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Elementary Schools

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  • Kid cooks polish kitchen skills at Classic Catering camp

    Kid cooks polish kitchen skills at Classic Catering camp
    Culinary skills honed at a young age can produce satisfying — and yummy — results. Just ask Charlotte Corcoran's family about the tasty "homemade, not frozen," chicken nuggets corn salsa and salad, the 9-year-old made recently. "I like...
  • New Eisenhower principal ready to 'soar' with students

    New Eisenhower principal ready to 'soar' with students
    Jeffrey Holmes has seen a fair amount of first days of school as an educator, and he's noticed something: when elementary students are greeted as they walk through the doors, they respond with smiles and hugs. But middle school students, Holmes said,...
  • Amid many changes, Harford announces 2013-14 school bus routes

    Amid many changes, Harford announces 2013-14 school bus routes
    As nearly 38,000 Harford County Public Schools students get ready to start classes for the 2013-14 school year on Monday, Aug. 26, a number of changes in school bus routes and policies have taken effect since last year. School bus schedules and routes...
  • Sleepy teens

    Any parent of a teenager in high school probably already knows how hard it is to get their child out of bed in the morning for that 7:35 a.m. Algebra II class. Their teachers know it too: At that hour kids are slumped over their desks, sleepy, grumpy...
  • Library Awards Top Summer Readers

    Ring Factory Elementary School, Patterson Mill Middle School and Patterson Mill High School are the recipients of the Harford County Public Library 2013 Summer Reading trophies. The trophies were awarded to the public elementary, middle and high...
  • School system wants the public's help to solve crowding issue

    School system wants the public's help to solve crowding issue
    School officials have vowed they would include parents and stakeholders in discussions on finding a way to accommodate the burgeoning elementary school-aged student population in central Baltimore County. They appear to be keeping their word,...
  • Help keep someone warm -- donate to the coat drive [Highland/Fulton]

    Have a coat you don't need? Someone out there can probably use it. What got me thinking about this was a recent email about the annual coat drive sponsored by the Pupil Personnel Workers, the PTA Council of Howard County and other community...
  • Back-to-school nights, PTA involvement a must for parents [Maryland City]

    With the start of school, all parents should be eager to meet their students' new teachers. The annual back-to-school nights give all parents that opportunity, so take the time to come out and visit with teachers, meet the administrators, meet the PTA...
  • Foose says closing West Friendship not an option now

    Foose says closing West Friendship not an option now
    Any plans to close the oldest school in Howard County are off the table for now, Superintendent Renee Foose told the West Friendship community last week. "As many of you are aware, the Howard County Public School System feasibility study issued in...
  • Redistricting Loch Raven children won't address overcrowding [Letter]

    The proposed changes to redistrict Loch Raven Village and bordering communities to Halstead Academy at the current Loch Raven rec council building will negatively impact our community for numerous reasons. If the redistricting occurs, it is likely...
  • Fallston's development conundrum [Commentary]

    One of the things I have a hard time squaring about my hard-earned tax dollars is the plan to build a new Youth's Benefit Elementary School on the same site as the existing school. You would think we've all learned by now that septic systems just don't...
  • Redistricting process to begin for elementary school in Mays Chapel

    Redistricting process to begin for elementary school in Mays Chapel
    With the new 700-seat elementary school in Mays Chapel set to open in September, Baltimore County Public Schools announced Monday that the process of setting the school’s boundaries will begin this week. According to a BCPS news release, the...