Congratulations to Teacher, Heather Carnaghan of The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy on winning the Teacher of the Year Award by Anne Arundel County Public Schools. The finalists were selected from a panel of judges that included Anne Arundel County Public Schools Superintendent, George Arlotto, Board of Education President, Julie Hummer, and Annapolis and Anne… Read More »
Book Fair News! The Spring Book Fair is coming up and we need your help! Thanks to your great support for the Fall Book Fair, we raised over $2500 for the media center. We will be continuing our tradition of giving back to the families in the Spring by having a Buy-One-Get-One fair. … Read More »
It is officially spring! And though the weather is a bit cooler at times, MGA students and their families are out and about expending energy with sports, spring cleaning, and the like. And as each of learned at an early age in science class, energy requires fuel! Your donations to the MGA Food Pantry… Read More »
Congratulations to the students of The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy who placed as finalists in the BGE Wires Down Video Challenge. The Wires Down Video Challenge is an annual contest that is open every fall season to all public and private elementary schools in BGE’s electric service area. Participants are asked to… Read More »
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Do you have 3 minutes? Watch the video of the Wonder League Robotics Team from The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy Public Charter School. Members of the Robotics team include 1st and 3rd graders, Gabrielle Walker, Chanel Umoh, Dior Umoh, Tyler Blake, and Charles Umoh.
Congratulations to The Children’s Guild’s Monarch Global Academy Public Charter School Robotics Team, on winning first place for robot design in the FIRST Lego League qualifying round. 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.