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We have immediate open slots for 2 to 5 year olds. Our Center is rated with 4 out of 5 stars under the Virginia Star Quality Initiative, a state standard for quality early education. Phone: 703-256-0100 – Email: info@accacdc.org We provide affordable, high-quality early education and developmentally appropriate care for children ages 3 months to 5 years in a safe, healthy and diverse environment. We graduate successful, kindergarten-ready children through everyday exploration and age-appropriate education. Our teachers lead by example, educate using best-practices and foster children’s creativity, choice and discovery. We use the Portage Curriculum, which is rooted in the idea that learning takes place in environments that are rich in interaction and underscored by strong personal relationships. Website: www.accacdc.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/ACCACDC.ORG
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ACCA child development center provides affordable, high-quality early education for children ages 3 months to 5 years in a safe, healthy and diverse environment from expert teachers in the field.

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Grace Episcopal Day School -

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Grace is a coeducational, Episcopal school serving students age three through fifth grade.  We are located in Kensington, MD, just minutes from Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Wheaton, Silver Spring, Takoma Park and DC.  Grace Episcopal Day School will provide every student the opportunity for academic excellence in a caring, nurturing, moral environment that embraces diversity and promotes creativity, self-confidence, and service to others.
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Calvary Christian Academy -

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Calvary Christian Academy, an entity of Greater Mt. Calvary Holy Church, began operations in 1980 as a Nursery through Kindergarten program. In 1991, the church moved to 610 Rhode Island Avenue, NE. Bishop Alfred Owens, Jr. founded the elementary school in 1992, starting with a class of only 10 first grade students.
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Lowell School – DC Area - United States, NORTH AMERICA - Beta Classifieds

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Looking for best preschools in DC Area.?? Lowell School is rigorous, integrated curriculum that provides your child with the full complement of academic classes as well as the arts, technology, and physical education.

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A Parents' Guide to a Spring Break Staycation in Washington, DC -

