Dear CommuniKids Families, Late yesterday we learned that a member of our administrative team tested positive for COVID-19. Because our administrative team has been working together this week to reopen for summer camp, we have decided that we must take additional precautions to make sure we don’t spread the virus within our community and beyond.…

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COVID19

Due to the developing COVID-19 situation and following the recommendations of DCPS, OSSE, and The Virginia Department Of Social Services CommuniKids will be closed until March 31, 2020. All tours and open houses are canceled until further notice. The safety, security and well-being of our students and staff is our number one priority. We will…

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By Chontelle Bonfiglio from the site Bilingual KidSpot As a parent speaking the minority language with my own bilingual children, I know it can sometimes be difficult and stressful when kids won’t speak your language. I have compiled a list of ways I have found helpful to boost the minority language based on my own…

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Girl Exercising

For many parents, it’s a daily struggle to make sure the kids get well-balanced meals, exercise every day, and aren’t engaging in unhealthy activities. But you don’t have to feel stressed or overwhelmed when it comes to your children’s health. Incorporating some simple life changes at home will help everyone stay on a healthy track…

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CommuniKids Language Immersion School for Young Children, with locations in Falls Church and DC, is working to increase our global engagement through NAEYC Department of Global Engagement. The department of Global Engagement works with governments and other large-scale systems to create guidelines to support early learning, as well as to support early childhood professionals throughout…

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On May 11, 2018, CommuniKids was informed that it had the winning bid on a facility located at building 41 of the University of the District of Columbia (UDC). This recently renovated facility was offered by public bidding process to high quality early childhood educational providers as part of Mayor Bowser’s “Thrive by Five” initiative.…

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A new study The Life-Cycle Benefits of an Influential Early Childhood Program, co-authored by Nobel laureate James Heckman, a professor of economics at the University of Chicago and the director of the Center for the Economics of Human Development shows that an investment is in children, results in richer, fuller, healthier lives for the entire family. Heckman’s study…

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