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Monthly archive for December2015

Flex Interviews – Chris Nardi, Principal

Chris Nardi Flex Academies President Joshua Chernikoff interviewed Chris Nardi, Principal of Thomas Pyle Middle School in Bethesda, Maryland. Principal Nardi’s afterschool program is one of the biggest in the state. He has been a big supporter of Flex Academies over the years. Flex Academies:…

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Flex Interviews – Visual Creatives’ Sara Sennett

Sara Sennett Flex Academies President Joshua Chernikoff interviewed Sara Sennett, owner of Visual Creatives. Flex has had a wonderful relationship with Sennett for more than three years. Flex helped Sennett take her business from one to three schools, offering an opportunity to work with different…

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Flex Interviews – Future Picassos’ Kathy Chattoraj

Kathy Chattoraj Flex Academies President Joshua Chernikoff interviewed Future Picassos founder Kathy Chattoraj. Chattoraj talked to us about how Flex has helped take her business to another level. She also talked passionately about how art impacts students and parents. She is dedicated to her business…

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Flex Interviews – Kristen Clemens, PTA President

Kristen Clemens Flex Academies President Joshua Chernikoff interviewed Kristen Clemens, PTA President for Rock Creek Forest Elementary School in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Clemens explains that as a PTA president there are many tasks at hand, including, for her school, a recent move to a new…

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Flex Interviews – Chantae Polite, Onsite Coordinator

Chantae Polite Flex Academies President Joshua Chernikoff interviewed Watkins Elementary School Onsite Coordinator Chantae Polite, located in Washington, DC. Polite spoke about how fulfilling it is to see the joy in the children’s faces during and after their classes and how parents echo that feeling….

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