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How Art Can Heal and Expand Horizons

On a recent Wednesday morning, six students gathered around the table in art teacher Donna Bonavia’s AP Studio Art classroom and talked about how...

When Your Child Finds School a Challenge

School or daycare can be equally stressful for kids and their parents. Your child’s school sends you more emails than your best friend does....

Choosing A Private School for Your Student

You’ve decided to investigate the possibility of sending your child to a private school. You’ve heard that many private schools have smaller class sizes,...

DC Charters 101

During the 2018-19 school year, 66 public charter schools operated on 123 campuses and served more than 43,000 students in grades PK3-12. More than...

Secrets of Egypt Family Day at National Geographic

Secrets of Egypt Family Day is on Saturday, July 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at National Geographic Museum, 1145 17th St. NW. Embark...

Storytelling Showcased Monthly at Busboys and Poets

“I’m just doing what I’m doing,” Vera Oyé Yaa-Anna said. “It’s what I would be doing back home. We never get away from our...

Angle for Family Fun at DOEE Casting Call

Looking for family fun that's off the hook? The Family and Youth Casting Call (FYCC) is a free annual event where the District Department...

Kids Get Free Saturday Lunch During Government Shutdown

Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Friday that due to the hardship DC residents continue to face during the federal government shutdown, free lunch will be offered free...

Should Your Child Go to Specialty Camp?

If you attended camp as a kid, you might have memories of canoeing, roasting marshmallows over open fires, archery lessons, crafting and overnights in...

How To Get An A+ At Parent-Teacher Conferences

Conferences are a wonderful way to learn about the teachers, the classroom, and how your child is doing in school. Though you may worry...