Thanks to You

Thanks to You

In preparation for Thanksgiving, Washington Latin had a week of gratitude. Teachers wrote thank you notes and baked sweet treats to express our gratitude for volunteers in the Latin Pride campaign. Also, students in the choir performed for these parents in the library...
From the Writer’s Mouth

From the Writer’s Mouth

Ms. Collins’ AP Language and Composition class met with Dave Eggers at an event hosted by the Aspen Institute. Students had all read excerpts of Eggers’ book The Circle. Juniors Kyra Redman and Madison Childs had a chance to comment on the theme of childhood and...
Buzzing with Spirit

Buzzing with Spirit

Eighth graders took part in the first of several year-long advisory competitions, using the mathematical game buzz.  The game asks students to count off numbers and say “buzz” when multiples of a specific number are named. The winners were Robbie Mirabello in first...
Hooked on the Arts

Hooked on the Arts

Last week’s biannual performance of “The Hook,” the student-directed arts afternoon, was an exciting way for students to bond over creativity. Dozens of students performed, including ninth graders MK Wilson and Trinity Rich who read poetry. Senior Tabitha Smith sang...
Tourists in our Town

Tourists in our Town

Eighth graders played tourists in their own town this week, viewing several monuments, the Capitol, Archives, and Supreme Court. Students took a trolley tour down Pennsylvania Ave and learned about the history of each monument and a variety of historical tidbit and...