Kids2Kids Network Inc.

Kids2Kids Network Inc. Kids2Kids Network engages local youth in the betterment of the local community. Our goal is to provide youth with tools to break the cycle of poverty, pave a successful future and be good citizens through age appropriate Rising Stars and Bright Stars programs.

Operating as usual

SRI Ganesha Festival 2020
08/20/2020

SRI Ganesha Festival 2020

On the of occasion Sri Ganesha Chaturthi festival, KIDS TO KIDS NETWORK INC is distributing free food for Families impacted by COVID-19.

Date: 8/22, 8/23, 8/24
Time: 11Am to 2pm

Gentle Reminder First come first serve
Each day 108 food boxes will be distributed.

If you have any questions please reach out to contact below:

Coordinator
Siri Kompalli
Ph:5712463636

SRI Ganesha Festival 2020
08/17/2020

SRI Ganesha Festival 2020

!!Ganapati Bappa Moraya!! To keep the tradition of Sangeet Sewa During Sri Ganesha Festival,We will be doing Virtual Cultural Programs from 9 AM- 9 PM during August 22nd-24th .Four Singing stars of USA will be performing from 5:30 To 6:30 PM EST Saturday,08-22-2020.you can watch live at www.nristreams.tv .

SRI Ganesha Festival 2020 - Virtual Cultural Event RegistrationKids2Kids Network Inc., is preparing for another Blazing ...
07/31/2020

SRI Ganesha Festival 2020 - Virtual Cultural Event Registration

Kids2Kids Network Inc., is preparing for another Blazing Cultural Program for Sri Ganesha Festival 2020 on August 22nd to 24th, 2020.

We invite all participants, teachers, choreographers, parents to be part of this highly attended Virtual event. All entries should have good choice of music, dance quality, synchronization, costumes, usage of stage, props, etc. and above all entertaining factor. Please be innovative, colorful and creative in presenting your items.

Please keep checking our website www.ganeshafestival.us
for updates.

All participants should have ages 6 and above for all non-competitive items with duration of maximum of 6 minutes. *Single performances are strongly encouraged.
*Usage of various props in all performances is highly anticipated.
Place: Virtual, NRISTREAMS.TV
Registration Link : http://ganeshafestival.us/cultural_event_registration.html

Contact:
Sudha Kondapu- 703-855-0063
Srinivas Vuyyuru- 703-599-2430

Email:[email protected]
[email protected],

Expert tutors ready to help with personalized 1-on-1 tutoring!! Perfect your foundational math skills or tricky science ...
07/15/2020

Expert tutors ready to help with personalized 1-on-1 tutoring!!

Perfect your foundational math skills or tricky science subjects during the summertime before the next school year.

Free for students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch in school.

Tutoring in all K-12 subjects (math, science, English, history, SAT/ACT standardized testing and more)!

Register at www.kids2kidsnetwork.org/register
Please reach out to [email protected] with any questions.

06/29/2020

Home Work Review 06/29/20

06/29/2020

HOME WORK REVIEW 06/29/20

06/25/2020

Home Work Review 06/25/2020

Join our online Algebra 1 Summer Camp classes!! A great opportunity to build a strong foundation or for review! The prog...
06/12/2020

Join our online Algebra 1 Summer Camp classes!! A great opportunity to build a strong foundation or for review!

The program includes daily live online 1 hour math lessons taught by a TJHSST graduate, homework and enrichment assignments, and opportunities to ask questions. The classes will begin Monday, June 22nd, 2020.

100% of proceeds will be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement. The camp is free for students from low-income families.

Find more information on our website or email us at [email protected] with any questions.

Sign up at www.kids2kidsnetwork.org/register

Kids2Kids Network is providing a FREE, interactive math camp this Spring Break!Enroll your child for a daily live 2 hour...
03/24/2018
Enroll Your Child – Kids TO Kids Network Inc

Kids2Kids Network is providing a FREE, interactive math camp this Spring Break!

Enroll your child for a daily live 2 hour math session from Monday (March 26, 2018) through Friday (March 30, 2018) that will introduce and go through the basics of Algebra.

