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“nobody responded to YouthBuild’s REI”

See this short-and-sweet report by Washington City Paper Housing Complex reporter Lydia DePillis on YouthBuild Public Charter School’s recent Request for Expressions of Interest (REI) for a partner to develop the upper floors of the JF Cook School. So are … Continue reading

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Who responded to YouthBuild’s RFI?

Recall that the Request for Information (RFI) from YouthBuild Public Charter School for the redevelopment of the JF Cook School had a deadline of one week ago today – Monday, August 29, 2011 — for responses to its RFI. As … Continue reading

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YouthBuild/LAYC: Call for a voluntary agreement for the Cook School redevelopment

See this second 01/28/2011 message from Bloomingdale resident Angie Rodgers: Call for A Voluntary Agreement for the Cook School Redevelopment Since the December 10th DC Council public roundtable about the proposed redevelopment of the Cook School, YouthBuild and LAYC have … Continue reading

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YouthBuild/LAYC canvassing the JF Cook School neighborhood this weekend

See this 01/28/2011 message from Bloomingdale resident Angie Rodgers: YouthBuild and LAYC stakeholders will be out in the neighborhood surrounding the Cook School this weekend to continue the dialogue with neighbors about the proposed redevelopment. We continue to hear concerns … Continue reading

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LAYC/YouthBuild commentary at the Greater Greater Washington blog

Neighborhood resident Malcolm Kenton has posted an entry at the Greater Greater Washington blog at the LAYC/Youthbuild proposed project for the J.F. Cook School. Truxton Circle charter school comes down to the wire by Malcolm Kenton   •   January 23, 2011 … Continue reading

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Housing Complex’s prediction for the LAYC/YouthBuild plans for the J.F. Cook School

Washington City Paper Housing Complex’s Lydia DePillis provides her preview of District development activity in 2011. Year in Preview: D.C. Development in 2011, Before it Happens. Posted by Lydia DePillis on Jan. 6, 2011 at 8:25 am http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/housingcomplex/2011/01/06/year-in-preview-d-c-development-in-2011-before-it-happens/ She briefly mentions J.F. … Continue reading

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No community feedback on “several YouthBuild students have criminal records” …?

On Sunday,  I posted an  article on YouthBuild, which reported on the second YouthBuild campus coming in 2011 to the JF Cook School. YouthBuild drafts opportunities for dropouts (Washington Post, 12/27/2009) The article mentions that “several of the YouthBuild students have … Continue reading

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YouthBuild profiled in 12/27/2009 Washington Post article

Today’s Washington Post includes an article on YouthBuild.  The article mentions YouthBuild’s second campus coming in 2011 to the JF Cook School.  Executive Director Arthur Dade is quoted. Note that the article mentions that several of the YouthBuild students have … Continue reading

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YouthBuild instructor responds to community concerns about LAYC/YB at JF Cook School

See this letter-to-the-editor in the Thursday, October 29, 2009, Examiner from Volita Russell, Math and Science GED Instructor at YouthBuild Public Charter School.   See her profile here:  http://www.ybpcs.org/aboutus.html . Ms. Russell may very well be referring to the lively Monday, 10/05/2009, Bates Area … Continue reading

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WaPo: Charter school leases considered for Cook, Langston

This Washington Post article indicates that the DC Department of General Services will consider charter school offers to lease the JF Cook & Langston Schools. Click on the WaPo link below to read the entire article. Vacant D.C. school buildings could house … Continue reading

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