Steven Forest children have partner at NSA


November 01, 1994|By NATALIE HARVEY

Educational partnerships have proved to be beneficial to students and their corporate partners. This year the National Security Agency (NSA) has teamed up with Steven Forest Elementary School.

It's especially nice since NSA will be represented by third-grade student Neal Willoughby's father, Neal. Students will be provided academic support in mathematics and science.

First-graders at the school will meet their personal representative from Bell Atlantic on Nov. 10.

In cooperation with the county's Office of Emergency Services, the students will learn how and when to use 911 as well as important safety rules.


Where were you in 1974? If you were a student in the fifth grade of Talbott Springs Elementary School, you will want to plan to attend the school's 20th Anniversary Open House, Nov. 29, 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., (Thanksgiving weekend).

Members of the "Class of '74" will be guests of honor.

The Anniversary Committee needs the help of all alumni. It is planning an exhibit of photographs, sports trophies, T-shirts, report cards, school events' memorabilia, party favors, etc. representing every graduation class.

And, contact your former school friends who have moved from the area or to another Columbia village and invite them. Parents of Talbott Springs' 1994 students are invited, too.

Call 410-313-6915 for details.


Eighteen-month-old children and their parents are invited to register for the Bet Yeladim classes held this month.

Full-day and preschool programs are also offered for 2- , 3- and 4-year-olds.

Information and registration: 997-7378 or 730-1045.


Children who will have a third birthday before Dec. 31, are eligible to be registered for the Columbia Association Nursery's Thursday and Friday morning classes.

Program information: 410-715-3165.


Middle school students can enjoy their no-school Election Day with a trip to Owings Mills' Checkered Flag Go-Kart and Miniature Golf Center sponsored by the Columbia Teen Center, Oakland Mills Village Shopping Center. The bus leaves at 8 a.m. and kids should bring a bag lunch. Registration is required, call 992-3726. Cost is $10 for residents and $12 for nonresidents.


School Conference Week is Nov. 14 to Nov. 18.

Parents and guardians should note that schools will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. each day and that after-school care will not be provided.

Both kindergarten classes, morning and afternoon, will be held Monday and Wednesday mornings.

There will be no kindergarten on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. For further information, please call your child's school.


This Friday, is the date of the library lottery for the children's "You And Me Babe." The East Columbia Branch Library, 6600 Cradlerock Way, will have the programs Nov. 18 at 10:30 and 11:00 a.m.

Lottery forms may be obtained at any of the Howard County Libraries. Information: 410-313-7750.


If poinsettias are being sold, the winter holidays must be upon us. These holiday flowers, citrus fruit, baked goods and a variety of arts and crafts will be sold at Hammond High School Art Department's Fourth Annual Fall Fest Fair on Nov. 19, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Craft-people can still rent space, there's a limited number available, if they call 410-313-7615.


Second-grader Meera Cheerham and his parents, natives of India, are responsible for the showcase of their homeland's cultural treasures in the lobby of Stevens Forest Elementary School.

The public is invited to see it during school hours.

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