Please fill out this form if you are interested! http://www.kids2kidsnetwork.org/enroll-your-child/

Please contact us at [email protected] or (804) 742-0771 if you have any questions.

Kids2kids Network’s services are provided for free to students from low-income families in Virginia . This page provides everything you need to get started on enrolling a child in grades 1-12 in one of our programs. It only takes a few minutes and could literally transform the future of a deservin...

09/15/2017

Positive Parenting

Building Healthy Relationships With Your Kids

Tips for Connecting with Your Kids

Catch kids showing good behavior and offer specific praise.

Give children meaningful jobs at home and positive recognition afterward. Don’t be overly critical; instead, help them improve their skills one step at a time.

Use kind words, tones, and gestures when giving instructions or making requests.

Spend some time every day in warm, positive, loving interaction with your kids. Look for opportunities to spend time as a family, like taking after-dinner walks or reading books together.

Brainstorm solutions to problems at home or school together.

Set rules for yourself for mobile device use and other distractions. For instance, check your phone after your child goes to bed.

Ask about your child’s concerns, worries, goals, and ideas.
Participate in activities that your child enjoys. Help out with and attend their events, games, activities, and performances.

Come see the 20 foot Ganesha statue at the Sri Ganesha Festival 2017 in Lorton, VA!From August 25 - September 03, 2017, ...
08/22/2017

Come see the 20 foot Ganesha statue at the Sri Ganesha Festival 2017 in Lorton, VA!

From August 25 - September 03, 2017, everyday from 10 am - 9 pm.

at Workhouse Arts Center
9518 Workhouse Rd, Lorton, VA 22079

Cultural performances, pooja, workshops, and latest tehcnology, like drones, virtual reality, and 3D selfie printing, are available everyday.

See the flyer for daily highlight performances, such as Indian Idol finalist PVNS Rohit and Sri Krishna Parijatham Dance Drama, and fireworks!

If you would like to volunteer, please fill out this form. https://ganeshafestival.us/volunteer_registration.html

Kids2Kids Network Inc.
03/14/2016

Kids2Kids Network Inc.

March 14 -- or 3/14 -- celebrates the mathematical constant of pi. Pi represents the ratio of circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. While it is often abbreviated as 3.14, pi has an infinite number of digits beyond the decimal point, starting with 3.141592653.

Last year's Pi Day was one to celebrate since it was 3/14/15, perfectly matching the first numbers past the decimal point of pi. Last year, hardcore math fans even started celebrating the day at exactly 9:26 a.m. and 53 seconds. There's a big reason to celebrate this year too -- math enthusiasts are calling today "Rounded Pi Day."

When rounding pi to the ten-thousandth (that's four numbers past the decimal point), it comes out to 3.1416, matching today's date -- March 14, 2016.

And if you need any more reason to geek out about March 14, here's one: it's Albert Einstein's 137th birthday.

Kids2Kids Network Inc.
03/14/2016

Kids2Kids Network Inc.

March 14 -- or 3/14 -- celebrates the mathematical constant of pi. Pi represents the ratio of circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. While it is often abbreviated as 3.14, pi has an infinite number of digits beyond the decimal point, starting with 3.141592653.

Last year's Pi Day was one to celebrate since it was 3/14/15, perfectly matching the first numbers past the decimal point of pi. Last year, hardcore math fans even started celebrating the day at exactly 9:26 a.m. and 53 seconds. There's a big reason to celebrate this year too -- math enthusiasts are calling today "Rounded Pi Day."

When rounding pi to the ten-thousandth (that's four numbers past the decimal point), it comes out to 3.1416, matching today's date -- March 14, 2016.

And if you need any more reason to geek out about March 14, here's one: it's Albert Einstein's 137th birthday.

Kids2Kids Network Inc.
03/14/2016

Kids2Kids Network Inc.

March 14 -- or 3/14 -- celebrates the mathematical constant of pi. Pi represents the ratio of circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. While it is often abbreviated as 3.14, pi has an infinite number of digits beyond the decimal point, starting with 3.141592653.

