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Governor Moore unveils ENOUGH Act with support from local officials, community leaders [VIDEO]

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Wes Moore this week unveiled the ENOUGH Act, a first-in-the-nation state-level effort to end concentrated poverty. Joined at LIFE Ministries Church in Brooklyn by Lieutenant Governor Aruna Miller; Senate President Bill Ferguson; Speaker of the House Adrienne A. Jones; Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott; Baltimore City Councilwoman Phylicia Porter; Baltimore Community Foundation Chief Executive Officer Dr. Shanaysha Sauls; …


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Artwork by 15 BCPS students to be featured in annual High School Juried Art Show at Reginald F. Lewis Museum

TOWSON, MD—Fifteen Baltimore County Public Schools students have been named among the 20 finalists in the Reginald F. Lewis Museum‘s 18th annual High School Juried Art Show. The BCPS finalists are: Ifeoluwa Naluwa Adeyooye, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology Khyree Bonds, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology Jasmin Gedlu, Eastern Technical High School Sanye’ Grace, …


Administrative secretary at Rosedale school named Maryland Education Support Professional of the Year

ROSEDALE, MD—An administrative secretary at a school in Rosedale has been named the 2021-2022 Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) Education Support Professional of the Year. Baltimore County Public Schools on Monday announced that Shady Spring Elementary School’s Brad Fisher had received the honor. “Congratulations to Brad Fisher on receiving this well-deserved honor,” said Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Darryl …

Perry Hall High School student’s work featured in art exhibition at Lewis Museum [VIDEO]

PERRY HALL, MD—Artwork by five Baltimore County Public Schools students is featured in the 2021 High School Virtual Juried Art Show at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African American History and Culture. Starlette Franklin, a Grade 11 student at Towson High School, earned third place honors in the exhibition and her work was featured on the invitation announcement. Other …

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 …