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St. Martin’s To Debut New Building

St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School is updating its campus to improve the learning experience for students. more

Nearly 65% Of Schools Improve Star Ratings On Latest Report Card

Anne Arundel County Public Schools has 23 five-star schools, compared to five a year ago. More than 20% of AACPS schools rated on the report card earned five stars, the highest percentage among Maryland’s five largest school systems. more

David Britton Honored As Teacher Of The Year Semifinalist

After one year of teaching, David Britton landed his dream job: a research coordinator at National Geographic. more

Meet New Board Of Education Member Dana Schallheim

During a conversation in late December, Schallheim outlined her goals and expectations. more

Oak Hill's “Sweet Event” Delivers $3,947 To Services From The Heart

For the past 11 years, Pat Anderson, a second-grade teacher at Oak Hill Elementary, has been leading an O Ambassadors holiday candygram sale to raise money for a special charity or cause. more

Local Students Excel At County Science Fair

During the 52nd annual Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Expo, approximately 100 county middle and high school students earned first-place awards. more

Severna Park Scouts Tidy Up Historic Pasadena Farm

Scouts from Troop 855 in Severna Park came to Historic Hancock’s Resolution in Pasadena on October 5 to tidy up the farm’s reforestation area. more

SPES Presents Annual Shining Star Variety Show

Now in its 13th year, the variety show has raised more than $7,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation since 2015. This year, all proceeds from the show will benefit the Fortney Breast Center at Anne Arundel Medical Center. more

Question Of The Month: Jones Elementary

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Ms. Bytella’s class at Jones Elementary School answered the question: If you could control the weather, what would you make it do? more

Hate Has No Place In Our Schools

As a parent as well as a Board of Education member, I want all our children to feel safe at school. No child should be the subject of hate. 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

SPHS Wish Week Volleyball Games

“It’s about getting our school involved in a world outside of Severna Park and teaching students the importance of giving back.” more
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