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Noelle Cruder likes to say special education chose her, not the other way around.
By Lauren Cowin |
2/16/23 12:56 PM
Students at Folger McKinsey Elementary are asking community members to be part of their world as they present their adaptation of “The Little Mermaid Jr.” in March.
2/16/23 12:11 PM
The Severna Park High School math team has had a strong showing this year.
By Sarah Sternhagen l Student Intern |
2/16/23 12:07 PM
Severna Park High School’s Leadership Institute students make a difference in their community each year by supporting a nonprofit or other cause.
2/16/23 11:58 AM
The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County is now accepting applications for the 2023 Candace C.W. Antwine Military Service Awards.
2/16/23 11:51 AM
High school juniors can get more information on becoming the 2023-2024 student member of the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County during a hybrid information night scheduled for 6:30pm on February 22.
Shared by the AACPS Communications Office |
2/16/23 11:45 AM
The Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce is launching the 2023 National Civics Bee, an initiative aimed at encouraging more young Americans to engage in civics and contribute to their communities.
2/16/23 11:41 AM
After more than 40 years on air, Baltimore area schools can no longer participate on the TV game show “It’s Academic” after the region lost its TV sponsor.
By Alyson Kay |
1/18/23 09:51 PM
One could say that Andrew Villwock, a history teacher and alumnus from Broadneck High School, was born into the teaching profession.
By Lauren Burke Meyer |
1/18/23 09:47 PM
Severna Park residents Clare Donovan and Madeline Lancione want to raise $50,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Student Visionaries of the Year campaign.
1/18/23 05:00 PM
A program that aims to provide hope to young people held its inaugural week-long campaign for the region shortly before the holiday season began.
By Mark Patton l email@example.com |
1/18/23 02:43 PM
Giselle Randall didn’t come to Severna Park with a goal to fit in. The eighth-grader and student government president at Severna Park Middle School wanted to stand out.
By Judy Tacyn |
1/18/23 02:39 PM