La Cara de Papel

IMG_0976While learning some vocab for parts of the body, Lina Maria Rojas’ Spanish II class decided to put a piece of paper with a Spanish word for a part of the face on a fellow Owl’s face. Needless to say, it looks like the first stages of a papier-mâché project. Let’s hope he didn’t get any paper cuts.

Stay hoot-iful, Owlz!

-E. Owlzon

Poor guy.

Poor guy.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the White House….

Several Emerson students and teachers participated in the Day Without Women march. At one point, a group of students started singing and dancing the hokey pokey in front of the White House. Enjoy this video of their awesome moves.

 

Stay hoot-iful, Owls!

-E. Owlson

Happy B-day Izzy

Happy B day Isabel!   Thanks Sarah & Quennie for the cake & flowers

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Emerson kids participate in DC High School Walk-Out

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Students from several DC area public schools walked out Tuesday only a day after Montgomery County students protested president-elect Donald Trump.

If you squint, that’s Amitai, Stephan, Sasha and Alex in the middle!  We are so proud of any young person who chooses to speak up about his or her values, whatever those values may be.

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Hair Bands Live

Hair is still very important in rock music!

Hair is still very important in rock music!

 

College Day!

 

Emerson Prep seniors work on their college applications and essays with college counselor Ms Oglesby

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Acting with Alan Wade

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Guest speaker Mr. Alan Wade, who is an actor and director, interacts with Emerson students in Mr. Bigger’s creative writing class, One Act Plays.   Mr. Wade is a professor at George Washington University and teaches “Introduction to Acting” and several scene study courses including contemporary and classical text. He is the immediate past director of Columbian College’s signature program The Dean’s Scholars in Shakespeare, a former department chair, and a former co-director of The University Teaching Center.

Emerson Artists “in the Making”

How Brains Process Pain!

 

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Ms. Ward’s Western/Non-Western Medicine class looking at how brains process pain!  She says it is nice and squishy

Congratulations, Emerson Class of 2016!

Faculty, staff and students want to congratulate the 27 seniors who graduated Emerson on Sunday, May 29th, 2016. Go out into the world and make it better!

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