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We are DOING IT!!!! Distance Learning Update

We have done many mighty things as a community, but this may be the most remarkable achievement yet.  On Days 1 and 2, students logged in, had morning meetings, checked in with teachers, learned how to access assignments, had small group instruction, and were overall rock stars!  Much love...

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Happy First Day of (Distance) School!

It’s time to hop out of bed, comb your hair, put on a cute T-shirt (with you pj bottoms) and join your classmates for another “first day of school” – from home!  Every classroom will have a virtual check in between 8:30 am – 10:30 am.  Times were emailed...

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Further Update on COVID-19

Dear Lafayette Families – Earlier today I shared notification regarding a confirmed case of COVID-19 in a parent member within our school community. I know this has created many questions and worries. I hear you and understand, as your principal and as a parent. Due to the scale of...

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Host Your Own Mini Auction Party: A Guide

We are sad we all won’t be together Saturday evening, but consider inviting a few people over for some stress-reliving fun and take advantage of all the Auction has to offer — including bidding! Food Sign up here to get a platter or two of catered food if you...

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A Message from the HSA: Budget update and Thank You!

Lafayette families – Thank you to the families who attended the Budget Presentation on March 2.  At that time, as planned, we presented a proposed budget for the 2020-21 school year, and presented a proposed reserve spend to fund adjustable basketball hoops, a robust professional development plan for academic...

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A Note from Dr. B

Dear Lafayette Families – Thank you to everyone who joined together to surprise me in celebration of my recent award. I am beyond floored by the love, generosity, support, and gratitude of our community. Thank you to Julie Vispers, AP Mayhew, AP Bosurgi, Kalena Clark, Bree Cohen, Anu Gupta,...

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DCPS Letter on Corona Virus

To Students and Families: At DC Public Schools (DCPS), we are committed to ensuring the well-being of our students. Communicating home about issues that impact school communities is important to fostering strong partnerships with families, and I would like to provide an important update around coronavirus (also known as COVID-19). On Friday, Mayor...

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