Francis-Stevens Educational Campus announced last week that it will expand to include grades 9th through 12th, beginning in the the 2013-2014 academic year. The school currently offers pre-K through 8th grade. School Without Walls is expanding into the space; Richard Trogusch will be principal.
To obtain students to fill the upper-education classes, Francis-Stevens will work to recruit new students.
On Monday, January 28, Francis-Stevens school advisory team member Olivia Chase will conduct a recruitment event in Ward 1 at Martha’s Table’s Child Development Center at 2114 14th Street NW. The event will begin at 4 pm.
Those with recommendations for additional recruitment event locations are encouraged to contact Ms. Chase at oacfromdc[AT]hotmail.com.
Parents, residents and community members of Ward 2 are holding a town hall meeting on Tuesday, November 27 at the Francis-Stevens Educational Center (2425 N Street NW).
The meeting is to discuss the proposed closings of Francis-Stevens, as announced by DC Public Schools. The meeting is open to the public and will begin at 6:30 pm.