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Studio Twenty Seven Partners with Mundo Verde Public Charter School

News—————22 May 2013

Studio Twenty Seven is collaborating with Mundo Verde Public Charter School on the creation of a new campus at the former JF Cooke School in the Truxton Circle neighborhood of Northwest Washington, DC. Mundo Verde serves a pre-school through fifth grade population with a unique curriculum focused on sustainability and biliteracy. Earlier this year, MVPCS was named a Green Ribbon School by the US Department of Education, noting it as "exemplary in reducing environmental impact and cost; improving the health and wellness of students and staff; and providing effective environmental and sustainability education." Mundo Verde, Spanish for "green world," was recognized for their unique nutrition, health, and wellness-based curriculum, as well as an innovative recycling program. Studio Twenty Seven is excited to help Mundo Verde grow in the coming years.

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