Copy
Nov. 7-13, 2018
In this issue...

New Reminders Professional Development Opportunities Dates to Remember
New
ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 Pre-Identification File: Assessment Registration Process Open

OSSE will be utilizing the Pre-ID Assessment QuickBase application for the 2018-19 ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 assessment registration process. LEAs will use the application to: (1) verify student demographic information for students taking ACCESS; (2) indicate required accommodations, if warranted; and (3) identify which mode of administration (online or paper) a student will require. If a student requires a paper accommodation, the “paper test tier” must also be identified.
 
When completing the registration process, LEAs will have the option of inputting the data on each student’s page, utilizing the “grid edit” function, or downloading the data as a spreadsheet and uploading it to the OSSE Support Tool. Larger LEAs are encouraged to complete all required fields on the excel spreadsheet document as a faster way of inputting student data into the application.
 
LEA Assessment Managers and ACCESS Coordinators received an email invitation granting them access to the QuickBase application. The ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 assessment registration window opened Monday, Nov. 5, and will close on Friday, Dec. 14.
 
For additional questions on ACCESS for ELLs 2.0, please contact Michael Craig at Michael.Craig@dc.gov or (202) 257-3371.

Submit Early Childhood Transition POCs in eSchoolPLUS – Next Steps on ESSA Early Childhood Requirements
 
Action Required: By Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 (deadline extended), please add points of contact for your Early Childhood Transition Coordinators at the LEA and school level in eSchoolPLUS. Title I LEAs committed to this to meet Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requirements for coordination with Head Start, as part of the citywide Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) LEAs signed with DC Head Start agencies. OSSE has committed to sharing these LEA POCs with Head Start, and vice versa.
 
Early Childhood Transition Coordinators are responsible for serving as the first external link to answer questions from Head Start Agencies and other early childhood education programs about students transitioning to the LEA/school in pre-K or kindergarten. These contacts may work with other LEA staff to coordinate prospective student events, transition policies, student data, joint professional development with early childhood programs and other supports for incoming students entering the LEA. For a user guide on eSchoolPLUS points of contact and to contact your OSSE data liaison with technical questions, visit OSSE's website.
 
For more background on the citywide ESSA Early Learning Working Group, including past meeting presentations, a summary chart of LEA and HSA requirements under the MOA, guidance and the relevant portions of ESSA and Head Start law, please visit OSSE's website.

For questions on the ESSA Early Learning Working Group or coordination requirements, contact Jonathan.Elkin@dc.gov.

Practice Public Speaking at the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site Annual Oratorical Contest

Every year in December, students in grades 1-12 participate in the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site's Annual Oratorical Contest. These young people learn a portion of a Douglass speech and recite it to a panel of judges on the auditorium stage. Many students choose speeches that mean something to them personally and connect with the work of Frederick Douglass. This activity could support curriculum goals for elementary, middle, and high school as well as provide a valuable enrichment experience.

This year's Oratorical Contest will take place Friday, Nov. 16 - Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018.

To apply, download and review the application packet, fill out the application form, and submit to FrederickDouglassNPS@gmail.com. Applications are due on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018 by 4 p.m.

For questions, please contact FrederickDouglassNPS@gmail.com or (202) 426-5961.

Special Education Data System (SEDS) User Survey

OSSE seeks input from SEDS users at LEAs about their experiences with the application, including information on challenges and desired improvements. Please complete this survey by Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 as the results will help align future systems development plans with user needs.
DCPS Celebrates Inclusive Schools Week Dec. 3-7, 2018
 
Inclusive Schools Week is a national celebration that will take place Dec. 3-7, 2018. Each year, District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) celebrates Inclusive Schools Week by recognizing the progress that their schools have made in providing a supportive and quality education to an increasingly diverse student population, including students who have historically been marginalized due to disability, gender, socio-economic status, cultural heritage, language preference, sexual orientation, and other factors. This week-long celebration also provides an important opportunity for educators, students, and parents to discuss the work that remains to be done to ensure that every school continues to improve its ability to successfully educate all children.
 
