In the proposed school budgets for next year, Wilson High School faces a significant 10.5% reduction in its per-pupil allotment. The Wilson community does not want to see any school’s budget reduced, nor does it aspire to have more overall per-pupil funding than any other comprehensive school. However, DCPS should find other dollars to make its budget whole.
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Last month, we told you about a Tenleytown resident who was collecting clothing to help raise funds to build a school in Burkina Faso. Well dear readers, it seems you stepped up in a big way. Due to the volume of donations received and accepted by partner organization ModaVive, Kathryn Barnes’ buildOn chapter earned a bonus donation of $1,500 from ModaVive.Read more
With all this wintry weather, you may not be thinking about spring cleaning yet. However, spending just a few minutes culling through your closet could not only help you get a jump on clearing out clutter, but could also help fund educational opportunities for children in Burkina Faso.Read more
Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 3E released its agenda for the December monthly meeting, taking place this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Absent once again from the agenda is discussion of the Safeway redevelopment project. While Safeway was anticipated to present its plans for the Tenleytown store before the end of the year, the developers asked to postpone their presentation until January.Read more