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  • Howard County Council delays approval of Ulman's budget

    The County Council Thursday decided to postpone approval of County Executive Ken Ulman's $899 million budget, as school officials wait to see if they will get more money from the state and try to reduce costs for a new elementary school.
  • Behind new leadership, schools set to open Aug. 27

    Behind new leadership, schools set to open Aug. 27
    As summer fades into fall, more than 50,000 students in Howard County are preparing for the 2012-2013 school year, which starts Monday, Aug. 27. Several changes will face both students and educators with the toll of the first bell. One of the biggest...

    Schools' capital budget request up $30 million from this year

    The cost of school construction is rising, the Board of Education was warned Thursday night, as Superintendent Renee Foose presented her $107.3 million capital budget request for fiscal year 2014, which means projects will cost more to build. "I want...

    Foose eliminates in-house attorneys for schools

    Foose eliminates in-house attorneys for schools
    As part of new Superintendent Renee Foose's continuing realignment of the Howard County schools' central office, the school system will no longer have in-house legal counsel. "The model's not functioning as it was originally designed," Foose told the...

    Cousin granted pay raises to central office staff before retiring

    Cousin granted pay raises to central office staff before retiring
    Shortly before retiring this summer, Howard County school superintendent Sydney Cousin told employees in the central office that he was giving them a pay raise but did not take the matter before the school board for approval. Some board members say...