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The Science of Sweets

The Science of Sweets

The Honors Conceptual Physics classes made cookies as the culminating piece of their recipe conversion project for their freshmen science course. Each student brought in a recipe, converted it to silly units (Tyrannosaurus Rex Brains, Grains of Sugar, Drops of Water,...

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Freshmen Facilitate Funds

Freshmen Facilitate Funds

Ninth grade students volunteered to sell baked goods, sing, dance, and juggle to raise money for victims of Hurricane Irma. The intrepid team of freshmen, joined by their history teacher Ms. Barroso, planned, coordinated, and baked yummy treats for sale at Eastern...

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A Winning Weekend

A Winning Weekend

Washington Latin sports teams finished the weekend with several more wins tucked in their back pockets. On Friday, the Girls Varsity Volleyball team, coached by Ms. Seid, defeated Georgetown Day School to win their second straight match. The Lady Lions won 3 out of 5...

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Kickin’ It Colonial Style

Kickin’ It Colonial Style

Eighth graders will visit Colonial Williamsburg on October 13, in an annual field trip to a city that is preserved like a time capsule.  Students will visit various historical spots, like ​Lord​ ​Dunmore’s​ ​Governor’s​ ​Palace​ ​at​ ​Williamsburg​ ​and​ ​the​...

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Palate-Pleasing Prose

Palate-Pleasing Prose

Eighth graders took part in their annual "Book Tasting" event, lead by librarian Ms. Hamm. Students first took a reading inventory to reflect on the aspects of a "perfect" choice book. Then students moved through various tables and had the chance to sample various...

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Partying with Parents

Partying with Parents

This Saturday  September 16th is a chance for parents and faculty to convene, eat, socialize, and catch up. The Parent/Faculty Social hosted by the Parent Faculty Association (PFA) is a great way to get to know other parents and faculty members in an informal setting,...

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Dads Make a Difference

Dads Make a Difference

Several fathers and father figures in both the upper and middle school have joined Project D.A.D., an effort to engage men in connecting with each other and providing enhanced support for the young people in our community, especially those who are most at risk. We are...

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It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

Parents in the middle and upper school have gathered in their children's classroom after-hours over the last two Thursdays to meet with teachers on Back to School Night. These events allow an important way for teachers to communicate face-to-face about curriculum and...

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A Portrait of Learning

A Portrait of Learning

Students in AP English literature took a trip Wednesday to the Portrait Gallery. This is one of our frequent trips to the Smithsonian museums that support our curriculum.  Students will view the Sylvia Plath exhibit and the permanent Struggle for Justice exhibit. The...

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