Join us Saturday, February 28th, 6:00 p.m. at France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, Hippodrome Theatre, 12 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 to celebrate Dr. Ellen H. Yankellow. Read the full story from WBAL.
Missed our late January or February 5th Open House? Do not worry, due to popular demand we have added 3 more dates/times in February. Come by, meet us, ask questions – we are here to serve your child’s individual needs!
2/17 5:30 – 7:30pm
2/21 10-12 pm
Danko said Monarch Academy is very supportive of the project. The school sent email blasts home to its students’ families, set up a collection box at the school, and let Nathan talk to each class about the project. Danko said that Nathan’s classmates have been “really grown-up” about the project. There was no snickering, which would have been expected when the 9-year-old stood up to talk about underwear. “A lot of people brought in stuff,” said Nathan.
Last year, Nathan collected over 400 pieces of underwear with the help of his fellow Cub Scouts in Pack 712 at Monsignor Slade Catholic School, Monarch Academy classmates, friends and relatives. All donated new underwear will be distributed by HOPE For All to homeless people in the county. The bras will be given to Sarah’s House.
The Children’s Guild will open its first charter school in the District of Columbia in fall 2015 for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Prospective parents and students are invited to attend a open house Thursday, Feb. 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 2146 24th Place NE in Washington DC to learn about the school.
Dr. Naomi Steiner of Boston University leading Dr. Andrew Ross, President and CEO of the Children’s Guild, through a neurofeedback session. The Children’s Guild hopes to offer neurofeedback as a regular service to students in all its programs.
Dr. Naomi Steiner, developmental behavioral pediatrician, professor at Boston University and expert in the use of neurofeedback with school-age children, will meet with leaders of The Children’s Guild (TranZed Alliance) to plan The Guild’s use of neurofeedback to improve the academic and behavioral skills of its students.
Dr. Tigi Mersha and Dr. Ven Sriram, two professors from The University of Baltimore Business school contacted The Children’s Guild and asked to study our success as a not-for-profit organization. The business school has come to realize the financial impact of the not-for-profits on the economy and want to study what makes not-for-profits successful. The Children’s Guild has agreed to be studied.
Watchdog.org contributor, Moriah Costa published an article today about the opening of The Children’s Guild DC Public Charter School. She discusses our Monarch Academy Charter Schools; interviewing Maurine Larkin, Principal of our Glen Burnie Campus. Costa highlights the importance the TranZed Alliance places on both environment and student individualization; interviewing key leadership of The Children’s Guild, Andrew L. Ross, Ph.D., LCSW-C, President and CEO, along with Kelly L. Spanaghe, MA, Ed.S, Vice President of Special Education and Student Support Services.