DCPS Summer Bridge for Grades 3
DC Public Schools (DCPS) will offer a special in-person program for students this summer. To help our students as they transition into the next school year, DCPS will hold a Summer Bridge program for Langley ES students entering grades 3.
Summer Bridge will take place in-person at schools for two weeks, as long as health conditions allow.
The dates and times, with lunch provided, are:
• Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
• Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Summer Bridge 2020 for grades 3, 6, and 9 will be an introduction to what school life will be like as DCPS moves to a hybrid learning model due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students will build relationships as they engage in a variety of academic and social-emotional learning activities designed to prepare them for success as they transition to the next grade. Students will be introduced to new health protocols, including social distancing, and masks will be provided daily and required at all times.
Read more about how we are keeping students and staff safe in the Summer Bridge FAQ.
Students must be enrolled in their DCPS school for SY20-21 before signing up for Summer Bridge. Visit enrolldcps.dc.gov to complete that step. DCPS Summer Bridge is subject to change depending on public health conditions.
Students entering grades 3, 6, or 9 in SY20-21 can enroll using this link:
If you have questions, please contact your school or email SummerBridge@k12.dc.gov.
Dear Parents and Families of Langley Elementary School,
As we begin to look toward School Year 2020-2021, I am excited to announce that Kristina Kellogg has been selected as the next principal of Langley Elementary School. I want to thank Langley families and community members for participating in this process and providing compelling feedback in the selection of our new school leader.
As a proud Washingtonian and product of DC Public Schools, Kristina Kellogg brings 19 years of education experience to her work in DCPS. Kristina earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of the District of Columbia, her M.Ed in Elementary Administration at Concordia University, and has completed field studies at American University. After earning the Presidential Math and Science Teaching Award, Kristina was a member of the Teacher Advisory Council for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for two consecutive years and most recently participated in the first DCPS Leadership and Innovation Program for Assistant Principals.
Kristina has served DCPS in many capacities over the years which include, a highly effective elementary teacher, a STEM coordinator that enhanced teaching and learning, and a Math Instructional Coach that developed teacher best practices. Most recently, Kristina was Assistant Principal of John Burroughs ES while performing duties as the interim principal at Langley ES from August through November 2019.
I am confident that under the leadership of Principal Kellogg the next phase of excellence at Langley Elementary School will guide our scholars to continued development and success. I look forward to supporting Principal Kellogg and the entire Tiger community in preparation for the next school year. Should you have any questions, please contact me via email at Elizabeth.Namba@k12.dc.gov.
Instructional Superintendent, Cluster III
Thank you for nominating and voting on staff, parents/guardians & community members to serve on the Principal Selection Cmte!
This group will review the results from the Langley School Community Survey & use that information to develop the questions to ask the candidates next Weds. June 3rd.
Langley's DCPS Community Panel Roster SY20-21
Community Panel Roster:
Alternates (These individuals take part in everything *except* the online feedback at the end, unless they end up having to fill in for a candidate above who cannot attend the interview due to illness or emergency)
Dear Langley Families -