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David Earl -- most recently head coach at Anne Arundel Community College and founder of Severn Records -- is the new head boys' lacrosse coach at Severna Park High School.
David W. Lanham II -- athletic director at Meade High School -- has been named the new athletic director at Severna Park High School.
Kindergarten registration begins this week for Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
The first of four sessions to give parents in Anne Arundel County Public Schools information about Maryland Common Core will be held April 8.
Eleni Dykstra has been honored by the National Art Education Association. She was the Maryland Art Educator of the Year in 2013.
Meet members of the Anne Arundel County Public Schools board of education at the Edgewater Library this week.
Chesapeake Science Point freshman David Kravets won the grand award at the Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Fair. South River sophomores Sally Albright and Allison Raines
The list of superintendent candidates for Anne Arundel County Public Schools has been narrowed to seven. A community panel will interview the finalists.
Students from across Anne Arundel County have been named to All-State band, orchestra and chorus.
The public can view science, math and engineering projects done by Anne Arundel County students on Saturday.
A new study looks at the economic impact of school spending in Anne Arundel County.
Are students and teachers finally headed back to class on Wednesday?
Students at Severn's Lower School took part in Destination Imagination. They created an underwater volcano that sank a ship, leaving a lone survivor and diver to explore the volcano.
Anne Arundel Public Schools officials have made a decision about Monday classes.
A German STEM immersion day will be held March 1 at North County High School.
Anne Arundel County has trainers at all high schools, which is not the case around the state.
Several spoke about 'untested standards' and teachers being 'deathly afraid' to oppose the program, while Maryland Board of Education defended it.
The school system made its announcement Wednesday morning.
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.
The person hired would make recommendations on whether to keep schools open during bad weather.