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by Robin Gellman and Jess Rosenbaum, Lowell School Top Tips to Make Your Spring Break Full of Fun & Adventure Spring has finally broken, and it can be the best weather of the season here in the nation’s capital. Why spend hundreds on plane tickets and hotels and have the hassle of airports and long, stifling car rides? Why not try a Washington DC Staycation and do a little family bonding in the sunshine while touring the sights…taking in a show at the Kennedy Center or flying on a zip-line? Create new adventures for your entire family right at home, in Washington, DC, and the surrounding area. Here are some kid-friendly activities for your springtime Washington, DC, staycation. Search the web for coupons and use your AAA Card for discounts when you can! Oh, and even though the snow has melted, take a sweatshirt! EVENTS AND EXHIBITS National Cherry Blossom Festival Annually, the National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees from Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo to the city of Washington, DC. Peruse the festival’s events page for featured activities that get you walking around our majestic city. View the cherry blossoms while floating around the Tidal Basin in a paddle boat. Boat rentals start on March 20, 2015. Don’t forget the Blossom Kite Festival—on the grounds of the Washington Monument, Saturday, March 28. LEGO Castle Adventure at Port Discovery Children’s Museum A builder’s paradise! Kids of all ages will enjoy designing their own castles or be inspired by the baby dragon and four model castles built by LEGO designers. Older builders will enjoy testing defenses with a LEGO catapult. Hop in the car and spend the day in Baltimore! Kennedy Center: NSO Family Performance of “The Magic Horn” Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 4:00 pm Come early for the Musical Instrument “Petting Zoo” in the lobbies of the Eisenhower Theater. Young concertgoers can get up close and hands-on with the instruments they’ll see played on the stage—from violins, trumpets, and oboes to trombones and percussion. Stay after the 4:00 pm concert for a Kids’ Chat. Young audience members can ask questions and hear engaging stories in an up-close-and-personal talk with the concert artists. Politics & Prose Book Store A talk about Jinx’s Fire with author Sage Blackwood (Ages 9 – 13)  March 24, 2015 10:30am: Jinx’s Fire is the final book in Blackwood’s trilogy. It “finds Jinx trying to unite the denizens of the forest of Urwald against threatening forces on all sides: the Bonemaster still lurks in the heart of the woods, King Reven is set on conquering the land, and the harsh desert of Samara looms just on the other side of the magical pathways Jinx has created. Even as Jinx struggles to get the ornery and staunchly independent Urwalders to work together, something is sapping the sentient forest’s power, the power on which Jinx relies to work magic.” Newseum—Be A Reporter! The interactive Newseum allows visitors to experience major news stories through the eyes of journalists. Take this opportunity to play a TV reporter or a weatherperson on a real news set. View an actual 12-foot high concrete section of the Berlin Wall while learning its history. And, view thousands of prize-wining photographs of historical events. The museum also has date-specific special programming like the upcoming one on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 2:30pm:“Inside Media: The FBI’s Ten Most Wanted: The Story Behind the List” at Knight TV Studio. US Botanic Garden Conservatory Connect with the earth and see what is springing up this spring. Visit this ever-changing plant museum, right on the National Mall. Founded by 200 years ago by George Washington, this garden teaches the value of plants to the well being of humans and to earth’s fragile ecosystems. Ask for a Junior Botanist kid’s backpack of exploration (free), for ages nine and above. Or, drop in on March 22, 2015 from 10:00am-2:00pm to design a kite for the Blossom Kite Festival. OUT AND ABOUT Tour the National Mall with “DC by Foot” Tour Company Let the kid-friendly tour guides walk you around town. The tour is free with a gratuity recommended. The guides infuse the tours with games, fun facts, and trivia. Tours include the Arlington Cemetery Walking Tour, the Lincoln Assassination Walking Tour, and the Twilight Washington Bus Tour. The National Zoo See something new every time you walk through the zoo! Elephants, armadillos, bald eagles, tigers, bears, poison dart frogs, and so much more. And don’t forget to visit the birds in the aviary and the monkeys in the often-missed Amazonia Exhibit. Sandy Spring Adventure Park: Zip-Lining & Tree Adventure Opens on March 20, 2015: Climb trees, ride the zip line, or figure your way out of a challenging wooden labyrinth. The Adventure Forest has 13 trails, 29 zip lines, six difficulty levels and almost 200 challenging bridges. The park offers twilight climbs on Fridays and Saturdays beginning at 7:00 pm. Gravelly Point Park Right next to National Airport with an incredible view of the Washington skyline, it’s a beautiful spot for you to take a picnic and watch the planes take off. In-line Skating Trails Around the District of Columbia Here is your guide to rollerblading in and around DC. How cool is that! National Harbor Kids can climb on the awakenings statue on the beach, ride the Ferris wheel, or tour a great nearby children’s museum. There are many good food options and galleries too. Audubon Naturalist Society: Woodend There’s no admission fee to roam 40 acres of meadows and trails at Woodend Nature Sanctuary in nearby Chevy Chase, MD. Spring is a great time to see the wildflowers! Smithsonian Museum of Natural History: O. Orkin Insect Zoo Do you have a budding naturalist in the family? Or an insect enthusiast? Visitors to this exhibit can touch live insects and even watch a tarantula feeding demonstration—three times, daily! If your child likes this exhibit, check out the butterfly pavilion, too. Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium The nature center displays are a little dated, but the interactive planetarium show and friendly …
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Christ Episcopal School DC Area - For Sale - Financial Services

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Christ Episcopal School is one of the best preschools in washington dc area. It has been known for providing a rigorous private school education at an affordable price for the last half century.

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From the Parent Perspective: Choosing a Private School -

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Choosing the right school for your child is an important decision.
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Choosing an appropriate school for your child's education is one of the most difficult tasks.

