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  • National recognition for artist Ally Schito [Ellicott City]

    Congratulations to Ally Schito! The Centennial High School senior won a silver medal for her mixed media painting titled, "Adding a Dimension" in the renowned Scholastic Art and Writing competition, a national art contest sponsored by the Alliance for...
  • League of Dreams Day event a grand slam for players

    League of Dreams Day event a grand slam for players
    On Tuesday, the sky a clear blue, the temperature in the 70s with just the right bit of breeze, the beautiful day served as the backdrop for a heartwarming event at St. Paul's School for Girls in Lutherville. For the ninth year in a row, the private...
  • Students climb through obstacles at Lansdowne Elementary

    Students climb through obstacles at Lansdowne Elementary
    It's Thursday night at Lansdowne Elementary School and there's a line of children waiting with their parents in the hallway outside of the gym. The doors to the gym swing open and the families are greeted by physical education teacher Chris Potter,...
  • Preparation part of reward for Catonsville's Black Saga competitors

    Preparation part of reward for Catonsville's Black Saga competitors
    While there was no topping perfection on Feb. 22 at New Town High School, there was something to be gained from determination for the team from Hillcrest Elementary School. It took the last of three bonus questions to determine the second place winner...
  • Kudos for young judo, Koammodu experts [Rodgers Forge]

    It's probably safe to assume most of us are looking forward to spring. It's no coincidence that snow is a four-lettered word. Especially after the past two weeks. But all this snow didn't prevent the youth of our neighborhood from accomplishing some...
  • Harford students lose another day from spring break to snow

    Harford students lose another day from spring break to snow
    Yet another day has been taken away from spring break for students in Harford County Public Schools. The Harford County Public Schools Board of Education members voted unanimously at their meeting Monday night to send students to school on April 17...
  • Balto Co. school board to delay Mays Chapel redistricting vote

    Balto Co. school board to delay Mays Chapel redistricting vote
    The Baltimore County Board of Education will delay next month’s vote on the Mays Chapel redistricting plan in order to receive a formal presentation on another option, President Lawrence Schmidt said Tuesday. Schmidt said at the beginning of the...
  • All State slots for Marriotts Ridge High musicians [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]

    Over the past couple weeks, I have recognized musical accomplishments at the elementary and middle school levels, and now the spotlight turns to Marriotts Ridge High School. Choral Director Terry Eberhardt, Band Director Nick Ellis and Orchestra...
  • Nonfiction crowding out the classics? Another Common Core debate

    Nonfiction crowding out the classics? Another Common Core debate
    The Common Core education standards have elicited a national debate that extends well beyond the classroom — touching a wide range of fears, from a federal takeover of local schools to government use of databases to collect information on children....
  • Side by Side breakfast in Laurel celebrates growth, achievement

    Side by Side breakfast in Laurel celebrates growth, achievement
    Community members and education advocates filled Bethany Community Church on Saturday morning for the Laurel-based nonprofit Side by Side's fifth annual fundraiser breakfast and silent auction. Side by Side, launched in 2009 by former Laurel Leader...
  • Baltimore County curriculum contract ended amid feuding

    Baltimore County curriculum contract ended amid feuding
    As Baltimore County prepared for a major shift in education to take effect this school year, Superintendent Dallas Dance promised that the system's 53,000 elementary students would be taught with a "world-class" curriculum. But the initial multimillion-...
  • Howard County youngsters follow charitable instinct to help animals in need

    Howard County youngsters follow charitable instinct to help animals in need
    A group of youngsters got their hands dirty, learned important lessons about animal welfare and got to see the fruits of their fundraising efforts during a visit last week to the Baltimore Humane Society in Reisterstown. Through a field trip sponsored...