Lacrosse: Westminster's Logan Covey lands on boys lacrosse all-state first team
High school sports notebook for July 8, 2019.
Male Athlete of the Year: Century's Jalen Stanton feels 'sense of closure' with athletic accomplishments
Jalen Stanton closes the books on his academic and athletic career at Century High School.
Federal sentencing for former Carroll County teacher, guilty of child porn production, to be held Monday
Former Carroll County Public Schools principal and Teacher of the Year Kenneth Brian Fischer is scheduled to be sentenced Monday for production of child porn.
Record $31,000 in scholarships flow through Gamber volunteer fire company
The Gamber volunteer fire company has helped award a record $31,000 in scholarships to four Carroll County students this year.
Stambaugh commissioned as Army 2nd Lt.
High School Sports: 'Definitely special' for South Carroll grad Tim Novotny in new role as Cavs' AD
South Carroll High School graduate and former boys soccer coach Tim Novotny is the school's new athletic director, effective Monday, July 1, 2019.
Howard Board of Education unanimously approves administering internal audit of school system
The Howard County Board of Education unanimously approved conducting an internal audit of the school system last week.
Hockey: Westminster resident Jackson DeAdder's path to college hockey to start with Junior Bruins
Westminster resident Jackson DeAdder, who played high school ice hockey at Loyola Blakefield, is joining the Boston Bruins' junior organization.
Angela Calamari, retired Seton Keough principal, dies
Educator was also devoted to social justice issues, which she saw as an outgrowth of her teaching and her faith.
Baltimore should model vocational education on Green Street Academy
If Baltimore needs a model for creating vocational education programs, officials need to go no further than Green Street Academy charter school.
'Augie' Miceli, longtime Calvert Hall football coach and math teacher, dies
Augie Miceli racked up 104 wins, seven straight Turkey Bowl victories and six football championships in 13 years as Calvert Hall’s varsity head coach.
The Dunbar principal and other questionable hiring decisions by Baltimore schools
The Baltimore School Board has approved some questionable hires, including the new principal at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School.
Maryland districts join national trend in eliminating class rank
Maryland school districts that recently chose to eliminate class rank are part of a national trend that’s been building for years.
Baltimore musician, Morgan music teacher, coming to Creative Alliance Friday
Baltimore musician will perform his debut jazz album at The Creative Alliance on Friday, June 28.
Public deserves to know more about new Dunbar principal
The Baltimore school board needs to be more forthcoming about the hiring of a new Dunbar High School principal investigated for graduation discrepancies in DC.
Dulaney High prioritizes 'cleaner and greener'
Dulaney High School won top honors in Baltimore Public Schools' "Clean, Green 15 Litter Challenge."
Howard schools eliminate class rank, change elementary school report cards
Class rank will disappear from Howard’s 12 high schools at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year.
FSK student, teacher awarded at History Day
FSK student, teacher awarded at History Day Maryland Loy Bell
Local student wins Merit Scholarship
Local student wins Merit Scholarship yee-lynn lee
Wizards' Bradley Beal receives Community Assist honor at NBA Awards show
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal was named the NBA Cares Community Assist Award winner at the league’s annual award show Monday night.
Howard County high school seniors will participate in new apprenticeship program this fall
Howard County high school seniors will step outside their classrooms this September and become apprentices at local businesses.
Don't get rid of the class valedictorian
Anne Arundel County shouldn't drop the tradition of naming valedictorians based on grades.
Lacrosse: Postseason honors abound for several Carroll County standouts
High school lacrosse abound honors for several Carroll County standouts.
At Toby's Dinner Theatre in Columbia, the 1950s become timeless in revival of 'Grease'
Judging from the enthusiastic response at Toby’s Dinner Theatre's “Grease,” this 1972 Broadway musical can still make us nostalgic for sock hops and drive-ins.
Why does Baltimore struggle to find and retain black teachers? This group has ideas for how to help.
Baltimore City is struggling to find and retain young African American teachers in its school system.
Donald E. Snodderly, veteran Baltimore County public schools educator who oversaw federal programs, dies
Donald E. Snodderly, a veteran Baltimore County public schools educator, died Friday of heart failure at the Charlestown Retirement Community. He was 87.
Catonsville High School graduate wins first scholarship in memory of Verletta White's mother
Catonsville High graduate Erin Kreis didn't expect to be singled out by interim Superintendent Verletta White — and awarded $1,000 — at her commencement.
