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Children’s Business Fair Showcases Bright Minds

Maryland Curiosity Lab distributed six awards to recognize the best business ideas, potential and presentations. more

AACPS Student Services Team Serves Children Of All Needs Behind The Scenes

AACPS has a robust student services team to support students and their families. more

Young Authors Recognized In County And State Contests

Several Severna Park and Arnold kids participated in the Anne Arundel Young Authors’ Contest, with one writer earning first place in the state competition. more

Educator Of The Month: Amy Hughes

Severna Park Middle School teacher Amy Hughes wants to make her students comfortable with math so they are more likely to succeed. more

Question Of The Month: Shipley’s Choice Elementary School

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. more

St. John The Evangelist Pastor Announces New School Principal

.On April 22, Glenna Blessing was announced as the new principal for St. John the Evangelist School. more

“Finding Nemo Jr.” Goes Swimmingly At St. John

Students from the St. John The Evangelist School drama club went on a nautical adventure as they performed “Finding Nemo Jr.” from April 12-14. more

County Seniors Display Artwork In Annapolis

“Belonging,” an exhibit of more than 60 unique pieces of art created by Anne Arundel County Public Schools seniors, is currently on display at Maryland Hall. more

Broadneck Gets Special Visitor

One Love Foundation CEO Julie Myers visited Broadneck High School on April 4. more

It’s “Freaky Friday” All Weekend This April At Severna Park Middle School

“Freaky Friday” will run at Severna Park Middle School from April 26-28. more

Student Group Qualifies For Odyssey Of The Mind World Finals

A group of 9- and 10-year-old friends from Severna Park accepted a mission to solve a specific problem with an infinite number of solutions for Odyssey of the Mind. more

Oak Hill Entertains Audiences During Production Of “Annie Jr.”

Oak Hill Elementary finally had a chance to perform "Annie Jr," after originally selecting it in 2020. more
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