Education

Perry Hall, Parkville educators recognized with state-level awards from the Maryland Art Education Association

TOWSON, MD—Eight Baltimore County Public Schools visual arts educators have earned statewide awards from the Maryland Art Education Association. “This impressive statewide recognition is a reflection of the immense talent of our visual arts team,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams. “Our visual arts educators inspire and challenge our students and contribute to their academic and personal growth in …


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BCPS student artists honored at 34th Annual High School Art Exhibition

TOWSON, MD—Dozens of awards were presented to Baltimore County Public Schools’ students during a reception and awards ceremony for BCPS’ 34th Annual High School Art Exhibition. The juried exhibition features more than 100 artworks by students across the county. The exhibition remains on display at Goucher College’s Rosenberg Gallery through Thursday, June 2, 2022. The gallery, located at 1021 Dulaney …


2022 BCPS Film Expo honors 17 projects from 11 schools

TOWSON, MD—The 2022 BCPS Film Expo event showcased films produced by Baltimore County Public Schools students from 11 schools. Held on May 17 at The Senator Theatre, the BCPS Film Expo is Baltimore County’s largest student film competition. In its seventh year, the competition attracted 158 film, GIF, and poster entries from six middle schools and 16 high schools. Seventeen …

Perry Hall teacher wins art educator award, Parkville educator nominated for state award

TOWSON, MD—Nine of Baltimore County Public Schools’ visual art teachers have been recognized with district awards from the BCPS Office of Visual Arts through the Maryland Art Education Association. In addition, nine additional BCPS visual arts teachers have been nominated for state recognition. “We are so proud of our talented visual arts educators for the many ways that they inspire …

Second community forum scheduled to review options for improving overcrowded northeast Baltimore County high schools

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools officials will hold the second of its two scheduled community forums this week. The purpose of the community forums is to review options and solicit feedback on how best to improve buildings, enhance school use, and provide capacity relief for high schools in the county’s northeast areas. The forums are part of a long-term study …

Police respond to fight at Parkville High School

PARKVILLE, MD—Police responded to a fight at Parkville High School on Tuesday. On March 1, additional officers responded to the 2600-block of Putty Hill Avenue (21234) to assist a School Resource Officer with a physical altercation. A police spokesperson tells NottinghamMD.com that a weapon was mentioned but not confirmed. The school was briefly placed on lockdown, but dismissed on time.

BCPS to hold virtual public forums on improving overcrowded northeast Baltimore County high schools

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools has scheduled two community forums during the next two months to review options and solicit feedback on how best to improve buildings, enhance school use, and provide capacity relief for high schools in the county’s northeast area. The forums are part of a long-term study on planning for improvement in the county’s high schools. Schools …

‘Baltimore Gamer Symphony Orchestra’ virtual concert to feature Parkville High School teacher

PARKVILLE, MD—The “Baltimore Gamer Symphony Orchestra” will perform a free, virtual concert of music exclusively from video games developed in Maryland next month. The group’s members include Rob Glass, a Spanish teacher at Parkville High School, and Jackie Truitt, a music teacher at Ridgely Middle School. The event air at 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 11, 2021 on the Baltimore …