Oh, the places you'll go: Eighth-graders say farewell, look ahead in Shiloh Middle School assembly
Eighth-graders said farewell to peers and teachers on the last day of school at Shiloh Middle School on Tuesday.
Century High School students raise their voices in celebration of summer on last day of school
Colton Hopwood was ready to finish out the school year strong when Century High School let out for the summer Tuesday — with strong vocals, that is.
After years of delays, limited renovation of Joppatowne High moves forward
Harford County Board of Education Monday night voted unanimously to approve the educational specifications for the renovations.
Green seats: Benches made from recycled bags debut at South Carroll High
South Carroll High School was gifted two benches by Martin's Food made from recycled plastic bags. They were assembled by students on the school's Green Team.
Federal sentencing rescheduled for former Carroll teacher guilty of child porn production
The sentencing in federal court of former Carroll County Teacher of the Year Kenneth Fischer was again pushed back, this time to July 8.
'A caste system of education': Baltimore's vocational programs fail to equitably open doors, audit finds
Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Sonja Santelises said the findings demonstrate that the district is failing students.
Girls Tennis Player of the Year: Doubles prowess paid off for Liberty's Emily Brecker, Noelle Htwar
Liberty High School's Emily Brecker and Noelle Htwar are the Times Girls Tennis Players of the Year for 2019.
Dayhoff: Remembering Westminster High School English teacher Mike Eaton
I loved school and I had a number of favorite teachers. However, the first may very well be my 12th-grade English teacher, William Granville "Mike" Eaton.
Manchester Valley principal tapped to lead Carroll County high schools; more personnel moves announced
Upon the retirement of Kim Dolch, Manchester Valley High School Principal Eric King, will fill the role of director of high schools for CCPS.
Century High School's JROTC team earns spot in National Academic Bowl — the last time they'll compete
Four Carroll County JROTC cadets made their way to the top level of their program when they landed a spot in the National Academic Bowl.
Commentary: LEO Clubs, teens and young adults in action
Studies have shown that teens who volunteer in their communities are generally more responsible with greater self-esteem and better overall attitudes.
Brooke Ciampaglio wins Minds in Motion scholarship
Brooke Ciampaglio, a recent graduate of North Harford High School, was the District VII Minds in Motion scholarship winner.
Dulaney High seniors reconnect with their alma mater: Pot Spring Elementary in Timonium
Some Dulaney High seniors went back to where it all began — Pot Spring Elementary — one last time before their high school graduation.
Baltimore County adjusts 2019-20 school calendar: post-Labor Day start, longer spring break, later finish
Public schools in Baltimore County will begin after Labor Day, but end a little later next school year than originally planned.
Bel Air Drama Company supporters plead to keep directors, maintain family
For many of the hundreds of people involved with its productions each year, the Bel Air Drama Company has become family.
Harford school board honors state champions, problem-solver and future teachers
Harford County celebrated its state champions, its problem-solvers and its future teachers Monday night at the board of education meeting.
Westminster author releases book on how to teach dogs 'intelligent disobedience,' free thinking
Westminster resident Susan Bulanda has been training dogs since she was in high school. Now, she writes books to help others with their training.
How a nonprofit turned Baltimore County school storage rooms into a free general store for students in need
An advocate started gathering items to help needy high school students six years ago. Today it is a non-profit serving several schools.
Linebacker and Baltimore native Rahshaun 'Shaq' Smith transfers to Maryland
Maryland football coach Michael Locksley announces Clemson linebacker Rahshaun "Shaq" Smith will join the football program.
Q&A: Carroll's athletic director, Dave Dolch, on retirement, family, county high school sports
The Times caught up with Dave Dolch to talk about why he was ready to retire, and what he thinks about Carroll one day getting athletic turf fields.
Sidney A. Green Sr., aircraft mechanic, dies
Sidney Green, who was 22, died in a motorcycle accident in Lochearn.
Editorial: Impressive Carroll grads show the future is in good hands
If the graduating seniors we’ve been profiling over the past week or 10 days are any indication, we’re all in pretty good shape.
Liberty High School student-athlete, vocalist turning focus to next things after graduation
After graduating from Liberty High School on Saturday, Delaney Putt will prepare to pull up roots for the next phase of her life.