Volleyball Clinics for all young ladies interested in trying out this Tuesday-Thursday 4:30-6:30pm. Monday, July 29th’s session has been cancelled. Please find the waiver for clinic participants here. Volleyball Tryouts will be Saturday, August 3rd, 11am-2:30pm. Lastly, student managers are needed. If interested, please email email@example.com.
There will be a mandatory meeting for all students and parents interested or currently on the team this Wednesday, July 31, 2019. We will begin promptly at 7:00pm. Coaches will be introduced, forms completed, schedules, and student academic eligibility discussed.
This student-led event is calling for support due to the demeaning, infuriating, and terrifying incidents our girls often face on the way to and from school. Our young women voiced their concerns and experiences and wanted a platform to do something about it. JOIN US IN SOLIDARITY TO SUPPORT FEMALE STUDENTS IN SAFE PASSAGE FREE […]
THANK YOU @nationals for your partnership giving our students at Richard Wright Public Charter Schools for Journalism and Media Arts @rwpcsroxie an in-depth look at sports journalism and media production in Major League Baseball! Students had the excellent opportunity to speak with @dankolko and @therealboporter from NatsXtra, the Pre/Post-Game Show hosts on @masnnationals and get […]
The Richard Wright Dynasty Dancer Company put on a stunning show last night at the Miracle Theatre to the delight of the audience of parents, students, members of the community, and school supporters. Kudos to the students and staff for a wonderful performance. Thank you so much Dr. Maurice A Butler for capturing the power and brilliance […]
Through the amazing help of members and leadership of the Rotary Club of DC and Rotary District 7620, Richard Wright Public Charter School for Journalism and Media Arts chartered the Rotary Interact Club with a record number of 40 outstanding young leaders! Well aligned with the mission of Richard Wright, this inaugural club at Richard […]
WE ARE SO PROUD of OUR Richard Wright Students, 10th Graders, McKenzie Turner and Amora Campbell for their outstanding presentations at the One World Education Ambassador Challenge. McKenzie’s story is highlighted in the Washington Post article by columnist Petula Dvorak. This exemplifies why we do what we do as a journalism and media arts school […]
The Woman’s National Democratic Club (WDNC) Educational Foundation extended a warm and generous welcome to the young women of Richard Wright Public Charter School for Journalism and Media Arts for International Women’s Day 2019. The theme of International Women’s Day 2019 was #BalanceforBetter, a call for action to build a gender-balanced world. With the WDNC’s motto “From the Right to […]
Smiles, laughter & energy inspired by GREATNESS! Richard Wright Public Charter School for Journalism and Media Arts students had the honor of meeting political leader Ms. Stacey Abrams during the The Brookings Institution Black History Month event, “A conversation with Stacey Abrams: Race and political power in the United States” moderated by Jelani Cobb. Discussing […]
RWPCS showed up big at the EdFEST – the District’s annual public school fair – on Saturday, December 8 at DC Armory (2001 E. Capitol St SE)! Staff members and students spoke to several interested families about the many reasons why they should become a part of the RWPCS Family! We value the art of […]
The Powerschool Parent/Student Portal is now available for viewing of real time grades. Emails were sent to parents with information needed to access your student’s current grades and attendance through Richard Wright’s Parent Portal. You will be able to securely view real-time student attendance, grades, detailed assignment descriptions, and even personal messages from the teacher. Please visit the […]
The first day of school for the 2018-2019 school year is quickly approaching. Our entire school community is very humbled yet excited about this year’s possibilities. We would like to take a moment to thank you for your cooperation and diligence in meeting the necessary deadlines for enrollment. If there is something listed that needs […]
Kids Ride Free Distribution Events Beginning October 1, 2018, students will no longer be able to use their DC One Cards to access public transportation. Students who use Metrorail, Metrobus, or the DC Circulator to get to and from school and school-related activities will need to obtain a new Kids Ride Free SmarTrip card. Get Your Card Early Students can attend one Kids Ride Free SmartTrip card distribution […]