Monarch Academy Annapolis receives recognition from The Washington Post for its work with bilingual students - The Children's Guild

The Children’s Guild is proud to announce that our amazing staff at Monarch Academy Annapolis was recognized by The Washington Post for the work they provide for their bilingual students. Our school educators do a great job of incorporating Spanish in their lessons making their students feel eager to learn and helping them feel more comfortable in the learning process.

As we are becoming an ever more multilingual society, we have noticed that our students are growing up learning English as a second language, so we have partnered with Towson University College of Education that trains teachers in creating an exciting and inclusive curriculum for ESL (English as a Second Language) students. We are pleased to provide language development through new content for these students without excluding them or removing them from the classroom. We as a school want to ensure inclusion for all our students and having a partnership with Towson University allows us all to see our students succeed.  We are so thankful to be part of our students’ achievements.

Below is a link to the article that features Monarch Academy Annapolis and the outstanding work that is being provided to our students and their families.