For the sixth year in a row, our very generous friends at Dignity Washington, a Catholic Intentional Community, provided dozens of brightly wrapped presents and two bicycles (!), for families in need of a little extra holiday cheer. Carl Spier and Tom Hardy who live “just around the corner,” and take special interest in Maury, […]
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So you want to learn how to code?
Last year, Maury students participated in the Hour of Code which aims to show that anyone can learn the basics of coding and encourage broader participation in the field of computer science. But why limit the coding experience to once a year and only for an hour (or a 45-minute Think Tank special)? Under the […]
Meet Our Newest Teachers: Baby Benji, Baby Alex, and Roots of Empathy
Ms. Rabiah, Instructional Coach at Maury, gives us a peek into this year’s Roots of Empathy Program. “Is Baby Benji coming today?” “When is Baby Alex coming next?” These are two questions I’ll be hearing nonstop now that Roots of Empathy has begun. Our fourth grade students look forward to the day that our Roots […]
Working as a Team: The Essential Guide to APTT
Grade 2 Teacher Ms. Fox gives us the inside scoop on APTT, and how it improves student learning and benefits the school community. As part of our partnership with the Flamboyan Foundation, Maury is doing a different kind of parent–teacher conference in Grades 2–5: the Academic Parent Teacher Team (APTT) Meeting. Background The APTT model was first developed in […]