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July 31, 2008

Glascock chosen to lead Md. initiative

Robert Glascock, assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction and technology in Howard County schools, has been chosen to lead the Maryland State Department of Education's Breakthrough Center, a program to help low-performing schools.

The center, developed in partnership with the Education Alliance at Brown University, will support schools and districts earlier, before they need more serious intervention.

Glascock, who was hired as a classroom teacher by the county system in 1976, became a Gifted-and-Talented Program teacher at Glenwood Middle School in 1985.

Later, he was a program supervisor. He was named director of K-12 curricular programs in 2000 and assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction in 2002.

United Way honors Scully, Gleichauf

Mary Ann Scully, president and chief executive officer of Howard Bank, has been presented the 37th Clementine Peterson Award by United Way of Central Maryland.

The award, the highest honor bestowed by the organization, recognizes leadership and volunteer contributions to United Way by a woman.

Scully was chairwoman of Howard County's United Way campaign for two years, and from 2005 to 2008 she led United Way's Howard County Partnership Board.

The Peterson award was endowed in 1971 to recognize women who have worked on a high level to improve communities.

Paul Gleichauf, senior vice president of managed care, planning and marketing at Howard County General Hospital, was honored with the first Bernard Cook Meritorious Leadership Award.

He has led United Way's board and volunteer development committee and is vice chairman of the Howard County Partnership Board. Gleichauf will assume chairmanship of the partnership board in 2010.

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