WUSA9 Returns for No Tech Challenge Update

WUSA9 Returns for No Tech Challenge Update

DC students get paid $100 for putting their phones away Evan Koslof, WUSA-9, August 30, 2017 WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA9) – A couple months ago, WUSA9 brought you the story of an unusual challenge at one D.C. school. The principal at the Washington Latin Public...
WAMU Reports on Latin’s No Tech Tuesday Challenge

WAMU Reports on Latin’s No Tech Tuesday Challenge

What I Learned From ‘No Tech Tuesday’: Students Speak About A Summer Without Technology By Kate McGee, August 29, 2017 Before students at Washington Latin Public Charter School in Northwest D.C. left for summer break, their principal announced an unusual summer...
Reenacting in the Ruins

Reenacting in the Ruins

Seventh grader Anja Pratt visited Tuscany including the Etruscan town of Volterra, which has the ruins of a Roman theater. She was excited to put the skills she had learned in sixth grade Latin with Ms. Dorsey and and  theater class with Mr. Baldwin to work,...
Hitting the Hill

Hitting the Hill

Senior Isaiah McKnight had an internship this summer with Texas Congressman Marc Veasey. The student applied for the internship through the congressman’s website. Over his six week stint on Capitol Hill, McKnight logged contact information on spreadsheets,...
Hitting High Notes

Hitting High Notes

Sophomore Nora Butler and junior Ava Tiller were selected as members of the 2017 All-National Honor Ensembles Mixed Choir, Soprano 2. Both singers are members of Ms. Vercammen’s (Nevola) Honors Choir. The 2017 All-National Honor Ensembles program will take place...