Wilson Feeder Pattern Education Network Meeting Recap

DCPS Chief Operating Officer Carla Watson, Chief of Family and Public Engagement Shanita Burney, and members from each of their DCPS teams met with the Ward 3/Wilson High School Feeder Pattern Education Network on Wednesday 5/3 to discuss school crowding. We shared data on enrollment, facility capacity, and population projections, and put some preliminary solutions ideas on the table for discussion.

We had a rich conversation about the parent and community perspective on school crowding, and some initial thoughts on how to address it in the short and long term. The presentation and meeting notes are below, and the first Community Working Group meeting around crowding in the Wilson HS feeder pattern will be on May 16th at Stoddert ES.

Many thanks to Principal Martin and Brian Doyle for hosting us!

Ward 3/Wilson Feeder Education Network Presentation

Ward 3/Wilson Feeder Education Network Meeting Notes

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One thought on “Wilson Feeder Pattern Education Network Meeting Recap

  1. Darlene July 19, 2017 / 4:48 am

    I find that that Wilson High School is way over crowed and I see that the over crowding is costing a lot of confusion. Wilson is over it’s capacity and it’s it’s so over crowed that every child don’t get to eat lunch, they have a lot of disturbing in the class room and it definitely not enough lockers for the kids so that leaves them to totes books from class to class, and I think that Wilson can do better which would help the kids do better if it wasn’t so over crowed. Thank you for allowing me to state what I see and feel, a concern parent.

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