DCPS Coronavirus Closure

DCPS Schools Closed March 16–April 24 Distance Learning  |  Specials Teachers  |  Family Resources  |  Enrollment/Lottery  |  Health Info To help mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our region, DCPS will follow an updated schedule between March 16 and April 24: Monday, March 16 — Teachers and staff will report to school to plan […]

Maury Open Houses | January 23 or February 11, 2020

Please join us for an Open House on Thursday, January 23 at 9 am or 6:15 pm, or Tuesday, February 11 at 9 am. Open houses provide an overview of the school and include a Q&A with Principal Helena Payne Chauvenet. Sessions last approximately 90 minutes—morning sessions will include a guided classroom tour!   We hope to […]

Thank you Dignity!

For the past eight years, the very kind souls at Dignity Washington, a Catholic Intentional Community, have supported our families with a little extra holiday cheer. This year is no exception; their extremely generous contribution has truly gladdened our hearts and “made our spirits bright.” Many, many thanks, dear friends!

Maury Book Club

The Maury Book Club is a chance to go deeper into Maury’s Five Stances through books and resources for all ages. Read a book (or watch a video) and have a discussion—with your kids at home, with adults at school, or both! Please join us Wednesday, March 11 at 5:30 pm for a discussion on Empathy, […]

LSAT Minutes- April 23, 2019

LSAT Meeting Notes April 23 @ 7:30 am Members present: Taeneress Griffin, Sean Dillon, Shannon Von Feldon, Elizabeth Nelson, Kenyon Weaver, VanNessa Duckett, Abby Sparrow, Rebecca Sanghvi, Helena Payne Chauvenet, Maria Maya, Patrick Koontz, Susan Wall, Norah Rabiah Observer: David Pinchotti Name Change Survey Results Sean shared survey results. Team reviewed some of the comments. […]

Dyslexia Awareness and Simulation Workshop

Does your child struggle with reading? It could be dyslexia. People often think that dyslexia has something to do with seeing letters or words written backward, upside down, moving around or off the page. In fact, most dyslexics don’t see words any differently than others might. Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability, which means that […]