Contact: Kate Oczypok, Marketing, Waterfront Academy
For Immediate Release
March 24, 2022
Waterfront Academy Announces Sustainable Transportation Plan
School awarded GoDCGo Platinum Level School Ambassador status
Southwest Washington, D.C. – Waterfront Academy, a Spanish dual-immersion Montessori school in the Catholic tradition, announced a Sustainable Transportation Plan. The school was recently awarded “goDCgo Platinum Level School Ambassador status.” The goDCgo Employer Ambassadors Program recognizes D.C. organizations for their efforts to be leaders in the transportation in their neighborhoods. Waterfront Academy offers transportation benefits to its teachers, therefore helping to make D.C. a healthy, green and livable city.
As part of their continued sustainability efforts, Waterfront Academy welcomed Kids Ride Free at the school today to promote the program. Kids Ride Free lets students ride for free on Metrobus, rail or DC Circulator buses within D.C. To be eligible, students must be D.C. residents, age 5 through 21, and enrolled in an elementary or secondary public, charter, private or parochial school within the District (or youth in the care of the District).
Additional platinum level organizations include: The United States Department of Homeland Security, The Peace Corps., So Others Might Eat (SOME) Inc. and others.
About Waterfront Academy
Waterfront Academy is a Spanish dual-immersion Montessori school in the Catholic tradition. Serving primary (ages 3-6), elementary (grades 1-6) and early adolescents (grades 7-8), the school is preparing children to be the next generation of leaders and decision makers. Our students are learning through an academically rigorous program adhering to Dr. Maria Montessori’s pedagogy and philosophy that fosters independence, problem solving, cultural awareness and Christian stewardship. To learn more about Waterfront Academy, visit our website at www.waterfrontacademy.org or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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