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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

“Cinderella” Brings A Little Magic To Audiences

During a two-weekend run of “Cinderella” in November, Severna Park High School thespians enchanted audiences with the tale of a girl who tries to escape the oppression of her wicked stepmother and stepsisters to attend the Royal Ball. 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. This month, students from Ms. Benefiel’s class at Shipley’s Choice Elementary answered the question: more

Sledding Spots Around Town

Sledding Spots Around Town Depending on who you ask, Maryland may (or may not) be in store for an eventful winter. Just in case, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best sledding spots … more

Retired Music Teacher And Entertainer Creates A Whimsical Animal Book For Children

Inspired by an event, “Can You Put Diapers on a Goose” includes full-color illustrations of a variety of animals and rhyming questions for young children to enjoy, including “Can you put a diaper on a fish, and watch him swim around in a dish?” more

Kenny Elgert Scholarship Created To Honor Falcons’ Top Fan

The enduring legacy of Kenny Elgert – dubbed the Severna Park High School Falcons’ No. 1 fan – continues on as the Falcon Athletic Boosters Club honors him with a $1,000 annual scholarship in his name. more

Board Of Education Elects Michelle Corkadel As President, Melissa Ellis As Vice President

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County elected Michelle Corkadel as president and Melissa Ellis as vice president on December 4. more

George Arlotto Delivers Broadneck Cluster Redistricting Recommendation

On December 4, Superintendent George Arlotto delivered to the Board of Education his recommendation regarding the redistricting of school boundaries in the Broadneck cluster recently. more

Inclusive Schools Week 2019

Inclusive Schools Week highlights and celebrates the progress schools have made in providing a supportive and quality education to all students. more

St. Martin’s Students Box Supplies For Kids In Need

St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal School students in grades five through eight hosted an Operation Christmas Child shoebox packing party. more

PHOTOS: "Cinderella" At Severna Park High School

Photos by Stephanie Mennell Photography "Cinderella" runs for two weekends at Severna Park High School, November 15-23. To learn more about the show, see the full story. more

Robby Barsin And Fellow Scouts Build Gaga Ball Pit

Boy Scout Robby Barsin of Troop 783 spent the weekend of November 9 leading a group of Scouts and adults in building a Gaga Ball pit. more

Annual Excellence In Education Event To Honor Top Teachers In County

See the local honorees for the 34th annual Excellence in Education banquet. more

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

Question Of The Month: Jones Elementary

This month, students from Mrs. Fickinger’s class at Jones Elementary answered the question: If you could switch places with one person for a day, who would it be and what would you do? more

Entrepreneur Fair Inspires Students To Get Involved In Business

 he Severna Park High School Signature Program hosted its annual entrepreneur fair on October 24, to get students thinking about their future. more

Arnold Teen Honored For Community Work

Mackenzie Boughey, a senior at Severn School, is the first-ever youth recipient of a Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN) Award for her work in establishing the March for Our Lives Annapolis chapter. more

Code Orange: Belvedere Elementary Celebrates Unity Day

You’ve likely heard of the scouting way, or the Google way, or even the Oriole way to describe teams and organizations with a unique culture and method of operating. more

Friends Start Severna Park Chapter Of 100 Teens Who Care

When Alexandra Jones, Rachel Reed and Caroline Smith started a Severna Park chapter of 100 Teens Who Care, they didn’t just create a group; they empowered their peers to advocate for causes that demonstrate their passions. more

Principal Spotlight: Deneen Houghton, Oak Hill Elementary

How well do you know the principal at your neighborhood school? more
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