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  • Bounce it out: Students on exercise balls concentrate more

    Brady Stafford sits quietly, his feet flat on the floor with pencil in hand, as he pours over the math problems before him trying to solve for the mean, median and mode. His quiet, determined expression is overshadowed by one thing: He can't stop...
  • Generations connected through pen and paper

    Generations connected through pen and paper
    Second-graders from Elmer Wolfe Elementary School and the residents of Carroll Lutheran Village in Westminster had never met before Wednesday, but they knew all about each other. After being paired as pen pals early in the school year, the students...
  • Harford school system names eight new principals, fills other administrative posts

    Harford school system names eight new principals, fills other administrative posts
    Harford County Public Schools has announced several year-end administrative appointments, among them new principals for eight schools, including Homestead-Wakefield Elementary in Bel Air and Halls Cross Roads Elementary in Aberdeen, where the principals...
  • Newsmaker Q&A: Treasure Signorelli, Blind Allentown student honored by state

    Newsmaker Q&A: Treasure Signorelli, Blind Allentown student honored by state
    Treasure Signorelli, a legally blind sixth-grader at South Mountain Middle School in Allentown, was honored by the state for her academic accomplishments. Earlier this month, Treasure and her mother traveled to Harrisburg, where she was chosen as this...
  • Millersville/Crownsville: School says goodbye to teacher, pirate, judge, pioneer

    Millersville/Crownsville: School says goodbye to teacher, pirate, judge, pioneer
    A fourth grade classroom at Rippling Woods Elementary School is filled with energy – and their teacher, Lynette Harbeson, isn't doing anything to stop it. In fact, the small-statured woman is dressed as a pirate, leading them on a search for...
  • Kickball Helps Enfield Students Build Spirit For 2016 High School Consolidation

    Kickball Helps Enfield Students Build Spirit For 2016 High School Consolidation
    ENFIELD — In 2016, students from Enrico Fermi and Enfield high schools will attend classes in the same building — a renovated Enfield High on Enfield Street. On Wednesday afternoon, students from the rival high schools came together for a...
  • St. Gabriel students enjoy end-of-year activities

    Elena Anderson takes second in District Speech Contest On May 26, area students competed in a district speech contest sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America, a fraternal financial services organization. This Level 2 contest, hosted by St. Gabriel...
  • Linthicum: Linthicum Elementary teacher wins chamber's excellence award

    Linthicum: Linthicum Elementary teacher wins chamber's excellence award
    Linthicum Elementary School media specialist Sandy Muir was this year's recipient of the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce Educational Excellence Award and was presented with a $1,000 check at an all-school assembly last Friday. Muir...
  • Linthicum: After 42 years, Debbie Hewes retiring from Overlook Elementary School

    Linthicum: After 42 years, Debbie Hewes retiring from Overlook Elementary School
    "Somebody with a pink shirt is facing the right way; somebody with a blue shirt near the front of the line is quiet and ready for music," said an energetic first-grade teacher as she calmly but firmly lined up 26 squirmy students in preparation for the...
  • Around the Park: St. John's principal steps down after 27 years

    Around the Park: St. John's principal steps down after 27 years
    Prominently positioned on the sidewalk, Sister Linda Larsen watched the student body of St. John the Evangelist Catholic School file by her Friday at dismissal time – a ritual she's repeated daily for the past 27 years. "It's true I'm stepping...
  • Around South County: Edgewater students grow a relationship with rehab center's residents

    Around South County: Edgewater students grow a relationship with rehab center's residents
    There were two groups: Paper flowers and planting flowers. For their third visit on May 27 to the South River Health and Rehabilitation Center in Edgewater, a group of students from Edgewater Elementary School's English Language Learning class decided...