Two teenage girls on their way home from school were beaten in a Washington D. The girls left their high school and were waiting for a train on a crowded platform at the L'Enfant Plaza Metro station at about 6 p. The group of teens pummeled the girls for minutes while at least one person recorded the attack using a cellphone, the mothers said.
Clarke says he just had to pull out his cellphone and start recording when he noticed a person hanging off the back of an X2 Metrobus. He captured the shocking scene as he was heading home from work. In the video, the teenager can be seen standing on the back bumper of the bus while holding onto one of the vents.
We will be in Washington D. It will be our first time there. We will have 2 full days to tour.
Our family of four, two adults and two teenagers, is considering forgoing the beach this year and taking a trip to Washington DC instead. However, I have not been there since I was a little girl which was 40 years ago. So, I have no idea where to stay and what would be the best itinerary to see everything that needs to be seen while there. We would be staying for one week.
The Smithsonian offers fun and challenging and sometimes mind-blowing! These programs build confidence and skills of self-expression, communication, leadership, and provide college and career preparation, in extraordinary museum environments. David Skorton.
Teen Programs at the Museum empower students to examine the people, processes, and materials that create buildings and places. Our programs enhance the built environment in the classroom, helping teens to develop skills in critical and creative thinking, problem solving, analysis, evaluation, and teamwork. Teens explore the city, learn various forms of artistic expression, meet creative professionals, and design and install a museum exhibition.
One of the great reasons to visit DC with children is the number of activities that are either affordable or completely free. Most are easily accessible, especially if you plan ahead. Here are some edutainment activities guaranteed to leave an indelible impression on both you and your child.
The group was created in March as "New Urbanist Shitposting ", and was intended as a spin-off to another Facebook group, dedicated to maps and cartographic jokes. Reception of New Urbanist Memes for Transit-Oriented Teens is generally positive, with mentions that the group has inspired its members to take urban planning courses and apply for internships and jobs. The group's members have created about 20 to 50 spin-off groups related to the original. The group's content is user-submitted.
Imagination Stage provides a rigorous training ground for teen performers through our classescampsand ensembles. Beyond the classroom, we have many opportunities for teens to engage with us as leaders and volunteers! Whether seeking ways to earn SSL hours, building your resume for college applications, or wanting to be part of a fun and creative community of like-minded teens—this is the place to be!