Frederick Co. Schools Employee Speaks Out After Being Fired For TweetA Frederick County Public Schools employee is now speaking out after she was fired for a tweet she posted from the school's social media account, correcting a student's spelling.
Frederick County Public Schools Employee Fired for TweetFrederick County Public Schools fired employee Katie Nash for a Tweet she posted last week, according to the Frederick Post.
Once In 100 Years, Pi Day Like This Comes Along At Md. LabFriday is the deadline to get a "Most Epic Pi Day Ever" T-shirt commemorating the March 14 Pi Day race and a celebration at the county's unique Earth Space Science Lab.
Frederick Police Continue Investigation Into High School ShootingThe search for suspects continues after a gunman opens fire, shooting two students at Frederick High School.
Frederick County Expands Inclusive Pre-K ProgramAs the new school year opens, Frederick County Public Schools are working to expand new prekindergarten programs that include both students with disabilities and students without disabilities.
Md. Woman Helps Children Whose Parents Are In Jail Shari Ostrow Scher always believed she'd start the Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership when she retired.
Frederick County Buses Will Have Cameras To Catch & Fine Drivers Who Pass IllegallyFrederick County is putting more eyes on drivers who don't stop for school buses. The county will be the first in Maryland to install cameras on buses.
Brunswick High School Students Stage Second PromBrunswick High School senior Drew Howard has already been named prom king once this year, but he might get a second shot on Saturday.
Frederick Schools To Close 1 Day For G8 SummitFrederick County public school students will have a day off in May because of the G-8 summit being held at Camp David in Thurmont.
Spanish Literacy Program Offered At Md. School Flipping through slides projected onto the wall from her laptop, Lincoln Elementary School teacher Rosa Labarta asked her students to describe what they saw.
Homeless Student Counts RiseMaryland is reporting a 66 percent rise in the number of homeless public school students over the last four years.
Parents Fill Spots In Maryland HS's Marching BandFriday will mark Walkersville High School's first home playoff football game since 1987, but if you're a fan of school fight songs, Walkersville's may be a bit quieter than usual.