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Scissors & Shovels Celebration

News—————21 October 2014

KIPP DC held a “Scissors & Shovels” Celebration on October 16 to commemorate the ribbon-cutting of KIPP DC’s Webb Campus and the ground-breaking of a new KIPP DC College Prep Campus. The celebration also honored Terry & Kathleen Golden, two of KIPP DC’s biggest supporters. Susan Schaeffler, Founder and Chief Executive Office of KIPP DC, described how the Goldens have been integral to KIPP DC’s growth and that Terry’s leadership as board chair will resonate for decades to come.

The video above captures KIPP DC’s passion and commitment to children’s education in Washington, DC and how the new Webb and College Prep Campuses will assist in achieving these goals.

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