REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENTS FOR FERNDALE EARLY EDUCATION CENTER, GEORGE CROMWELL AND HILLTOP ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

A committee of parents and community residents is set to begin studying the possibilities with regard to adjusting the boundaries for students at the Ferndale Early Education Center and George Cromwell and Hilltop elementary schools. The committee will study options available, to the extent possible, to best utilize space being … Continue reading

REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE FEEDER PATTERN FOR MARYLAND CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

A committee of parents, community residents, and school system officials is set to begin studying the possibilities with regard to redistricting Maryland City Elementary School students as they transition to and attend middle school. The committee will study options available, to the extent possible, to better balance middle school space … Continue reading

SHIPLEY’S CHOICE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EARNS NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON; HONOR BRINGS COUNTY TOTAL TO 18 NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS

Shipley’s Choice Elementary School today earned the nation’s top educational honor by being named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Anne Arundel County Public Schools has now had 18 schools earn National Blue Ribbon honors, including 10 in the last 10 years … Continue reading

MICHELLE WEISGERBER NAMED WINNER OF 2017 JAN HOLLMANN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AWARD

Michelle Weisgerber, the Signature Program Facilitator for Broadneck High School’s Environmental Literacy Signature Program, has been named the winner of the 2017 Jan Hollmann Environmental Education Award. Weisgerber has been a leading force in helping Broadneck receive a Green Ribbon School designation from the U.S. Department of Education. The award … Continue reading

BOARD OF EDUCATION UNANIMOUSLY APPROVES $216 MILLION CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019

The Board of Education today unanimously approved Superintendent George Arlotto’s recommended $216 million FY2019 capital budget, which contains construction funding for nine major school projects as well as funding for open space classroom enclosures, classroom additions, and additions for kindergarten and prekindergarten. The budget approved by the Board is about … Continue reading