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”
April 16, 1876 Emancipation Day was celebrated at Lincoln Park including a keynote address by Frederick Douglass, a crowd of 20,000 people, and the unveiling and dedication ceremony for the “Emancipation Statue” that stands in Lincoln Park today. Please visit National Parks Service – Capitol Hill Parks for details. 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. | Family-Friendly Activities 4:45 p.m.-5:30 p.m. | ConcertContinue reading “NPS Emancipation Day Celebration at Lincoln Park – April 16, 2:00 – 8:00PM”
What: Bike to School Day When: WEDNESDAY, MAY (the) 4th, 7:30 AM – 8:20 AM (Star Wars jokes, compliments of our very own Laura Marks!) Where: Lincoln Park (East Capitol St between 11th and 13th Streets) Who: All our neighborhood students + friends from the National Center for Safe Routes to Schools + local andContinue reading “Bike to School Day is May (the) 4th – save the date!”
Don’t be jealous of their boogie! Join Brent and Capitol Hill Montessori at Logan modern jazz students for a showcase performance! When: Friday, March 18, 6-7 PM Where: Brent Elementary School’s Multi-Purpose Room (301 North Carolina Ave., SE) What: Performances by students enrolled in Chanel Dance Co after school programs. *Suggested donation of $5/per familyContinue reading “Dance with the stars! Brent and CHM@L students put on joint dance expo – Friday March 18”
Capitol Hill Public Schools Parent Organization Stuart Hobson Middle School September 15, 2015 1) Discussion about CHPSPO’s nomination to the Cross-Sector Task Force Issues we think are important for the Task Force to address Planning: # of seats, site selection, curriculum Grade alignment (consistency around at grades are included in middle school) Financial transparency Long-termContinue reading “CHPSPO Meeting Notes – September 15, 2015”
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Language Immersion In Urban Public Schools: Exploring The Benefits & Challenges (co-hosted by the DC Public Library, DC State Board of Education and the DC Language Immersion Project) Thursday, Dec 4, 2014 6-8pm MLK Library – 901 G St. NW You are invited to join us for a panel discussion with a focus on the benefitsContinue reading “Language Immersion In Urban Public Schools – December 4, 6-8 PM @ MLK Library”