PUBLIC INFORMATION

As a DC public charter school, Washington Global Public Charter School is accountable to residents of the District of Columbia through the DC Public Charter School Board’s oversight of our charter school operations.  The Public Charter School Board’s performance management framework (PMF) holds our school accountable to providing excellence in education for our students.

Following the DC Public Charter School Board’s transparency standards, below are links to key documents about the operations of Washington Global. 

Non-Discrimination Statement

Washington Global Public Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its program and activities.  Washington Global PCS also prohibits discrimination in its programs and activities with regard to religion, ethnicity, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, familial status, source of income, or other status protected by applicable law.

Washington Global Public Charter School is an equal opportunity employer, and is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in recruitment, hiring, training and development, promotion, termination, compensation and all other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.  In accordance with federal and DC laws, Washington Global PCS does not discriminate with regard to employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sex, age marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, family responsibilities, political affiliation, disability, matriculation, veteran status, or other protected status under applicable law.

HEALTHY SCHOOLS ACT – LEAD TESTING RESULTS

Please click here for the results posted in accordance with the Healthy Schools Act of 2010, which requires public schools and public charter schools to locate all drinking water sources, install and maintain filters for reducing lead at all drinking water sources, post conspicuous signs on water sources that are not drinking water sources that communicate that the water should not be used for cooking or consumed, test all drinking water sources for lead annually, if a test result shows that a drinking water source’s lead concentration exceeds 5 parts per billion, shut off the drinking water source within 24 hours after receiving the test result, determine remediation steps, publicize the test results and remediation steps, and post information about the test results and remediation efforts online, and publish a list of drinking water sources with information about filters, testing, and maintenance.