We’re pleased to share that The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy Public Contract School was featured on WBAL TV News. Monarch Global Academy Social Studies Teacher, Heather Carnaghan and The Children’s Guild’s Duane Arbogast were featured in the news segment speaking about charter schools.
Watch the video: http://bit.ly/2GriQte
Principal LaRon Martin of The Children’s Guild’s Baltimore campus is one of twenty-four emerging leaders from across the country who was selected to become a member of the American Express Leadership Academy through the Campaign for Black Male Achievement. Chosen for his demonstrated track record of improving the life outcomes of black men and boys, Mr. Martin will focus on creating trauma-sensitive environments and restorative practices during the intensive leadership development program.
Happy Charter Schools Week! We’d like to recognize all of the high-quality public charter schools in Maryland and DC who make a huge impact in the lives of students and families every day. Thank you for all you do.
To learn more about charter schools and the positive impact that charter schools have on student success, please go to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools: http://bit.ly/2rlWzY5 #MdCharterSchools #CharterSchoolsWeek
Congratulations to the Mighty Monarchs Wonder League Robotic Team at The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy Public Contract School. The Mighty Monarchs made it to the World-Wide Robotics Finals.
The Robotics team competed alongside nearly 400 middle schools in 21 qualifying rounds across Maryland and are currently among the top 1% of 7,100 teams from 63 different countries, aiming to win the World-Wide Robotics Title. The Wonder League Robotic World Champions will be announced the last week of May.
Watch The Mighty Monarchs Wonder League Robotic Team’s final video submission: http://bit.ly/2G3teXL
Read the write-up on the Monarch Global Academy Robotics Team in the Capital Gazette: http://bit.ly/2wbH22I
In March, the Robotics team from The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy Public Contract School was awarded first place for robot design in the FIRST Lego League. The Robotics team competed alongside nearly 400 middle schools in 21 qualifying rounds across Maryland.
To read more about the Robotics team at Monarch Global Academy go to: http://bit.ly/2DN2lX0
The Hungry Harvest SNAP Market this month at The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Baltimore Public Charter School was a HUGE success. The next two Hungry Harvest SNAP Markets are on May 23rd and June 13th from 1:00pm-3:30pm at Monarch Academy Baltimore located at 2525 Kirk Avenue.
Watch Monarch Academy Baltimore on WMAR ABC2 News’ Good Morning Maryland, to learn more about the SNAP Market: http://bit.ly/2KrQv9f
The finalists were selected from a panel of judges that included Anne Arundel County Public Schools Superintendent, George Arlotto, Board of Education President, Julie Hummer, and Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce CEO, Bob Burdon. The judges chose the finalists by reviewing teacher applications and then observing the teachers instructing students.
The winners of this prestigious award were announced at The 32nd Annual Excellence in Education Banquet held on April 25, 2018, at the BWI Marriott in Linthicum Heights, Maryland.
Read this week’s write-up on Heather Carnaghan on Fox 45 News: http://bit.ly/2Jvsjlc
Watch Heather Carnaghan on CBS Baltimore: https://cbsloc.al/2HP39kj
Daniel Turner, Eagle Scout and former student of Mr. Olisa Achike’s 8th-grade class at The Children’s Guild’s PG Campus paid a visit to the school on Thursday, April 5th. Daniel and his family visited the PG campus’ K-2 classrooms to deliver the bookshelves he made, and book and cash donations that he had received from people in the community to support The Children’s Guild.
After visiting the K-2 classrooms, Daniel presented an inspiring speech to the students and faculty in the Port of Call Café about his positive experiences and the great amount of learning that he had received while at the school. During his speech, he also addressed the young male students and asked them to consider joining him on his team as an Eagle Scout.
The event came to a close with Principal, Wayne thanking Daniel and his family for the generous donations to help The Children’s Guild.
Thank you, Daniel, for your generosity and for continuing to stay connected to The Children’s Guild Family.
Watch the video to find out what Daniel is doing now.
The Wires Down Video Challenge is an annual contest that is open every fall season to all public and private elementary schools in BGE’s electric service area. Participants are asked to create their own version of BGE’s “Wires Down” TV commercial for a chance to win up to $10,000 to use on a school enrichment project of their choice.
View the Monarch Global Academy video and VOTE here: http://bit.ly/2qkV397