Celebrate the lasting legacy of Frederick Douglass’s at the National Park Service’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. The event will take place on Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 10 am to 1 pm at Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in historic Anacostia, Washington D.C. At this FREE community event, children ages 0-12 will hunt for EasterContinue reading “NPS Easter Egg Hunt on Sat April 20 @ Frederick Douglass House”
Category Archives: For Students
Capital Rowing Club Jrs – Learn to Row Summer Camp
Learn rowing at Capital Rowing Club in a free one week summer camp! No previous experience is needed. The camp will run for a half-day Monday – Friday, with the option of doing additional weeks during the summer. You can sign up for any of the weeks. For best consideration, please fill out the interest form by MayContinue reading “Capital Rowing Club Jrs – Learn to Row Summer Camp”
Support Children Living at DC General’s Homeless Shelter
There are hundreds of children living at the DC General’s Homeless Shelter, and many of them attend schools on Capitol Hill. The Playtime Project has organized a Back-to-School Drive to provide support for these children as they start the school year. As you shop for school supplies and clothes for your children, please consider purchasingContinue reading “Support Children Living at DC General’s Homeless Shelter”
Capitol Hill Uniform Drive Kick Off: Support ALL Children in Our Area Schools – by Liz Festa
CHPSPO and the venerable Playtime Project at the DC General Shelter are proud to kick off the Capitol Hill Uniform Drive from the week Memorial Day to the end of the school year. The uniform drive will benefit children living at the shelter and with limited access to school clothing, hygiene items and laundry facilities. From green to grey, paleContinue reading “Capitol Hill Uniform Drive Kick Off: Support ALL Children in Our Area Schools – by Liz Festa”
Bike to School Day is May 7 – have you registered your school?
Health and Wellness teams, Safe Routes to School committees, and cycling enthusiasts, have you registered your school for Bike to School Day? The big day is Wednesday, May 7. Register your school here (for goodies from DC’s Department of Transportation) and plan your event or help plan a joint school event at Lincoln Park! How canContinue reading “Bike to School Day is May 7 – have you registered your school?”
Summer Cultural Exchange Program for High School Students – Travel around US!
Exciting opportunity for Washington, DC high school students with the US-Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP). IYLEP provides a fully-funded leadership building and cultural exchange experience to selected students from Iraq and the US. This summer (2014), 10 American students will participate alongside 31 Iraqi high school students to travel around the US for fourContinue reading “Summer Cultural Exchange Program for High School Students – Travel around US!”
For High School Students: 2014 Youth TechCamps with MyCOE
The Global Connections and Exchange Youth TechCamps : My Community, Our Earth Program (GCE MyCOE) is looking for current high school students in the United States, Bolivia, Panama and South Africa. High school students from each of these countries will be selected to form teams and will collaborate online and in person at one ofContinue reading “For High School Students: 2014 Youth TechCamps with MyCOE”