We wish a Happy Lunar New Year to those who celebrate! Looking to learn more about this widely observed holiday? Share these books with your young reader.
Beauvoir, the National Cathedral Elementary School
Beauvoir is a primary school dedicated to educating a diverse student body in a caring and creative environment. www.beauvoirschool.org Mrs.
For more than 80 years, Beauvoir’s beautiful view of learning has provided young students with a dynamic foundation on which to build the rest of their lives. Beauvoir blends a unique history and tradition with constant innovation, creating an environment that respects and challenges young children. Beauvoir was founded in 1933 as a coeducational primary school for students who would move on to on
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As part of Beauvoir's DEIB curriculum, our third graders are exploring DC's history and culture through the study of the city’s vibrant neighborhoods. Using technology and resources gathered by their teachers, students are researching what it takes to plan a community, what makes those communities special, and how changes can be made to ensure that people are thriving in those communities. From Dupont to Anacostia, from the Wharf to Woodley Park, our students are covering all corners of the city!
Our third graders are taking a deep dive into DC history and culture, and they have different opportunities throughout the year to explore our beautiful city. One of our classes had a unique opportunity this morning! Thanks so much to SCOTUS for hosting our curious learners!
Enjoying last Friday's weather and the beautiful view💚
What do snowflakes teach us about symmetry? What do red blood cells do? How do you measure using a graduated cylinder? Discovery, observation, and curiosity fill our Science and S.T.E.A.M. Labs!
Five more days until Beauvoir Summer Camp registration opens!! Learn more at https://www.beauvoirschool.org/summer/
On what would have been Dr. King’s 95th birthday, we reflect on his life and legacy of courage, service, and relentless pursuit of justice. Here are a few books about Dr. King to share with your young learner.
We had a blast at our first community meeting of 2024! Our first grade students shared what they've been learning about different cultures, traditions, and holidays. And of course, there was lots of singing and dancing!
This morning, our Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Ryann Fapohunda, and faculty members from our DEIB committee, shared details of Beauvoir's unique DEIB curriculum. This new pre-k-third grade curriculum was researched and developed by Beauvoir educators to pair with our existing social studies curriculum. Thank you to the parents and caregivers who attended this latest Wednesday Windows event at the Washington National Cathedral's beautiful Virginia Mae Center!
Wishing those who celebrate a Happy Three Kings Day! Share these books with your child to learn more about this joyful holiday.
2023 was a year filled with joy and boundless energy at Beauvoir. Our rich history and tradition of excellence in early childhood education combined with an innovative and leading-edge curriculum positions 2024 to be one of our best years yet! Learn more about Beauvoir at beauvoirschool.org.
Thank you to alum Guy Martin '88 of Guy Martin Productions, LLC for capturing the joy of our celebration!
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To all those who celebrate Hanukkah, we wish you love, light, and joy.
Thank you to the many prospective families who joined us today for Beauvoir’s Fall Open House. We are also deeply grateful to our panel of parents who offered valuable insight into their students’ experiences as well as their own.
Día de los Mu***os runs from October 31 through November 2. It’s a time to remember and celebrate loved ones who have passed. These books offer unique stories you can share with your young learner about this special holiday.
It wouldn’t have been Halloween without our Haunted Gym, a Beauvoir classic!
We had so many great costumes at our Halloween Parade! Happy Halloween!!
Who doesn't love a pumpkin patch? From our oldest to our youngest learners, each class took a trip to the School's garden to pick out a pumpkin for Halloween. Many thanks to our parent volunteers for their help!
We rounded out our 90th birthday weekend with our annual Fall Fest! We couldn't have asked for better weather as our families enjoyed bouncy houses, arts and crafts, and a scavenger hunt. We're so grateful to all our parent volunteers who helped put together a fun-filled event!
Our celebration continued Friday with the opening of the time capsule! Buried during renovations in 2000, it was slated to be opened in 2020, but that was delayed by the pandemic. We were thrilled to have many special guests in attendance for the opening, including alumni who helped uncover items they had buried as students!
Friday morning, we honored Beauvoir’s 90th anniversary with a special chapel. We want to thank Canon Michael McCarthy, the Cathedral’s Canon for Music and Director for Institutional Planning and father of Beauvoir alumna Helen ’22, for gifting Beauvoir a new hymn!
What a spectacular weekend! Festivities kicked off with our 90th birthday celebration in the Cathedral. We were honored to have former heads of school Polly Moreland and Paula Carreiro join us, as well as the Rt. Rev. Nathan Baxter, among many other familiar faces!
Did you know firefighter remains one of the most highly ranked dream jobs according to our ELC and pre-k students? We are grateful to Engine 20 and Ladder 12 for inspiring our youngest learners this week!
Time for another round of !! Just under one week to go until the big birthday bash🎉🧸
As we reflect on Indigenous Peoples’ Day and look ahead to Thanksgiving, we strive to acknowledge and honor the perspective of these holidays through the lens of indigenous people. To help amplify these voices, here are a few children’s books we encourage you to share with your children.
Two weeks to go until our 90th Birthday Celebration!
Each year, our third graders attend a special MAESA (Mid-Atlantic Episcopal School Association) service at the Cathedral with students from area Episcopal schools. This year’s theme is “Run the Race with Perseverance”. What an honor to be part of a community dedicated to the educational, emotional, and spiritual enrichment of our young learners!
With less than three weeks to go until our 90th Birthday Celebration, we thought we’d travel through time and take a look at Beauvoir through the decades! We can’t wait to celebrate our birthday with you!
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