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Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

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By Joseph E. Powers, The Woods Academy, Head of School Most of us parents were taught math a certain way. Like the vow we take in marriage, for better or worse, how we learned math was better or worse. It was black and white and there was very little critical thinking involved. Computation was king. In marriage, we know for better or worse means there is give and take and it is a relationship that works because two people make it work. There is no one formula to make it work, rather, there are many variables that factor into making it work. Math, today, is not much different. Math as we knew it has changed. For all you parents out there, try and solve the problem in the picture below. This is the work the 5th graders are doing in math now.                                   Can you solve it correctly? While computation is very important, critical thinking has rightfully made its way more front and center in math work these days. This is not a bad thing at all. Now, if only I could solve the problem above. I know what I will do, ask a 5th grader. Just like Mikey from the Life cereal ad (who lived in my neighborhood growing up), they “like it.” To be honest, I like it too. Our future is bright with great problem solvers. Stay tuned for more news on our math program.
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Gonzaga College High School

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Gonzaga College High School is a Jesuit, Roman Catholic school and a part of the Archdiocese of Washington. In 1821, the Society of Jesus (commonly referred to as the Jesuits) founded Gonzaga. It is a part of the system of Jesuit High Schools in this country and around the world. The school’s all-male student body currently numbers 960 students, and Gonzaga seeks to challenge each student while encouraging spiritual growth. In addition to our strong academic program, other important aspects of life at Gonzaga are our community service outreach programs and co-curricular activities, including our sports teams and club organizations. Altogether, these aspects educate a well-rounded student, a young man who is: intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice in generous service to the people of God. Simply put, we educate our students to be Men for Others.
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Edmund Burke School

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Burke is a progressive, urban, college-prep school for boys and girls in grades 6-12. Located two blocks south of the Van Ness metro stop in northwest DC, we provide a warm, inclusive and diverse community and offer challenging academics, world-class arts and championship sports. We emphasize service and leadership, as modeled by Edmund Burke’s famous quote: “All that’s necessary for the triumph of evil is for enough good men to do nothing.”  We invite you to visit our website: www.burkeschool.org.
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Cornerstone Schools of Washington, D.C.

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At Cornerstone, we believe each child should have the opportunity to reach his or her full potential. We begin by integrating faith and learning through an outstanding academic program. During our extended school year, we emphasize basic skills in the core subjects of language arts and math. In addition, our curriculum focuses on critical thinking to produce young people who can make wise decisions throughout life. All Cornerstone students study a foreign language, and class work is reinforced with mandatory homework. Our parents also commit to being involved, both through helping students at home and volunteering at the school.
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Ajaz’s Day Care

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Ajaz's Day Care is located at 19225 Gunnerfield Lane in Germantown Md.

At the daycare meals and snacks are provided .There are activities and stories and fenced play yard.

 

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Happy Beginnings Child Care

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About Our Program 301-330-3025 Gaithersburg 301-515-5440 Germantown Established in 2008, Happy Beginnings Child Care is a high quality child care program that is certified with the MD State Department of Education and the Montgomery County Office of Childcare. The early childhood educator staff have: ~ A Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of MD and 10 years of experience in early childhood education (Gaithersburg Location) ~ A Master of Science in Psychology from the University of MD with an emphasis in child development and 30+ years experience in early childhood education (Germantown Location). ~The staff in addition hold 250+ hours of early childhood training from the MD State Department of Education. Our program offers: ~ Healthy and nurturing environment ~Structured daily activities ~Kindergarten Preparation ~Highly Professional, Certified and Experienced Staff ~Organic Food and Organic Milk sourced from Local Sustainable Farms ~TV Free Zone ~Daily Written Report ~Monthly Newsletter ~Insured
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Preparing for the Parent - Teacher Conference

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How to get the most out of the parent teacher conference.
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Creating Excitement and Supporting Reading for Ages 5-8 -

