Capitol Hill Day School kicked off the 2019-2020 school year with its traditional Common Threads assembly in Garfield Park.
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Capitol Hill Day School Librarian Sylvie Shaffer was featured in an Alliance for Excellent Education webinar last April, discussing diversity in the school library, and specifically addressing the question, "Does my collection reflect my community?"
The school calendar is winding down, but Capitol Hill Day School students are gearing up for year-end activities.
CHDS 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Graders spent the morning at the MLK Memorial, reflecting on their Black History Month learning, sketching, and recording their thinking.
Photographer Phil Portlock presents his 1968 Photo Essay to CHDS middle schoolers.
CHDS 2nd Graders delivered a record number of lunches as part of our Wednesday Extra Lunch program!
As we continue our study of the events of 1968, 4th Graders had the opportunity to meet with and learn from politician and civil rights leader, Congressman John Lewis.
Why are high-quality books for emerging readers so challenging to find? Our marvelous librarian, Sylvie Shaffer, dives deep into great books for PreK though 2nd Grade emerging readers in her article for Horn Book Magazine.
Capitol Hill Day School middle school students attend the Be Seen Be Heard Diversity Conference.
CHDS families help put together trail mix for Martha's Table on Founders Day.
Young children are natural scientists and engineers.
Welcoming Guests and Creating a Middle School "Home"
Students explore, engage, and connect on the annual 8th grade trip to Sheridan Mountain Campus.
Student activism at Capitol Hill Day School
Children as change makers, and learning global competence
CHDS rock hounds, recyclers, and aviators
Defining and building community at Capitol Hill Day School
Interconnected, real world teaching & learning at CHDS
New playground and summer school for teachers!
Capitol Hill Day School Class of 2017 (July2017 Hill Rag)
CHDS students happily hosted over 120 Grandparents & Grand Friends!
Gray Matters: Problem solving and collaborative learning in the CHDS math program