Welcome SEED Families, February 2, 2017
The education of your child is one of the most important goals we have in life. The SEED School of Washington, D.C. supports your interest and desire to discuss their academic and social accomplishments or difficulties. In order to meet this goal for communication, we have created the following schedule:
Pick up your child’s report card, check your personal information for accuracy, visit your child’s teachers, and visit the resource tables. Please note, conferences should last 3-5 minutes per teacher and are on a first come/first served basis.
§ Request tutoring services/Discuss the intervention program
o FACE Table
§ Purchase uniforms
§ Apply for sibling preference through My School DC
§ Purchase Love Grams for your scholar
§ Gather information on job training/adult education, discount internet programs, and offerings throughout the city.
§ Look through the lost and found for misplaced items
§ Purchase agenda books
o Student Support Services
§ Counseling services
§ Special education
§ Sex education and pregnancy prevention
§ Section 504
Also, please join The SEED DC community in welcoming our new faculty members and feel free to visit them to hear about the exciting things happening in class.
o Mr. Tarrence Hughes, 7th and 10th grade music
o Ms. Kesha Bennaugh: 6th grade math
o Ms. Cynthia Lee: 6th grade social studies
If you do not get all of your questions answered and would like a follow up meeting, please contact The Office of Family and Community Engagement using the contact information below.
Rashida K. Holman-Jones, MSA
Director of Family and Community Engagement | The SEED Public Charter School of Washington, D.C.
o: 202.248.3005 c: 202.329.8961f: 202.318.6343