Enrollment information, forms and resources for SY 2013-2014.
Information about public school enrollment and residency requirements for District of Columbia residents.
Brief, helpful instructional videos for the Enterprise Grants Management System.
District of Columbia public and public charter school students are entered onto a local education agency (LEA) roster, and exited from that roster upon withdrawal each year.
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) is recruiting Elementary Teachers/Educator Leaders from schools across the District that serve pre-K through Grade 5 to participate in the Environmental Literacy Leadership Cadre.
Environmental education guidance, training, and technical assistance for DC schools.
Find out more about the LEA certification process and policy for the Extended School Year.
A range of financial tools to help public charter schools meet facility needs.
Resources, training and information about increasing local food throughout the school environment.
Get information about the Fellowship for Urban Education Leaders (FUEL) program.
Contact the Student Transportation Parent Resource Center.
Formative assessment or diagnostic testing is a range of formal and informal assessment procedures employed by teachers.
OSSE’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) provides a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables as a healthy snack option to all elementary school children in participating schools.
DC Public School Enrollment Audit Data for FY 2012.
Resources and reports about the FY 2013 Enrollment Audit.
School Gardens rely on community support, please help District school gardens grow and get involved today! If you would like to be included on our list serve, please contact Sam Ullery at [email protected].
The course work set forth in Subsections 2203.3 shall be required of students who enrolled in ninth grade in school year 2007-2008 and thereafter in order to be certified as eligible to receive a high school diploma.
Subject Area Proposal guidance and submission requirements.
The District of Columbia conducts a standardized test for health and physical education.
Healthy bodies and minds are the foundation of academic success. The Division of H&W leverages programming, partnerships, policy, and data to remove health barriers to learning so that people of all ages and backgrounds are prepared to succeed in school and in life.