The Harford school system should start taking a hard look at everything in play – from salaries to new air conditioning systems – and make the tough decisions about how to move forward with its physical plant.
The 2017 feasibility study was unveiled at a June Board of Education meeting and provides a comprehensive analysis of current and projected student populations at the elementary, middle and high school levels.
In its 27th year, CEO and founder Joe Fisher said the nonprofit this month celebrated a record-breaking 200 high school graduates who will be the first generation in their families to attend college this fall.
With the arrival of summer, I recently remembered a conversation I had with a long-time resident of Savage and North Laurel. I wrote about Mary Miller back in December when she spent some time talking with me about the town of Savage and its history as a Christmas town in the 1940s.
Under the Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program, middle and high school students develop leadership skills through creating and running their own projects to help alleviate poverty and hunger in their community.
Dozens of family members, teachers and local government officials gathered in the George Howard Building's Banneker room on June 9 to watch 12 students graduate from Project SEARCH, a national organization in its third year in Howard County.
Harford County high school students put up the Faces of Addiction display, including Chains of Hope and the Conversation Tree, at the Bel Air Library Thursday morning as the display moves from high schools to libraries to raise awareness of heroin addiction in Harford.