TOWSON, MD—Felicia Stolusky, a retired Baltimore County Public Schools educator and former member of the Board of Education of Baltimore County, has been appointed by Governor Wes Moore to a new full term on the board.
Stolusky was nominated by the Baltimore County School Board Nominating Commission and was appointed by the governor, in July, to serve as an at-large member of the board. She was sworn in today by the Clerk of Baltimore County, and her term will end on December 4, 2028. Stolusky was previously appointed to the board by then Gov. Larry Hogan for six months in 2022 to complete the term of a board member who had resigned.
“It will be a pleasure to work again with Mrs. Stolusky on the Board of Education,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. Myriam Yarbrough. “Baltimore County Public Schools is embarking on a period of acceleration and advancement, and I am certain that she has many ideas and insights to contribute. Her connections to BCPS are longstanding, and the Board will benefit from her perspective.”
“We are pleased to welcome Mrs. Stolusky back to the Board of Education,” said Board Chair Jane Lichter. “As a middle school teacher, substitute teacher, parent, community advocate, and former board member, she has experienced BCPS from multiple angles. Her vast knowledge of the school system will enrich our work as the school system’s governing body as we work to advance academic achievement and well-being for all students.”
Stolusky worked as a BCPS middle school teacher from 1997 until her retirement in 2016. She also worked as a substitute teacher for the school system from 2016 to 2020. Stolusky earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of Delaware and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Towson University. She lives in Owings Mills with her husband and two children, who are a BCPS graduate and a BCPS high school student.