DCPS invites all schools and LEAs to join with them in celebration, and as they work to ensure that every school provides a world-class education that prepares all our students, regardless of background or circumstance, for success in college, career, and life. To learn more about how you can celebrate Inclusive Schools Week, or if you want to share how you promote inclusion in your school, please contact Christopher Kenny at Christopher.Kenny@dc.gov. Learn more about nationwide Inclusive Schools Week events.

2019 Green Ribbon Schools Application Released

District of Columbia schools, LEAs, and institutions of higher education (IHEs) are encouraged to apply for the US Department of Education's Green Ribbon Schools Award. This award recognizes schools, LEAs, and IHEs that save energy, reduce costs, feature environmentally sustainable learning spaces, protect health, foster wellness, and offer environmental education to boost academic achievement and community engagement. It is also a great tool to identify ways to involve the school community in “going green." OSSE is responsible for supporting schools, LEAs, and IHEs in applying for this award, as well as nominating up to four schools, one LEA, and one IHE to the US Department of Education.

The application, past awardees, and supporting documents can be found here on OSSE's website.

Applications are due Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019; however, schools have the option to complete the application with support from OSSE and other District agencies. If schools wish to receive support, they must notify OSSE via email by Monday, Dec. 3, 2018.

For more information or questions, please contact Grace Manubay at Grace.Manubay@dc.gov.

Coming Together to Build and Sustain an Effective Teacher Workforce in DC: Lessons from the DC Staffing Data Collaborative

In 2015, OSSE launched the DC Staffing Data Collaborative (the Collaborative) - a partnership between OSSE, LEAs who opted to participate, and TNTP, a national non-profit serving as a research partner. The goal of the Collaborative is simple but bold: help LEAs develop effective strategies to attract, develop, and retain great teachers to serve their students through robust analysis of staffing data from across the District. Participating LEAs receive regular reports on targeted and timely topics, such as school culture, staffing, performance evaluation, and differential retention, as well as opportunities to come together to collaborate around shared talent priorities.

The first report on the work of the Collaborative, Coming Together to Build and Sustain an Effective Teacher Workforce in DC, captures initial citywide findings based on three years of rich faculty and staffing data that inform and provide actionable steps on how to improve talent across the District. Findings include insights on the importance of instructional culture, teacher perception of school leadership, and the link between professional development and teacher effectiveness ratings.

In the immediate future, the Collaborative is expanding to include educator preparation programs in an effort to improve understanding of teacher pipeline challenges and effectiveness of new teachers in participating schools. More broadly, the Collaborative will work with both educator preparation programs and partner LEAs to understand how the District can ensure it attracts, prepares, hires, and retains the effective teachers all students need.

Few the full report on OSSE's website. For questions about this report, please contact Laura Montas at Laura.Montas@dc.gov.
Reminders
Message to LEAs about PARCC from Superintendent Kang

Please see this letter from State Superintendent Hanseul Kang that responds to recent questions from LEA and school leaders about the future of the PARCC assessment. The letter also shares some additional context and background, including important steps that state leaders have collectively taken to ensure that PARCC will be accessible to students and educators across the country. PARCC will continue to be DC’s state assessment for math and English language arts (ELA). It is the high-quality assessment we need to support teaching and learning in our schools, and ensures the stability and continuity we need as educators to continue to improve outcomes for students.
 
For questions, please contact the OSSE assessment team at OSSE.Assessment@dc.gov.

Help Us Improve the OSSE Website
 
OSSE restructured its website in March 2018 and would like your feedback on the changes as well as suggestions for the future. The survey should take 3-5 minutes and your response will be anonymous. Please complete by Friday, Nov. 9.
 
For more information or questions, please contact OSSE Communications at OSSE.Communications@dc.gov.

Represent Your College on Fridays in November for DC College Application and Exploration Month

OSSE, in collaboration with the American College Application Campaign, is pleased to announce that November is DC College Application and Exploration Month. Throughout the month, colleges, high schools, and community-based organizations across the District will host events to assist students with the college application process and build upon or establish a college-going culture through college exploration activities.
 
