Month: January 2023

Walk to School Wednesdays

Did you know that walking, biking, scootering, busing and carpooling can be good for the environment? Most cars burn gasoline (refined oil) to make them move. This is a fossil fuel which comes from the earth. When it’s burned for energy, it causes air pollution. So, why not walk, bike, scooter, ride the bus or carpool when you can? That’s why our Environmental Club is promoting Walk to School Wednesday!

Rising Middle School Families

Our 5th grade Eagles will leave the nest to head to middle school soon. We know that the middle school transition is both exciting and, at times, overwhelming.  Check out the most important next steps recommended by our counselor, Ms. Demastus, as well as information from Kenmore and Jefferson about their course information sessions in early February.

Celebrating Ovechkin’s 802+ Goal Milestone

On Jan. 13, the Washington Capitals invited 800 elementary students and staff to surprise and celebrate Alex Ovechkin for scoring 802 career goals. Students and staff from Barcroft, Glebe, Discovery, Long Branch, Escuela Key, and bus drivers attended the Capitals morning skate session and then took group photos with Ovechkin. The Capitals have had a […]