Carroll County Education


October 12, 1992

Continuing education fair set at Westminster High

The annual Continuing Education Fair sponsored by the Carroll County public schools will be held Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Westminster High School.

Representatives from 135 two- and four-year colleges; trade, technical and nursing schools; and the armed forces will be available to speak with students and adults.

Robert Koermer, coordinator of records, registration and financial aid at Carroll Community College, will present information and answer questions on financial aid at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

Last year's fair drew more than 1,000 people.

Arrangements for the Continuing Education Fair are being handled by guidance counselors from the five county high schools, the Carroll County Career and Technology Center, and Carroll Community College.

For additional information, call Cynthia Little, supervisor of guidance, at 848-8280, or Cathy Myers, the fair's chairwoman, at 848-5050.

State educational group honors Carroll officials

Members of the Carroll County public schools staff were presented with certificates for their commitment to public education at the annual meeting of the Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE) in September in Annapolis.

Carolyn Scott, vice chairwoman of the county board, is chairwoman of the association.

Honored were:

* James Doolan, supervisor of transportation.

* Harry Fogle, supervisor of special education.

* William Hyde, assistant superintendent of administration.

* Cynthia Little, supervisor of guidance.

* Kathleen Sanner, assistant in facilities.

* Vernon Smith, director of school support services.

North Carroll graduate in 'Who's Who' volume

Carla Long Sloan has been included in the current edition of "Who's Who in American Education 1992-1993" for her contributions in the field. The 1977 North Carroll High School graduate is the daughter of Carl L. and Linda L. Long of Carroll County.

She also was listed in the 1991-1992 edition of "Who's Who in the South and Southwest."

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