Education

Perry Hall, Parkville educators to receive district arts awards at statewide reception

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Six Baltimore County Public Schools teachers and one principal have been recognized with district awards from the BCPS Office of Visual Arts through the Maryland Art Education Association (MAEA). In addition, two BCPS visual arts teachers have been nominated for state recognition. Since they cannot be honored in person at this time, the Office of Visual Arts surprised the …


Education

Golden Ring Middle, Pine Grove Middle visual arts teachers earn statewide honors

TOWSON, MD—Vernon Fains, visual arts content leader at Pine Grove Middle School, has earned the Linda Popp Leadership Award, and Camille Gibson, visual arts teacher at Golden Ring Middle School, has earned the Middle School Teacher of the Year award. The statewide awards from the Maryland Art Education Association were presented at its annual award ceremony on Dec. 15. The …


7 BCPS educators to receive district arts awards, 4 teachers nominated for state-level honors

TOWSON, MD—Six Baltimore County Public Schools teachers and one principal are set to be honored with district awards from the Maryland Art Education Association. In addition, four BCPS visual arts teachers have been nominated for state-level recognition. “We are honored to recognize these amazing educators for their service and dedication to their students, schools, and field of art education,” said …

Artwork by BCPS students earned honors in two contests, one juried art exhibition

TOWSON – Artwork by Baltimore County Public Schools students has earned honors in two contests and one juried art exhibition. Two BCPS students earned honors in the Maryland Art Education Association Youth Art Month Maryland Flag Contest. Kimberly Zepeda Garcia, a Grade 10 student at Parkville High School, was named the high school level winner. Her art teacher is Matt …

Parkville, Golden Ring art teachers to be honored for excellence

Eight art teachers from Baltimore County Public Schools will be honored by the Maryland Art Education Association (MAEA) during its annual conference.  In addition to six districtwide winners, two BCPS educators will receive state-level awards. Stacey Bentley of Summit Park Elementary School, will be named Maryland Elementary Level Art Educator of the Year, and Linda McConaughy, retired visual arts supervisor, …