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Girls Joined Linked Troop 995

Troop 995 in Arnold celebrated a historic moment: the creation of a linked troop for girls. more

SPRWC Seeks Scholarship Applicants

The annual essay contest rewards winners with the Marjorie Holt Scholarship of $1,000. more

SPMS To Present Family Musical “James And The Giant Peach Jr.”

Sometimes big adventures get a little sticky. more

Shipley’s Choice PTA To Hold First Beads & Bids Benefit

The Mardi Gras soiree and silent auction will bring the community together in support of the PTA’s student enrichment endeavors. more

WATCH: Broadneck Elementary School's Guinness World Record Attempt

Broadneck unofficially broke the record at the school's count of 932 people. more

AACPS Swimmers Raise More Than $17K For Cancer Research

After losing her grandfather to cancer, swimmer Mia D’Antoni looked for a way to raise money to help researchers slow or eradicate the disease. more

How To Be The Meanest Teacher, Per MRMS Sixth-Graders

When Kathleen Plitt returned from winter break, there was a book on her desk titled “How to be a Mean Teacher (Without Really Trying!).” more

Severna Park High School Junior Helps Homeless Veterans

Ethan Prigge is making a difference in the lives of homeless veterans in Baltimore while working to earn his Eagle Scout badge. more

Broadneck Set To Open “Mamma Mia” On February 21

Set at a resort on a fictional Greek island, the story follows young bride Sophie and mom Donna over the course of 24 hours leading up to Sophie’s wedding. more

SPHS Students Use Lunch To Build Greater Connections

The SPHS Dines Together program connects students with other students during their lunch periods. more

SPHS Alumni Reflect On First Semester Of College

Severna Park High School’s graduating class of 2018 reflects on their first semester of college. more

Folger McKinsey Announces School Play

“Rock Soup” is a comedic retelling of the folktale “Stone Soup” but with rock stars and an updated village of suburban homeowners. more

Question of the Month: Severna Park Elementary

"How do you show someone you love them?" more

Females In Focus: Empowering Young Women Through Photography

It all started with a school grant and an interest in teaching young women empowerment through the camera lens. more

Meet New Board Of Education Member Dana Schallheim

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

Girl Scouts Host Holiday Shop For Peers

Two Severna Park Middle School students and members of Girl Scout Troop 1848, Caroline Bresson and Emily Ranaghan, understand that it’s better to give than to receive. more

Superintendent George Arlotto Recommends $1.26 Billion Operating Budget

Arlotto’s plan contains 295.6 new positions, 92 percent of which would be allocated to employees to have daily interactions with students. more

Severna Park Family Seeks Help For Girl Paralyzed By Rare Condition

Ava Janeski, a 4-year-old Severna Park resident, has been hospitalized since October after being diagnosed with a rare condition known as acute flaccid myelitis (AFM). more

Question Of The Month: St. John The Evangelist School

“What does it mean to be a hero?” more
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