Resources for Our Community

Resources for Our Community

As the trial of Derek Chauvin culminates in a verdict, we reaffirm our commitment not only to social justice and DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) work, but also to the wellbeing of our community members. As a progressive school, we care deeply about the whole person—not just about academics, but about how our students and their families think and feel and process the world around them.

This is an especially difficult time to "process the world" amidst national conversations about racial injustice, so we wanted to equip you with a couple of helpful resources. These resources are linked here:

Beyond the resources listed here, you are welcome to reach out to Abbey, our school counselor, if you would like support as your children and family process all that is happening. 

Our community's strength is our connectedness as we hope and work for a brighter future to give to our children. This work begins with leading and teaching from the heart, and it is work to which we are unwaveringly committed. 


Originally sent as a community email on April 20, 2021.

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Nina Chibber, Director of Admission, Pre-K–1
Sara Huneke, Associate Director of Admission, Grades 2–8

P: 301.881.4100 x189 | F: 301.881.3319