D.C. Public Schools: Principal Not Fired for Being GayThe head of D.C.'s public schools says the firing of a well-known principal had nothing to do with his coming out at a Pride Day event earlier this year.
D.C. Releases New Set of Proposed School Boundaries D.C. officials have released new proposed public school boundaries after previous proposals that would replace neighborhood schools drew widespread resistance.
Wilson High Students Rally Against Westboro Baptist Church's Anti-Gay ProtestWilson High School students are planning to counter protest the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church demonstration.
Knife Fight, Threat Force Students to Shelter in Place at D.C. High SchoolStudents at a high school in the District were ordered to shelter in place Tuesday afternoon after a knife fight broke out at the school, authorities said.
Wilson High School Evacuated Following Chemical Spill At PoolWilson High School in northwest Washington was evacuated Wednesday morning after a chemical spill at an aquatic center next door.
Wilson DQ Gives Anacostia High Chance at Turkey Bowl GoldAfter a surprising turn of events, Academies at Anacostia will get a chance to revive their season by playing for the city title in D.C.’s Turkey Bowl on Thursday, and win their first championship in seventeen years.
Former Cheerleading Coach Pleads Guilty to Sexual Relationship with TeenA former cheerleading coach and educational aide at Wilson High School has pleaded guilty to having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old male student from another school.
D.C. Police Seeks Info From Public On Reports Of Adult Male Enticing MinorsThe Metropolitan Police Department is investigating what are believed to be related reports of an adult white male attempting to entice minors and seeking information from anyone who may have experienced or witnessed similar behavior.
Locations For Spoiled Food Collection In Washington, D.C.Many people find themselves reluctantly discarding meats and poultry, which the FDA suggests can be healthily frozen for up to 12 months, but trash collection in many neighborhoods is not until later in the week.

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