Another Book Club for Kids Podcast featuring Eliot-Hine: 7th graders & Author Alan Silberberg of Milo: Sticky Notes & Brain Freeze

Eliot-Hine 7th graders interview and discuss the book “Milo: Sticky Notes & Brain Freeze” with author and illustrator Alan Silberberg. This book covers a tale of 7th grade angst and dealing with the loss of a parent. Check out the podcast, episode 70 on Kitty Felde’s Bookclub for Kids Podcast

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Eliot-Hine MS 7th graders interviews for Kitty Felde’s Bookclub for Kids Podcast.

 

Author Alan Silberberg on left and actor Joshua Malina (“West Wing,” “Scandal,” the “West Wing Weekly” podcast) on right, is the celebrity reader. 

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Want to check out other podcast Eliot-Hine MS has done? Click here for last year’s podcast on the book “Ungifted” by Gordon Korman.

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Eliot-Hine Front Office Temporarily Relocates to Eastern HS for Summer

The Eliot-Hine main office has relocated to Eastern HS for the summer (July 9 – August 13) while modernization work is underway this summer at Eliot-Hine MS. School staff are available during normal operating hours (9 AM – 4 PM, Monday through Friday), to address any of your enrollment and other school related needs. Families looking to enroll should come by Eastern HS instead.

If you have any specific questions you can contact the Eliot-Hine main office directly at (202) 939-5380, the DCPS central office at (202) 442-5885, or DCPS Facilities, (202) 907-8358. Also, the point-of-contact for the Eliot-Hine modernization is Oni Hinton and her email is Oni.Hinton@dc.gov.

EH Summer Office Move Signage