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Chesapeake High Senior Travels To Indianapolis For National Leadership Summit

On July 22, high school seniors Abby Mollick of Chesapeake and Jake Marcus of Old Mill joined fellow seniors from across the country at the 2019 National Student Leadership Summit in Indianapolis. more

Family Honors CHS Alumna Through Annual Scholarship

The Sarah G M Pyles Foundation was created to award the Aspire to Change the World - Sarah's Scholarship. “The best way to honor her would be help students at Chesapeake,” shared Susan Swanger, Pyles' mother. more

Pasadena Youths Lend A Hand To Charleston Residents On Church Mission Trip

The St. Jane Frances Church does mission trips every year to places across the East Coast with high school students. Along with trips to South Carolina, the church has also organized trips to parts of Rhode Island and Virginia. more

Mother-Daughter Duo Enjoys Teaching Together At Riviera Beach Elementary

When Courtney Flohr Zeleny began teaching at Riviera Beach Elementary School four years ago, she became part of a family legacy started by her mother, Peggy Flohr, who is beginning her 28th year at the school. more

Squeeze & Squish: Selling Lemonade For Charity

In Pasadena, one 5-year-old boy named Mark Wedemeyer has found his own way to earn money over the summer. However, instead of keeping his earnings, he is using that money to help children in local hospitals. more

Mental Health Task Force To Examine Ways To Address Needs Of Children

A task force jointly chaired by Anne Arundel County Public Schools and county staff members will begin examining ways to continue to address the social and emotional needs of children. Members of … more

Shawn McAteer Joins AACPS Citizen Advisory Committee

Shawn McAteer will represent Pasadena the next two years on the executive panel of the 30-member Citizen Advisory Committee. The panel has two members from each high school cluster — one … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Students Attend Wilderness Survival Camp At Lake Waterford Park

Photos by Maya Pottiger This week, a group of kids is attending the first Wilderness Survival Camp at Lake Waterford Park. For about seven hours each day, students learn the basics of wilderness … more

Jeff Haynie Proudly Recalls Tenure As Principal Of Solley Elementary

Haynie will now be the welcoming face at Rolling Knolls Elementary School, which sent its principal, Shira Dowling, to Solley. more

Riviera Beach Elementary To Open Early Childhood Education Wing

The wing consists of four classrooms that will house the three kindergarten and one pre-k classes. more

Laura Walton Takes On New Role At Chesapeake High School

For the 2019-2020 school year, Walton will take on a new role at Chesapeake High School as the IEP facilitator. more

Choir Conductor Bids Fond Farewell To Chesapeake High School

Brisentine has left the school to pursue his master’s degree in choral conducting. more

Area Schools Learn Arts Integration From “Lion King” Broadway Group

During the workshops, the teachers learned how puppetry can be used as a communication tool. more

Beautifying Beachwood: Girl Scouts Transform Graffiti Into Historical Mural

Two bright blue walls now showcase an outline of the Magothy River, a timeline of Beachwood Park’s history, fishermen and wildlife. more

One Year Later, Caring Cupboard Continues To Grow

Since its inception, the Caring Cupboard has served roughly 300 families with more than 400 distributions. more

Athlete To Princess: Dulayne Sterling Crowned Queen Of The Chesapeake

One year ago, the highest heels Dulayne Sterling had ever worn were her soccer cleats. 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

NHS Graduate Earns Comcast Scholarship

Layla Tiberio of Northeast High School was one of 38 Maryland high school seniors awarded scholarships through the Comcast Foundation’s annual Leaders and Achievers scholarship program. more

School Board Alters Proposal To Eliminate Class Rank, Valedictorian And Salutatorian Honors

If adopted, the changes would be effective with students entering ninth grade in the 2021-2022 school year. more
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