To make sure our students are aware of and excited about college, we need your help in promoting this initiative. Help celebrate and build excitement around the college going process by wearing a college shirt every Friday in November. Take photos and tell students why they should apply for school using the hashtag #WhyApplyDC on your favorite social platform.

For more information or questions, please contact Tiffany DeJesus at Tiffany.Dejesus@dc.gov.

Every Day Counts! Attendance Community of Practice Meeting

Join school leaders, staff, community partners, and the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education for our monthly Every Day Counts! Attendance Community of Practice meeting. These meetings are a part of Mayor Muriel Bowser’s districtwide Every Day Counts! Initiative, and are a unique opportunity for representatives from schools across the city to share effective practices and resources across networks. In past sessions, the community of practice has explored using attendance data, expanding school attendance teams, and engaging families.

This meeting will take place on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, from 3:30-5 p.m. at Ballou Senior High School, 3401 Fourth St. SE.

*Dinner and Every Day Counts! swag available for meeting participants.

For more information or questions and to RSVP, please contact Samantha Kobbah at Samantha.Kobbah@dc.gov.

DC Science Assessment Content Review Opportunities

OSSE seeks content reviewers for the DC Science Assessment. Reviewers contribute their expertise as District educators at various stages in the assessment development process such as reviewing new test questions and making recommendations regarding their content accuracy and alignment to content standards. Content reviewers are invited to participate in specific meetings on an as-needed basis, allowing them the flexibility to commit to attend meetings that fit their busy school/work/life schedules.
 
Upcoming opportunities
  • DC Science Item Content Review II (Dec. 3-6, 2018)
  • Performance Level Descriptor Review (Tentative: January 2019)
  • Rangefinding (Tentative: June 2019)
  • Standard Setting (Tentative: September/October 2019)
Who can participate?

K–12 teachers with the following qualifications:
  • Three or more years of general teaching experience in grades kindergarten through 12 in science; and
  • Knowledge and experience with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
LEA administrators, content/program specialists, or university educators with the following qualifications:
  • Three or more years of experience as an LEA administrator, content/program specialist, or university instructor in the area of science; and
  • Knowledge and experience with NGSS.
The next panel will focus on the content review of science assessment items aligned to content in grades 3-5, 6-8, and high school biology. OSSE anticipates the review will be conducted in person at a conference center in Washington, DC from Dec. 3-6, 2018.
 
Individuals who are on vacation, retired, or otherwise not in session may qualify for a daily stipend. If the educator’s school is in session, their LEA may request reimbursement to cover the cost of a substitute.
 
Educators who are interested in participating in the DC Science Item Content Review, should complete this online form. Pearson will correspond with applicants directly if selected for participation.
 
For questions, please contact Daniel Alcazar-Roman, science assessment specialist at (202) 741-5991, or Daniel.Alcazar-Roman@dc.gov.

DC Science Bias and Sensitivity Review Opportunity

OSSE currently seeks general education teachers, English learner teachers, special education teachers, specialists and administrators to participate in a DC Science Assessment Accessibility, Bias and Sensitivity Review. This will be a review of assessment items that have been developed for tests that will be administered in grade 5, grade 8, and high school biology.
 
The purpose of a bias and sensitivity review is to help ensure that the DC Science Assessments are fair for all groups of test takers, despite differences in characteristics including, but not limited to, disability status, ethnic group, gender, regional background, native language, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.
 
Who can participate?

K–12 teachers with the following qualifications:
  • Three or more years of general teaching experience in grades kindergarten through 12; and
  • Experience teaching diverse student populations.
LEA administrators, content/program specialists, or university educators with the following qualifications:
  • Three or more years of experience as an LEA administrator, content/program specialist, or university instructor in the area of science; and
  • Experience supporting teachers with diverse student populations.
OSSE attentively anticipates that the reviews will be conducted in person at a conference center in Washington, DC from Dec. 5-6, 2018. The dates are subject to change.
 
Individuals who are on vacation, retired, or otherwise not in session may qualify for a daily stipend. If the educator’s school is in session, their LEA may request reimbursement to cover the cost of a substitute.
 
