by Katherine Rivard Odds are, your tap water is filled with contaminants. You do all you think you can — splash your water into a Mavea, or other filter, and naively gulp it down in hope that it has been...
Annunciation Catholic School Seventh-grade science at Annunciation Catholic School is definitely a complex and fun subject, especially what we are currently learning. This year in science we are learning about life science/biology. While at a glance biology may not seem...
Eaton Elementary School In honor of Black History Month, the Eaton Extra students asked classmates and teachers for their favorite African-American hero. Here are some of the responses: Officer Clark said, “Michelle Obama because she was a powerful first lady.” ...
by Lina B., OLV 5th grader Every year, ninety-two schools select ten teachers in the Archdiocese of Washington, DC to be nominated for the Golden Apple award. This year, Our Lady of Victory’s lovely, creative, awesome 5th grade teacher, Mr....
Meet Musa! This 8-year-old gal has had quite a story. Her life began in Puerto Rico. Three days before Hurricane Maria made landfall, her family left her with a neighbor. Musa survived the hurricane, but her family did not...
Children and other members of the Georgetown community will be invited to Volta Park to be photographed with Santa Claus and receive a toy on Sunday, Dec. 3. Organized by the Friends of Volta Park group, the annual “Breakfast...
Maxwell Stone, an 8th grader at Alice Deal Middle School in Northwest D.C., won the 2018 Congressional App Challenge representing the District of Columbia. Stone, aged 14, created an app called “Landmarks the Spot.” Other D.C. entries came from students...
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...
British International School of Washington Our school has always eagerly engaged in opportunities of philanthropy around the world. These acts include sending stationery to children who lack supplies, creating Thanksgiving food baskets for those less fortunate and raising awareness and...
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!

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