Oklahoma Avenue

330 21st Street NE Washington, DC 20002

(202) 629-2179

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Oklahoma Avenue

New Families: Please check out Family Connections for more information about AppleTree Schools:

The AppleTree Early Learning Oklahoma Avenue campus opened in 2011 to expand the options for strong early childhood education programs in Ward 7.  The school is located within the Kingman Park community, and we regularly partner with the St. Benedict the Moor church to use its large banquet space for special events such as the Winter Celebration and Stepping Up Ceremony.

Today, AppleTree’s Oklahoma Avenue campus is proud to serve 160 children in 8 classrooms. Oklahoma Avenue values family involvement, as we know it is an integral part of a student’s success in school. Families are given the opportunity to participate in their children’s classroom on a regular basis, and we have parent workshops and trainings at least once a month. Our families have developed strong relationships with each other and our Parents At AppleTree group is very active in planning activities and supporting the school.

In-Person School Tours

All AELPCS schools will hold in-person school tours by appointment only. Due to Covid-19, tours and enrollment appointments are at a maximum of 3-5 people at a time. Children are not permitted to attend these events.

  • All school tours will take place every other Friday beginning March 5th through June 4th from 9:30am – 11:30am.
  • In-person enrollment appointments are available every Tuesday from 9:00am – 1:00pm and every Thursday from 9:00am – 4:00pm.

If you are interested in attending one of these sessions, please contact the school manager, Danielle Jones, in advance to reserve your spot. Please reach out at danielle.jones@appletreeinstitute.org, or call the campus at (202) 629-2179.

 


Family Virtual Handbook SY20-21

Child Find Policy

Click here to view the Oklahoma Avenue meal menu for February 2021

AELPCS Anti-Bullying Policy

Visit AppleTree’s School Profile page at the Public Charter School Board to learn more about AppleTree’s Oklahoma Avenue campus.

Visit here for more information regarding Oklahoma Avenue’s School Meal Program.

View the Oklahoma Avenue 2019-2020 OSSE School Health Profile here

AppleTree Institute will not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, gender identity or sexual orientation, or age in its programs, activities, or employment.  The following AppleTree employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints related to alleged discrimination: Chief of Schools, Jamie Miles at jamie.miles@appletreeinstitute.org.

Meet the Principal

TERICA ALLEYNE

Terica Alleyne joins the AppleTree family for school year 2017-2018 as the Principal of the Oklahoma Avenue campus.  Ms. Alleyne comes to AppleTree with over 14 years of experience in the field of education. She began her career as an educator as a third and fourth grade teacher in New York City.  She relocated to the Washington DC area in 2005 where she served as a first grade and Kindergarten teacher. Over the past seven years she has been a school administrator primarily in early childhood. Within her career, Ms. Alleyne has been a founding leader at three different campuses within the same highly successful charter organization and truly understands the importance of creating a good foundation for students, families and staff.

Ms. Alleyne holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Policy Studies from Syracuse University, Masters of Science in Education from St. John’s University and Masters of Science in Educational Administration from Trinity Washington University. Ms. Alleyne is excited to bring her experience to the AppleTree family and more importantly to learn more from the AppleTree family.

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