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The legend of Robin Hood took on a new form this November when Kevin Whewell, Broadneck High School’s theater director, chose an adaptation of the story for the school’s play.
By Mauricio Palmar l Student Intern |
12/8/23 11:40 AM
Sixth-graders from local middle schools got to envision a future as scientists, engineers and environmental stewards during a hands-on project this fall.
By Zach Sparks l email@example.com |
12/8/23 11:36 AM
Shelby Ledger hopes that all her students “look back at Spanish class like they look back at a football game, with lots of long-lasting memories and positive experiences.”
By Lily Saunders l Student Intern |
12/8/23 11:31 AM
Kateri Jarvis and Hannah Kim hope classmates will help them make hundreds of origami cranes to give to Hospice of the Chesapeake patients.
By Elyzabeth Marcussen l Hospice of the Chesapeake |
12/8/23 11:09 AM
SkillsUSA, an organization that prepares students for the workforce, is joining forces with nonprofit Hero Dogs Inc.
By Noel Castillo and Anna Reilly l Student Interns |
12/8/23 11:05 AM
Green Hornets cheerleaders performed at halftime of the Navy versus University of Alabama at Birmingham football game on November 11.
12/8/23 10:56 AM
Anne Arundel County Public Schools social studies coordinator Eve Case has been named the 2023 winner of the Mel Miller Social Studies Leader Award.
Shared by the AACPS Communications Office |
12/8/23 10:34 AM
The play will follow the plot of “The Addams Family” musical, a comedy set a few years after the movies.
By Alyson Kay |
11/6/23 01:39 PM
Severna Park Elementary School earned the highest distinction in eight out of nine categories.
By Judy Tacyn |
11/6/23 01:32 PM
At age 30, Malia Johnston switched careers and became a Spanish teacher because she had “a heart for the people.”
By Zach Sparks |
11/6/23 12:59 PM
Students described the dishes they would serve for Thanksgiving.
11/6/23 12:48 PM
This year, the senior class donated more than 19,000 items — a record — to bring the year’s total to 28,000.
Doug Schwartz l Student Intern |
11/6/23 12:41 PM