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Severna Park Middle School Takes On “The Pirates Of Penzance Jr.”

The Severna Park Middle School’s Spartan Lyrical Society will present “The Pirates of Penzance Jr.” from April 3 to 5. more

Broadneck Senior Earns Coveted Gold Key Award For Self-Portrait

Isabella Ferreira’s art has been on display somewhere for the last 16 years. more

Just Dance: Severna Park Students Notch All-State Honors

Two dancers from Severna Park High School earned All-State honors in the late January competition, and a third achieved Honorable Mention All-State honors. more

Spalding Students’ Be CUREageous Campaign Raises Funds for LLS

Kiley Cassidy, an Archbishop Spalding sophomore and Severna Park resident vying for Student of the Year with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), knows how much progress has been made in the fight against blood cancers. more

Question Of The Month: Benfield Elementary School

We asked Mrs. Bartlett’s class, “If you could make one rule that everyone in the world would have to follow, what rule would you make?” more

SPHS Teen Wins Scholarship From Huntington Learning Center

Amelia Horrell won $4,000 in February following a nationwide contest sponsored by Huntington Learning Center. more

Asbury Preschool Obtains Accreditation

The staff at Asbury Community Christian Preschool in Arnold is excited to announce their accreditation achievement. more

Buses To Get Stop Sign Cameras

According to the Anne Arundel County Police Department, there were 88 cases where drivers failed to stop in 2019 and 13 cases where drivers failed to remain stopped. more

St. Martin’s To Host Open House And Middle School Science Fair

Families can tour St. Martin’s new school addition, learn about the benefits of its preschool-through-eighth-grade academic program, and interact with current teachers and parents. more

100 Teens Who Care Raises $600 For Maryland Animal Sanctuary

The Severna Park chapter of 100 Teens Who Care, gathering on February 23 for its second meeting, raised $600 for Maryland Animal Sanctuary. more

STEM Festival Debuts In Severna Park

Children discovered a newfound appreciation for science during the first Severna Park STEM Festival on February 29 at the Holy Grounds building at Severna Park Community Center. The STEM Festival was … more

STEM Festival To Debut In Severna Park

Dramatic demonstrations, presented at intervals from the stage, will augment the interactive exhibits and activity stations. more

School Awarded Grant To Fund STEM-Focused Curriculum Activities

St. John the Evangelist School was a recent recipient of a $4,925 grant from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA). more

Broadneck Prepares For Emotional Showing of “Guys And Dolls”

“Guys and Dolls” — a musical about showgirls, missionaries and high-rolling gamblers in 1950s Manhattan — will open at Broadneck High School on February 13. While the … more

Board Votes Down Broadneck Cluster, West County Redistricting Plans

On January 23, the Anne Arundel County Board of Education decided to not move any Broadneck cluster redistricting proposal forward to public hearing and voted down a proposal by Vice President … more

Students Produce Something To Write Home About

Budding authors start at all ages and through a variety of ways, and this year’s winners from the Anne Arundel Council Literacy Chapter’s Young Authors Contest are no different. more

Folger McKinsey Takes Audiences On The Search For A Golden Ticket

Folger McKinsey’s young actors are bringing Ronald Dahl’s fantastical tale “Willy Wonka Jr.” to Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church from February 28-29. Enigmatic candy … more

Question Of The Month: Broadneck Elementary School

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Ms. Baker’s class at Broadneck Elementary answered the question: What do you think it means to be in love? more

SPHS Students Weigh In On Suicide Resolution

On January 21, 2020, the Anne Arundel County Council unanimously voted to declare suicide a public health crisis. Seeing that 67% of firearm deaths between 2013 and 2017 were ruled to be suicides, … more

Fourteen AACPS Dancers Earn All-State Honors

Anne Arundel County Public Schools’ dance program has long been regarded as one of the state’s best, so it’s only natural that individual dancers shine when it is their turn in the spotlight. more
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