Last year's Pi Day was one to celebrate since it was 3/14/15, perfectly matching the first numbers past the decimal point of pi. Last year, hardcore math fans even started celebrating the day at exactly 9:26 a.m. and 53 seconds. There's a big reason to celebrate this year too -- math enthusiasts are calling today "Rounded Pi Day."

When rounding pi to the ten-thousandth (that's four numbers past the decimal point), it comes out to 3.1416, matching today's date -- March 14, 2016.

And if you need any more reason to geek out about March 14, here's one: it's Albert Einstein's 137th birthday.

March 14 -- or 3/14 -- celebrates the mathematical constant of pi. Pi represents the ratio of circumference of a circle ...
03/14/2016

March 14 -- or 3/14 -- celebrates the mathematical constant of pi. Pi represents the ratio of circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. While it is often abbreviated as 3.14, pi has an infinite number of digits beyond the decimal point, starting with 3.141592653.

Last year's Pi Day was one to celebrate since it was 3/14/15, perfectly matching the first numbers past the decimal point of pi. Last year, hardcore math fans even started celebrating the day at exactly 9:26 a.m. and 53 seconds. There's a big reason to celebrate this year too -- math enthusiasts are calling today "Rounded Pi Day."

When rounding pi to the ten-thousandth (that's four numbers past the decimal point), it comes out to 3.1416, matching today's date -- March 14, 2016.

And if you need any more reason to geek out about March 14, here's one: it's Albert Einstein's 137th birthday.

Kids2Kids Network Inc.
02/28/2016

Kids2Kids Network Inc.

Stone Hill Middle School placed first in the MATHCOUNTS Bull Run Chapter Competition held on February 27, 2016.

Stone Hill Team members are -
Saketh Gabbita
Aneesh Boreda
Yash Arora
Rohan Cherukuri

Stone Hill team advances to the State competition in Glen Allen, VA on March 19, 2016. Khushi Chawla also qualified for the State competition and will participate as an individual.
Top 12 individuals in the region faced off in the the countdown round. Six Stone Hill students participated in the fast paced countdown round of the competition. Stone Hill students swept the countdown round. Top four students are -
Aneesh Boreda
Saketh Gabbita
Rohan Cherukuri
Khushi Chawla

Following students represented Stone Hill as individuals -
Vishnu Maddipatla, Udbhav Muthakana, Ananth Ramani, Viraj Boreda, and Sonika Vuyyuru

It was not an easy road to the states. After a school wide competition in September 2015, 32 students were selected to participate in weekly practice sessions. In December, based on a school level competition, top 10 students were selected to represent Stone Hill at the Bull Run regional competition. With all the cancellations and school closings these students kept up the regular practice and were ready to face the challenge from other middle schools in LCPS and other counties in the region. Congratulations on your achievement and good luck at the State Competition!

Kids2Kids Network Inc.
02/28/2016

Kids2Kids Network Inc.

Stone Hill Middle School placed first in the MATHCOUNTS Bull Run Chapter Competition held on February 27, 2016.

Stone Hill Team members are -
Saketh Gabbita
Aneesh Boreda
Yash Arora
Rohan Cherukuri

Stone Hill team advances to the State competition in Glen Allen, VA on March 19, 2016. Khushi Chawla also qualified for the State competition and will participate as an individual.
Top 12 individuals in the region faced off in the the countdown round. Six Stone Hill students participated in the fast paced countdown round of the competition. Stone Hill students swept the countdown round. Top four students are -
Aneesh Boreda
Saketh Gabbita
Rohan Cherukuri
Khushi Chawla

Following students represented Stone Hill as individuals -
Vishnu Maddipatla, Udbhav Muthakana, Ananth Ramani, Viraj Boreda, and Sonika Vuyyuru

It was not an easy road to the states. After a school wide competition in September 2015, 32 students were selected to participate in weekly practice sessions. In December, based on a school level competition, top 10 students were selected to represent Stone Hill at the Bull Run regional competition. With all the cancellations and school closings these students kept up the regular practice and were ready to face the challenge from other middle schools in LCPS and other counties in the region. Congratulations on your achievement and good luck at the State Competition!

