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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

To Juul Or Not To Juul?

How did the United States end up with a teenage Juuling problem? more

Chesapeake High School Revisits Historic Hancock’s Resolution

Through their signature program, Chesapeake High School students are becoming more engaged with the historic farm. more

A Jolly Holiday: Sunset Elementary To Present “Mary Poppins Jr.”

Your favorite British nanny who is practically perfect in every way is coming to Sunset Elementary in “Mary Poppins Jr.” more

Question Of The Month: Jacobsville Elementary School

This month, students from Ms. Schuler’s class at Jacobsville Elementary School answered the question: If you could control the weather, what would you make it do? more

Solley Elementary Students To Perform “The Jungle Book”

For its first performance, the newly created drama club will take center stage to re-enact the Disney classic “The Jungle Book.” more

Grandfather Passes Love Of Racing To Young Dragster

The Jacobsville Elementary fourth-grader started drag racing last August, but he has done well in his races and is already reaching speeds up to 70mph. more

CHS Sophomore Alyssa Garofalo Earns Ben Carson Scholarship

Alyssa has been interested in the medical field for as long as she can remember. She’s wanted to be an oncologist, an obstetrical nurse and then switched to wanting to be a doctor. more

Infant’s Cancer Journey Inspires Mom’s Second Book

Rhodes posted her daily letters on social media to keep family, friends and neighbors aware of her son’s progress. She said the routine became therapeutic for her. more

Northeast Removes Invasive Species From Tick Neck Park

As part of the new environmental science curriculum in Anne Arundel County Public Schools, students learn about invasive species in their area and remove it from the community. more

Bodkin Elementary Environmental Fair Returns For A 12th Year

The fair was started so Bodkin could meet the requirement for the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Educators (MAEOE) green school certification, which requires an annual celebration that includes the community. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Last Day Of School 2019

Happy last day of school! Have a great summer! 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

Riviera Beach Elementary Principal Jason Anderson Says Farewell

Riviera Beach Principal Jason Anderson is leaving his position to join Carroll County Public Schools. He will serve as the executive director of school performance, equity and accountability. … more

PHOTO GALLERY: St. Jane Color Run

Photos by Zach Sparks 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

Friends Hope To Honor Josh Pack With Memorial Bench At Northeast

Halloween is revered for its frightful nature, but a group of teenagers received the scare of their life on October 31, 2015, when a drunk driver crossed the center line on Solley Road and collided … more

Question Of The Month: St. Jane Frances School

Each month, the Pasadena Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Mrs. Hammond’s class at St. Jane Frances School answered the question: If you could … more

Chesapeake, Northeast Best Buddies Programs Display Unity

While the two Pasadena high schools are usually pitted against each other, the Best Buddies groups are joining together. The weekend before Halloween, the Chesapeake High School Best Buddies … more

Pasadena Students Head To BizTown

BizTown, structured like a small town, has storefronts that allow students to occupy the roles of employee, citizen and consumer as they learn about financial education and workplace readiness. more
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