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A fourth-grader from St. Joan of Arc School in Aberdeen gets control of the town after winning the “If I Were Mayor, I Would” essay contest.
Warriors will graduate next week.
The funds will go toward planning a joint campus.
The results of the inclement weather waiver requests are in, the school system reported Monday.
Students were relocated as a precautionary measure.
The state has recommended funding for planning to replace HHS and Havre de Grace Middle School.
University of Maryland students and staffers overwhelmed a free credit monitoring service Tuesday as they tried to learn if their personal information was compromised in a database breach.
The Harford County Board of Education voted to use one of the days designated for spring break as a makeup day.
Social Security numbers and other information for some University of Maryland students and staff has been exposed in a data breach.
Harford County Public Schools will consider the idea of a separate protocol for weather-related decisions.
'Not one teacher has come up to me and said they like Common Core.' —Delegate Mike Smigiel, R-Cecil
Public schools are to open as scheduled.
The school system made the call at 5:30 a.m.
The mascot for the Fighting Owls has a special new look.
The Maryland Board of Education wants local school systems to move away from zero-tolerance policies and instead evaluate student discipline on a case-by-case basis.
Students getting free and reduced meals may have been a factor in the decision.
Officials also announced the tentative last day of school.
Howard Community College gained the most students since 2010 of any Maryland public two-year school. The biggest decline came in Baltimore County.
Harford County Public Schools canceled some services, delayed others.
The planned increase is less than initially proposed, state leaders said.