Artists at Monarch Academy Annapolis Public Charter School are currently at work on painting the school cafeteria with beautiful murals that reflect Annapolis’ cultural and culinary region. Read Principal, Susan Myers’ interview and watch the video about the transformation in the Capital Gazette.
UPDATE: Due to heavy rain, the June 4th date has now been rescheduled to Monday, July 16, 2018
The Children’s Guild, in partnership with RMTS, invites you to be a part of our 11th Annual Golf Classic on June 4, 2018. Once again, the tournament will be at Hayfields Country Club in Hunt Valley, Maryland, with its beautiful and renowned 18-hole golf course. Complete with celebrity golfers, prizes, lunch and more, it will be a fun-filled day.
*We are excited to announce that we have sold out of golfer registrations. There is still time to sponsor the event at The Guild or Tee Sponsor levels. If you’d like to participate, please contact Claire Turberville at (443) 506-0204 or turbervi@ChildrensGuild.org. Thank you for your support!*
Golf Classic Details:
- 7:30 am – Registration
- 8:00 am – Breakfast & Practice (Driving Range & Practice Putting Green)
- 9:00 am – Shotgun Start
- 2:00 pm – Lunch & Awards
- Scramble Format
To download the event brochure, click here.
Did you know that over the past 10 years, golfers like you have helped us raise over $300,000 for The Children’s Guild’s programs and facilities? Your efforts have helped fund:
- Our therapeutic group homes
- A new multipurpose building on our Prince George’s County campus
- iPads for children in our Autism Program
- Creative learning environments in our Monarch Academy Public Charter Schools
- Literacy programs and more
Proceeds from our 11th Annual Golf Classic will support creative and enriched learning opportunities at The Children’s Guild’s special education schools, our Monarch Academy Public Charter Schools, and our other programs for children and families. We continue, through our Transformation Education approach to learning, to transform the way America cares for and educates its children. Our unique, enriched learning environments and programs, which are the cornerstone of our success, are not usually covered by state reimbursement, and we count on generous, caring people like you to help.
As we celebrate over 65 years of serving children, families, and communities, we know that with your support, The Children’s Guild will be able to continue teaching children the values and life skills needed for a successful life; one filled with caring, contribution and commitment. Your participation in our Golf Classic will help us continue to empower our students with:
The Vision to see, The Courage to try, and The Will to succeed.
On behalf of our students, faculty, and board of directors, we thank you for supporting our 11th Annual Golf Classic.
For questions regarding sponsorship, golfer registration, payment or giving in honor of the 11th Annual Golf Classic, please contact the Claire Turberville, Special Events Officer at (443) 506-0204 or turbervi@ChildrensGuild.org.
The TranZed Alliance Gives a Workshop on Childhood Trauma and Poverty in Harrisburg, PA. Watch Shauna King, Consultant of the TranZed Alliance, on TV news station, Fox 43. Watch it and read about it Here.
The mission of Wrapped in Love is to comfort grieving parents by repurposing donated wedding dresses and turning them into burial gowns and pockets for babies.
If you would like to donate a wedding gown to this very worthy cause, please contact Monarch Academy Glen Burnie Teacher, Sue Clemson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Monarch Academy Glen Burnie Principal, Maurine Larkin at email@example.com and she will arrange a delivery by someone within The Children’s Guild.
Heather Carnaghan, a teacher at our Monarch Global Academy Public Charter School in Laurel, was named a semifinalist for the 2018 Excellence in Education Teacher of the Year Award by the Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Carnaghan was one of the top ten educators chosen from all levels of the public school system in Anne Arundel County.
The winner of this prestigious award will be announced at The 32nd Annual Excellence in Education Awards held on Wednesday, April 25th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Marriott BWI Airport Hotel in Linthicum Heights, Maryland.
Congratulations to Ms. Carnaghan on the nomination.
Tickets to the event are available here.
Students of The Children’s Guild’s Prince George’s County campus and The Children’s Guild District of Columbia Public Charter School attended The University of Maryland’s baseball clinic held on Monday, January 15th at the University of Maryland’s Indoor Practices Facility in College Park.
The baseball clinic was organized for students with autism and special needs and sponsored by League of Dreams, a non-profit organization that provides baseball experiences for individuals with physical or mental challenges. The students participated in baseball activities, skills development activities, and a scrimmage game. Those in attendance included Orioles Hall of Famer, Mike Bordick and Tampa Bay Rays pitcher, Adam Kolarek.
All Children’s Guild and Monarch Academy Campuses are closed Fri 3/6/15
The Children’s Guild honors Terry and Debbie Carnes, who has raised more than $550,000 to support The Children’s Guild’s work. The Children’s Guild named its Prince George’s County campus school building The Terry and Dojuan Carnes Building.
Read this week’s write-up on Terry and Debbie Carnes in Baltimore City Biz List
Jay Gregorio, a teacher at our Prince George’s County Campus, was honored recently by Voya Financial, Inc. and received a $2,000 grant as part of the company’s 2017 Voya Unsung Heroes Competition. These grants were awarded to K-12 educators nationally to honor their innovative teaching methods, creative educational projects and ability to positively influence their students. Selected from more than 1,200 applicants, Mr. Gregorio was one of only 100 winners across the country. He was selected for his innovative teaching idea “Eureka for the IDEA!,” a STEM-based project designed to provide opportunities for the special education population. The project engages students in hands-on activities that encourage critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity and recognizes students’ interests in experimenting, drawing, designing and building. Congratulations to Mr. Gregorio.