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Students from Parkville, Perry Hall, Overlea, Essex to be honored online at 2020 McCormick Unsung Hero Awards

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The 80th annual McCormick Unsung Heroes Awards has been transformed into a virtual celebration which will be streamed live across the web on Monday, May 11th.  This year, student-athletes from Parkville, Perry Hall, Overlea, Essex and other portions of northeastern Baltimore County will be recognized. The annual event presented by McCormick & Company, which has been honoring unsung Baltimore …


Business, Education

Eastern Tech student elected officer of Maryland Future Business Leaders of America

ESSEX, MD—Three Baltimore County Public Schools students, including a student at Eastern Technical High School, have been elected officers of the Maryland Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for the 2020 – 2021 school year. Kathy Yao of Dulaney High School was elected state president. She is the state vice president for the current school year. Vinay Khosla, also of …


Eastern Tech junior elected 2020 – 2021 president of Maryland Association of Student Councils

TOWSON, MD—Carmelli Leal, a junior at Eastern Technical High School, has been elected president of the Maryland Association of Student Councils (MASC) for 2020 – 2021. Leal is a student leader at the national, state, county, and school level. Nationally, she is a member of the Student Leadership Advisory Committee of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and a …

Eastern Tech mathematics chair named 2020 Maryland Outstanding Educator

ESSEX, MD—Stacy Barry, a resource teacher in the BCPS Office of Innovation and Digital Safety, has been named 2020 Maryland Outstanding Leader Using Technology by the Maryland Society for Education Technology (MSET), and Kimberly Burton-Regulski, mathematics department chair at Eastern Technical High School, has been named that group’s 2020 Maryland Outstanding Educator. Both women will be honored at MSET’s Common …

Perry Hall High, Eastern Tech students excel at 2020 Superhero Science Fairs

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools students demonstrated their science superpowers at the school system’s 2020 Superhero Science Fairs, held on Feb. 29 at Dulaney High School. The school was the site of the 32nd annual Physics Olympics and 7th annual Chemathon for high school students and a STEM Fair for middle school students. Hereford High’s Team #2 earned first place …

Eastern Tech senior earns first place in regional Brain Bee

ESSEX, MD—Amanda Nwokoro, a senior at Eastern Technical High School, earned first place in a regional Brain Bee held at Stevenson University and has qualified to compete in the 2020 USA Brain Bee Championship to be held March 27 – 29 on the campus of the Northeast Ohio Medical School. The Brain Bee is an international neuroscience competition for high …

BCPS middle school, high school students to test their STEM knowledge

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools students from 18 middle schools and 13 high schools will spend a Saturday morning testing their STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) knowledge by participating in the annual BCPS Physics Olympics, Chemathon, and Middle School STEM Fair. For the Physics Olympics and Chemathon the challenges aren’t revealed until the day of the event, but in general, …

PHHS girls’ basketball coach closes out 24-year coaching career

PERRY HALL, MD—Perry Hall High School girls’ basketball coach Linda Caccavalla closed out her coaching career with a pair of wins. Both the JV and varsity squads picked up victories over Eastern Tech on Friday evening as Coach Caccavalla ended her 24-year tenure as coach at PHHS. Councilman David Marks was on-hand Friday night to present Coach Caccavalla with a …