Hogan Honors Child Nutrition Workers As School Nutrition HeroesGov. Larry Hogan recognized the work of Maryland's child nutrition programs' staff, many who have continued providing meals to children even as schools were closed throughout the pandemic, by proclaiming Friday School and Community Nutrition Hero Day.
SEED School Celebrates Seniors With BreakfastThe SEED School of Maryland held a breakfast for its 26 graduates. SEED is the state's only public boarding school that focuses on students who would succeed in a 24 learning environment.
University System Of Maryland's Board Of Regents Approve Tuition Increase For The Upcoming School YearThe University System of Maryland's Board of Regents approved a tuition increase for the upcoming 2021-2022 academic school year.
Anne Arundel Dance Teacher Jenny Mossburg Named Maryland's Dance Educator Of The YearA dance teacher at Arundel Middle School has been named Maryland’s Dance Educator of the Year by the Maryland Dance Education Association (MDEA).
Baltimore County To Offer Virtual Learning This FallThe school year isn't over, but Baltimore County Public Schools is already looking ahead to the fall.
Maryland Book Bank Provides Thousands Of Books To Kids Across State With The Help Of DonationsOne Baltimore-based non-profit is proving hundreds of thousands of books to under-resourced neighborhoods.
Harford County Parents Concerned Over Talk Of 2022-2023 School RedistrictingParents are upset that on the heels of the COVID-19 shutdown, their kids might have yet another hurdle to overcome.
Jennifer Perez Ryan Named Frederick County's Teacher of The YearJennifer Perez Ryan, an English Learners teacher at West Frederick Middle School, is the 2021-22 Frederick County Teacher of the Year, Frederick County Public Schools officials announced Tuesday.
Verizon Hotspot Recall Affects 650 Baltimore County Schools FamiliesAbout 650 mobile hotspot devices being used by families in Baltimore County Public Schools have been recalled by Verizon, schools officials said.
Howard Community College Aims To Be Fully Open By Aug. 28Howard Community College plans to increase gradually in-person operations over the summer with the goal of being fully operational on campus for the fall semester, officials said.
Fallstaff Library Reopens After Renovations In Northwest BaltimoreOne Northwest Baltimore City Library got a grand makeover during the coronavirus pandemic and reopened to students Friday.
Sidney Thomas Named Baltimore City Schools Teacher Of The YearAs the Teacher of the Year, she will get a year of classroom supplies and some cash.
Anne Arundel Schools To Hold Graduations At Crofton High SchoolThis year's commencement exercises for Anne Arundel County 12 high schools all will take place at the new Crofton High School stadium, schools officials said.
University System Of Maryland Considering COVID Vaccination Requirements This FallThe University of Maryland System may require all students get vaccinated before returning to campus in the fall.
Bryn Mawr Students Walk Out In Solidarity With Drama Teacher Who Was Allegedly Forced To ResignBryn Mawr students walked out of school Friday morning in solidarity with their Black drama teacher who they said was forced to resign after an incident with a white student.