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...
Blessed Sacrament School The 75th annual Mission Fair at Blessed Sacrament School was held this week. This event raises money to benefit the Holy Cross Mission School located in Kirinda, Uganda. The tradition is one of the many highlights of...
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,...
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...
Blessed Sacrament School Every year, the fourth-graders of Blessed Sacrament School take a field trip to the Chesapeake Bay to learn hands-on about the bay and spend the day there. This year, our fourth-graders went to the bay in the...
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 As winter slowly turns to spring, life at the British International School of Washington picks up pace. With year 11’s General Certificate of Secondary Education and year 13’s International Baccalaureate exams fast approaching, as well...
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.” ...
British International School of Washington British International School of Washington (BISW) students aim to be actively involved in local, national and global issues. Whether it is participating in the World Children’s Day at the United Nations headquarters in New York...
By ELLIDA PARKER AND MAYA WILSON Wilson Beacon (Wilson High Newspaper) Principal Kimberly Martin remembers eagerly awaiting the first day of school in 2015. She was new to Wilson and was thrilled by the prospect of working in a diverse community...

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