Lafayette Elementary School
Spring has sprung! It’s in the air, and the Lafayette fourth- and fifth-graders were ready to dance on Friday, May 5, when the student council hosted Hollywood, The Red Carpet. The theme of the spring dance was…

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…

British International School of Washington
On Oct. 14, more than 3,600 people came together on the National Mall for the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s. These people raised over $900,000 and represented over 500 organizations.
One of these organizations was the…

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…

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…

British International School of Washington
Despite the warming temperatures and longer days, which hint that summer is fast approaching, the British International School of Washington community is still as energetic and lively as ever.
Over this week, Year 10 students sat…

Annunciation Catholic School
Recently in the sixth-grade language arts class, we have been reading the book “Wonder” by R.J. Pacalcio. It focuses on a boy who has Treacher Collins syndrome and his experiences in school. The book has eight parts…

Publishing Party!
by Meena Sudheendran’s First Grade Class at Maret School
Publishing Party is when you write a book, and a bunch of parents come to read it. When you start to write the book, you have to pick a…

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….

by Easy Weissman, Sheridan School 7th-grader
I believe field-trips help us visualize what we learn in class. Behind desks, it can be hard to absorb information, whereas on a field trip we can see, touch, and hear the subject being…

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