Text Resize

-A +A
Bookmark and Share

Services

Below are the Hearing Officer Documents by month for 2009.

2010 Hearing Officer Determinations:

January 2010

Each of the District's Public Charter Schools has provided a School Health Profile describing the health and physical education they provide, the nutrition programs they support, and contact information for their wellness and nutrition representative. These profiles are downloadable as PDFs.

2012 Hearing Officer Determinations:

January 2012

Each of the District's Public Schools has provided a School Health Profile describing the health and physical education they provide, the nutrition programs they support, and contact information for their wellness and nutrition representative.

District of Columbia Public Charter School Health Profiles 2012-2013 

Each of the District's participating private schools has provided a School Health Profile describing the health and physical education they provide, the nutrition programs they support, and contact information for their wellness and nutrition representative.

2013 Hearing Officer Determinations:

January 2013

Register for any training or webinar offered by the Division of Specialized Education by viewing the links below:

As mandated under the Healthy School Act of 2010, each of the District's public schools is required to complete a School Health Profile. These profiles are downloadable as PDFs.  

The District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education's Division of Early Learning will honor accomplishments in the field of early childhood education in the District of Columbia at its inaugural recognition event: “A Night of the Stars.”  The event will r

2014 Hearing Officer Determinations:

January 2014

The Month of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the world's largest early childhood education association, with nearly 80,000 members and a network of over 300 local, state, and regional Affiliates

As mandated under the Healthy School Act of 2010, each of the District's public schools is required to complete a School Health Profile. These profiles are downloadable as PDFs.
 

Based on EDGAR § 76.106, "A State shall make the following documents available for public inspection:...(b) All approved subgrant applications.”  

The mission of the Division of Early Learning (DEL) is to provide leadership and coordination to ensure that all District of Columbia children, from birth to kindergarten entrance, have access to high quality early childhood development programs and are well prepared for school.

For the 2012-2013 school year, the Division of Student Transportation estimates we transported 3,239 students at a total estimated cost of $91.6 million- a task that involves 851 buses traveling about 34,226 miles per day on 611 routes.

What is the Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program (FFVP)?

Pages