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Falcon Athletic Boosters Club Inc. Scholarship Winners

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Graduation Parade Makes Way Through Shipley's Choice

High school and college graduates paraded around the Shipley’s Choice community on May  31. more

SPHS Class of 2020 Plans Leadership 3 Ceremony

The virtual leadership graduation will have videos and photos. more

Community Responds To Hospice Of The Chesapeake’s Call For PPE 

Inspired by a cousin who was sewing facemasks for her community in Virginia, Severna Park High School junior Delia Fishburne got to work. more

In Their Words: SPHS Students Reflect On Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival

Highlighting some of the students who were set to perform for audiences. more

Proms Canceled As High Schools Continue Planning To Celebrate Senior Successes Virtually

High school administrators are busy planning various ways to host virtual versions of Senior Awards Night and similar events to honor soon-to-be graduates. more

“Pen Pals” Connects Volunteers And Children Of Essential Personnel

Lucy Feldmann wanted to reach out to the children of front-line workers and first responders, so she created a pen-pal matching service. more

A Teen Starts A Movement To Empower Others

For more than a year, the movement has sought to foster self-confidence in females and help them feel comfortable in their own skin. more

Question Of The Month: Severna Park Elementary School

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Mrs. Hayes’ class at Severna Park Elementary answered the question: What is the luckiest thing that has ever happened to you? more

Severna Park Senior Achieves Excellence

For Severna Park High School senior Allison Chang, being busy has become a part of her routine. more

“The Sound Of Music” Hits The Right Note At Stage & Screen

“The Sound Of Music” Hits The Right Note At Stage & Screen Photos by Stephanie Mennell Photography Children took on the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, “Getting to Know … more

Oak Hill Students Help Paint Vivid Mural

A year-long project culminated in a colorful display on the walls at Oak Hill Elementary School this March. more

Service-Minded Kids Keep Busy

While television and video games were recommended activities for kids who were home from school during the coronavirus shutdown, some youth spent time being active in their communities. more

Principal Spotlight: Richard Tubman Of Severn River Middle School

How well do you know the principal at your neighborhood school? We’re surveying local principals to learn more about their hobbies, their best stories and some facts that might surprise you. … more

Going Remote: A Small School Works To Solve A Big Problem

At the onset of the millennium, U.S. Secretary of Education Richard Riley claimed, “We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist, using technologies that haven’t been invented, in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet.” more

Jones Students Rewarded For Fundraising Haul

Principal Jim Whisman “stuck” to his promise in March after Jones Elementary students raised more than $3,800 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society by partaking in the Pennies for Patients fundraiser. more

St. John’s Performance Of “Frozen Jr.” Gives Audiences The Chills

There was plenty of magic, adventure and humor to go around when St. John the Evangelist treated audiences to a production of “Frozen Jr.” on the weekend of March 1. Princesses Elsa and … more

Online Resources For Students And Parents During Coronavirus Shutdown

From reading and memorizing the times tables to working on a long-shelved art project, students are staying busy. more

Where Do We Go From Here?

Local boards do not have the authority to scribble outside the lines of the executive orders in place, and we would never put any student, teacher, or staff member at risk. more

School System Adds Nine Locations To Meals Program

Changes in guidance at the state level have provided Anne Arundel County Public Schools with the opportunity to expand the meals program in place during the school shutdown, and AACPS’ Division … more
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