Daily schedules will be different this week at Stevens Forest


November 16, 1993|By NATALIE HARVEY

Attention parents of Stevens Forest Elementary School students: please note the revised schedule for elementary class dismissal this week because of teacher conferences.

There will not be adult supervision for students after 1:30 p.m. and students must leave the school grounds, so parents must make arrangements for them to be picked up promptly at 1:30 p.m. every school day this week.

Today, morning kindergarten will have regular hours and afternoon classes are canceled. Tomorrow, morning kindergarten classes are canceled and afternoon sessions will be held in the morning. There will be no kindergarten classes on Thursday and Friday.


Andy Rosado, a student at Western New England College in Springfield, Mass., has been awarded the Dalfort Aviation Scholarship, which is presented to an outstanding freshman each year.

Andy, a mechanical engineering major, used his mechanical skills this past summer while working as a member of the Appalachian Service Project sponsored by St. John's Presbyterian-Methodist and St. John's Catholic churches.

His parents, Kim and Jack are very proud of their Oakland Mills High School graduate.


Dorothea Chandler has announced that her company, Chandler Designs Ltd., at 9017 Mendenhall Court, is holding an open house this Sunday, from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the company's opening.

The public is invited to watch demonstrations of marbling paper, printing and bookbinding by Judith Kornett and Dedree Drees, Catonsville Community College faculty members.

Ms. Chandler will introduce her newest product, "The Green Framer," art frames which use environmentally safe raw materials. Local artists' work also will be on exhibit. Information: 410-290-6808.


On Saturday you can take a step back in time for an evening of medieval food and entertainment at the Madrigal Feast at Hammond High School.

The Hammond choral department invites the public to enjoy an authentic medieval meal and be entertained by juggling, puppet shows, jesters, dancing, the king's court and madrigal singing.

All the performers will wear 14th century costumes and so can the audience. "The audience is not only encouraged to come in medieval costume but to participate as well," said Tina Wiles, a parent volunteer.

The fun begins at 6:30 p.m., and the cost is $12.50 per person or $40 for a group of four. Call 313-7115 or 381-4370 after 6 p.m. for information and tickets.


Audrey Powers, a senior at Mount de Sales Academy, competed in the first part of the 15th Annual High School Mathematics Competition last month at the University of Maryland, College Park.

The competition was open to high school students in Maryland and Washington. Audrey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Powers, Owen Brown village.


Stevens Forest Elementary School's "Citizens of the Month" were recognized at the school assembly last week.

Teams, teachers and students are: Cherry Team teachers Michelle Kupiec and Estalle Wallace selected Ryan Bender, Lisa Rosinsky and Roger Nayden; Tulip Team teachers Grace Derenberger, Judy Gottsagen and Cara Cassell named

Sara Smith, Amanda Theim and Jamie Buonato; Oak Team teachers Barbara Gregory and Lisa Hamby selected Michael Bare and Kelli Parris.

Dogwood Team teachers Ruth Barth, Peggy Higgs, Ilene Levin and Sarita Payne designated Andrew LoPresto, Kenny Beyerle, Gabriel Amponsah and Raphael LaRocca; Sassafras Team teachers Mary Ann Nolting, Nancy Mosedale and Ural Hogans selected Sam Renner, Carleen Sanders and T.J. Gleason.


Pumpkins, donated to Stevens Forest Elementary School by the Nathan family, became the students' favorite book characters through their creative decorating.

Scariest was the spider from "Charlotte's Web" by Ms. Gregory's third-grade class. Most Creative was Humpty Dumpty, by Ms. Derenberger's second grade.

Most Unusual was the Big Bad Wolf, by Ms. Barth's fourth grade and the Mad Hatter by Mr. Hogan's fifth-grade students.

The Most Elaborate was "Odie", by Ms. Levin's fourth-grade class. Cutest was the "Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Ms. Gottsagen's second grade and "Clifford" by Ms. Payne's fourth-grade students. Most Original was "The Wicked Witch" by Ms. Nolting's fifth grade.

Happiest was the "Cat In The Hat" by Ms. Hamby's third-grade class. Most Similar to Character was "Ralph S. Mouse" by Ms. Higgs' fourth-grade students and "Aladdin" by Ms. Mosedale's fourth-grade class.

Most Cuddly was the "Berenstain Bear" by Ms. Cassell's second grade.


Temple Isaiah, of the Oakland Mills Meeting House, will present two Hanukkah workshops Sunday.

Rabbi Mark Panoff will discuss "The December Dilemma: A Guide for Interfaith Families". Anne Berman-Waldorf will lead a workshop on "Dare To Be Different -- Freedom To Be Jewish".

Both workshops will be held at Harper's Choice Middle School from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

The workshops are free and open to the community. Information and registration: 410-730-8277 or 301-596-0820.

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