The Children’s Guild’s President and CEO, Dr. Andrew Ross is featured in the Capital Gazette. Read about it here: http://bit.ly/2kCujO4 Read the Sunday Capital print version.
Congratulations to Kimberly Jakovics, on her appointment to school principal of The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Academy Glen Burnie Public Charter School. Read more about Kimberly Jakovics.
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,… Read More »
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… Read More »
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… Read More »
The Children’s Guild supports and honors our unique students on all levels of the spectrum.
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 »
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.