So Have You Noticed?Follow us on Instagram to see how GHCC is changing Baltimore.Congrats to all the ALC's learners, teachers, and volunteers for all their hard work this year!greaterhomewood20The ALC received a generous donation of reading classes today! These will help many learners who don't have proper eyewear.greaterhomewood21Christmas came early for the ALC! Workbooks and calculators for the new GED test came in today!greaterhomewood30@lisalettucelady with the FSNE Program presents on healthy eating and gardening at the Adult Learning Center.greaterhomewood10The ALC Civics class learns about Easter traditions in America by dyeing eggsgreaterhomewood10ALC morning reading class delves into poetry by listening to Nikki Giovannigreaterhomewood10The GED Math class uses popcorn to learn about volume. Who knew math could be so tasty?greaterhomewood10Maybe the last snow of the season!greaterhomewood11Big shoutout to the 12 CMU students who wrapped up their week of volunteering with us! Thank you!!greaterhomewood10
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Marion Jackson, Charles Village resident, and grandmother to Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School 4th grader Maliyah Jackson, was ecstatic when she received news that the instrumental music club was launching its spring session. For her, it meant a dream deferred could … Continue reading
Submitted by Kerri HambergAs a relatively new resident of Baltimore and a new volunteer at GHCC, I want to spend some time getting to know the area and the organization. Since I’m a former public school teacher and a parent, … Continue reading
Submitted by Laura Scott, Charles Village resident and parent. GHCC has been promoting Charles Village public schools with support from a neighborhood-school partnership grant from the Goldseker Foundation. This work– including parent focus groups — inspired a few families to … Continue reading