By: Olivia Berman, sixth-grader In the wake of the fatal Parkland school shooting, Sheridan School students felt the need to make their voices heard. They wanted to create change, but how? The answer: The Sheridan Young Activists group. This club is...
By: Elaine Bole Frank and Arden Staroba are now in their mid-eighties and have lived in the Palisades section of D.C. for 50 years. Frank, a Yale Drama School D.F.A., moved here from his job as a theater professor at William and...
By: Eli Weissman, eighth-grader Recently, seventh and eighth-grade students from Sheridan School went on their fall outdoor expeditions. While some students drove four hours to Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, others went to NRocks, an outdoor adventures center in West Virginia. While on these expeditions,...
Sheridan School We've been in Kindergarten for a few weeks. In Kindergarten, you get to play games. Our class is learning to treat materials nicely. We are learning letters and numbers, and we are learning to read. Indeed, we treat...
Schools in Northwest, The Current is eager to read and publish School Dispatches for the 2018-2019 school year. Indeed, our schools have tons of intelligent students. And we want to read about their daily activities. Email your dispatches to newsdesk@currentnewspapers.com!
By LEE STURTEVANT The DC Line In 1919 a triple murder on Kalorama Road NW galvanized Washington. The victims were Chinese diplomats, all shot to death in the Chinese Educational Mission. The Metropolitan Police Department police quickly charged a 20-year-old Chinese...
David Thompson works at Wilson High School, but he does more than teach. Along with being an instructional educator for high school teachers in the D.C. area, Thompson also coaches both softball and robotics at Wilson. Thompson — himself a...
By JASON WILLIAMS Current Correspondent The traveling Harlem Fine Arts Show will stop in D.C. from Thursday through Sunday to showcase nearly 80 artists’ galleries over a four-day event. Launched in 2009, the Harlem Fine Arts Show aims to inspire, display...
Blessed Sacrament School I am writing to share a summer activity that many in our area may enjoy if you like having fun. Like many of my classmates, I am in our school’s children’s choir. Along with learning and performing...
By JASON WILLIAMS The tall bronze figures that puncture the quiet upper Northwest neighborhood of Shepherd Park signal that this space is much more than a residence. As you pull up to the Zenith Gallery, you are greeted by one...

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