December 4, 2023
Councilmember Matt Frumin Introduces Bill to Establish Universal Out-of-School Time

MEDIA CONTACT: Christian Damiana 202.258.9532 | Councilmember Matt Frumin Introduces Bill to Establish Universal Out-of-School Time Frumin's legislation guarantees high-quality, affordable, and accessible out-of-school time programming.  Washington, DC –– Councilmember Matt Frumin introduced today the Universal Out of School Time Amendment Act of 2023. The bill would require the District of Columbia to expand out-of-school time programs, such as after school and summer programming, by at least 10% annually, toward the goal of universal access by 2035 for every student in a DC Public or Public Charter School. Programming would be free or affordable to families, with an emphasis on equitable access and geographic convenience. Youth who are at-risk, low-income, criminal justice-involved, or eligible for special education services receive priority. The legislation was developed with the support of the Out-of-School-Time Coalition and co-introduced by Councilmembers Charles Allen, Anita Bonds, Janeese Lewis George, Kenyan McDuffie, Brianne Nadeau, Zachary Parker, Brooke Pinto, Robert White, and Trayon White. Universal out-of-school time is an immediate, impactful investment our city must make for our youth. Out-of-school time programming increases school…

June 2, 2023
A People-first FY2024 Budget: Arts, Culture, and Recreation

Ward 3 is home to a close-knit community that thrives on local arts, culture, and recreational activities. The FY 24 budget meets this demand by expanding available athletic facilities for pickleball and supporting access to recreation for neighbors of all ages. I also secured funding for a new DC Archives facility and a grant to the DC History Center, helping to preserve and celebrate DC's rich local history and culture.

May 19, 2023
Letter Regarding Continued Closure of the Wilson Aquatic Center

Councilmember Frumin joined colleagues with oversight of the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Department of General Services in sending a letter requesting that the agencies institute additional aquatics options for residents affected by the Wilson Aquatic Center closure.

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