Educators who are interested in participating should complete this online form no later than Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. Pearson will correspond with applicants directly if selected for participation.
 
For questions, please contact Daniel Alcazar-Roman, science assessment specialist, at (202) 741-5991 or Daniel.Alcazar-Roman@dc.gov.

OSSE Grants Reminder: Reimbursement Requests are Due by Nov. 15 in EGMS

Reimbursement requests for OSSE grants from the 2018 fiscal year are due no later than 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018. Reimbursement requests must be submitted online in the Enterprise Grants Management System (EGMS).

Unfortunately, any reimbursements submitted for the first time after Thursday, Nov. 15 are not eligible to be processed. Please contact your OSSE grant manager if you have any questions.

31st Annual National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY) Conference

OSSE is pleased to announce that the District of Columbia will serve as the host site for the 31st Annual National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY) Conference on Nov. 2-5, 2019. NAEHCY connects educators, parents, advocates, researchers, and service providers to ensure school enrollment and attendance and overall success for children and youth whose lives have been disrupted by the lack of safe, permanent, and adequate housing. This annual conference provides an opportunity for approximately 1,500 attendees to obtain information on the latest evidence-based practices, resources and programs focusing on the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness. The theme for the 2019 NAEHCY Conference is We the People.  
 
As the host agency, OSSE seeks support with the planning and organizing of this important conference, which will showcase the work we do in the District to support children, youth and families experiencing homelessness. Please join the 2019 NAEHCY Conference Planning Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 at 10 a.m. from your computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also dial 1 (646) 749-3112 to call in. The access code for the call is 226-908-381.

For additional questions, please contact Nicole Lee-Mwandha at Nicole.Lee-Mwandha@dc.gov or Tasheen Stallings at Tasheen.Stallings@dc.gov.

Notice to LEAs on ESSA Foster Care POC Information Update

OSSE will be updating its ESSA Foster Care Points of Contact (POCs) for the 2018-19 school year. If your school’s ESSA foster care POC has changed, please email Katie Reda, at Katie.Reda@dc.gov, with updated contact information on the new POC by Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Information on DC’s ESSA Foster Care Provision can be found on OSSE's website.
Understanding the Uniform Guidance and Best Practices in Submitting Approvable Reimbursements
 
OSSE is excited to provide trainings on Understanding the Uniform Guidance and Best Practices in Submitting Approvable Reimbursements, to assist LEAs in maximizing their federal grants.
 
All LEAs are welcome to attend, and individuals that oversee grants are strongly encouraged to attend.
 
Please register by Wednesday, Nov. 21 for this training. Both sessions will be held at OSSE, 1050 First St. NE, First Floor,
Eleanor Holmes Norton III:
  • Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  
The same content will be covered on both days.

For more information or any questions, please contact Renu Oliver at Renu.Oliver@dc.gov.

OSSE Recruitment for the 2019 State Title III Advisory Committee
 
OSSE requests applications from candidates interested in serving on the 2019 State ESEA Title III Advisory Committee. Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) provides funding to ensure that English learners attain English proficiency and achieve at high academic levels. It also ensures English learners can meet the same challenging state academic standards that all children meet. Title III requires each state education agency to consult with LEAs, teachers, administrators of Title III programs, parents of English learners, and other relevant stakeholders in developing its Title III state plan. In addition to providing consultation on the state plan, the State Title III Advisory Committee will serve as an advisory body to support OSSE in carrying out its responsibilities under Title III of the ESEA for the District of Columbia.
 
To ensure that a range of stakeholders are represented, OSSE seeks applications from:
  • School and LEA administrators
  • Teachers
  • Parents
  • Educators from institutions of higher education
  • Other members of community organizations
Meeting dates and more information can be found on OSSE's website.
 
Please apply by Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. Applicants will be notified by Friday, Jan. 11, 2019.

For more information, please contact Jennifer Norton at Jennifer.Norton@dc.gov.

