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Jon Everhart claims the principal of Largo High School called him “poor white trash” and an expletive.
The annual Prince George’s County Back-to-School Fair includes free immunizations, registration and backpack giveaways.
Prince George's County Schools will hold orientation for pre-K and kindergarten students, and a transition day to help middle schoolers.
A new study by WalletHub ranks Maryland lower than studies in the past.
You already know school starts Aug. 26. So, when is the last day (and all the breaks in between)?
Find out details for the annual, community-wide event here.
The state's sales tax holiday is great for back-to-school essentials. Check our link to find what is tax free and what is not.
Prince George’s County Public Schools begins the new fiscal year with ratified agreements with all four unions representing all employees in the school system.
Two high schools set to open in 2015 will provide immigrant students, as well as those who are economically disadvantaged and prospective first generation college attendees, the chance to co
University of Maryland and College Park officials push for change on U.S. 1 to improve pedestrian safety.
The school system has an agreement with a telecommunication company to build cellphone towers on the sites of public schools.
The four-year graduation rate for Prince George's County Public Schools is falling behind state and national averages.
Next fiscal year's budget for Prince George's County Public Schools includes expansion of prekindergarten, establishes two new International Schools, and supports a new Family and Community
Montel Medley graduated from Surrattsville High School in Prince George's County with a 4.0 GPA and plans to attend Towson University in the fall.
Cellular phones may be allowed for instructional purposes in Prince George’s County Public Schools classrooms.
College Park Academy Plus is about to kick off its summer camps for middle schoolers in the region. Discounts for registration are being offered.
Career Day at a Hyattsville elementary school was the Best Day Ever for a fifth-grade boy whose father returned from Afghanistan and surprised his son at the assembly.
The team from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt has been undefeated for three years straight.
This month, 9,000 Prince George's County educators will attend a professional development day led by Discovery Education. The new phase of a 10-year partnership also includes digital textboo
Sheri Eastman, mathematics teacher at the Academy of Health Sciences at Prince George’s Community College, was recently selected as recipient of the 2014 Christa McAuliffe Outstanding Teac