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Troop 450’s Colin Gillespie Tackles Solution To Autoimmune Disorders

When Gillespie noticed his sister struggling with inflammatory responses to certain foods, he sought to help. more

Summer Reading Suggestions From Jones Elementary

Whether your child is new to reading or ready to tackle a full novel, the staff at Jones Elementary has suggestions to keep their minds active this summer. more

Library Club Spotlight: Anime & Manga Club

Currently, about eight to 10 regular members meet twice a month on Zoom. more

Question Of The Month: Severna Park Elementary School

Students from Severna Park Elementary School answered the question: What is your favorite memory from the past five years? more

Passionate Educators Address Math Fluency Gap

Rachel Amstutz and Mary Mourning have launched a summer math intensive program, through A to Z Education Consulting. more

SPHS Recognized For Empowering Students

It is one of just 204 high schools across the U.S. to receive this Project Lead the Way honor. more

Executive Functioning And Your Child’s Success In School

The summer can be the perfect time to learn new skills and try out new habits and routines that will help students start off the school year on the right foot. more

Board Of Education Approves AACPS Virtual Academy

The Virtual Academy will operate as its own school for a limited number of students entering grades three through 12. more

Jamey Hein To Depart From St. Martin’s-In-The-Field After Seven Years

Hein and his family relocated from Michigan, and he quickly got to work strengthening the school. more

Teachers Recognized For Excellence In Education

Forty-six educators were nominated for the 2021 Anne Arundel County Public Schools Teacher of the Year. Meet the nominees from Severna Park and Arnold schools. more

Patrick Bathras Named Washington Post Principal Of The Year Finalist

The Severna Park High School principal was nominated by a group of Anne Arundel County Public Schools directors and regional superintendents. more

Broadneck High School Seniors Honored At Maryland History Day Event

Gabriella Mills and Natalie Smith won the Excellence in Maryland History, Senior Division honor for their website “A Passage to Freedom: The Underground Railroad.” more

Question of the Month: Severna Park Middle School

Mrs. Austin’s sixth-grade class at Severna Park Middle School answered the question: If you could travel to the future, what would you do? more

Simple Ways To Include Screen-Free Learning In Your Summer

Independent free play is an important aspect of childhood, and the summer is a perfect time for it. more

St. John Creates Class Book

The book highlighted all the ways in which students let their light shine, one way for each letter of the alphabet. more

Leadership Classes At SPHS Strive To Make An Impact

Here are the senior projects completed this spring by Leadership III students. more

One Man’s Bird Hobby Inspires St. John Students To Love Nature

Mark Schilling, a teacher at St. John the Evangelist School, is on a mission to teach children and parents to become naturalists by birdwatching. more

Eagle Scouts Bring Native Plants To Arnold

James Barsin and his fellow Eagle Scouts created a garden that will honor Robert Ellsworth, who died on December 31, 2020. more

Severna Park Girl Scouts Create Unity Garden At Marley Middle

The space will be utilized by students during recess and small instructional groups throughout the school year. more

Sixth-Grader Wins First Place In Clean Air Poster Contest

Destiny Hope Felder is trying to help prevent future air quality codes by reminding others what they can do to improve the air quality. more
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