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Students Brave The Chilly Bay For Special Olympics

This January, Anne Arundel County students will join an estimated 4,500 of their peers from across the state to take a plunge into the chilly Chesapeake Bay. more

Area Teacher Recognized For Excellence

Bodkin Elementary art teacher Jaclyn Cockcroft was recently recognized for her outstanding work inside the classroom. more

Question Of The Month: Fort Smallwood Elementary School

Each month, the Pasadena Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Mrs. Ellis’ class at Fort Smallwood Elementary answered the question: What do you think your life will be like in the future? more

Arlotto’s School Budget Focuses On New Teachers And Pay Raises

In his $1.36 billion operating budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2021, presented to the Board of Education on December 18, Superintendent George Arlotto included pay raises for employees and 195 classroom teaching positions to address enrollment increases and to reduce class sizes. more

Class Of 2020 To Be First To Graduate From Event Center At Live! Casino & Hotel

Members of the Class of 2020 at 11 county high schools will break new ground this spring when they become the first to receive their diplomas at the new Live! Event Center at Arundel Mills. more

Abundant Life Church Donation Eliminates School Meal Debt For 2,500 Students

In an extraordinary show of support for students across Anne Arundel County, the members of Abundant Life Church in Glen Burnie have raised and donated funds to eliminate meal debt for more than 2,500 students. more

Chesapeake Adds Two Alumni To Wall Of Honor

Chesapeake High School’s newest Wall of Honor members work in much different sectors — security and law enforcement for Fred Bealefeld, and the sign industry for Paul Gable — but both embarked on their successful careers after starting from similar backgrounds. more

A Farewell From David Sembly

David Sembly served as Fort Smallwood Elementary School’s principal for the last three and a half years before being transferred to Walter S. Mills-Parole Elementary School in Annapolis this January. more

Principal Spotlight: Timothy Merritt, High Point Elementary

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. This month, we spoke with Timothy Merritt from High Point Elementary. more

A Day In The Life Of A CAT North Student

With 22 programs to choose from, the Center of Applied Technology North (CAT North) in Severn offers students a hands-on and specialized education in a trade. more

Paying It Forward At St. Jane Frances Daycare Center

Elizabeth Calvert is a special and inspirational 5-year-old girl with life-threatening health issues. more

PHOTOS: Flag-Planting Ceremony At Bodkin

In honor of Veterans Day, Bodkin Elementary students planted flags in the grass in front of their school for the second straight year. Families were encouraged to sponsor a small flag in honor of a … more

Board Of Education Elects Michelle Corkadel As President, Melissa Ellis As Vice President

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County elected Michelle Corkadel as president and Melissa Ellis as vice president on December 4. more

Principal Spotlight: Jason Williams, Northeast High 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

Fort Smallwood Celebrates Red Ribbon Week

Schools all over the nation participated in Red Ribbon Week in late October to promote a healthy and drug-free environment. more

Question Of The Month: Riviera Beach Elementary School

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

Student Hopes Her Artwork Will “Provide A Feeling”

At the fall 2019 First Lady’s Youth Art Gallery event in early November, Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan recognized student artists and art teachers from across the state. more

AACC’s Student Journal For The Arts Earns Prestigious Award

Each year since the 1920s, the Associated College Press (ACP) awards two- and four-year colleges with the Pacemaker, its preeminent award for college journalism. more

Sledding Spots Around Town

Sledding Spots Around Town Depending on who you ask, Maryland may (or may not) be in store for an eventful winter. Just in case, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best sledding spots … more

Inclusive Schools Week 2019

Inclusive Schools Week highlights and celebrates the progress schools have made in providing a supportive and quality education to all students. more
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