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Ravens Roost #129 Of Lake Shore Offers Scholarship

See this scholarship information, courtesy of Ravens Roost #129 of Lake Shore. more

Elementary Students To Return In Hybrid Format

The Board of Education directed Arlotto to begin the hybrid reopening of schools for as many students as possible by March 1. T more

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

AACPS Calls For Hybrid Reopening By March 1

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

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

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

Northeast MCJROTC Program Receives Prestigious Honor

Selection for the Naval Honor School means that the school's Marine Corps JROTC program was in the top 15 percent of the 68 other programs in Region 1. more

Northeast Student Earns Scholarship From Comcast NBCUniversal

Abigail Ward of Northeast High School is one of 38 Leaders and Achievers scholarship winners in Maryland this year. more

What Will Virtual Learning Look Like This Fall?

School officials are implementing a plan that includes more real-time learning and graded work, along with daily attendance. more

Return To The Classroom: How COVID-19 Has Affected Private Schools

Private schools are in the unique position of having smaller class sizes, carpools and the ability to meet social distancing guidelines. more

AACPS Shares Updated Plans For Fall

Superintendent George Arlotto emphasized more real-time learning and access to technology for students. more

George Fox Middle School Might Get Name Change

The vote at the board’s July 8 meeting came after a discussion of comments attributed to Fox, who served as the first superintendent of AACPS. more

Student-Athletes Adopt Pets During Quarantine

Pet adoptions have occurred at a slower pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, but some pets have found loving homes. 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

“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

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

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

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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