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From the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education:
“Since last October, an Advisory Committee of parents, community members, and other experts have been working with the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education to review student assignment policies, DCPS school boundaries, and feeder patterns. After months of work and community input, the Advisory Committee has developed a draft proposal for additional community discussion and feedback.
To get more information and share your feedback on these proposed changes, we invite you to:
Attend a community meeting
June 16th, 6 – 8PM, Savoy Elementary School, 2400 Shannon Place, SE
June 17th, 6 – 8PM, Dunbar High School, 101 N Street, NW
June 19th, 6 – 8PM, Takoma Education Campus, 7010 Piney Branch Road, NW
Provide testimony at Council of the District of Columbia public oversight roundtable on school boundaries on June 26, 2014 at 9AM. Call 202-724-8000 or e-mail email@example.com to sign up.
Complete a feedback form by July 21st ( OfficeFeedback Form Coming Soon!)
Email your concerns and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-478-5738
Each DCPS school was provided with a letter and map outlining the proposed boundary changes for that school. To see the proposed boundary changes, by school, please click on the appropriate link below. The Washington Post has interactive maps that allow families to type in their address to view how the proposal could impact their elementary, middle, and high school rights.”
You can read the full report below: