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Severna Park Unified Bowling Team Brings Inclusion To Sport

Severna Park Lanes was standing room only earlier this month with spirit on display to rival any high school sport in the area. more

“Peter Pan” Set To Fly Onto Jones Stage In March

In Peter Pan’s Neverland, kids don’t always get the chance to make the big decisions, but at Jones Elementary School in Severna Park, the kids were in charge of choosing their spring musical. more

Spalding Teens Stand Up To Blood Cancer

Archbishop Spalding High School sophomores Clare Donovan and Madeline Lancione are serving as co-captains of a 10-teenager team that’s raising money for blood cancer research. more

Educator Of The Month: Noelle Cruder

Noelle Cruder likes to say special education chose her, not the other way around. more

Folger McKinsey To Go Under The Sea With “The Little Mermaid Jr.”

Students at Folger McKinsey Elementary are asking community members to be part of their world as they present their adaptation of “The Little Mermaid Jr.” in March. more

A Look At The SPHS Math Team

The Severna Park High School math team has had a strong showing this year. more

Taking The Lead

Severna Park High School’s Leadership Institute students make a difference in their community each year by supporting a nonprofit or other cause. more

Applications Being Accepted For Candace C.W. Antwine Military Service Awards

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County is now accepting applications for the 2023 Candace C.W. Antwine Military Service Awards. more

Information Night Set For Students Interested In 2023-2024 Board Of Education Seat

High school juniors can get more information on becoming the 2023-2024 student member of the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County during a hybrid information night scheduled for 6:30pm on February 22. more

Attention Middle Schoolers: National Civics Bee Is Underway

The Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce is launching the 2023 National Civics Bee, an initiative aimed at encouraging more young Americans to engage in civics and contribute to their communities. more

It’s Academic Teams Continue To Compete Despite Loss Of TV Sponsor

After more than 40 years on air, Baltimore area schools can no longer participate on the TV game show “It’s Academic” after the region lost its TV sponsor. more

Educator Of The Month: Andrew Villwock

One could say that Andrew Villwock, a history teacher and alumnus from Broadneck High School, was born into the teaching profession. more
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