Officials with DC Public Schools sent out a notice with new details on the number of COVID cases among students and staff across the district Wednesday.
Some parents in the D.C region are asking their school districts, what’s the plan for breakfast and lunch whenever kids gather inside of school buildings to eat without wearing a mask?
With growing concerns surrounding the delta variant of COVID-19 and recent changes in some mask mandates, there are questions about whether school districts within the D.C. region are ready to handle more families who want virtual learning for their child, instead of in-person.
With a highly anticipated school year just weeks away, on Friday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that vaccinated teachers and students don't need to wear masks inside school buildings, relaxing its COVID-19 guidelines.
As D.C. Public Schools continues to plan for an in-person reopening for most elementary school students, principals, through their union and in a letter to families, say the plan to reassign some middle and high school staff members to elementary school-based virtual learning classrooms will hurt older students.
Some D.C. students at select schools will return to the classroom for in-person education this week and throughout October, District officials announced on Monday.
Here's a look at what schools in D.C., Maryland and Virginia have planned for the upcoming year.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is set to announce that schools will re-open with both in-person and virtual learning this year.
A video depicting child pornography was briefly broadcast during a Monday night meeting of the D.C. Public Charter School Board, a recent example of what law enforcement have called "Zoom bombing."
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has closed all schools in the district for the remainder of the school year.
“We just felt like that my son wasn’t going to come back,” the mom of a kid mistakenly released from a D.C. school tells FOX 5.
A District of Columbia Public Schools staff member is accused of sexually abusing a student at a Northwest middle school and advocates say a lack of transparency in the District is part of the problem.
Advocates are questioning the transparency of DC schools in sexual abuse cases.
Speechless — that’s how students and faculty members described their feelings after their smoke test of The Ellen Degeneres Show.
A man identified by court records as a sex offender briefly kidnapped two children from Rocketship Rise Academy in Southeast on October 11, according to police, but the school didn't inform parents about the incident until Tuesday.
In a heartfelt tribute posted to social media, D.C. Public Schools remembers three students and three teachers lost on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack.
Summer is coming to an end, kids are heading back to school, and unfortunately, that means traffic will be returning to the D.C. area too.
Two sources tell FOX 5 D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Dr. Lewis Ferebee told a small group of parents Tuesday that 30 percent of staff have background checks that are out of compliance.
This week a number of schools in the D.C.-metro area were honored as 'National Blue Ribbon' award winners.
FOX 5's Marina Marraco reports.