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| Today, concerning |
| The proposed charter school |
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There is an article in the WaPo today
on the proposed charter school
that we have all been tracking for the last few years.
In particular, the article has
Last night’s decision came too late for SAIL, whose board of directors voted two weeks ago to close its upper school, affecting students in grades 8 to 11. SAIL, which also serves students in kindergarten through seventh grade, had to move out of its location on H Street NW, where the older students were.
Because SAIL could not settle on financing for its new facility on Ninth Street NW and the Fletcher-Johnson option was still pending, its board of directors decided
two weeks ago to sell the Ninth Street property and close the upper school.
(The above is also in the deadtree version of today’s WaPo.)
Also, don’t forget the meeting on the 24th with Jack Evans.
–>The start for the meeting will be 7:00, not 7:30
More details in this weekend’s email and newsletter.