- Humpty Dumpty story about what happens after a big change
- a story about perspective
- a way to use your voice
- All about a pet show. For extended fun, draw your pet or a dream pet or a fantasy pet.
- A story about mindset and perspective.
- a colorful story of hope.
- a true story of recycling, team皇家华人 and one crazy idea.
- A fish has stolen a hat and he will probably get away with it...probably.
- a great story about courage and being nervous.
I feel like a broken record, in that I have no new news to share regarding the strike. We continue to hope for a speedy, peaceful outcome.
Peace and Hope.
Harrison Park, which transitioned from a K-8 to a middle school this fall, recently held a school-wide vote for a new mascot. According to Principal Leah Dickey, these first few months as a middle school have been pivotal for students as they navigate the new exciting normal and establish an identity as a school and community. Picking a mascot has been an important part of that journey.
Principal Phu Dao is many things to the students and staff of Roseway Heights Middle School: mentor, role model, champion, friend. Ask anyone who has learned from and 皇家华人ed with him and they will tell you that he has dedicated his entire career to advocating for students, families, and educators. And now he’s being honored for that dedication.
Courageous Conversation, a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit that 皇家华人s with individuals and institutions to address racial disparities through sustained, fruitful dialogue, has named Principal Dao this year’s recipient of the Dr. Charles Hopson Racial Equity Principal Leadership Award.
Bird watching, Lego robotics, gardening, mindful art, coding, running and walking, the high-stakes world of self-governance. It’s all in a morning’s 皇家华人 for the students of Skyline K-8, where every Wednesday begins with participation in one of the school’s many C.A.S. clubs.
We need our community and PAT’s bargaining team to recognize that we are not unwilling to accept their proposal: we are unable. Even the proposal we have made will require at least $45 million in structural budget cuts over the next three years.
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM School Board - Special Meeting
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Bond Accountability Committee (BAC)
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Community Budget Review Committee (CBRC)
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM School Board - Audit Committee
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM School Board - Student Success Committee
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM School Board - Facilities and Operations Committee meeting
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM School Board- Regular Meeting