by Filipe Limao, Sheridan School 4th Grader In January, the fourth grade children at Sheridan began using FitBits. They are using them to challenge their health and stamina during their fitness unit in PE. Every weekday, they go down to...
by Dani Rizzo, Digital Director, Humane Rescue Alliance Meet Sage! This sweet senior came to the Humane Rescue Alliance scared and shutdown—unsure of her new surroundings. In just one month, she’s already made incredible progress and is ready to find...
by Amy Woolsey On the stairwell of the George Washington University Museum, there are words painted in patriotic red and blue: “Rockwell Roosevelt: The Four Freedoms – Enduring Ideals.” It’s a bold and fitting introduction to the museum’s newest exhibit, which opened...
by Alix John, Communications and Digital Media Specialist, Humane Rescue Alliance Meet Penelope! At 11 years old, she’s a spunky gal. She came to the Humane Rescue Alliance almost two weeks ago and has made quite the impression on...
To celebrate Black History Month, the National Park Service is inviting residents and others to experience African American history and stories in Washington, D.C by visiting and touring the homes of Frederick Douglass, Carter G. Woodson and Mary McLeod...
by Members of the Sheridan School Female Empowerment Meeting Here at Sheridan School, a group of our middle school girls and faculty members are a part of the Female Empowerment Meeting (FEM). FEM started in 2016 when a few sixth...
by Dani Rizzo, Digital Director, Humane Rescue Alliance At the Humane Rescue Alliance, we’re dedicated to caring for every animal that comes through our doors. Such was the case with five-month-old Sheba. Sheba came to HRA with her five litter...
by Sheridan School’s 8th Grade Art Class Recently at Sheridan School, the eighth graders have been working on picture book projects. The goal of this project is for partnerships to produce a simple book, illustrated and written by students, that...
By Peter Lynch Pockets of ice rested on the still Potomac water beside the snow-lined banks on the first weekend in February, and most high school students were asleep in bed, but not the Woodrow Wilson High School Crew team....
After three weeks of hands-on culinary experience, six Horton’s Kids youth participants, aged 16-21, graduated from a special program at the Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown on Saturday, February 2, 2019.  Mark Huntley, Regional Vice President & General Manager, awarded...

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