Education Notes

College offers two-week dance program for youths

Young dancers will have an opportunity to learn more about the art in a two-week summer program beginning July 6 at Anne Arundel Community College.


The program is offered for two age groups. Children ages 8 to 11 will enroll in Section 301, and dancers ages 12 to 16 will enroll in Section 302. Both sections will meet from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 6 to 16.

The program, called Youth Dance Festival, covers styles and techniques in a noncompetitive learning environment that includes time for swimming in the college pool. Styles include ballet, modern, jazz and hip hop, Irish dance, Pilates and music for dancers.


The cost is $360.

Information: 410-777-7021.

Severn student to attend law, justice program in D.C.

Jamon E. Bocage, a student at Severn High School, will attend the Presidential Classroom's Law and Justice in a Democracy program from Saturday to July 3 in Washington.

During the weeklong program, students interact with Washington insiders, including members of Congress, presidential appointees, senior military officials, top business leaders and journalists. They also observe Congress in action, visit congressional offices and debate current issues with peers from the United States and abroad.

College trustees choose student representative

Terrie L. Kowalewski of Millersville has been named the student member of the Anne Arundel Community College Board of Trustees, effective July 1.

As the student representative, Kowalewski is a voting member and represents the 54,000 students who take credit and noncredit classes at AACC.


Kowalewski is a 1987 graduate of the University of Maryland's medical school and has a bachelor's degree in medical technology. Kowalewski is pursuing the interior design option of the associate's degree in architectural and interior design.