BCPS to feature student profiles on website
Baltimore County Public Schools will feature profiles of outstanding graduating seniors on its website, http://www.bcps.org, until May 22, after which time the profiles will be available in an archive accessible from the website's student page. Each profile will include a photo, reflections on time in school, future plans, advice for younger students and words from a teacher or administrator. Students were chosen by principals and represent the diversity of the student body in terms of gender, race/ethnicity and learning needs, according to a press release.
Franklin High School students among presenters in symposium
Franklin High School seniors Tahira Amma and Rebecca Gross will be among several high-schoolers presenting at the third annual BCPS Student Independent Research Symposium at Randallstown High School May 8. The event will be held in the school library, at 4000 Offutt Road in Randallstown, from 6 to 8 p.m., and will showcase the results of independent research conducted by students at seven Baltimore County Public Schools high schools. Students, parents and staff interested in supporting these students and learning more about the Independent Research Seminar course are invited to attend. High school library media specialists, school-to-career transition teachers, counselors and administrators are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be served.
Deer Park and Franklin Middle emerge victorious at track and field championship
The girls' team from Deer Park Middle Magnet School, in Owings Mills, and the boys' team from Franklin Middle School, in Reisterstown, took first prize in their respective categories at the second annual Baltimore County Public Schools Middle School Track and Field Championship, hed at Milford Mill Academy May 2. Deer Park claimed the prize with 64 points, and Franklin won with 63 points.