OSSE Adopts the Dynamic Learning Maps Science Alternate Assessment
 
OSSE is pleased to announce that it has adopted Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) as the new districtwide alternate science assessment for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. DLM, an alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards (AA-AAS), will be administered to students in grades 5, 8, and high school Biology who are eligible for alternate assessment participation. The DLM Science Alternate assessment is an on-demand computer-based assessment that is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). DLM replaces the DC Science Alternate portfolio assessment and will be administered in spring 2019.

In the coming weeks, information about the test design, spring 2019 test window, and training schedule for test administrators will be provided. Training for teachers will introduce them to DLM and include information on both conducting test administration and using the many resources provided to support instruction.

Through the DLM science consortium, OSSE will work with members from 14 states and higher education partner organizations to continue to collaboratively develop this alternate science assessment. DLM is based on the NGSS Essential Elements (EEs). The DLM EEs serve as the bridge from grade-level general-education standards to academic expectations for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. The DLM Science Alternate assessment is designed using principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and delivered through a user interface built especially for this student population. Students have access to an array of accessibility supports and options for flexibility during test administration to remove potential barriers to their demonstration of knowledge, skills, and understandings in science.
 
For more information on the DLM Science Alternate Assessment, please contact Daniel Alcazar-Roman at Daniel.Alcazar-Roman@dc.gov or (202) 716-4920. Learn more by visiting the DLM Science Website.
Professional Development Opportunities
(Unless stated otherwise, all trainings are held at OSSE, 1050 First St. NE)

English Language Acquisition Workshop Series

OSSE invites all educators to participate in its upcoming English Language Acquisition workshop series, taking place in November and December 2018. This three-part workshop series is designed to share foundational information about English language acquisition from the science of language acquisition to useful classroom strategies that can help English learners access the academic curriculum. General and special educators, specials teachers, related service providers, coaches, and administrators are strongly encouraged to participate in this series. Participants are strongly encouraged (but not required) to attend all three sessions in the series. Priority seats will be given to those who can attend all 3 sessions. Please register separately for each session using the links provided below.

English Language Acquisition 101 will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at OSSE, Eleanor Holmes Norton I, Room 110. [Register] Space is limited, and priority registration will be given to those with little to no background in second language acquisition. Any educator who is interested in understanding the basics about how English learners learn English are welcome to attend. Specifically, participants will learn about:

  • The different types of English learners;
  • How second language acquisition happens;
  • The difference between social language and academic language; and
  • The developmental milestones that correspond to each stage of second language acquisition.

English Language Acquisition 102 will take place on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. at OSSE, Bill Nye Training Room, Room 422. [Register] Space is limited and priority registration will be given to those who are registered for the Nov. 28 English Language Acquisition 101 workshop. This session will guide participants in preparing to instruct their ELs. Specifically, this session will cover:

  • The characteristics of English language production at each of the six WIDA English language proficiency levels;
  • The components of a Model Performance Indicator; and
  • How to craft a language objective.

Note: instructional strategies will not be covered in English Language Acquisition 101 or 102.

English Language Acquisition 103 will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. at OSSE, Bill Nye Training Room, Room 422. [Register] Space is limited and priority registration will be given to those who registered for English Language Acquisition 101 and/or 102. This workshop will guide participants in classroom strategies to instruct their ELs, and will review the CALLA method of comprehensible input instruction. Specifically, this session will cover:

  • The premise and usefulness of comprehensible input teaching methods like CALLA;
  • The components of a CALLA lesson; and
  • How to craft your own CALLA lesson.

For questions, please contact Anika Harris at Anika.Harris@dc.gov.


Special Topics in English Learner Programming Monthly Webinar: An Overview of the School Readiness Reflection Tool  (reminder)

OSSE is pleased to announce its first session of the Special Topics in English Learner Programming Monthly Webinar series for the 2018-19 school year, which will be held on the second Thursday of each month. All LEA and school-level administrators and English Learner Coordinators are invited to participate in this broadcast.

