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From The Principal’s Desk – AY21-22

Greetings Ellington Community!

Welcome to the last few days of SY21-22! What a year it has been. I appreciate all of your hard work and dedication as we celebrated our return to in-person learning and performances! THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL for students is Friday, JUNE 24, and Monday, June 27 for teachers!

On Saturday, we celebrated the Class of 2022 at our Graduation Ceremony. Thank you so much to all of the families who came out to show our graduates how proud of them we are! Collectively, the Class of 2022 received over $9 million in college scholarships and grants. The ceremony was truly inspiring and a true testament to the resilience of our Class of 2022.

You can click this link to view photos from our inspiring Graduation Ceremony. To read the program, click here. Also if you haven’t gotten the link for prom pictures yet, you can view those here.

DIPLOMA PICK-UP – Seniors can pick up their diplomas from the Main Office on Thursday, June 23 – Friday, June 24 from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. and Monday, June 27 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

DCPS DEVICES DROP OFF – GRADES 9-11 – It’s mandatory that ALL students return their DCPS Devices & Chargers. It’s imperative that grades 9-11 bring their DCPS-issued devices to school tomorrow and Friday. You can drop off your devices in room 266 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. If you need to drop them off after 4:00 p.m., please bring them to the Main Office.

HONOR ROLL CEREMONY – Tomorrow there will be an internal school-wide Honor Roll Ceremony for students in grades 9-11. Please report to the Theatre at 10:00 a.m. Students are encouraged to dress nicely and must follow the school’s dress code.

SIX FLAGS TRIP – POSTPONED! – Our trip to Six Flags today was postponed due to inclement weather. We know you all were looking forward to this opportunity so we’ve decided to postpone the trip to Friday, June 24. We’ll send out additional details this week.

That’s it for now! Thank you for your attention to the details and opportunities for students below! Stay safe, and see you this week!


Principal Sandi M. Logan

“Whether it’s freedom to express, freedom to live, freedom to earn, freedom to thrive, freedom to learn, whatever it is, I want to make sure that I’m a part of these spaces and opening doors” – Angela Rye

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