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  • Harford school construction plan needs a dose of reality

    The latest school facilities construction plan, which was presented to the Harford County Board of Education during its meeting June 13, shows once again that the school system and the county government are not on the same page when it comes to planning...
  • Graduation venues proposed for next year

    The Harford County Board of Education at its meeting Monday night released next year's tentative graduation schedule, which calls for three venues to hold the majority of the ceremonies. The schedule, presented by David Volrath, the Executive Director of...
  • Board members approve facilities report, promotions

    A new Havre de Grace High School was not part of the 2011 Education Facilities Master Plan the Harford County Board of Education approved at its Monday evening The construction timeline included projects out to the 2021-22 school year, but did not...
  • John Archer parents address abuse allegations

    John Archer parents address abuse allegations
    Parents of three students at the John Archer School, the county's school for special needs children, made allegations of child abuse, and one told of a child whose arms allegedly were restrained for several hours. The allegations came at Monday at a...
  • Two calls for suspected child abuse at John Archer made last year, police say

    Two calls for suspected child abuse at John Archer made last year, police say
    Two calls about suspected child abuse at Harford County's only public special education school were made to local police in 2011, according to records, while a parent of a third student made a complaint Wednesday, within hours of a story about abuse...
  • Report of alleged child abuse at John Archer School strains credulity

    In response to the story about alleged child abuse at John Archer School ("John Archer parents address abuse allegations," March 14), it's unbelievable something like this could happen in Harford County. If the school's teachers are at fault they...
  • John Archer principal leaves school, parents still upset

    Dr. Deborea Montgomery is no longer principal at John Archer School, the news coming a few short weeks after parents spoke out publicly about allegations of child abuse at the school. Despite her departure, more still needs to be done, parents said...
  • Sister Loretta Schultz, teacher

    Sister Loretta Marie Schultz, a teacher for five decades, died of a heart attack Sunday at her order's Maria Health Care Center in Baltimore. She was 90. Born Loretta Marie Schultz in Camden, N.J., she entered the School Sisters of Notre Dame in...
  • John Archer students to attend school's first prom

    John Archer School, Harford County's only public special education school, will hold its first prom ever Friday. "The students are really, really excited for it," John Archer teacher Amy Porter said. The event will be held 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the school...
  • John Archer students have a ball at first prom

    John Archer students have a ball at first prom
    It was a night of food, fun and dancing at John Archer School's first prom Friday night. Approximately 21 students from John Archer School celebrated the school's first ever prom at the school Friday night joined by faculty, family, friends and other...
  • Letter: News worth smiling about

    Letter: News worth smiling about
    Editor: When I walked out to get my paper on a cloudy, wet Wednesday morning, I was pleasantly surprised to see Ms. Spear smiling and giving me a thumbs up, celebrating John Archer School's first ever prom. I've been smiling ever since, and the sun has...
  • Editorial: No limits

    Your mother no doubt told you that money doesn't grow on trees, but in Harford County many of us, including our elected officials, tend to think more in terms of another of those trite phrases: The streets are paved with gold. Well, maybe we should amend...