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High School Graduations Brought Joy This Year, Even If They Weren't Back To Normal June 26, 20217:00 AM ET Heard on Morning Edition Latin's 2021 graduation was one of three ceremonies featured in this national round-up. You can read or listen to the full story on the...
by Debbie Truong April 8, 2021 Schools and universities may plan for in-person graduation ceremonies this spring as long as attendance sizes are limited and physical distancing is observed, Mayor Muriel Bowser said Thursday. For outdoor ceremonies, pre-K to grade 12...
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Junior Luca Camponovo’s documentary “BeBop’s Blare: How Modern Jazz Communicated the Protest of Black Americans in the Middle of the 20th Century” was chosen by the National Museum of African American History and Culture to participate in the 2021 documentary showcase...
Varsity girls’ softball won the 2021 PCSAA championship, finishing its first undefeated season ever. The team is coached by Mr. Staten and Ms. Leah Kolb.
The Latin Lions MS Ultimate Frisbee Team went to Fort Stevens Rec Center to play DCI last Thursday. With such a large Latin team, there were two Latin squads (Alpha and Omega) and Washington Latin also lent DCI additional support in the form of two players. In the...
Latin’s A-Team baseball defeated BASIS 12-2 last week in a thrilling game. Seventh grader Tate Meier led the way with a 3 RBI day. Eighth grader August Heim picked up his 2nd win, working three innings and striking out 6. Latin moves to 3-0 on the season and will play...
Ms. Jost’s science research methods held its annual Poster Symposium on Wednesday at 10:30 in the courtyard. Students presented their year-long research findings. The class allows students to define and plan and complete an original research project on scientific and...