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High-Schoolers Create Books For “Little Buddies”

Sixty Severna Park juniors visited Brooklyn Park Elementary to show their buddies the finished books and to read them their unique stories. more

PHOTOS: Broadneck Graduation 2022

Broadneck had its ceremony at Live! Casino & Hotel in Hanover on June 6. more

Benfield Elementary School Collects Spare Change

Students raised almost $600 for Services from the Heart Backpack Buddies Program. more

St. Martin’s Chooses Next Head Of School

Tony Shaffer has been selected as the new head of school for St. Martin’s effective the 2022-2023 school year. more

Kindergartners Write Letters About The Severn River

Mrs. Osborne-Ward’s class at Severna Park Elementary learned about the Severn River this year. more

SPHS Student Creates Dog Collars For Make-A-Wish Foundation

Junior Juliana Augustine used her experience creating dog collars and leashes to help fundraise for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. more

From Folger To SPHS, Students Grow With Earth Day Festival

Sarah and Sophie have been friends since they first met at Folger McKinsey Elementary School. more

Club Advisor And Math Teacher Leaves Lasting Impression After 24 Years At Broadneck

After 24 years as a Broadneck High School math teacher, Scott Rundle is retiring from teaching at the end of the 2021-2022 school year. more

Middle School Student Wins Big At State History Contest

Jonah Kadlec earned the Excellence in Maryland History Award at the Maryland History Day state competition. more

Severna Park Students Awarded Airman Memorial Scholarships

Nathaniel McDavitt enlisted in the United States Air Force with the goal to be a crew chief responsible for maintaining fighter jets. more

Rock ‘N’ Roll Revival Returns To Shipley’s Choice After Two-Year Hiatus

Rock ‘n’ roll: it’s music for the neck downwards, as Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards once proclaimed. more

Question Of The Month: Shipley’s Choice Elementary School

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. more
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