PARENTS

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Two of the three days of our parent-teacher conferences are done, with one left on Tuesday, November 24 between 8:00 am and 3:30 pm. As with the other days, there will be only asynchronous work on the 24th.

Scheduling goes through a new online scheduling system, PickAtime, which is easy to use and makes scheduling for multiple children particularly convenient. Please use the guide to the right to learn how to create your account and schedule your conferences.

Please check your email for more detailed information, including your child’s personal ID, necessary for logging in to the system.

HealthCheck App

HealthCheck is our Latin-only app for logging student health data. It is secure, easy to use, and open only to Latin parents. To establish your account, please use this link. Learn more about the app, establishing your account, and entering data on this short video. Questions? Email us!

Quick Start Guides
Quick Start Guides for Distance Learning

Middle School – Grades 5-8

Upper School – Grades 9-12

Guide for parents to login to PowerSchool and Unified Classroom

Zoom Backgrounds – photos for our Latin community! (More to come!)

1:1 Technology Program
Latin will provide a Chromebook (think basic laptop) to each enrolled student for the 2020-21 school year. 

This is often called a “one-to-one” or “1:1” technology program (1 computer for every student). These Chromebooks are the property of the school but will “live” with our students during both distance learning and when we are back on campus. Here we describe how we will get everyone a Chromebook and answer some questions. READ MORE

Latin Faculty Directory

Seeing teachers’ faces on Zoom is one thing, but we want to make sure you have all their information! Check out our new Faculty directory to get email addresses and see their faces.

HealthCheck App

HealthCheck is our Latin-only app for logging student health data. It is secure, easy to use, and open only to Latin parents. To establish your account, please use this link. Learn more about the app, establishing your account, and entering data on this short video. Questions? Email us!

Quick Start Guides
Quick Start Guides for Distance Learning

Middle School – Grades 5-8

Upper School – Grades 9-12

Guide for parents to login to PowerSchool and Unified Classroom

Zoom Backgrounds – photos for our Latin community! (More to come!)

1:1 Technology Program
Latin will provide a Chromebook (think basic laptop) to each enrolled student for the 2020-21 school year. 

This is often called a “one-to-one” or “1:1” technology program (1 computer for every student). These Chromebooks are the property of the school but will “live” with our students during both distance learning and when we are back on campus. Here we describe how we will get everyone a Chromebook and answer some questions. READ MORE

Latin Faculty Directory

Seeing teachers’ faces on Zoom is one thing, but we want to make sure you have all their information! Check out our new Faculty directory to get email addresses and see their faces.

Communication Guide
Communications Guide

Read about the ways we communicate with parents.

Key Contacts

Important contact information for senior leadership and administration.

Communcations Archive

Read past issues of the Legenda and DeFacto.

Sumus Leones Newspaper

Read the newest issue of the student newspaper.

 

New-to-Latin Families

Check out our information page, New-to-Latin Families, which will help guide you in your transition to Latin! 

Free & Reduced Meals

Applications for Free and Reduced Meals (FARMs) are available now for the 2020-21 school year. You may fill out this form or print it to complete on paper. Either way, the PDF file should be e-mailed to Martita Fleming for confirmation of eligibility. Remember that you must re-apply even if you were eligible last year; please contact Ms. Fleming with questions. Haga clic aquí para ver el formulario en español.

Parent Meetings

Latin Cafe 11/19/20 – View the meeting recording and the presentation slides

5th Grade Family Tutorial 9/30/20 – View the meeting recording, presentation slides.and read the chat.

Parent meeting on Chemistry Lab Safety and the HealthCheck app 9/14/20 – View the meeting recording and the presentation slides.

Parent Fora on our Distance Learning model 7/24/20 – View the recording of the meeting and view the slides.

Communication Guide
Communications Guide

Read about the ways we communicate with parents.

Key Contacts

Important contact information for senior leadership and administration.

Communcations Archive

Read past issues of the Legenda and DeFacto.

Sumus Leones Newspaper

Read the newest issue of the student newspaper.

 

Parent Zoom meetings

Latin Cafe 11/19/20 – View the meeting recording and the presentation slides

5th Grade Family Tutorial 9/30/20 – View the meeting recording and the presentation slides.

Parent meeting on Chemistry Lab Safety and the HealthCheck app 9/14/20 – View the meeting recording and the presentation slides.

Parent Fora on our Distance Learning model 7/24/20 – watch the recording of the meeting and view the slides.

New-to-Latin Families

Check out our information page, New-to-Latin Families, which will help guide you in your transition to Latin! 

Free & Reduced Meals

Applications for Free and Reduced Meals (FARMs) are available now for the 2020-21 school year. You may fill out this form or print it to complete on paper. Either way, the PDF file should be e-mailed to Martita Fleming for confirmation of eligibility. Remember that you must re-apply even if you were eligible last year; please contact Ms. Fleming with questions. Haga clic aquí para ver el formulario en español.

