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Students And Parents Aim To Fight Addiction, Provide Resources

Students from Northeast High School acted out various scenes during The Human Experience at Marley Station Mall the evening of Oct. 11. more

Local Girl Comes Up With Special Plan To Help Sick Kids

Elizabeth Marroquin has a big heart.  When she turns 10 years old in February 2020, she wants to spend her birthday donating to children in local pediatric hospitals.  more

PHOTO GALLERY: St. Jane Color Run

Photos by Zach Sparks 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

Department Of Health Offers Tips For A Healthy And Safe Halloween

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health provides the following tips to help families have a fun, healthy and safe Halloween. more

Question Of The Month: Pasadena Elementary School

This month, students from Ms. Guzowski’s class at Pasadena Elementary answered the question: What has you most excited about fifth grade and why? more

Fifth-Grader Repaints United States Mural At Sunset Elementary

A fifth-grade student repainted the United States mural on the playground of Sunset Elementary School in August. more

Ken Brenneman Self-Publishes Children’s Book About Social Justice

Ken Brenneman’s self-published children’s book, “A Family of One,” introduces Sammy as he begins to explore his family’s diversity and discover that unique families are uniquely special. more

Monsignor Slade Celebrates 65 Years Of Educating Students In The Catholic Tradition

Monsignor Slade Catholic School is celebrating 65 years of fostering academic excellence and spiritual growth for its students. more

Northeast Signature Program Fights Addiction Through The Human Experience

In the halls of Northeast High School weeks before Halloween last year, a grim scene brought visitors to the door of the opioid epidemic. more

High Point Elementary School Gets A Facelift

High Point students received a surprise in early September when they returned to an improved building complete with a media center, two playgrounds, and new classrooms. more

Community Methodist Youth Serve Locally For Summer Mission Trip

“Connecting with God, Connecting with Others and Connecting with Creation” was the theme of recent mission work of the youth group at Community United Methodist Church (CUMC) in Pasadena. more

New Principal at Chesapeake High School

Chesapeake High School’s new principal has a simple goal: make a positive impact. John Yore was appointed to the position at CHS over the summer. more

College Savings Now And Down The Road

Being Maryland’s comptroller has taken me to every corner of our great state. Whether I’m talking with taxpayers in Oakland or Ocean City, one of the most repeated concerns from the people I meet is the cost of higher education. more

Riviera Beach Library To Hold Farewell Event

Celebrate 48 years of the Riviera Beach Library with activities and cake during the branch’s farewell open house event on September 28 from 2:00pm-4:00pm. more

Website Provides Parent’s Guide To School Health

 Parents and guardians in Anne Arundel County can visit the “Parent’s Guide to School Health” to find information on school health services for the 2019-2020 school year. 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

Schools Welcome Students To Sneak-A-Peek Sessions

With school starting after Labor Day, students have a few extra weeks of summer vacation. But that doesn’t mean they can’t get a head start, meeting their teachers and seeing their classrooms before the school year officially begins. more

Our Lady Of The Chesapeake Youth Visit West Virginia

Approximately 60 high school and college students joined 30 adults in West Virginia from June 23-June 29 for an Appalachia West Virginia mission trip. Among them were six students and four adults from Our Lady of the Chesapeake in Pasadena. more
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