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Saturday Morning Yoga

OSSE will host a Tier 1 classroom strategies two-part training series for teachers and school teams. In the Part 1 workshop, participants will learn how to implement basic Tier 1 classroom management strategies by focusing on bolstering systems and procedures in their classrooms. The training will review:  Tier 1 Classroom Checklist Clear expectations Consistent procedures…

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With the Districts poverty and mental health stats, violent crimes and assaults on a rise, marginalized communities find it challenging to access services that adequately address their pain and bring resolution to their existing circumstances. With a 6-month waiting list for trauma services offered by agencies like the Wendt Center–families are living in isolation with…

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Now in its 13th season, Jazz on Jackson Place has presented musicians from around the world, including major artists from the U.S., China, Spain, Argentina, Russia, and Brazil. The series is curated by Burnett Thompson. The series is regularly sold out and has become a must-see in the hot D.C. summer music scene.  *** Featured…

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Season tickets will be available until Thursday, June 6th at 5:00pm. To purchase season tickets, please click here. Season tickets include admission for our June (details below), July, and August events.  *** Now in its 13th season, Jazz on Jackson Place has presented musicians from around the world, including major artists from the U.S., China, Spain, Argentina, Russia, and…

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Now in its 13th season, Jazz on Jackson Place has presented musicians from around the world, including major artists from the U.S., China, Spain, Argentina, Russia, and Brazil. The series is curated by Burnett Thompson. The series is regularly sold out and has become a must-see in the hot D.C. summer music scene.  *** Featured…

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Ray Barker, archivist of special collections, DC Public Library, with Andrew White, jazz/R&B multi-instrumentalist, musicologist, and publisher Washington, DC is known for its museums, which collectively attract millions of visitors from around the world. Yet Washington also has a rich history of local art spaces that have showcased art made here in the city; several…

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