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Blessed Sacrament School Every spring, the March Madness basketball tournament takes place, composed of the top college teams. But March Madness is not solely about watching the games, as it really brings together everyone, especially my friends and me. I...
Lafayette Elementary School Lafayette’s Pass The Poetry, Please event took place last Wednesday evening, and with it came many families to hear eight fifth-grade students from each of the five classes share one of their poems before a crowd in...
British International School of Washington This week was our first week back from our much-needed spring break. From IB and IGCSE exam practice, to various extracurricular activities students hit the ground running. Most notably, for the last couple of weeks our...
British International School of Washington One of the exciting upcoming events at the British International School of Washington is our yearly participation in the Global Issues Network Conferences. On March 12 and 13, students will be attending the conference, which...
by Maia, James and Khloe, 1st grade, Sheridan School The play took place underwater in a Mervillage called Mermania.  The story was about three determined scuba divers named Bonnie, Manny and Jack, who want to explore the abyssal zone.  On...
Lafayette Elementary School On the first day of school at Lafayette, students poured into the schoolyard, both excited and afraid to look up at the sky. Principal Broquard had already made two announcements preparing us to line up and exit...
Blessed Sacrament School On April 13, Blessed Sacrament had a middle school dance and invited five other middle schools to join. It went from 7:30 to 10 p.m., so everyone was tired afterwards. It started off like every other school dance,...
British International School of Washington The United Nations celebrated World Children’s Day on Nov. 20. This day was established in 1954 to “promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improve children’s welfare,” according to the UN website. The British International...
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...
British International School of Washington One of the many influential clubs at our school is the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) club, a student-run meeting intended to implement the United Nations’ SDGs into our school. Nord Anglia, the company that...

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