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FY2022 Public Schools Budget To Include New Positions, Improved Technology

Superintendent George Arlotto's proposal includes a $1.37 billion operating budget and a $234.5 million capital budget. more

The Water Street Players Bring Radio Drama To Life With “Gaslight”

This play is set in fog-bound London in 1880, at the upper middle-class home of Gregory Manningham and his wife, Bella. more

AACPS Calls For Hybrid Reopening By March 1

A hybrid reopening plan would utilize A days and B days. more

Lights, Camera, Answers

Severna Park High School’s It’s Academic team competed with McDonogh and Parkville during the battle of the brains. more

Teens, Health Experts Discuss Coping With Anxiety

Social unrest, the COVID-19 pandemic and the virtual school year have all contributed to depression for some youth. more

Teens Seek Support For Blood Drive At St. Martin’s

Severna Park High School juniors Grace Ferguson and Sofia Villagomez are organizing a blood drive at St. Martin’s-in-the-Field, in Heck Hall, on December 15 from 12:30pm to 5:30pm. more

Kids Explain Holiday Mysteries

With the holidays approaching, we asked children around Severna Park to answer these age-old questions. more

SPHS Marching Band Reunites For Mini Season

The Severna Park High School marching band is ready for a 2020 season like they’ve never seen before. more

Severna Park Stage Company Presents A Virtual Broadway Revue

This November, SP Stage Company is hosting a virtual, free musical production showcasing the performing talents of Severna Park High School students. more

Young Dancer Finds Fame On TikTok

When 16-year-old Nick Garvey created his TikTok account four months ago, he never imagined that he’d become a TikTok influencer. more

Colburn Brothers’ Project Shines Around The World

Trey and Travis Colburn were raised with Orphan Grain Train (OGT) as a part of their lives, providing humanitarian needs for the less fortunate. more

Reflections Of Two Months Back In The Classroom

As one of our county’s non-public (independent/private) schools, we were in a fortunate position to work independently, via our own task force, on developing approved guidelines that permitted us to open our doors to in-person learning five days a week. more

Broadneck Teacher Nancy Bourgeois Earns Environmental Award

Self-proclaimed “tree hugger” and Broadneck High School teacher Nancy Bourgeois has been recognized as this year’s recipient of the Jan Hollmann Environmental Education Award. more

Three Severn School Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Program has named three Severn Schoool students, Andrew Campbell. Will Oliver and Julia Youssef, as semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship competition. more

Children Clean Up Shipley’s Choice

Young environmental stewards took to the streets of their Shipley’s Choice neighborhood in October to keep the area clean. more

Indian Creek Co-Founder Anne Chambers Will Be “Missed But Remembered With Great Fondness”

Anne Chambers passed away on October 12 at her home in Hagerstown at the age of 80. more

Help Us Unravel These Holiday Mysteries

The holidays are approaching, and we need help answering some age-old questions. more

A Mother’s Diagnosis Inspires Pasadena Girl To Tap Cancer Out

Gemma Fiorenza is training for a jiujitsu fundraiser that fights cancer. more

Severn School Senior Modifies Surgical Helmets To Protect Against Coronavirus

The modified helmets have now been used routinely in high-risk cases by surgical teams at Anne Arundel Medical Center. more

Students In ECI And Prekindergarten Through Second Grade To Return To Classrooms On November 16

On Monday, November 30, students in grades 3 through 5 will return in a hybrid format. more
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