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FW: UPDATE: D.C. Public Schools Summer Schools to Be Closed Tomorrow

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    GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Executive Office of the Mayor Office of Communications [cid:image003.png@01CD579C.890B3460] MEDIA UPDATE FOR IMMEDIATE
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 1, 2012
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      GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

      Executive Office of the Mayor

      Office of Communications

      MEDIA UPDATE

       

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sunday, July 1, 2012

       

      CONTACTS:     Pedro Ribeiro (EOM) (202) 481-3095; pedro.ribeiro@... 
      Rob Marus (EOM) (202) 481-3095; robert.marus@...

      Robyn Johnson (HSEMA) (202) 481-3095; robyn.johnson@...
      Gwendolyn Crump (MPD) (202) 481-3095; gwendolyn.crump@...

      George Williams (DCPL) (202) 481-3095; george.williams2@...

       

      D.C. Public Schools Summer Schools to Be Closed Tomorrow 

       

      (WASHINGTON, D.C.) D.C. Public Schools (DCPS) officials have announced that, as a result of the major storm that hit the area on Friday night, DCPS schools will be closed tomorrow, Monday, July 2nd. Students and staff assigned to summer school should not report. Moreover, DCPS schools will not be open for use by other community-based organizations (CBOs) or programs, including Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) participants, on July 2nd.

       

      DCPS administrative sites will remain open, and those employees should report work as usual. In addition, essential personnel should report to school as they normally do. Other school-based staff members (non-essential employees) are not required to report to school.

       

      Early tomorrow, DCPS officials will continue to assess the condition of DCPS schools to determine if normal operations will resume on Tuesday, July 3rd.

       

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