Alchemy of Great Taste 2018

March 17, 2018 ORDER TICKETS HERE! What is Alchemy of Great Taste? It’s the Tyler Parent Teacher Association’s (PTA) biggest fundraiser of the year, and it’s where most of our school’s PTA funding comes from. Our goal this year is to raise $30K for the school PTA....

Winter Break Food Pantry

Support the Tyler Community by contributing kid-friendly items for our Winter Pantry. Donations will be accepted December 18-20th. The pantry will be open to our families in need on December 20th and 21st.

2017 Winter Concerts are on December 20th

This year the Tyler Elementary Winter Concerts are on December 20th. Prek3 through 1st grade will be performing starting at 9:30 AM, and 2nd through 5th grade will be performing starting at 10:45 AM.  
Support the Tyler Drama Club!

Support the Tyler Drama Club!

Send a state-MINT of encourage-MINT to teachers and friends by sending Candy Cane grams.  Candy grams will be sold for $1 each in the main lobby during morning arrival on Monday, December 18th through Wednesday, December 20th.  All candy grams will be delivered on...

Tyler’s Got Talent 2018!

Tyler’s Got Talent 2018!

Grades: Kindergarten-5th Tryouts: Monday, December 11th Practice Days: January 22nd and January 29th Talent Showcase: February 8th and 9th Contact Ms. Brittney Thomas for additional information

Tyler Roaring Readers

Tyler Roaring Readers

Tyler Elementary has kicked off its Roaring Reading program for the 2017-2018 school year. Last year students were very excited to receive rewards, pizza hut coupons, lunch with the principal and even Six Flags tickets for reading nightly. The teachers and staff at...

Black History Month Oratory Contest

Informational packets were given out at the end on January and were due on the 15th. If your student is participating the Oratory Contest information is below:   Date:  February 23, 2018 Time: 
K-2 9:30 AM 3-5 10:30 AM Location: Auditorium What speeches can I choose...

Tyler Open House

Please join us for our Open Houses on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 6:00 PM or Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 9:20 AM.  Learn about the terrific programs Tyler has to offer!

Tyler Elementary

Contact Us

1001 G Street SE
Washington, DC 20003

202-939-4810

Principal, Mitchell Brunson: mitchell.brunson@dc.gov

Assistant Principal, Tracey Ndenecho: tracey.ndenecho@dc.gov

Assistant Principal, Brooks Warnick: brooks.warnick@dc.gov

Main Office

Mr Robert Arnett Arnett robert.arnett@dc.gov

Ms. Capricia Albritton capricia.albritton@dc.gov

Calendar

February 22, 2018
  • Class Pictures - Uniform
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: February 22, 2018 - 11:59 pm


February 23, 2018
  • Volunteer Friday
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: February 23, 2018 - 11:59 pm


  • Oratory Contest K-2
    Starts: 9:30 am
    Ends: February 23, 2018 - 10:30 am


    Description:

    Informational packets were given out at the end on January and were due on the 15th. If your student is participating the Oratory Contest information is below:

    Date:
    February 23, 2018

    Time:
    
K-2 9:30 AM
    3-5 10:30 AM

    Location:
    Auditorium

    What speeches can I choose from?

    I Have A Dream, 
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    2009 Inaugural Address
President Barack Obama

    
I Am Somebody,
Jesse Jackson

    
Self written speech, 
Topic: My Future is Worth Fighting For.

    What is the attire?
    The Tyler School Body will be wearing all black on Friday. You may choose to dress in all black, dress clothes or your school uniform.

    Do I have to deliver the entire speech?
    No, you may deliver any part of the speech. Be sure that is a part that will captivate the audience. If you are delivering a self written speech, you must deliver it all! We want to hear what you have written. It should range 2-4 minutes.
    
Do I have to memorialize the speech?
Speeches may be delivered with or without notes/ copy of speech

    How will a ‘winner’ be chosen ?

    Although it is a contest, this is a showcase of you! Show your schoolmates how confident you are while speaking in public.

    One student will be chosen to speak at the Black History Program at the Howard School of Dentistry on February 28, 2018 at 7PM.

    All participants will be invited to a reception following the contest.


  • Oratory Contest 3-5
    Starts: 10:30 am
    Ends: February 23, 2018 - 11:30 am


    Description:

    Informational packets were given out at the end on January and were due on the 15th. If your student is participating the Oratory Contest information is below:

    Date:
    February 23, 2018

    Time:
    
K-2 9:30 AM
    3-5 10:30 AM

    Location:
    Auditorium

    What speeches can I choose from?

    I Have A Dream, 
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    2009 Inaugural Address
President Barack Obama

    
I Am Somebody,
Jesse Jackson

    
Self written speech, 
Topic: My Future is Worth Fighting For.

    What is the attire?
    The Tyler School Body will be wearing all black on Friday. You may choose to dress in all black, dress clothes or your school uniform.

    Do I have to deliver the entire speech?
    No, you may deliver any part of the speech. Be sure that is a part that will captivate the audience. If you are delivering a self written speech, you must deliver it all! We want to hear what you have written. It should range 2-4 minutes.
    
Do I have to memorialize the speech?
Speeches may be delivered with or without notes/ copy of speech

    How will a ‘winner’ be chosen ?

    Although it is a contest, this is a showcase of you! Show your schoolmates how confident you are while speaking in public.

    One student will be chosen to speak at the Black History Program at the Howard School of Dentistry on February 28, 2018 at 7PM.

    All participants will be invited to a reception following the contest.


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Preschool and prekindergarten students helped to decorate for the winter concert by painting snow

Preschool and prekindergarten students helped to decorate for the winter concert by painting snow

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