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by Jennifer Myers, 2nd Grade Teacher, St. John’s Episcopal School, Olney, Maryland “Drake pushed open the big stone door. He felt afraid. But more than that, he was curious. He pushed it open and saw the face of a giant, red dragon! Drake blinked. He didn’t believe his eyes. Then — Woosh! — the dragon shot a huge fireball from his mouth!” (Dragon Masters; Rise of the Earth Dragon by, Tracey West). Capturing the imagination of early readers is pivotal in their learning adventure and reading aloud to your child is one of the most important pieces of early reading. Young minds are adept at creating visual representations when they are read aloud to. Set the characters apart by using different voices or intonation. By doing this you show the emotion and further develop the characters in the passages. Allow your child to “book shop” with you to grow their personal library. Do not discourage the selection of books; let them browse freely in the age appropriate sections. Read aloud to your child every day. One way to do this is incorporating 20 minutes of reading time into their bedtime routine. Role modeling reading for your child is just as important as capturing their attention. Read to them at first and over time take turns reading aloud together one page at a time. When they become more confident readers, hand them the reigns! Time and patience in supporting your child academically is another crucial point to raising a child who loves to read. When your child comes to a hard word, ask them to first sound it out as best they can. Breaking compound words into smaller words is very helpful. I often find that early readers like to use a “reader” or visual tool to help them track when they read. Long legos, mini fly swatters, fancy bookmarks, mini flashlights, and feathers are all engaging tools that motivate them to read. Help them out when needed, explain why the letters sound the way they do, for example, a silent “e” at the end of a word forces the vowel in the middle to say its name. Take the word “cake” for instance; the “e” on the end bosses around the letter “a” in the middle to say its name when sounding it out. This “e” is often referred to in schools as the “magic e” or the “bossy e”. The best thing you can do for your child is to role model reading and show them that reading is important in your home. Let them see you reading, whether it’s the newspaper, a book, a magazine, a cookbook, or an e-reader. Set aside quiet time; a spot where everyone can read alone but in the same room (this works great on weekends). Incorporate reading together into your bedtime routine. Allow them to bring along a book instead of gaming devices when heading out and about in the car. Start listening to your child read. Are they using intonation? Ask them questions about the book. Do they understand what they read? Engage them in questions to think about what will happen next. Ask, “I wonder what Drake will do when he feels the heat from the dragon’s fireball?” You are your child’s advocate and their biggest supporter for learning. Be the fireball that lights their excitement for reading!
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The best weather of the season –Spring, has finally arrived! Wondering how to spend time with family without spending much on flight tickets and hotel room? Here are few top tips to make you spring...

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Christ Episcopal School – Dc Area

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Christ episcopal school is one of the best preschools in washington dc area. . ... for more information, visit us @ http: //www. dcschoolhub. com/listing/christ-episcopal-school-3/..
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Christ Episcopal School is one of the best preschools in washington dc area. It has been known for providing a rigorous private school education at an affordable price for the last half century

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STEM, STEAM or The Three R’s?

