Resources

Charter schools, including each of DC Prep’s campuses, are fully public schools – meaning that they are open to any student living in Washington and they operate on public dollars. There are no admissions tests or tuition fees at charter schools.

However, charters are freed from many of the rules that burden regular public schools. Charter schools have flexibility in the design of their school programs, their personnel decisions, and their resource allocation. In exchange for this freedom, public charter schools are held accountable for their school's performance including student achievement, organizational and fiscal management, and stakeholder satisfaction. For more information on charter schools, please refer to the organizations and associations listed below:

 
To view our school profile pages on the DC Public Charter School Board website, please choose from the campuses below: 
 
Citywide Resources for Meals (May Update). The city is finalizing its pandemic electronic benefits transfer program (P-EBT) to allow families who qualify for free & reduced meals to receive a $28.50 weekly benefit that can be used at grocery stores for the duration of school closures. District families with eligible children who have an EBT card for SNAP or TANF benefits will have P-EBT benefits automatically loaded onto their existing cards. Families without a card will be mailed an EBT card pre-loaded with benefits. Edgewood families who were not eligible for free or reduced meals in mid-March – if your income level has changed, you can complete a National School Lunch Program eligibility form and submit it to billings@dcprep.org. Click here for the eligibility form. If you need assistance to complete it, please contact your school’s operations manager (Mr. Liburd – EMC or Ms. Fernandez – EEC).
 
Recursos de la Ciudad para Comidas. La ciudad está finalizando su programa de transferencia de beneficios electrónicos por la pandemia (P-EBT) para permitirle a familias quiénes califican para las comidas gratis y reducidas para recibir $28.50 por semana y que pueden ser usados en las tiendas de abarrotes "grocery stores" durante la duración del cierre de escuelas. Las familias del Distrito con niños elegibles quiénes tengan una tarjeta de beneficios "EBT para SNAP o TANF tendrán los beneficios "P-EBT" automáticamente depositados en sus tarjetas existentes. Las familias sin una tarjeta recibirán en el correo una tarjeta "EBT" con los beneficios previamente depositados. Las familias de Edgewood quiénes no son elegibles para las comidas gratis o reducidas a mitad de marzo – si su nivel de salario ha cambiado, usted puede completar una solicitud de elegibilidad para el Programa Nacional de Almuerzos Escolares y entregarla a billings@dcprep.org. Haga clic aquí para obtener el formulario de elegibilidad. Si usted necesita asistencia para completarlo, por favor contacte a su gerente de operaciones de escuela (Mr. Liburd – EMC o Ms. Fernandez – EEC).
 

DC Prep 2019-20 School Year Family Resources

Family Handbook
Click here to view the SY19-20 Family Handbook.
Clic aquí para ver el Manual Familiar Año Escolar 19-20. 
 
Emergency Procedures 
Click here for an overview of DC Prep's emergency procedures. 

Uniform Policies and Pricing
Click here for information on DC Prep's grade-specific uniform policies, our preferred uniform vendor, and price points.
 
Family Calendars and School Supply Lists - 
DC Prep SY19-20 Organizational Calendar 
*(The SY19-20 calendar is subject to change as the school year progresses - for all individual campus and PrepNext events, as well up to date listings, please visit our Events webpage where you can filter by campus.)
• Edgewood Elementary Campus  |  EEC School Supply List 
• Edgewood Middle Campus  |  EMC School Supply List  
• Benning Elementary Campus  |  BEC School Supply List
• Benning Middle Campus  |  BMC School Supply List
• Anacostia Elementary Campus  |  AEC School Supply List

Campus Health Profiles and Additional School Information

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DC Prep SY19-20 Menus

DC Prep partners with Revolution Foods to serve students healthy, nutritious meals. Revolution Foods’ Culinary Center is a peanut and tree nut-free facility. Revolution Foods tracks for the eight major allergens: dairy, wheat, soy, egg, peanut, tree nut, fish, and shellfish. If your student is susceptible to these or has other special dietary needs, please reach out to the Operations Manager at your child’s campus.


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