Kids2Kids Network Inc.
02/28/2016

Kids2Kids Network Inc.

Stone Hill Middle School placed first in the MATHCOUNTS Bull Run Chapter Competition held on February 27, 2016.

Stone Hill Team members are -
Saketh Gabbita
Aneesh Boreda
Yash Arora
Rohan Cherukuri

Stone Hill team advances to the State competition in Glen Allen, VA on March 19, 2016. Khushi Chawla also qualified for the State competition and will participate as an individual.
Top 12 individuals in the region faced off in the the countdown round. Six Stone Hill students participated in the fast paced countdown round of the competition. Stone Hill students swept the countdown round. Top four students are -
Aneesh Boreda
Saketh Gabbita
Rohan Cherukuri
Khushi Chawla

Following students represented Stone Hill as individuals -
Vishnu Maddipatla, Udbhav Muthakana, Ananth Ramani, Viraj Boreda, and Sonika Vuyyuru

It was not an easy road to the states. After a school wide competition in September 2015, 32 students were selected to participate in weekly practice sessions. In December, based on a school level competition, top 10 students were selected to represent Stone Hill at the Bull Run regional competition. With all the cancellations and school closings these students kept up the regular practice and were ready to face the challenge from other middle schools in LCPS and other counties in the region. Congratulations on your achievement and good luck at the State Competition!

Kids2Kids Network Inc.
02/28/2016

Kids2Kids Network Inc.

Stone Hill Middle School placed first in the MATHCOUNTS Bull Run Chapter Competition held on February 27, 2016.

Stone Hill Team members are -
Saketh Gabbita
Aneesh Boreda
Yash Arora
Rohan Cherukuri

Stone Hill team advances to the State competition in Glen Allen, VA on March 19, 2016. Khushi Chawla also qualified for the State competition and will participate as an individual.
Top 12 individuals in the region faced off in the the countdown round. Six Stone Hill students participated in the fast paced countdown round of the competition. Stone Hill students swept the countdown round. Top four students are -
Aneesh Boreda
Saketh Gabbita
Rohan Cherukuri
Khushi Chawla

Following students represented Stone Hill as individuals -
Vishnu Maddipatla, Udbhav Muthakana, Ananth Ramani, Viraj Boreda, and Sonika Vuyyuru

It was not an easy road to the states. After a school wide competition in September 2015, 32 students were selected to participate in weekly practice sessions. In December, based on a school level competition, top 10 students were selected to represent Stone Hill at the Bull Run regional competition. With all the cancellations and school closings these students kept up the regular practice and were ready to face the challenge from other middle schools in LCPS and other counties in the region. Congratulations on your achievement and good luck at the State Competition!

Stone Hill Middle School placed first in the MATHCOUNTS Bull Run Chapter Competition held on February 27, 2016. Stone Hi...
02/28/2016

Stone Hill Middle School placed first in the MATHCOUNTS Bull Run Chapter Competition held on February 27, 2016.

Stone Hill Team members are -
Saketh Gabbita
Aneesh Boreda
Yash Arora
Rohan Cherukuri

Stone Hill team advances to the State competition in Glen Allen, VA on March 19, 2016. Khushi Chawla also qualified for the State competition and will participate as an individual.
Top 12 individuals in the region faced off in the the countdown round. Six Stone Hill students participated in the fast paced countdown round of the competition. Stone Hill students swept the countdown round. Top four students are -
Aneesh Boreda
Saketh Gabbita
Rohan Cherukuri
Khushi Chawla

Following students represented Stone Hill as individuals -
Vishnu Maddipatla, Udbhav Muthakana, Ananth Ramani, Viraj Boreda, and Sonika Vuyyuru

It was not an easy road to the states. After a school wide competition in September 2015, 32 students were selected to participate in weekly practice sessions. In December, based on a school level competition, top 10 students were selected to represent Stone Hill at the Bull Run regional competition. With all the cancellations and school closings these students kept up the regular practice and were ready to face the challenge from other middle schools in LCPS and other counties in the region. Congratulations on your achievement and good luck at the State Competition!

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