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by Dr. Caroline Chapin, Head of School, Christ Episcopal School The honest answer is that you do not have to feel forced to make a choice. It is, indeed, possible to have it all, especially during the early childhood and elementary school years. The fact is that any good educational institution, serving the needs of preschool through elementary school children, is going to have well-established, rigorous and engaging reading, writing and mathematics curricula (the Three R’s). These three subjects should serve as the strong foundation of the entire academic program. However, along with these critical academic components, focusing on nurturing close, personal relationships; providing for the healthy growth and development of a child’s self-confidence; and training these young children in the ways of living full, productive lives in their communities are also critically important skills. Is having a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) or STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) program also important for young children in order to be ready for their adult lives? Yes and no! Certainly, exposing young children to these areas of content in meaningful and engaging ways is important. Often, it is through the study of these subject areas that a teacher can find content that is especially engaging for children, and therefore inspires a child’s desire to learn more. Increasing a child’s reading, writing and mathematics skills as they plant seeds in a garden, build bridges with blocks, watch a video about orca whales, count their Halloween candy, create a piece of artwork or perform in a play is what makes going to school fun and engages the imagination. It brings context and meaning to the academic skills. The core of a STEM or STEAM curriculum, however, is more than these discrete content areas. A true STEM/STEAM program provides students with opportunities to work in teams to solve unique problems. The problem is that many schools are adding amazing academic content in the STEM areas without teaching children how to work on a team. Students are put in teams without possessing the skills necessary for doing successful team work: work in which every member of the team has a voice and is able to make a meaningful contribution. The extroverts take over the work, and the introverts sit quietly and watch. That is not team work. That is group work done with one powerful leader. What are the skills that support effective team work and can also be taught? Well, think about successful athletic teams. On these teams, each individual is recognized for the gift/talent he/she has to offer. The gift or talent is then offered for the benefit of the whole. If a soccer team loses, the goalie is not held soley responsible for having allowed too many scores from the other team. The team recognizes that it is also because the defenders did not do their job of keeping the ball away from the goal and the forwards did not keep the ball on their scoring end of the field. The team loses out on success, not the individual. Schools can do a better job of teaching children that their own success can also be their team’s or class’s or school’s success. Everyone is more successful when the whole is successful. At a very young age, we can teach children how to be good listeners, recognize and honor the gifts of others, receive the gifts of others, offer their own gifts for the betterment of the whole, appreciate cultural differences and provide support to others so that all can achieve the task at hand. STEM or STEAM? Awesome. The Three R’s and a heart for others? Non-negotiable. Christ Episcopal School (CES) offers a program called Learning Integration for Tomorrow: A Values-Centric Education on the Digital Frontier (LIFT) that addresses these important components of a 21st century education in preschool 2’s through 8th grade classes. As the preschool 2’s work together to clean up their room, they are taught, “We sink or sail together.” CES elementary and middle school students? They are coached to listen actively to understand, be positive and respectful, appreciate differences, offer help willingly and contribute to the community . CES is a beautifully diverse community, where immersed in quality curricula, students are being trained to think and work as teams of scientists, technology experts, engineers and mathematicians work every day.
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The 'Frozen' Obsession

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by Dr. Samantha, C. Sweeney, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, fpsch.com If you have a child under the age of 10, chances are that you have seen Disney’s Frozen. In fact, it is more than likely that you’ve seen it multiple times and know every single song by heart. It’s even possible that you have been woken up by hearing your child sing ‘Let It Go’ at the top of his or her lungs very early in the morning (this may or may be a personal experience). I love the following article because it really helps us, as parents, understand, and therefore better tolerate, this obsession. I really like that the authors acknowledge the internal struggle of preschoolers, comparing it to Elsa’s emotional struggle. This is also true for older children-reconciling your inner feelings with your outer behavior is hard no matter what one’s age. I also feel that children identify with Anna as well. A girl who is torn in different directions and ultimately chooses the love of her sister over her own emotional needs (spoiler alert!). Sibling relationships are defined by closeness and conflict-this movie really resonates with children because it very accurately portrays that delicate balance. So if you can stand it, watch ‘Frozen’ one more time and try to see it from your child’s point of view. It may just be you who ends up belting out ‘Let It Go’ before you’ve had your coffee. http://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/01/06/why-little-girls-are-so-completely-obsessed-with-frozen/
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Report: U.S. Millennials Getting Schooled in Skills

