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Student-Athletes Adopt Pets During Quarantine

Pet adoptions have occurred at a slower pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, but some pets have found loving homes. more

Proms Canceled As High Schools Continue Planning To Celebrate Senior Successes Virtually

High school administrators are busy planning various ways to host virtual versions of Senior Awards Night and similar events to honor soon-to-be graduates. more

“The Sound Of Music” Hits The Right Note At Stage & Screen

“The Sound Of Music” Hits The Right Note At Stage & Screen Photos by Stephanie Mennell Photography Children took on the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, “Getting to Know … more

Going Remote: A Small School Works To Solve A Big Problem

At the onset of the millennium, U.S. Secretary of Education Richard Riley claimed, “We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist, using technologies that haven’t been invented, in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet.” more

St. John’s Performance Of “Frozen Jr.” Gives Audiences The Chills

There was plenty of magic, adventure and humor to go around when St. John the Evangelist treated audiences to a production of “Frozen Jr.” on the weekend of March 1. Princesses Elsa and … more

Online Resources For Students And Parents During Coronavirus Shutdown

From reading and memorizing the times tables to working on a long-shelved art project, students are staying busy. more

School System Adds Nine Locations To Meals Program

Changes in guidance at the state level have provided Anne Arundel County Public Schools with the opportunity to expand the meals program in place during the school shutdown, and AACPS’ Division … more

School System Expands Meals Program

Children who go to any of the 31 school sites from noon to 12:30pm Monday through Friday or the 21 additional mobile meals will receive a nutritious breakfast, lunch and dinner. more

AACPS To Provide Meals During School Shutdown

Curbside pickup of hot meals will be provided to students at 31 school sites from noon to 12:30pm Monday through Friday. more

Simonaire Hosts Student Winners Of “Senator For A Day” Essay Contest

The students’ essays targeted big issues facing Maryland, from assisting veterans to protecting the Chesapeake Bay. more

Buses To Get Stop Sign Cameras

According to the Anne Arundel County Police Department, there were 88 cases where drivers failed to stop in 2019 and 13 cases where drivers failed to remain stopped. more

Just Dance: Chesapeake Students Notch All-State Honors

Two dancers from Chesapeake High School, Paige Gibson and Cailey Solano, earned All-State honors in late January, ranking them among the 26 best in the state. more

Freezin’ For A Reason

Pasadena was well represented during the Cool Schools Plunge at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis on January 23. more

In Pasadena, Italian Exchange Student Finds La Dolce Vita

From the mountains and villas of Varese, Italy, to the hills of Pasadena, Maryland, Chesapeake High School student Sveva Campigotto has come a long way — literally — since fall 2019. more

Riviera Beach Boy Honored During Jump Rope For Heart

Kindergartener Bentley Campbell has had anything but an easy childhood. Now, Riviera Beach Elementary is using his story to spread awareness about heart issues. more

CBMS Student Takes The Eighth-Grade “Crown” In Young Authors Contest

Bella Blickenstaff, a 13-year-old Chesapeake Bay Middle School student with a passion for writing, was recently crowned a winner in the Anne Arundel County Reading Council's Young Authors Contest with her poem, “Fake Crown.” more

Question Of The Month: Bodkin Elementary School

Each month, the Pasadena Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Ms. McQuinn’s class at Bodkin Elementary answered the question: What do you think it means to be in love? more

Local Girl Is Nominated To Be A U.S. Presidential Scholar

Chesapeake High School senior Hannah Klein was nominated for the United States Presidential Scholar Award in Career and Technical education for her leadership in the Future Business Leaders of America. more

Northeast Students Advocate For Special Olympics

Accompanied by teachers Tim Swann and Tim Stedman, Northeast student-athletes Chase Landon and Burke Landon recently went to Capitol Hill to speak to Congressman John Sarbanes and Senator Chris Van … more

Arrr, Lake Shore Elementary To Present “Pirates”

Lake Shore Elementary’s cast of 56 third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students is hard at work preparing for the school’s first “full-out musical,” according to music teacher Elizabeth Heist. more
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