Education Notes


April 09, 2006|By ANICA BUTLER

Scholarship open to women over 35 in child-related studies

Applications for the annual Hattie Boyer Scholarship, given by the Friends of Hattie Boyer, are being accepted until May 15.

Established as a memorial to honor Boyer, a lifelong resident of Anne Arundel County, the $1,000 scholarship is available to women age 35 and older who are county residents and need financial assistance for education or training in a field related to children. The scholarship can be used for tuition, books, transportation costs or child care. The Friends of Hattie Boyer will select the recipient and award the scholarship at a June reception.

Information and applications: Barbara Gleason, 410-685-1460, ext. 403 or Brochures are also available around the county.

AACC's school of continuing education hires new director

The School of Continuing and Professional Studies at Anne Arundel Community College has hired Janet M. Paulovich of Annapolis as director of the English language learning and adult education department.

Paulovich has more than 20 years of experience, including 11 years as a career counselor, instructor and program manager. She has also worked in training and management positions for the Fleet and Family Support Center of the U.S. Navy while stationed in California, Hawaii and Virginia. Most recently, she was assistant director for student employment at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.

A trained linguist, Paulovich earned a bachelor of arts degree in French at Longwood College in Virginia and master of arts degree in management at Webster University in California.

AACC offers registration for summer classes at Meade Middle

Registration for AACC summer-term classes at Meade Middle School is going on now, with class sessions beginning May 22, June 19 and July 5. Six- and eight-week courses will be offered in communication, history, philosophy and Spanish.

Current and returning students can register at or by using the STARS touch-tone phone system at 410-777-2241 from 5 a.m. to midnight. New students or those without Internet access can sign up by mail or in person at various locations.

Information: 410-672-3554, 410-777-2222 or

Severn School team advances to Fed Challenge national finals

The Severn School in Severna Park won the Fifth District championship round of the 2006 Fed Challenge Competition held last week at the Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond, Va.

The winning team consisted of Mia Hencinski, Chris Hoehn-Saric, Chris Hughes, Jonathan Moen and Sean Quinn, and was coached by John Bodley.

The team advances to the national finals, which will be held in Washington from April 30 to May 1. District winners will compete before a panel of judges that traditionally has included bank presidents, members of the board of governors and other federal reserve officials. It is customary for the Federal Reserve chairman to make an appearance.

The Federal Reserve sponsors Fed Challenge to encourage better understanding of the nation's central bank and the forces influencing economic conditions in the United States and abroad.

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