Our school history is evident in our name. In 1972, Bruce-Monroe Elementary School was built on Georgia Avenue as an integrated school. The name reflected two separate Black elementary schools which were closed: James Monroe, named for our fifth president, and Bruce, named in honor of Blanche Kelso Bruce- who was born in slavery and became an educator and the first Black US senator to serve a full term.
Bruce-Monroe Elementary (BMPV) is a high-poverty, dual-language, public school in Washington, DC that serves a diverse student body. The Parents and Teachers United (PTU) of BMPV asks for your support. We educate the whole child through a strong arts and science curriculum.
ENROLLMENT SY 2022-2023
To enroll your student at Bruce-Monroe Elementary School at Park View, you only need to complete the following steps:
- Complete the Enrollment Packet: Download the full enrollment packet
- Provide proof of DC residency: Review residency verification guidelines
- Submit the completed packet and proof of DC residency to Bruce-MonroeESenroll@k12.dc.gov(link sends e-mail).
DCPS FREE SUMMER MEALS
Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) served over 200,000 meals during the 2019 summer! Please check the documents on the links below for detail information
DCPS SUMMER EXTENDED LEARNING AND ENRICHMENT
How is your child spending summer break?
DCPS is offering many engaging virtual opportunities for current DCPS students from elementary through high school.
CORONA VIRUS UPDATE
Dear parent please take a loot at our most recent information about the Corona Virus.
SCHOOL YEAR 2020-21 ENROLLMENT GUIDANCE
To help mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our region, DCPS school buildings are currently closed and distance learning at home is underway for current students.
DCPS prepared printed packets of learning materials for every grade level from Pre-K through 8th grade and each graduation requirement course for 9-12th grade.
DCPS ANTIBULLYING POLICY
Bullying has become a serious issue with young people nationwide. It affects students at every level, from elementary to high school.