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School Resources and Updates during COVID-19

In alignment with guidance from the Department of Health, TMA will continue distance learning for the remainder of this school year. More details will be posted here next week, and next week’s Warrior Weekly will contain updates for the whole school, by grade and class.

If you have questions or suggestions, please share them with Mr. Weeden at

We are committed to supporting student learning through various distance learning platforms during the citywide response to COVID-19. This page will be regularly updated with learning materials and other resources that support our Warriors’ academic growth and development. Check back here and follow TMA on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the most up-to-date news.

Read the Warrior Weekly (June 1-5) here

Student Classwork and Assignments

All student assignments will be shared through Google Classroom. Students will receive instructions from their teachers.

Google Classroom Tutorial for Students and Parents
Google Hangouts Tutorial for Students
Student Internet Guidelines

Community Service

Click here for a list of virtual community service opportunities!


The annual enrollment process for school year 2020-21 has been adjusted due to the District-wide public health advisories relating to coronavirus (COVID-19) currently in place. Student registration for school year 2020-21 will be completed online until further notice to minimize in-person contact. We will extend the registration deadline to June 15th to ensure all families have adequate time to complete the process. Please visit our Enrollment page for the complete guidelines including required documents and contact information.

Frequently Asked Questions 

How will my child receive instruction while schools are closed? 

TMA team meets weekly to prepare materials for your student’s instructional during this distance learning period. These activities will be available through Google Classroom. 

What if we do not have internet access? How will my child receive lessons through the online platform? 

Please let us know if you have technology needs. Our team is working to ensure students have access to electronic devices or reliable internet access. 

Comcast’s Internet Essentials (IE) program is offering families who meet certain criteria two months of free internet service in response to COVID-19 related school closings. The fastest way to take advantage of the two-months free offer is to sign up from your smartphone, tablet, or computer at Response time is between 3-5 days.

For questions and technical issues, please email Ms. Moore at or call (202) 563-6862 x181.

How will IEP services be delivered?

 Staff will provide students with disabilities, to the greatest extent possible, all special education and related services in their IEP and will work with individual families and IEP / 504 teams to create plans appropriate for each student. Please contact Ms. Roberts if you have any question at

How does the change impact the 3rd Quarter? 

Third-quarter grades have been submitted. We encourage all families to check NetClassroom to review their child’s third-quarter academic progress through March 13th. Families can reach out directly to teachers with specific questions about assignment grades.

How would my child be fairly graded if the school does not reopen?

Students are being graded on engagement, effort, and accuracy of the review lessons that they are being provided. All students must be putting in the energy and attempting to complete the assignments. If more support is needed, students are encouraged to reach out to their teacher, Mr. Zaki or Ms. Mays

Is there a plan in place for how students will be taught, we need to extend any longer?

As we get new updates, we will share them on our website, text, and email and adjust the extended learning plan, which will be shared at that time too.

Will students be able to move up to the next grade?

We will review and assess students based on their performance and engagement in the course. We will review our promotion policy if this COVID crisis is extended past our expected return in late April.

What about PARCC?

The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), which has oversight for summative learning assessments in DC schools. DC will not take the assessments this spring.

Will the Class of 2020 have Prom and Graduation, and what happens to Senior Dues?

We are continuing to monitor progress on the situation and will remain in compliance with Mayor Bowser’s directives. However, we recognize the need to celebrate all of our students, especially our Senior Class. We are working through solutions and will continue to keep you updated as we have them.

What if my child is a senior and still needs Community Service hours?

TMA leaders are working with the District to develop virtual options for receiving Community Service Hours. The leaders are focusing efforts on seniors in preparation for graduation. If you have companies that have virtual opportunities available for our students, please share with or

Click here for a list of virtual community service opportunities!


List: Where DMV area students can get free meals during the COVID-19 shutdown

Mental and Emotional Support:

The Warmline
The warmline is the Department of Health’s number for schools who have school based DBH clinician(s).  Mental health professionals at the DC Department of Mental Health Warm helpline 1-800-961-8528 – are available to speak with students to:
  • Get help with problem solving
  • Discuss concerns
  • Determine if additional mental health or other types of services are needed
  • Request printed materials about preparing for emergencies and how to handle one’s emotions related to COVID-19.

If you are thinking of harming yourself, please call

  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK
  • Crisis Text Line: Text START to 741-741

Mental Health Crisis concerns/Concerns to self or others, call

  • Access HelpLine: 1-888-7WE-HELP or 1-888-973-4357

Homelessness or Transition Living: Email Ms. Buchinski at

Resources to assist with anxiety or behavior challenges at home

Talking with Children about Coronavirus

DC’s Department of Health

Center for Disease Control