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Area Teachers Honored At NAACCC Awards

“There’s never a wrong time to say thank you and just to take the time to recognize and to say, ‘I see what you’re doing. I recognize what you’re doing.’” more

PHOTO GALLERY: Shop With A Cop 2018

On Saturday, December 1, the annual Shop With A Cop  event was held in Pasadena. This year, 46 students -- chosen by their schools -- went shopping with Anne Arundel County police officers. … more

Question Of The Month: Fort Smallwood Elementary School

This month, students from Ms. Elleman’s class at Fort Smallwood Elementary answered the question: What is your favorite memory from elementary school? 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

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

Northeast Senior Logan Smith Earns McDavitt Memorial Scholarship

“We are confident Logan will continue to honor Nathan’s legacy of character, drive and service like Nathan, for Nathan, but in his own way in all his endeavors." more

Bodkin Students Undertake Efforts For Sarah’s House

On their own time, fifth-graders undertook an initiative to fill toiletry bags for the shelter’s residents. more

Richard Watts Earns AACPS Volunteer Of The Year Award

“I’ve always felt that no matter what I’ve done with the school, the bottom line is it’s going to allow them a little more time with a child. That was my whole goal.” more

From Cougar To Retriever: Leah Evans Heads To UMBC

“It was really exciting for me because I put in a lot of work throughout high school. To see it all pay off was really rewarding.” more

Savannah Quick Is Ready To Dig Deeper

Since she was in fifth grade, Savannah Quick has dreamed of going to Penn State University. Now, that dream is becoming a reality. 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

Chesapeake Valedictorian Summer Smith Kickstarts Her Career

“Big picture, I want to use my computer science degree and work experience to catch the bad guys and help the good guys.” more

Diversity Day Was An Eye-Opening Experience For Chesapeake

On December 5, Chesapeake held Diversity Day to discuss human rights and the law, immigration and other topics. more

Jillian Taylor Dances Into Next Chapter

In the fall, Taylor will start school at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She earned seven scholarships total. 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

PHOTO GALLERY: Oohrah! Northeast Hosts Semper Fit Day

Photos by Zach Sparks Running, rock-wall climbing and fitness testing were all part of the 5K and Semper Fit Day, which was organized by the Northeast High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC program … more

Chesapeake Students Present Projects To Military Veterans

Students provided information on various veterans services, like service dogs, employment opportunities, sports therapy, PTSD treatment and art therapy. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Pasadena Sportfishing Group Kids Fishing Derby 2019

Photos by Andrew Candella On Saturday, June 29, the Pasadena Sportfishing Group held its annual Kids Fishing Derby.  To see more of the fun in action, check out this video.  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

PHOTO GALLERY: Solley Elementary Presents "The Jungle Book"

On  Friday, May 3, Solley Elementary presented its production of "The Jungle Book." The cast was comprised of 69 students in grades third-fifth. Some of the leads were: Mowgli (played by Mayo … more
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