Hyde-Addison Elementary School
Hyde-Addison comprises two school buildings on one site. The Hyde building holds classrooms for students in pre-kindergarten through Grade 2; Addison is home to students in Grades 3 to 5. Students are split between those who live in the area and those who attend the school through the D.C. school lottery. The school is part of the Six School Complex through which students in Grades 1 to 5 take classes for a half day once a week at the Fillmore Arts Center.
- Handicap Accessible: Addison is accessible; Hyde is not.
- Founding Date: Jul 01 1907
- Number of students: 260
- Male-to-female ratio: 50-50
- Public/Private: Public
- Financial aid: No
- Religious affiliation: N/A
- Accreditation/licenses: Most of the school's teachers have master's degrees.
- Student-to-teacher ratio: Class sizes 20 to 28 students; 1.5 teachers in every class
- Parking: Free lot
- Number of faculty: 32 instructional staff, 7 support staff
- How engaged is the school with the community?: The school is committed to partnering with the neighborhood, says Principal Dana Nerenberg. School events open to and supported by the community include the spring fest and the annual fall auction.
- What makes this community special?: Principal Dana Nerenberg describes Georgetown as a "lovely little neighborhood." Nerenberg boasts about the international diversity of the school and says teachers make the effort to "really get to know our students."
- Montessori: No
- Grade levels: Pre-K to 5
- Special education: Yes
- Features: Cafeteria, Computer lab, Infirmary, Library, Science lab, Sports facilities
- Sports teams: Baseball; cheerleading; Girls on the Run, a national girls' running program
- Student clubs: Clubs are revised annually based on student and teacher interest, but have included Spanish, Geography Bee and Math Club.