Bard DC has a vibrant parent culture, with many opportunities to be engaged in the life of the school. If you are interested in the activities of the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) or the Local School Advisory Team (LSAT), please contact school administration, Principal Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dean Gloor (email@example.com), or Dean Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org). They can answer your questions and put you in touch with the PTSA or LSAT leadership.
The Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) is a vital school body, comprised of parents, teachers, staff, community members, and student leadership. The LSAT discusses school policies, data, budgets, and more, and makes recommendations to school leadership on these crucial topics.
For more information, click here: https://dcps.dc.gov/page/local-school-advisory-teams-lsat
To see the minutes from previous meetings, see below:
Bard DC is part of a national network of public, tuition-free early colleges led by Bard College. To keep you and your son or daughter informed and engaged with this work, we would like to be able to send you communications from time to time such as newsletters, special event invitations, or calls for volunteers. To opt-in to communications from the Bard Early College Network, please click here.
To provide a robust college course of study, Bard DC depends on generous financial support in addition to the resources made available by our public school partners. Please consider a gift of any amount today. Gifts may be directed to:
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100% of your gift, made through our partner Bard College, supports Bard Early College.
Gifts to the Remote Learning and Teaching Fund ensure BEC can respond adeptly to the most urgent operational needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Current efforts include providing technology – laptops and wireless access devices – to BEC students and families in financial need. Learn more about the Remote Learning and Teaching Fund and make a gift here.