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Organizational Transparency

In accordance with the DC Public Charter School Board’s School Transparency Policy, below is key information covering the operations of E.L. Haynes Public Charter School.

Board of Trustees

The E.L. Haynes Board of Trustees makes critical decisions pertaining to management, facilities, finance, and fundraising and serves in the role of School Board. Our senior staff translates vision into practice and guides the strategic direction of the school. All Board of Trustees meetings are open to the public.

Board Meeting Minutes and Recordings

SY2020-2021

July 23, 2020
Board Meeting Minutes

August 18, 2020
Board Meeting Minutes 

September 24, 2020
Board Meeting Minutes 

October 20, 2020
Public Notice
Board Meeting Minutes
Recording

December, 3 2020
Public Notice of Meeting
Recording
Draft Minutes

January 26, 2021

February 25, 2021

March 23, 2021

April 22, 2021

May 25, 2021

Key Staff Contact Information

Chair, Board of Trustees
Josh Edelman
jedelman@elhaynes.org

Vice Chair and Parent Trustee, Board of Trustees
Lisa Waller
lwaller@elhaynes.org

Title IX Coordinator
Vanessa Carlo-Miranda
vcarlomiranda@elhaynes.org

McKinney-Vento Homeless Coordinator
Adriana Salcedo
asalcedo@elhaynes.org

Special Education Coordinator
Maria Boyer
mboyer@elhaynes.org

School Finances

Description of At-Risk Funding Plans

In the school year 2018-2019, approximately 42 percent (474 students in grades Pre-K3-12) of E.L. Haynes students were identified as “at-risk” and, therefore, the school received funds for those students in accordance with the D.C. Uniform Per Student Funding Formula (UPSFF). E.L. Haynes currently projects that a similar proportion of our student body will be identified as at-risk for the school year 2019-20. E.L. Haynes plans to use this at-risk funding to help support multiple programs that target our most vulnerable student populations, including a robust wellness program that provides direct services to students from social workers, counselors, and therapists; year-round intersession programming during October, February, June, and July which provide students academic support, enrichment, and a credit recovery program at the high school; and an extended day program at our elementary and middle school campuses.

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