We are excited for Spirit Week:
Monday, Oct. 29: Madness Monday (wacky clothes)
Tuesday, Oct. 3o: PAW Skate Party (wear class colors and jeans)
Wednesday, Oct. 31: Pink Out Day (wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness)
Thur, Nov. 1: Hoodie/Sweatshirt Day (wear school uniform pants)
Fri, Nov. 2: Pop in for Parent Teacher Conferences with a Popcorn Party (No school for students)
WASHINGTON—As the start of school begins today, The Children’s Guild District of Columbia Public Charter School, which serves 450 students in kindergarten through eighth grade, named Andrea St. John elementary assistant principal. St. John brings more than 17 years of experience in education and school leadership.
“We’re excited to welcome someone as knowledgeable, experienced and capable as Andrea,” said Principal Bryan Daniels. “Her extensive background in elementary education as a school teacher, curriculum developer and school administrator will bring a great deal to The Children’s Guild.”
Prior to joining The Children’s Guild, St. John was elementary school coordinator with Baltimore City Public Schools, where she coordinated academic programming and supported 21 priority schools. She also served as internship coordinator for Thomas Edison High School of Technology in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Previously, she worked for 11 years as a classroom teacher and elementary assistant principal for Montgomery County Public Schools before accepting an international teaching position as an English teacher for the Abu Dhabi Education Council in the United Arab Emirates. She has additional experience as a lead tutor, program instructor and an elementary team leader in education.
Among her distinctions, St. John volunteered with AmeriCorps as a fellow with the New York City Teaching Fellows program, developed an instructional unit for the National Endowment for the Humanities and presented her thesis research to the New York State Association of Teacher Educators.
St. John is studying for a doctorate in educational leadership and policy studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C. She holds an advanced certificate in school-based administration from Towson University, a master’s degree in elementary education from Long Island University and a bachelor’s degree in political science and women’s studies from Central Connecticut State University.
TranZed Alliance is a nonprofit organization serving children, families and child-serving organizations and is dedicated to transforming how America educates and cares for its children through education, behavioral health and national training and consultation services. Affiliates of TranZed Alliance include The Children’s Guild, Monarch Academy Public Charter Schools, TranZed Academy for Working Students, TranZed Apprenticeships Services, The Children’s Guild D.C. Public Charter School, TranZed Institute, the National At-Risk Education Network, the TranZed Alliance Conference Center and The National Children’s Guild Fund. (www.childrensguild.org)
Here are the results of the lead testing of the water sources that had filters installed over the past few months by Soil and Land Use Technology, Inc. (SaLUT). There is no action needed as the results as shown in the table are 5ppb (parts per billion).
Don’t miss our Back to School and Family Community Day this Saturday, August 11 from 12 to 2 pm, featuring a Moon Bounce, Games, and a Free Lunch!
Support The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Annapolis Public Charter School by attending the musical, “The Lion King Jr.” from May 24th to May 25th at Monarch Academy Annapolis located at 2000 Capital Drive in Annapolis, Maryland.
For more information, please contact Monarch Academy Annapolis at (301) 934-1444.
Show dates and times start at 6:30 pm:
Thursday, May 24th
Friday, May 25th
Thank you for your support.
We’re pleased to share that The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy Public Contract School was featured on WBAL TV News. Monarch Global Academy Social Studies Teacher, Heather Carnaghan and The Children’s Guild’s Duane Arbogast were featured in the news segment speaking about charter schools.
Watch the video: http://bit.ly/2GriQte