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Severna Park Elementary Will Mystify Audiences With “Alice In Wonderland Jr.”

A drowsy Alice has been falling through a rabbit hole and into a fantasy world for more than 150 years, delighting audiences every time. more

Stage & Screen Studios Takes Audience Under The Sea

Though it’s a live theater production, the performance has multiple aspects including motion picture backdrops and green screen segments. more

Windsor Farm Elementary To Present “The Lion King”

Let us hear your roar! Windsor Farm Elementary is putting on “The Lion King” as its spring musical. more

Oak Hill Elementary Celebrates Planet Earth

During the Earth Day festivities, Green Team ambassadors taught lessons to the younger grades, gave Earth Day speeches and read books. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Lil Shelton SPHS Field Dedication

Community members gathered to dedicate a field at Severna Park High School to legendary coach and mentor Lillian "Lil" Shelton.  more

Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Introduces A Special Fishing Derby

On June 8 from 7:30am to 11:30am at Downs Park, the Pasadena Sportfishing Group is collaborating with the Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Club to hold a fishing derby for children with special needs. more

Nelson Horine Named Principal Of The Year By The Washington Post

Horine has spent his entire 50-year educational career at AACPS. He started as a science teacher at Severna Park Junior High School. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Belvedere Student Wins Bowie Baysox Jersey Design Contest

"We have a culture of literacy throughout the building to encourage the love of reading. This is a great way to get kids to read, and it was our reading incentive for March." more

Annapolis Symphony Academy Announces Audition Dates, Expanded Program

Calling all young musicians! After a successful inaugural year, the Annapolis Symphony Academy is expanding its program to include talented elementary school musicians as its approaches auditions … more

Earth Day Festival To Focus On Ecology And Personal Wellness

Highlights of this year’s festival include an expanded eco-marketplace that will feature fair trade items from local vendors and craftspeople. A bike-powered blender will mix smoothies, and there will be other farm-to-table treats like salads and fruit bowls. more

Magothy River Association Awards Two Scholarships To AACC Student

The criteria for MRA scholarships include academic and volunteer work in environmental science, a 2.0 GPA, and an essay explaining the applicant’s passion and why they’re a good candidate. more

Severna Park High School Students Awarded Scholarships

Omer's future plans include majoring in early childhood education at Salisbury University, where she was accepted to the honors program. Upon college graduation, Omer’s goal is to teach in a classroom for a public school system in Maryland. more

Broadneck Elementary Students Aid Winter Relief

This year, part of Broadneck’s initiative was to do more community service and outreach. Reading teacher Kelly Kiriakidis worked with St. Margaret's to organize the project. more

Shipley’s Choice To Hold 10th Annual Tech Trot

Every year, the Tech Trot helps the PTA raise money to buy new classroom technology. This year, the funds will go toward Chromebooks and Smart Boards. more

SPHS Wish Week Volleyball Games

“It’s about getting our school involved in a world outside of Severna Park and teaching students the importance of giving back.” more

Magothy River Middle School Raises Funds For Student Lunches

The talent show charged $5 per person at the door, and it raised more than $900 to benefit the lunch accounts. more

Severna Park Teen Set To Graduate High School, College In Same Year

For two years, Shayna was dually enrolled in high school and college, and she still found time to work at Einstein Bros. Bagels in Severna Park and perform in local theater groups. more

Hate Has No Place In Our Schools

As a parent as well as a Board of Education member, I want all our children to feel safe at school. No child should be the subject of hate. more

Question Of The Month: Jones Elementary

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Ms. Bytella’s class at Jones Elementary School answered the question: If you could control the weather, what would you make it do? more

Local Students Excel At County Science Fair

During the 52nd annual Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Expo, approximately 100 county middle and high school students earned first-place awards. more
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