PowerSchool
Athletics Program
Athletics Program and Policies 2019-20

At Washington Latin, we believe in the value of athletics for the entire student body. Coaches feel the responsibility not only to teach their players the skills and strategy behind the game but also to instill respect for the tradition of the game including honorable behavior. Learning to honor the game builds a sense of responsibility.

READ MORE

Support the school!
Show Your Pride

Save a volunteer a call – donate or subscribe now to Latin Pride, our annual all-school fundraising campaign.

Support the Arts at Latin

Join us for the Cocktail Concert at the end of September!

School Store

Purchase school swag and support our Equal Access Fund!

Supply Lists for All Grades
Health & Meals Forms
Health Forms

Health forms required for all students each year.

Free & Reduced Meals (FARMs) Forms

Complete this form to receive financial aid for student fees, including lunch, MAGIS, bus, and more. 

MAGIS Afterschool
MAGIS Afterschool Program for MS Students

Washington Latin’s MAGIS Afterschool Program is offered to middle school students and operates from 3:20 pm to 6:00 pm, Monday-Thursday.  The program is not offered on Fridays, school holidays nor half-days.  Students may enroll for 1 to 4 days per week per session or for the entire year. Drop-in is also possible, though we may not be able to accommodate students joining a particular program as it is offered on as an as-is basis.READ MORE

Vist the MAGIS page for more details.

Transportation Updates
Kids Ride Free Update 2019-20

Learn more about the SmarTrip card distribution for the fall.

Latin Chartered Bus Service 2019-20

Learn more about our bus service, including routes and fees. *Families can receive financial aid; contact us to learn more*

Uniform Policy & Purchasing
Uniform Policy 2019-20

Washington Latin PCS believes that appearance and neatness are important and requires students to meet the highest standards of dress and deportment. We believe parents are our partners in ensuring that students come to school each day well groomed. We require all students to wear uniforms and adhere to the Dress Code at all times while in the school building and at school-sponsored functions.

READ MORE

Attendance Policy
Attendance Policy 2019-20

Philosophy – Attendance Matters! Consistent attendance in school plays a vital role in every student’s academic success and contribution to our community. We want all students at school as much as possible, so they can make the most of the educational opportunities offered in middle and high school. Benefits for the students include:

• Better academic results (immediately and over the long-term)
• More positive attitude about school
• Higher self-confidence
• Good habits that serve students throughout their education and beyond

READ MORE

Community Service

Check out these resource lists of virtual community service opportunities:

JustServe

Ward 4 Mutual Aid

Meal Pack Challenge (AARP)

DCPS

College Transitions

American University

Latin Peer Tutoring

Don’t forget to have your verification paperwork signed and submitted to Ms. Nunn!

Supply Lists for All Grades
Health & Meals Forms
Health Forms

Health forms required for all students each year.

Free & Reduced Meals (FARMs) Forms

Complete this form to receive financial aid for student fees, including lunch, MAGIS, bus, and more. 

MAGIS Afterschool
MAGIS Afterschool Program for MS Students

Washington Latin’s MAGIS Afterschool Program is offered to middle school students and operates from 3:20 pm to 6:00 pm, Monday-Thursday.  The program is not offered on Fridays, school holidays nor half-days.  Students may enroll for 1 to 4 days per week per session or for the entire year. Drop-in is also possible, though we may not be able to accommodate students joining a particular program as it is offered on as an as-is basis.READ MORE

Vist the MAGIS page for more details.

Transportation Updates
Kids Ride Free Update 2019-20

Learn more about the SmarTrip card distribution for the fall.

Latin Chartered Bus Service 2019-20

Learn more about our bus service, including routes and fees. *Families can receive financial aid; contact us to learn more*

Uniform Policy & Purchasing
Uniform Policy 2019-20

Washington Latin PCS believes that appearance and neatness are important and requires students to meet the highest standards of dress and deportment. We believe parents are our partners in ensuring that students come to school each day well groomed. We require all students to wear uniforms and adhere to the Dress Code at all times while in the school building and at school-sponsored functions.

READ MORE

Attendance Policy
Attendance Policy 2019-20

Philosophy – Attendance Matters! Consistent attendance in school plays a vital role in every student’s academic success and contribution to our community. We want all students at school as much as possible, so they can make the most of the educational opportunities offered in middle and high school. Benefits for the students include:

• Better academic results (immediately and over the long-term)
• More positive attitude about school
• Higher self-confidence
• Good habits that serve students throughout their education and beyond

READ MORE

Community Service

Check out these resource lists of virtual community service opportunities:

JustServe

Ward 4 Mutual Aid

Meal Pack Challenge (AARP)

DCPS

College Transitions

American University

Latin Peer Tutoring

Don’t forget to have your verification paperwork signed and submitted to Ms. Nunn!