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Friendship PCS - Armstrong Elementary

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Principal

Khabria Cowan

School Overview

Grades Served

PK3 - Grade 3

2020 - 2021

Title I Status

Yes

A Title I school is a school that receives federal funds to support students from low-income backgrounds in learning and achieving at high levels.

Local Education Agency

Friendship PCS

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2019 Star Rating

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Message from the School

Friendship Armstrong's mission is to provide a world-class education that motivates students to achieve high academic standards, enjoy learning, and develop as ethical, literate, well-roundedand self-sufficient citizens who contribute actively to their communities. Our shared values are integrity, responsibility, confidence, caring, commitment, patience, persistence, and respect.

Parent Organization and Contact Information

Parent organizations provide opportunities for parents and families to directly interact with the school on a variety of issues. Parent Organization Representative contact and school policy information is linked below.

Parent Organization Representative

Tamika Maultsby

tmaultsby@friendshipschools.org

Parent Organization

Yes

Link to website

Student Population

The enrollment on each school's profile reflects the number of students ever-enrolled in the school throughout the prior school year, which is validated by each school at the close of the school year. This data may be different from the point in time count taken in October called the annual enrollment audit.

Total Student Enrollment


338

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity


American Indian/Alaskan

1%

Asian

0%

Black/African-American

97%

Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

0%

Hispanic/Latino, any race

2%

Two or more races

0%

White

0%

Enrollment by Grade Level


Enrollment by Student Groups


School Offerings

School Program Information


  • Arts Integration
  • Extended Day
  • School Garden

Extracurricular Activities


This list is provided by the school and represents activities highlighted by the school, not a comprehensive list of all activities

  • STEM Club
  • Book Club
  • Photography Club
  • Girls on the Run
  • Art Club
  • Cheerleading
  • Football
  • Step Team
  • Spanish Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Sign Language Club
  • Basketball

Physical Activity time


Physical activity time reflects the school’s average minutes per week of student physical activity within both the physical education class and recess. This data is reported by the school as required through the Healthy Schools Act School Health Profile.

Grades K-5:

50 Minutes/week

Logistics

School hours

Monday

07:55am - 03:30pm

Tuesday

07:55am - 03:30pm

Wednesday

07:55am - 03:30pm

Thursday

07:55am - 03:30pm

Friday

07:55am - 03:30pm

Before/After School Care

If before/after school care is offered the options for costs are: Free, Sliding Scale/Voucher, or Fee. Contact the school for more information.

Before School care

Offered?

Yes

Cost

Sliding Scale/Voucher

After School care

Offered?

Yes

Cost

Sliding Scale/Voucher

School Uniforms Required

Yes

Metro Bus

80, 90, 92, 96, G2, P6, X3

Metro Rail

Mt Vernon Sq -7th St- Convention Center, NoMa-Gallaudet U New York Ave Station

Finance

2020 Per-pupil expenditures


$21,348

Per-pupil expenditures represent the average amount of money spent on educating each student. In other words, this value represents the total amount of actual school expenditures divided by the number of students in the school. Information is provided to show the school, the LEA, and the DC average for per-pupil expenditures.

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2020 Per-pupil expenditures by entity


View the Local Education Agency Report for this school or the DC Report.