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Kimberly Collins Honored As Teacher Of The Year Semifinalist

Collins’ students are able to immediately apply her lessons to their lives. more

Pasadena Fifth-Grader Wins Drag Racing Award

As the days get longer and warmer, Pasadena Elementary fifth-grader Ryan Davis can be found behind the cockpit of his silver and black dragster as he races at 75 miles per hour. more

Carrie Deaver Honored As Teacher Of The Year Semifinalist

Over the last 15 years, Carrie Deaver has seen many changes at Pasadena Elementary School. more

Four Pasadena Residents Head To National Marbles Tournament

John Albanese, 9; Kaitlyn Albanese, 10; Bradley Harper, 11; and Grace Meyers, 10, have advanced to the national tournament. more

Riviera Beach Welcomes New Principal John Wojtila

John Wojtila was announced as the new principal of Riviera Beach Elementary School. more

Kira Shoemaker Named Kiwanis Teenager Of The Year

As one of the five finalists, Shoemaker received a scholarship to put toward higher education. more

UMD Astronomy Student Leads Pasadena Girl Scouts In Space Investigation

University of Maryland freshman Taylor Paul returned home to Pasadena this winter break to help local Girl Scouts earn their space investigator badges. more

How The World Works: Sunset Students Address Global Issues

Grade 5 students at Sunset Elementary School shared an impressive array of facts on May 8 when they displayed their Primary Years Programme (PYP) exhibition projects. more

CBMS Theatre Company Takes Its Show Under The Sea

Check out photos from the show. more

Bodkin Students Celebrate Successful Testimony

Their year-long efforts proved successful in February 2019. more

Bodkin Raises Record Amount For American Heart Association

For Bodkin students, this fundraiser is a personal one. more

Fort Smallwood To Host Third Swing For Hope

All proceeds will be donated to the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Unit. more

CHS To Host “History and Reflections for the Apollo 11 50th Anniversary”

The presentation will be on Tuesday, September 10, starting at 7:00pm in Chesapeake High School’s media center. Please RSVP by calling Geri Cvetic at 410-255-9600, ext. 244. more

AACPS Hopes For Hybrid Reopening By March

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

Board Of Education Approves $209.1 Million Capital Budget Request

On September 25, the Anne Arundel County Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved Superintendent George Arlotto’s recommended $209.1 million Fiscal Year 2021 capital budget request. more

AACPS Now Accepting Nominations For 2020 Teacher Of The Year

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Teacher of the Year for Anne Arundel County Public Schools and the county’s independent schools. more

Buses To Get Stop Sign Cameras

According to the Anne Arundel County Police Department, there were 88 cases where drivers failed to stop in 2019 and 13 cases where drivers failed to remain stopped. more

Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

Soccer and football seasons are here. School-age children are the most likely to suffer injuries to their mouths and teeth while playing contact sports or even low-contact sports. more

PHOTOS: Unity Day In Pasadena Schools

Anne Arundel County Public Schools turned the area orange on October 23 to unify against bullying. Bodkin Elementary and Chesapeake High School were among the schools that participated. more

Richard Watts, Longtime Volunteer At Pasadena Elementary School, Named AACPS Volunteer Of The Year

Anyone who has been in any part of Pasadena Elementary School over the last 15 years or so has almost certainly crossed paths with Richard Watts. From running off copies to laminating materials to … more
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