The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Annapolis Public Charter School students are looking forward to having a little fun this week, April 16th-April 20th with the team from the Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation (MAEF), which sponsors mobile laboratories that travel to schools in Maryland. The MAEF mobile labs teach students about Maryland’s rich agricultural heritage… Read More »
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The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Annapolis Public Charter School held a Grandparents Day for all of its students on Wednesday, March 28th from 10:00am to 1:00pm at the school. Those in attendance were Principal Myers, Assistant Principal McCann, School Counselor, Nikki Johnson, grandparents, grandfriends, and the whole school community. Grandparents Day gave the Monarch… Read More »
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… Read More »
On Friday, March 16th, the inquisitive 4th-grade students of The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Annapolis Public Charter School sat quietly as Author, Vince Leggett presented a history of the Chesapeake Watermen using the artwork in the cafeteria as a backdrop. Vince Leggett is the author of Blacks of the Chesapeake, a relatively… Read More »
In recognition of the mathematical constant “Pi,” read about how artists show visual representations of Pi: http://wapo.st/2Hz8XKP
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. For more information: http://amzn.to/2Fyem8n Thank you for your support.
Read Principal, Susan Myers’ interview and watch the video about the transformation in the Capital Gazette.
Monarch Global Academy Teacher, Heather Carnaghan, has joined a project called Wrapped in Love, which helps parents who have lost babies before, during, and soon after birth. 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… Read More »