the spread of vaccine preventable diseases to residents, visitors, and those working in the District. Adult learners ages 18 & up can access free immunizations through the adult immunization program.