Grades: PreK – 8th grade
Assistant Principal: Ayesha Abdul-Rahim
The Trinidad Campus is a close-knit family of dedicated team members.
We are proud of the close relationships we build with our scholars and their families. The small size of the school community enables small class sizes, frequent individual and small-group instruction, and a keen sense of safety and order. We also provide a wide range of enrichment and experiential learning experiences that reinforce our curriculum, and create fond, lifelong memories for our scholars.
Students are provided with numerous opportunities to stay engaged and to develop socially, emotionally, and physically. We offer after-school STEM programming, music, dance, photography, art, intramural sports, chess, and more. Students participate in gardening and nutrition classes via Washington Youth Garden, study drama to bring Text Alive! with the Shakespeare Theatre Company, and learn oratory skills through The Oratory Fellowship with Ford’s Theater. We also provide mentoring for middle school students through a partnership with the Institute for Creative Community Initiatives and therapeutic counseling services through a partnership with AprilMay.
Grades: preK to 8
Student Programs and Activities
Charlotte Hansen has taught and led in PK-8, traditional and charter public schools in the District of Columbia since 2009.
As a teacher, she was in the inaugural Education Innovation Fellowship cohort at Citybridge Foundation, a fellow in Leading Educators, and a teacher/leader for two years before transitioning to full-time school leadership. She holds a MAT in Early Childhood Education from American University and is a Resident Principal through the New Leaders Aspiring Principals Program. Charlotte believes in rigorous Common Core instruction, quality teacher development, student-data-driven practice, and attending to the whole child as the pillars of a successful school. She lives in her school’s neighborhood with her dog, Rosie.