Glenelg meeting will address redistricting, school's future

Neighbors

March 14, 1996|By Sally Buckler | Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

WHAT WILL Glenelg High School be like next year and beyond? That is a question many of our neighbors ask as they look at redistricting issues and school populations.

On Monday, at Glenelg, the Parent Teacher Student Association will sponsor a meeting for parents and students that will focus on what they wish Glenelg High School to be in the future.

Redistricting is an opportunity for our community to take a good look at Glenelg, where it is, and where the school community wants it to go. The PTSA's Forum is a place where all who wish may speak up about curricula, activities, sports and more. The lively meeting begins at the school at 7 p.m. Call 313-5528.

Parent education class

A wise man once said that by the time we finishing raising our children, we'll know what we're doing. Now along comes Glenwood Middle School's PTSA is offering "Parenting 101, Successful Strategies for Parenting" April 2.

From 7 p.m. to 9: 30 p.m., you can attend workshops about conflict resolution with teen-agers, keeping kids away from drugs and alcohol and talking about sexuality. A panel discussion will deal with community connections.

All meetings focus on understanding and working with teens, while keeping them safe.

For more information, contact Mark Fortin at 489-4341 or Terry Chaconas at (301) 854-6152.

River Hill High

"Watch out! River Hill is here and we're on the move."

With those words, River Hill High School Principal Scott Pfeifer set the tone for orientation meetings at the new school, which will serve parts of western Howard.

Enthusiastic about his new post, he and Assistant Principal Barry Odell are eager to have students involved in building the programs there. They deliver "New Student Newsletters" and encourage youngsters to ask questions and make suggestions for the new school.

At 7: 30 p.m. today, they will meet with the young people who will attend River Hill High School to talk about athletics, help select a school mascot, discuss extracurricular activities and other topics. Parents also are welcome at the meeting.

Call 313-7120.

'Anything Goes'

It was 1934 when the musical "Anything Goes" started its run of more than 400 performances in New York.

With music and lyrics by Cole Porter and songs like "The Gypsy in Me," "I Get a Kick Out of You," "You're the Top," "Blow, Gabriel, Blow," "All Through the Night" and the title song, this musical is a considered a classic.

You can see it presented by the drama department of Glenelg Country School at 7: 30 p.m. March 28-30 at Slayton House in the Village of Wilde Lake.

Jef Kaufhold, who directs the production, is assisted by Rayna Woodford, the musical director, and Debra DeVoe, the choreographer.

Twenty-five students and faculty member Walter Mattson form the company. Tickets, at $7, for this delightful musical go on sale Monday.

Call 531-5775 to order.

Gifted and talented band

This year's Howard County Middle School Gifted and Talented Symphonic Band starts doubling its rehearsal schedule next week to prepare for a March 29 concert.

Students auditioned to play in the ensemble. Four Clarksville Middle School musicians are members of the band. They are trumpeter Christina Bonebreak, flutist Shannon Curtin, clarinetist Alex Mekelburg and alto saxophonist Blake Narr.

Mount View Middle School has five players. They are clarinetist Bethany Byron, trumpeter Jonathan Cox, bass clarinetist Jody Feaga, trombonist Jim Garratt and clarinetist Gina Gouker.

Bushy Park 'Reflections'

Forty Bushy Park Elementary School students participated in the PTA cultural arts Reflections program in literature, visual arts and photography.

Of the 20 students chosen to represent the school at the county-level Reflections program, six had entries that represented Howard County at the state level.

In the county competition, they finished this way:

Jon Selfridge, first place in visual arts, primary level; Alexandra Neiman, honorable

mention, visual arts, intermediate level; Danny McMahon, first place, literature, primary level; Matt Kepp, third place, literature, primary level; Jennefer Andrews, second place, literature, intermediate level; and Ashley Albrecht, honorable mention, photography, intermediate level.

Craft show

Crafters can sign up to rent tables for the March 30 Craft Show sponsored by the women's auxiliary of the 5th District Volunteer Fire Department in Clarksville.

The show at the fire station at Route 32 and Route 108 is a big one. It runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and table space costs $15.

Lunch and homemade baked goods will be on sale along with the crafts.

Call 531-3984 or 531-3310 for a table reservation.

Oyster, ham supper

It may rain Saturday, but that won't keep local folks from a trip to the Lisbon United Methodist Church's semiannual Oyster and Ham Supper.

From 1: 30 p.m. to 6: 30 p.m. you can feast on oysters, cole slaw, potato salad, Jell-O salads, ham, green beans, corn, rolls, relishes, iced tea and coffee.

This family-style meal, also available as carryout, costs $9 for adults and $4 for children 6 to 12.

The church is on Route 144 between Routes 94 and 97 in Lisbon, next to Lisbon Elementary School.

Call 489-7245.

Pub Date: 3/14/96

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