Middle school students receive awards NORTH COUNTY/Linthicum * Ferndale * Brooklyn Park * Pumphrey



Brooklyn Park/Lindale Middle Junior High School recently presented its academic awards to eighth- and ninth-graders, who will be moving to North County High School this fall.

The Women's Club of Linthicum Heights presented academic excellence awards to four students. Ninth-graders Jessica Bilheimer and Jason Gembicki, and eighth-graders Jennifer Braun and Edward Engles won savings bonds.

Outstanding achievement awards in each department were presented to the following students: Christopher Benson and Sabrina Bjork, art department; Jeffrey Care, Kelly Eisenlohr and Jeremy Shrewbridge, English department; Han Nguyen and Thomas Walton, foreign language department; Kristy Barnes and Erika Olson, home economics; Kristy Barnes, Su Min Ham and Michael Wilder, mathematics department; Danielle Dupuis and Tanya Labosky, music department; Kelly Brown and Brian Stewart, physical education department; Kristy Barnes and Kim Gosnell, science department; Daniel Zavorka and Laura Williman, social studies department; Nathan Kelly and Su Min Ham, technology education department.

Recipients of the Presidential Academic Fitness Awards were also recognized.


Belle Grove Elementary School news: Second- and third-grade classes will have their end-of-year picnics today. Sixth-graders will picnic on Friday.

* The PTA Executive Board will meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the school followed by a general PTA meeting at 7 p.m. Discussion will include the Block Parent program, which will be implemented in September. The program designates one parent in each area to keep an eye on the neighborhood children, and to be available if those children need help and their parents are not home.

* Commencement exercises for sixth-grade students will take place on Monday, June 14.


Brooklyn Park Elementary School news: Children who will be entering kindergarten in the fall and their parents are invited to attend a kindergarten orientation from 2 p.m. until 3 p.m. today.

* First-grade students will be visiting Lake Waterford Park in Pasadena on Friday.

* Anyone who received an invitation to the Volunteer Luncheon next Monday should RSVP by Friday.


Park Elementary School news: Fifth-graders will be participating in the "drown-proofing program" at Arlington Echo beginning today and continuing throughout the week. Students will spend about 45 minutes per day learning about water safety.

* A PTO Executive Board meeting will begin at 3 p.m. on Wednesday at the school.

* Students who earned a place on the Honor Roll, achieved perfect attendance or showed extraordinary effort will be treated to a luncheon on Friday at La Fontaine Bleu. Eligible students will receive their permission forms tomorrow.


Brooklyn Park/Lindale Middle Junior High School news: PTA officers have been selected for the 1993-94 school year: Gail Ebersole, president; Sharon Whitmore, vice president; Dominick Morea, treasurer; and Karen Shafer, secretary.


North County High School news: There will be no school for students on Thursday and Friday so that teachers can pack for the move to the new school. Come September, classes will move from their temporary home in the old Andover High building to permanent quarters in what had been Lindale Junior High.

* Final exams will take place from Monday through Wednesday next week. Students will be dismissed at noon on these days.


The Arlington Echo Outdoor Education Center in Millersville will be offering a two-week Learn to Swim program for children ages 3 to 11. The 30-minute lessons will be offered in two sessions: July 19 through July 30, and Aug. 2 through Aug. 13. The cost is $30.

Information: 222-3822.


Harbor Hospital news: The next meeting of the Coronary Club will take place from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Gruehn Building, Room 500. This group is open to all cardiac patients and their families.

A panel discussion will include a physical therapist, cardiologist, nutritionist, respiratory therapist, pharmacist and cardiac rehabilitation nurse. Free blood pressure screenings and hearty healthy refreshments will also be offered.

Information: 347-3513.


American Legion Post 34, 5526 Belle Grove Road, will have a platter party from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. on Sunday. Admission includes platter, beer and set-ups. For tickets or more information, call 789-9682

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