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Student Perspective

Geovanny Vicente Romero is a graduate of the Carlos Rosario School’s ESL program. He started working as a paraeducator at the School in spring 2016. He wrote about his journey from being a government official in the Dominican Republic to working for fellow immigrants in Washington, D.C. I moved to Washington, D.C. in June 2015,… Read more »

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  • 400+

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    Diverse adult learners enrolled annually

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    Different languages spoken by students

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This past semester, the SG Campus celebrated its annual Green Fair. Under the theme of waste, students shared presentations and interactive activities with information on how to reduce and manage waste.

One of the participants was Diana, who studied Environmental and Resource Management in her native Colombia. Diana shared a game where students had to throw balls in baskets representing different kinds of waste. She said: "People learn this type of information more if they have fun while learning." Share with us any lessons that you learned from the fair!
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Join us tomorrow on World Refugee Day at the Sunset Run for Refugees in Foggy Bottom! A group of Carlos Rosario School students and staff will meet up at 7pm at 1957 E Street, NW. Come ready to walk or run with comfortable shoes and clothing. The run/walk will culminate with a candlelight vigil around the Lincoln Memorial. If you need more information, you send us a private message through Facebook or email at info@carlosrosario.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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