Summer Opportunities at DCPS!
Thu, Jul 4 2:39pm
John Burroughs Elementary

 

Please see below for resources and opportunities to engage this summer.  

 

Parent Resources for Summer Reading

The DCPS English Language Arts (ELA) team has compiled texts and experiences for elementary and secondary grade levels to use during the summer that are aligned to the ELA curriculum. The lists are designed to provide students and families with guided choices as they engage in independent summer reading. Lists include a range of interests, "reading levels" and types of experiences; students should be encouraged to read texts that are interesting and explore exciting opportunities in the District.

 

Youth Advisory Board of DC Health Recruitment

Interested in being a part of a citywide campaign around youth sexual health and getting paid for it? Apply today to be a member of theYouth Advisory Board of DC Health’s Sex Is… Campaign!

 

You must be between the age of 12-20 and a DC Resident to apply. You might be a good Board member if:

  • You live in the District and are between the ages of 12 and 20.
  • You’re good at listening and providing feedback.
  • You like planning and attending events.
  • You get excited about talking to your peers about health topics, including sexual health.

 

Find out more about the job description and other requirements here: bit.ly/2019YABApplication. To learn more about the Sex Is… campaign please go to  https://sexisdc.org/

 

DCPS Dialogues With Chancellor Ferebee

Chancellor Ferebee will continue to host “DCPS Dialogues” over the summer. These small group gatherings at schools, libraries, and community centers across the District are centered on topic-specific conversations to gather feedback going into School Year 2019-2020 and provide intimate space for community voice to be heard.

 

The remaining Dialogues are:

 

Date/Time

Location

Topic

July 10th at 6pm

Hardy Middle School

Parent and School Partnerships Around Academics, Including Aspen Online Gradebook

July 17th at 6pm

Anacostia Library

Reducing Barriers for Attendance

August 7th at 6pm

Tenley-Friendship Library

Navigating Special Education in DCPS

August 15th at 9am

Latin American Youth Center

The International Family Experience in DCPS (conducted in Spanish)

 

To join us please sign up at bit.ly/dcpsdialogue2019. For questions, please contact ofpe.info@dc.gov or 202-719-6613.

 

 

Best,

 

Office of Family and Public Engagement
District of Columbia Public Schools
1200 First Street, NE (12th floor)
Washington, DC 20002
T: (202) 719 – 6613

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