The 4th-grade students of The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Annapolis Public Charter School engaged in a transdisciplinary unit entitled Leaving a Mark, How We Express Ourselves. In the unit, the students explored and learned about how different forms of expression tell us about life long ago. For the 4th-grade summative assessment, the students created wonderful projects to display in the “Eastern Woodlands Museum.”
We are so proud of the learning the students accomplished. Take a look at the “Eastern Woodlands Museum” video: https://flipagram.com/f/1NOYdO1Mp8V
Congratulations to the students of The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Glen Burnie Public Charter School, on winning a first and third prize in Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab’s Regional Maryland MESA (Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement) competition.
This year marks the first time that Monarch Academy Glen Burnie students participated in JHUAPL’s MESA program. Read more about the students and the MESA competition.
Congratulations to Wyatt Anthony, a 3rd-grade student of The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Glen Burnie Public Charter School, on publishing his first book, titled “Ryatt is Coming.” Wyatt is 9 years old and has attended Monarch Academy Glen Burnie since Kindergarten in the Fall of 2014.
On Saturday, March 24th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm, Wyatt will appear at Curmudgeon Books at Marley Station Mall in Glen Burnie for a meet and greet and to sign copies of his book. Read the article on Wyatt Anthony in this week’s Pasadena Voice.
The Robotics team competed alongside nearly 400 middle schools in 21 qualifying rounds across Maryland and will advance to the Maryland State championship. Read more about the robotics team and the competition.
In recognition of the mathematical constant “Pi,” read about how artists show visual representations of Pi.
The Children’s Guild is happy to announce that when our supporters shop at AmazonSmile from March 12th through March 31st, Amazon will triple the donation rate to 1.5% on your first purchase and donate it to The Children’s Guild.
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