During the November 2018 webinar session, educators who support English learners (ELs) will be introduced to the School Readiness Reflection Tool, which was developed in a partnership among OSSE, the Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, and the Intercultural Development Research Association-South. The tool provides schools with Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) transition planning specific to supporting English learners with appropriate services and access to quality education. Specifically, this training will:

  1. Provide the background for the creation of the tool and offer reflections from its pilot during the 2017-18 school year.
  2. Review each of the tool’s 21 sections.
  3. Cover the method for LEAs and schools to evaluate their EL programs with the tool.
  4. Explain how to receive further training and assistance with the tool.

This webinar will take place on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, from 2-3 p.m. Register - registration is required.

For questions, please contact Anika Harris at Anika.Harris@dc.gov.


The Nuts and Bolts of Secondary Transition  (reminder)
 
Educators who understand the basics of transition planning increase their capacity to develop realistic postsecondary goals, provide individualized transition services, and maintain overall Indicator 13 compliance. This introductory training will provide a brief overview of the foundational theories that guide quality transition planning.
 
Participants will learn:

  • How to implement secondary transition best practices
  • Legal requirements for transition planning
  • How to create compliant secondary transition plans
  • How to capture this information within the Special Education Data System (SEDS)

Additionally, participants will receive information about interagency collaboration and become familiar with resources that can support transition plan development and implementation.
 
This introductory training was developed for special education teachers serving middle school and high school students who are new to transition planning.
 
This half-day training will be offered on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., and repeated on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Both sessions will take place at OSSE, 1050 First St. NE, Fifth Floor, Room 523. Space is limited and registration is required. Please register for one of the sessions.
 
For questions, please contact Jennifer Carpenter at Jennifer.Carpenter@dc.gov.


Response to Intervention: Foundations  (reminder)
 
Response to Intervention (RtI) is a school-based, multi-level prevention system of identification and intervention for students at academic or behavioral risk. OSSE’s Division of Teaching and Learning will hold an RtI training with the following focus:

  • RtI tiers;
  • Academic and behavioral instruction and intervention;
  • Progress monitoring and data analysis; and
  • Structured problem-solving. 

This training is open to LEA educators, administrators, and support staff who are interested in learning about RtI for the first time, or who would like a refresher. This training will be held on Monday, Nov. 19, 2018, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at OSSE, First Floor, Eleanor Holmes Norton Room I. Register

For more information or questions, please contact Angela Awonaike at Angela.Awonaike@dc.gov or (202) 481-3870.


Developing High-Quality Transition Plans for Middle School Learners  (reminder)
 
Effective July 1, 2018, District regulations require that the first IEP in effect after a child with a disability reaches age 14 includes transition assessments and services. This introductory training will prepare special education teachers and leaders serving middle school students to develop high-quality, age-appropriate transition plans that meet these requirements.
 
Participants will:

  • Understand the legal requirements and evidence-based practices for developing transition plans for middle school students;
  • Demonstrate the ability to write age-appropriate, individualized postsecondary goals for middle school students;
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop annual transition goals that are aligned with postsecondary goals;
  • Identify age-appropriate transition services that align with postsecondary goals; and
  • Understand how to design a multi-year course of study that is appropriate for middle school students and aligns with postsecondary goals.

This training was developed for special education teachers and leaders serving students in grades 6 through 9.
 
This half-day training will be offered on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., and repeated on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Both sessions will take place at OSSE, 1050 First St. NE, Fifth Floor, Room 523. Space is limited and registration is required. Please register for one of the sessions. Please bring a fully charged laptop to the session.
 
For questions, please contact Jennifer Carpenter at Jennifer.Carpenter@dc.gov.

Dates to Remember
OSSE Leadership Team and OSSE Contact Resources

OSSE Key Points of Contact for LEAs
OSSE Organizational Chart

OSSE will continue to update and redistribute these resources quarterly. If you have a question not addressed in these resources, please contact OSSE Communications at OSSE.Communications@dc.gov.
Subscribe to LEA Look Forward

To subscribe to OSSE's LEA Look Forward, please contact OSSE Communications at OSSE.Communications@dc.gov and provide your first name, last name, and email address.






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education · 1050 First St. NE · Third Floor · Washington, DC 20002 · USA