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The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
Anne Arundel County Public School officials said on Thursday the county Department of Health has not recommended additional cleaning steps to be taken amid the Tuesday death of a Glen Burnie High School junior, who had become ill the day before with symptoms associated with bacterial meningitis. School officials on Wednesday said that a letter was sent home to students' parents outlining the girl's death and providing information about bacterial meningitis. "The county Department of Health has not recommended any additional cleaning procedures for us outside of our normal daily cleaning procedures," said Anne Arundel schools spokesman Bob Mosier.
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HEALTH
The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
Anne Arundel County Public School officials said on Thursday the county Department of Health has not recommended additional cleaning steps to be taken amid the Tuesday death of a Glen Burnie High School junior, who had become ill the day before with symptoms associated with bacterial meningitis. School officials on Wednesday said that a letter was sent home to students' parents outlining the girl's death and providing information about bacterial meningitis. "The county Department of Health has not recommended any additional cleaning procedures for us outside of our normal daily cleaning procedures," said Anne Arundel schools spokesman Bob Mosier.
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NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | October 1, 2009
Katherine P. Solano, a violinist and Anne Arundel County public schools music instructor who was the founder of the Londontowne Symphony Orchestra, died of cancer Sept. 23 at her Severna Park home. She was 56. Katherine Page was born into a musical family. Her father, Kenneth William Page, was the first conductor of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. She was born in Baltimore and raised in Annapolis and Severna Park. As a high school student, she played with the Annapolis Symphony under the direction of her father and, later, Leon Fleischer.
NEWS
September 9, 1993
A group of physically and developmentally challenged children from Anne Arundel County and the Chestertown area will spend the day fishing tomorrow at Remington Farms in Chestertown.Approximately 40 children, ages 12 to 15, will get an introduction to the sport of fishing by volunteers from Anne Arundel County Public Schools and the Bureau of Land Management of the U.S. Department of the Interior.The event, scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., is being sponsored by Shimano American Corp.
NEWS
September 18, 2005
THE QUESTION: What Anne Arundel County public schools have the highest enrollment? According to the school system's Web site, Old Mill Senior High School had the biggest enrollment for the 2004-05 school year, with 2,603 students. The smallest high school was Southern High, with 1,232 students. Among middle schools, Chesapeake Bay Middle School had the highest population, with 1,804 students. Annapolis Middle was the smallest with 538. Among elementary schools, Crofton Elementary was the biggest with 737 students.
NEWS
August 28, 1994
Schools superintendent to receive Scout awardAnne Arundel County public schools Superintendent Carol S. Parham will be honored with a "Good Scout" Award at a breakfast Sept. 9 at the Holiday Inn on Riva Road in Annapolis.The award, from the Capitol District Boy Scouts of America, honors community leaders who exemplify in their daily lives the ideals of the Boy Scouts.The Scouts cited Dr. Parham's role as an elder with Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church and her work for the National Stroke Association of Maryland and the Howard County Sexual Assault Center.
NEWS
July 4, 2002
Mary Jane Macaulay, a retired Anne Arundel County public schools educator, died of cancer Friday at the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville. She was 75. Born Mary Jane Shepard in Baltimore and raised in Mount Washington, she was a graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School. She attended St. Mary's Female Seminary and earned a bachelor's degree in education from University of Maryland, College Park. Mrs. Macaulay, formerly of Annapolis, was a special education teacher in Anne Arundel County public schools for 25 years.
NEWS
June 11, 2006
Taxpayers funding Baptist Convention Bill of Rights author James Madison is again turning over in his grave. The Maryland attorney general has sided with his son-in-law in extending the unconstitutional Faith-Based Initiatives of the president in Baltimore. State taxpayers will fund a huge National Baptist Convention to debate separation of church and state issues. What a blessing it would be if the taxpayer gift was litigated before the Maryland Court of Appeals and U.S. Supreme Court.
FEATURES
January 6, 1999
Anne Arundel County public schools suggest this reading list for third-graders. Resolve to check them out in 1999.``A Chair for My Mother,''by Vera B. Williams``The Day of Ahmed's Secret,''by Florence Parry Heide``Emily,'' by Michael Bedard``Evan's Corner,''by Elizabeth Starr Hill``George and Martha,''by James Marshall``Koko's Story,''by Francine Patterson``Love You Forever,''by Robert N. Munsch``The Mud Pony,''by Caron Lee Cohen``Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters:...
NEWS
December 15, 2002
Brooklyn Park principal named education leader Brenda Hurbanis, principal of Brooklyn Park Middle School, has been named the distinguished education leader for Anne Arundel County Public Schools for this year. The middle-school staff nominated Hurbanis for the award, which is sponsored by the Washington Post. "Hurbanis epitomizes the words `instructional visionary.' The commitment to the mission, vision and values of the school is always evident in her action and words," said her staff in the nomination.
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