The Logan Circle Community Association(LCCA) is sponsoring an education event tomorrow, Saturday, May 12, at 10 am. In the upstairs space at Stoney’s (1433 P Street NW), a panel will discuss education issues from a local perspective. There will also be a short LCCA update.
The panel will consist of parents from local DC Public Schools (Garrison, Marie Reed, Ross, Cleveland ES and others). They will discuss issues including entering your child in your in-boundary school as well as pre-school, pre-K and 1st Grade expectations. There will be plenty of time for questions from attendees.
“We plan to hold these Saturday meeting once a month — this is our third such meeting,” said Jim Sullivan of LCCA. It is called ‘Saturday Morning in Logan Circle.’ The purpose to introduce younger or new community members to the LCCA — parents, young professionals, etc. In addition to education-related issues, we plan on discussing current LCCA-related events that are also discussed at our LCAA monthly meetings on Wednesdays,” said Sullivan.
LCCA was established in 1972. It represents the Greater Logan Circle area, bounded by S Street to the north, K Street to the south, 9th Street to the east and 16th Street to the west. Membership is open to anyone who resides or owns a business or property within its boundaries. The organization holds monthly meetings and and isinvolved with a number of neighborhood-related issues. For more information, contact LCCA President Tim Christensen at tim.christensen[AT]logancircle.org.