UELIP of the Week Danielle!

Congratulations Danielle Price! Danielle is UELIP of the Week because she is one of our most enthusiastic interns. She constantly posts on our Facebook trying to bring people together, she is quick to volunteer for anything you might need and she will do it with a smile!

More about Danielle:

  1. Home Town: Largo, Florida
  2. School and major: Florida State University; Masters of Science in Education Policy and Evaluation
  3. How did you hear about UELIP? I was studying DC Public Schools in my Urban Education class and ran across the UELIP page on the DCPS website.
  4. What made you decide you wanted to become a UELIP? I love the DC area and have learned a lot about education in DC through my coursework, so I was seeking an opportunity to learn first-hand from education leaders in DCPS. 
  5. What office are you working in? Office of Data and Strategy
  6. Who is your supervisor? Morgan Hall 
  7. Explain your project? My project is assessment communication. I am working with the assessments team within ODS. My project is to help improve communications between central office, teachers and families about assessments DCPS students are taking.
  8. What is the most exciting thing you have done so far?  Participating in the ODS vs. OTL field day!
  9. What are you most looking forward to? Attending a professional development conference with my team where I will be able to network with DCPS educators and administrators
  10. What is something you have learn from your experience so far? Ask for what you want! Your supervisors and other colleagues want you to make the most of this experience and are here to help in any way possible.  (Great Advise Danielle!)
  11. What is your favorite thing about living in DC? The beautiful and historical sites/monuments
  12. Where is your favorite place in DC? Baked & Wired, I love cupcakes! 
  13. What is your favorite food? Sushi 
  14. If your department was given unlimited funds what would you use it for? To create an online database where families are able to view their child’s assessment results and progress from the time they enter DCPS through graduation. This database would also offer the families resources to understand their child’s scores and resources so they may help at home. 

I’d like to thank Danielle for her dedication and initiative throughout the summer and as always, keep up the good work!

-Ashley Clark

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