Education, Government, Sports

Perry Hall High School to hold ribbon-cutting for new turf field

Perry Hall High School will hold a ribbon-cutting to mark the opening of its new turf athletic field. The ceremony will be held on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at 6:15 p.m. at Al Miller Stadium. Advertisement The school’s lacrosse teams will be hosting games against Eastern Tech.  The JV game will take place at 5 p.m. and the varsity game …


‘Neighbors Helping Neighbors’ program to be offered at WMVFC

Residents with basic preparedness skills are more likely to handle everyday and large-scale emergencies successfully. “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” is a program sponsored by the Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management designed to give residents the information and tools needed to manage “everyday” emergencies, as well as large-scale weather and other major disasters. The program is offered several times a year …

Students from Nottingham area serving as student pages during Maryland General Assembly

TOWSON, MD – When the Maryland General Assembly session ends on April 8, so will the service of 10 BCPS students assisting as 2019 student pages. Student pages are high school seniors selected to spend two nonconsecutive weeks in Annapolis during the General Assembly session to learn about the legislative process. For 2019, the BCPS seniors serving as pages are: …

2019 BCPS Teacher of the Year nominees announced for Eastern Zone

Baltimore County Public Schools on Monday announced the nominees for the 2019 “Eastern Zone” Teacher of the Year award. Here are this year’s nominees, listed in alphabetical order by school. Stephanie Lawson, Battle Grove Elementary Terry Flynn, Battle Monument Cindy Laue, Bear Creek Elementary Stacey Steinberg, Berkshire Elementary Diane Pfeifer, Chapel Hill Elementary Carrie Sprucebank, Charlesmont Elementary Irene Check, Chase …

Eastern Tech senior qualifies to take American Invitational Mathematics Exam

TOWSON, MD – Jeffrey Cai, a Grade 12 student at Eastern Technical High School, has become the first Eastern Tech student to qualify to take the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME). To qualify, Cai scored 87 out of 150 – which placed him in the top 5% of test takers – on the AMC12 Exam offered by the Mathematical Association …