(Washington, DC) – In recognition of National College Signing Day, the Mayor Bowser Administration led by the Department of Employment Services (DOES) celebrated graduating high school students in the District who have made commitments to become apprentices. Modeled after Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher Initiative, DOES’ Signing Day will honor six District students who will sign apprenticeship offer letters with local trade associations.
Dec 3 2021
Mayor Bowser Invests $4.3 Million to Expand Safe Passage Program to Keep Kids Safe as They Travel to and From School
The Mayor’s investment will provide an additional 215 safe passage personnel in seven ...
Oct 29 2021
More than 9,600 youth in the District will access programming in the subject areas of academics,...
Oct 28 2021
The prestigious honor comes with a $7,500 prize.
Oct 14 2021
(WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced an additional $22 million to support COVID-...
Aug 13 2021
Students Who Get Their First COVID-19 Shot On-Site Can Claim AirPods or a $51 Gift Card
Jun 1 2021
Dear District Families, Without any doubt, this has been a year like no other for our schools. We...
Aug 22 2017
August 22, 2017 To Our DC Community, We are extremely excited about the back to school season!...
Mar 10 2017
Keeping DC Schools Safe for All Families and Students
May 23 2016
Letter from Deputy Mayor for Education Jennifer Niles to Councilmembers and State Board of Education on Lead in Schools
May 18, 2016 Dear Councilmembers and State Board of Education Members, I am writing to provide an...