A DCB Parent writes & publishes a heartwarming opinion piece about how he and his family love DC Bilingual & being a part of the community.
The Washington Times
Dozens of restaurants in D.C. are shutting their doors on Thursday to protest the anti-immigration policies of the Trump Administration.
The Washington Times
Ernest Yombo would rather students at Latin American Montessori Bilingual school come to class on Thursday, but instead, they will get an unexpected day off.
The D.C. public charter school, where he works as an assistant principal, will be forced to close for the day after more than half of the school’s staff announced their plans to participate in the “Day Without Immigrants” protest.
DC Mayor’s Office
Mayor Bowser Holds Press Conference at DCB During this press conference, Mayor Bowser announces DCB has received a long-term lease for the current facility. She also talks about other exciting changes within DC Charter Schools.
D.C. Public Schools students next year will be allowed to gain preferential admission to high-performing charter schools in their neighborhoods, thanks to a change in the city’s school lottery system.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser reiterated her commitment to undocumented immigrants who live in the District. As News4’s Tom Sherwood reports, the support was welcome news to some parents and their students.
The Gates Foundation
DCB is featured in this tremendous report about school leadership and the preparedness of students.
Catalogue for Philanthropy
Catalogue for Philanthropy DCB’s Head of School Daniela Anello answers 7 questions for CFP about her dedication and passion for her work.
Headlines for the Hopeful
This article takes a look at theatre programs throughout low-income schools and highlights DCB’s Music Teacher, Manuel Hernandez.
The Hechinger Report
The column, “Schools that teach in two languages foster integration — so how come so many families can’t find programs? Dual immersion’s policymaking opportunity” features a mention of DCB & its programs.
This press release sent out by DC Public Charter School Board details the Aug. 30 release of Charter Schools’ performance on the PARCC Assessment for the 2015-2016 school year. The release mentions DCB’s continued growth in PARCC results.
School Safety & Precautions Taken: DCB Head of School Daniela Anello is interviewed by Telemundo on the school’s safety procedures and all the procedures put into place for the safety of students and families returning to school.
DCB Featured in Edible School Yard Newsletter as Program of the Week Each week, EdibleSchoolYard.org features a school that has programs promoting healthy eating, outdoor gardens & more.
One school year after enrolling over 80 students from a closed D.C. school, a language immersion charter school has seen progress in students’ readiness for its rigorous bilingual program.
The Nature Conservancy
DC Bilingual Public Charter School, The Nature Conservancy and Lowe’s address urban environmental challenges through school garden.
World Food Program USA
School teacher Natalie Chapman wasn’t expecting a lesson plan about the U.S. civil war to become a transformative exploration of the Syrian conflict. But that’s exactly where her students led her.
DC Public Charter School’s Board’s website
Jan Goedeke’s blog piece, ‘Inspire Children to Love Math & Problem Solving’ appears on DC Public Charter School’s Board’s website.
Each year, Edweek.org has principals tweet photos of their day to #aprincipalsday. This year, DCB has two photos that made the final cut into the multimedia gallery.
Washington City Paper
At the end of her administration’s “Education Week,” DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced our building at 33 RIGGS Road would come up for solicitation by public charter schools in March.
02/03/16 – DC Bilingual on Telemundo
DCB Head of School Daniela Anello as well as a DCB parent, appear on Telemundo February 3 to discuss how the school is helping families through its Information Technology program.
Much of the conservative concern with immigration revolves around assimilation. How can we ensure that immigrant children are speaking our language and understanding our culture? Educating them in charter schools is an important part of the answer.
DCB Head of School Daniela Anello discusses standardized testing legislation that could reduce the standardized testing to less than 2% of the time students spend in schools.
Washington Business Journal
A little dirt never scared anyone, especially those in management at D.C.-based salad chain Sweetgreen. More than 100 Sweetgreen store managers and executive team members traveled to D.C. Bilingual Public Charter School’s new home in Fort Totten on Wednesday with shovels, soil, drills, hammers and paint in hand.
First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed local students for the annual Fall White House Kitchen Garden Harvest. Google joined the harvest to create the first ever virtual tour of the garden so that students across the country can experience the garden, learn about where food comes from, and the importance of healthy eating.
A gloved Michelle Obama wielded a pitchfork Tuesday to show some young helpers how to harvest the sweet potatoes in her White House garden. ‘We’ve got to dig these babies up,’ she said of the orange tubers, as beads of perspiration glistened on her forehead in the afternoon sun.
Hundreds of parents, teachers and community members celebrated the start of the new school year at D.C. Bilingual on Friday in the former Community Academy Public Charter School building.
Exclusive Interview with Darren Woodruff, Chairman DC Public Charter School Board (FOCUS, Harmony PCS, Options PCS, Dorothy I. Height Community Academy PCS, Kingsman PCS, DC Billingual PCS and Friendship PCS mentioned)
Center for Educational Improvement
In an engaging and informative interview, Principal Daniela Anello demonstrated how participating in a data-driven, innovative dual language immersion program at DC Bilingual provides students and parents alike with resources for life-long learning.
Let’s face it: it’s not always positive stories we hear in the news about school foods and physical education, our kids’ health and how our academic achievements stack up against those of our global competitors.