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The U.S. should emphasize gaining skills and not just educational attainment, a new report says. by Allie Bidwell, Education reporter for U.S. News & World Report Educational attainment among U.S. millennials has been on the rise. More students than ever are graduating from high school, and the percentage of young people with a college education has been inching up over the last few years. But those on track to make up almost half of the workforce might not have the necessary skills to compete internationally, according to a new report. Educational Testing Service, a private, nonprofit testing organization, analyzed the results of the Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIACC), which is administered by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development. The PIACC is a household study of samples of people ages 16 to 65 in more than 20 countries. In its report, Educational Testing Service focused solely on the 2012 data for millennials – the most recently available PIACC information – which the company defines as those born after 1980. On measures of literacy, numeracy and problem-solving in a technology-rich environment, U.S. millennials scored at or toward the bottom. [READ: College Grads Question the Return on Investment of Today’s Degrees] “We wanted to focus on millennials because this is the group that will be in the workforce for the next, potentially, 40 years,” says Madeline Goodman, a co-author of the report. “They represent the decision-makers and the parents and the citizens of the future.” In literacy, U.S. millennials scored lower than their peers in 15 of 22 countries; in numeracy, they ranked last, along with those in Italy and Spain; and in problem-solving, U.S. millennials tied for last with those in the Slovak Republic, Ireland and Poland. The data also suggested there has been a trend of declining skills among U.S. adults: The percentage of millennials scoring below the minimum standard (Level 3) in numeracy has increased across all levels of educational attainment since 2003. And although all measures are important, numeracy (how adults use mathematical concepts in everyday tasks) is tied to labor force outcomes more strongly than literacy and problem-solving, says Anita Sands, a co-author of the report.  READ MORE
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Georgetown Day School - High School

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Georgetown Day School honors the integrity and worth of each individual within a diverse school community. GDS is dedicated to providing a supportive educational atmosphere in which teachers challenge the intellectual, creative, and physical abilities of our students and foster strength of character and concern for others. From the earliest grades, we encourage our students to wonder, to inquire, and to be self-reliant, laying the foundation for a lifelong love of learning.
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British School of Washington

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British School of Washington is a thriving international school in the heart of Washington DC, championing the learning of languages and the visual and performing arts. With over 460 students representing more than 60 nationalities, we are a private school for Two Year Olds through the International Baccalaureate. Our highly-regarded program of curricula is unique in Washington, and the enthusiasm for learning throughout the school is truly remarkable. Our students enjoy their school experience, becoming active participants in learning and growing in confidence. Our UK-trained teachers focus on developing the whole child, enabling academic learning, personal growth and global awareness. Internationally minded and ready for the future, our students achieve outstanding success and progress to prestigious universities. British School of Washington is part of Nord Anglia Education, the world’s leading premium school organization. Founded in 1972, the Nord Anglia Education family of 31 schools extends to 13 countries, providing opportunities for our students to collaborate with their peers around the world. We understand the importance of great teachers and work to attract and retain the world’s best education professionals to inspire our students to greatness. We do this through High Performance Learning, our approach that is centered around a combination of guided learning, challenges, and collaborative study in and outside the classroom. In everything we do, we are committed to ensuring that our students thrive and are equipped to make the most of every opportunity. At Nord Anglia Education, we are committed to helping others to be the best they can be.
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Bright Eyes Childcare - Judith Resnik

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Bright Eyes child care is a family owned childcare center operating on the grounds of Judith Resnik Elementary school since 2006. We understand the importance of providing children a safe, nurturing, learning environment to for children to attend when parents and guardians are doing the things they need to do during the day. Bright Eyes has a family feel as well as a strong learning environment to ensure that the children, parents, and staff always feel welcome, safe, and informed.
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Bright Eyes Childcare - Judith Resnik

Bright Eyes Childcare - Judith Resnik | DC School Hub | Scoop.it
Bright Eyes child care is a family owned childcare center operating on the grounds of Judith Resnik Elementary school since 2006. We understand the importance of providing children a safe, nurturing, learning environment to for children to attend when parents and guardians are doing the things they need to do during the day. Bright Eyes has a family feel as well as a strong learning environment to ensure that the children, parents, and staff always feel welcome, safe, and informed.
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