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Four Pasadena Residents Head To National Marbles Tournament

John Albanese, 9; Kaitlyn Albanese, 10; Bradley Harper, 11; and Grace Meyers, 10, have advanced to the national tournament. more

Pasadena Fifth-Grader Wins Drag Racing Award

As the days get longer and warmer, Pasadena Elementary fifth-grader Ryan Davis can be found behind the cockpit of his silver and black dragster as he races at 75 miles per hour. more

Lake Shore Students To Participate In Tri-State Concert

This is Lake Shore’s first time participating in the concert, and it is the only school in the Anne Arundel County Public Schools system participating. more

Question Of The Month: High Point Elementary School

This month, students from Ms. Ferrell’s class at High Point Elementary answered the question: If you could be one character from a movie, which would you choose? more

Evolve Earns Fourth Place, Best Choreography At ICHSA

“Everyone, the day of, was wanting to do their best, but it definitely wasn’t, ‘I’m so anxious, I’m so terrified. Everyone was so kind. It was like, ‘We’re all here to do our best, so let’s just do it.’” more

NHS Seniors Receive $40,000 Each For “Living The Example”

Jeremy Dawidowicz, Joshua Dawidowicz, Sydney Makarovich and Delaney Hatfield each received SFIG Foundation Scholarships on May 3 to recognize their work educating peers about drug misuse. more

Distinguished Women Honorees Inspire Girl Scout Mentees’ Path To Leadership

A Pasadena teen recently observed women’s leadership up close as mentees to the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland 2019 Distinguished Women Honorees. more

Bodkin Environmental Fair Educates And Entertains Attendees

Photos by Stephanie Mennell Photography When kids and adults joined Bodkin Elementary School during the annual Environmental & Local Culture Fair on May 4, they learned about avoiding … more

What A Accomplishment: Fifth-Graders Recognized For Good Grades

This year, 52 fifth-graders were honored by the Pasadena Business Association for earning straight A’s during the first three marking periods during the 2018–2019 school year. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Solley Elementary Presents "The Jungle Book"

On  Friday, May 3, Solley Elementary presented its production of "The Jungle Book." The cast was comprised of 69 students in grades third-fifth. Some of the leads were: Mowgli (played by Mayo … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Solley Celebrates Third Annual Women In STEM Day

During Women’s History Month, Solley Elementary invited local women working in the STEM fields to come teach students about their jobs. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Northeast High School Prom 2019

Norhteast High School held its senior prom on Saturday, April 27 at the Westin Hotel in Annapolis.  more

Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Introduces A Special Fishing Derby

On June 8 from 7:30am to 11:30am at Downs Park, the Pasadena Sportfishing Group is collaborating with the Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Club to hold a fishing derby for children with special needs. more

High Point Elementary Opens New Administration Wing

Where the previous entrance was on Duvall Highway, the new entrance is located at 7789 Edgewood Ave. more

Bodkin Elementary Environmental Fair Returns For A 12th Year

The fair was started so Bodkin could meet the requirement for the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Educators (MAEOE) green school certification, which requires an annual celebration that includes the community. more

Northeast Removes Invasive Species From Tick Neck Park

As part of the new environmental science curriculum in Anne Arundel County Public Schools, students learn about invasive species in their area and remove it from the community. more

CHS Sophomore Alyssa Garofalo Earns Ben Carson Scholarship

Alyssa has been interested in the medical field for as long as she can remember. She’s wanted to be an oncologist, an obstetrical nurse and then switched to wanting to be a doctor. more

Infant’s Cancer Journey Inspires Mom’s Second Book

Rhodes posted her daily letters on social media to keep family, friends and neighbors aware of her son’s progress. She said the routine became therapeutic for her. more

Grandfather Passes Love Of Racing To Young Dragster

The Jacobsville Elementary fourth-grader started drag racing last August, but he has done well in his races and is already reaching speeds up to 70mph. more

Solley Elementary Students To Perform “The Jungle Book”

For its first performance, the newly created drama club will take center stage to re-enact the Disney classic “The Jungle Book.” more
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