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Please join us for our last Admission Program of the season, "Faculty Spotlight," this Saturday, January 12, beginning at 9:15 am.

Admission Programs, our largest admission events, are offered outside of school hours. At each event, you will hear from teachers, administrators, and parents about the St. Patrick's program and what makes it special. In addition, you will have a tour of our facilities.   

Admission Programs occur on both of our campuses. We encourage applicants for Grades 5 to 8 to join their parents on our MacArthur Campus (4590 MacArthur Boulevard, NW). We will provide childcare for our younger applicants while their parents explore our Whitehaven Campus (4700 Whitehaven Parkway, NW). Each event runs about two hours.

Read more about FINAL ADMISSION PROGRAM, "FACULTY SPOTLIGHT," THIS SATURDAY, JANUARY 12

Please join us for our fourth parent coffee on Wednesday, January 16—Your Middle School Reader—sponsored by the Writing & Learning Center. Presenters include librarians Jamila Felton and Ariana Hussain, Grades 6 & 7 humanities teacher Julia Smith, Learning Specialist Kristen Wilkins, and Learning Specialist and Writing & Learning Center Director Leah Corradi.

This coffee will provide parents with resources and practical ideas for keeping middle schoolers motivated to read. The group's depth of knowledge ranges from reading strategies and development to everything there is to know about young adult literature. Our parent coffee will definitely make for an educational morning!

Read more about JOIN US FOR UPCOMING WRITING & LEARNING CENTER COFFEE, LED BY DAY SCHOOL FACULTY: YOUR MIDDLE SCHOOL READER

On Friday, January 18, St. Patrick's will honor the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with two chapels—one for Kindergarten-Grade 5 in the Nave on the Whitehaven Campus and a second chapel for Grades 6-8 in the MacArthur Campus music room. The Rev. Dr. Gayle Fisher-Stewart will be our featured speaker. She has a long demonstrated commitment to justice in the areas of race, policing, and equality. The Rev. Dr. Gayle Fisher-Stewart currently serves as the chaplain to the Takoma, MD, Police Department and associate pastor at Calvary Episcopal Church in Northeast D.C., where she founded the Center for the Study of Faith in Justice.

Read more about MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. CHAPELS WELCOME THE REV. DR. GAYLE STEWART-FISHER ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 18

Ten members of the Day School faculty and staff attended the National Association of Independent Schools' People of Color Conference. They travelled to Nashville, Tennessee, where they gathered with more than 6,000 educators from across the country. The four-day conference featured workshops, seminars, and speakers focused on improving the climate at independent schools with respect to diversity and inclusion. Throughout the conference, attendees were reminded of the variety of backgrounds, experiences, and emotions that exist in schools. The conference empowered educators to ensure that students feel that their voices are always heard, even during the difficult process of discovering their identities and how they relate to their school communities. Our St. Patrick's community will be stronger and better together, in celebration of our unique selves and our shared experiences.

Read more about ST. PATRICK'S EDUCATORS LEARN, LEAD AT NATIONAL CONFERENCES