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November 27, 1990
Denise Kwiatkowski, 18, daughter of Bernard and Frances Kwiatkowski of Linthicum, has received a four-year renewable full-tuition Presidential Scholarship from Salisbury State University. The award is based on her academic performance in high school and her score of 1250 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test.A 1990 graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School, Kwiatkowski is a freshman majoring in biology and premedicine at SSU.While at Archbishop Spalding High, she was a member of the National Honor Society, the Student Government and the Student Council.
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December 9, 2007
Annapolis High School, which won the first round of the 2007-2008 Anne Arundel County High School Mathematics Competition at Anne Arundel Community College, repeated its victory in the second round. Annapolis High led the round with 11.33 points, followed by Archbishop Spalding High with 10.67 points and Key School with 10.33 points. Competing in this round at AACC were 124 students from 15 public and private schools along with a team of homeschooled students nicknamed the Independents.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 30, 2004
Stephen and Paula Morgan, of Pasadena, Maryland, are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Courtney Rene', to Nicholas David Mc Avoy, sonof Kenneth and Joyce Mc Avoy, also of Pasadena. Courtney is a graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School and Salisbury University. She received a Master's in Business in 2003 from Loyola College and is employed as an Accountant with Sunbelt Beverage Company. Nicholas is a graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School and a 2001 graduate of the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor's in Accounting.
NEWS
November 4, 2007
Anne Arundel County Public Schools will hold six information sessions, starting this week, for families interested in the International Baccalaureate Program. Parents and students can learn about the application process and meet students, parents and staff involved in the program. Current fifth-grade students may apply for the Middle Years Program. Current eighth-grade students may apply for a seat in the Extended Learning/IB Diploma Program for 2008-09. Middle Years sessions will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Annapolis Middle School; Wednesday at MacArthur Middle School and Thursday at Old Mill North Middle School.
NEWS
December 10, 1993
A Baltimore man was charged with theft after police said they searched his home and found building supplies that had been stolen from a Harmans company.Detectives said they searched a house in the 5000 block of Kramme Ave. and another in the 400 block of Longwood Ave. in Glen Burnie Wednesday and found 15 doors and other building materials valued at $3,500.They arrested Frank E. Knight, 29, of the Kramme Avenue address.Car rear-ends bus on Defense HighwayCounty police charged a 16-year-old Gambrills girl with failing to stop for a school bus after the car she was driving rear-ended a bus that had stopped to pick up a child Wednesday morning.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | December 13, 1993
The teaching of values, the conviction to follow through on dreams and visions and a firm belief in God are what made Archbishop Spalding High School worthy of national recognition this year, Bishop William C. Newman, of the Baltimore Archdiocese, said Friday.At the assembly in the auditorium, the school received its official banner from the U.S. Department of Education, which honored the school this summer by naming it a Blue Ribbon school -- the first Anne Arundel County school, public or private, to receive the honor.
NEWS
November 25, 1991
The Northeast High School chapter of National Honor Society will sponsor one of its largest induction ceremonies at 8:35 a.m. Nov. 26 at the school auditorium.Twenty-four our of 41 applicants were accepted, and the new members will be welcomed into the National Honor Society at the ceremony. After the ceremony, parents, faculty, and members of the Honor Society, new and old, will be invited to a small reception in the media center at 9:30 a.m.OPEN HOUSE AT AACCThere will be an open house focusing on architecture, interior design, communications, art and technology at Anne Arundel Community College 7:30 to 9 p.m. Nov. 26.The open house for prospective students will take place in the faculty dining room of the Student Services Center.
NEWS
April 17, 1991
The Arthur Slade Regional Catholic School National Honor Society recently had a spring induction ceremony. Lifetime memberships went to Angela Foard, Marie Foty, Cynthia Kopkowski, Michael Massarinia, GrantPiromreun and Sarah Tucker.Inductees were selected on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, service and leadership. They join more than 100 students selected for membership in Arthur Slade's Esprit Chapter since 1981.* Composer, musician and storyteller Chris Patton will perform "The Tale of the Princess Namino and the Weather Dragon" April 17 for the student body, using his digital orchestra and featuring a video-harp.
NEWS
September 8, 1994
Coldwell Banker adds associatesThe Severna Park office of Coldwell Banker Realty has announced the addition of the following new associates:Nathy Bayuk, Joan Farnum, Alex Farnum, Donna Stout, Suzanna Augustine, Herb Tinley, Barry Allan, Pete Anderson, Sally Haines, Sherry Johns and Darlene Reiner.AACC board elects Hall as chairmanThe Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees has elected Walter J. Hall of Pasadena to a 1-year term as its chairman.Gene E. Floyd of Severna Park will serve a second consecutive year as vice chairman for the 1994-'95 term.
NEWS
April 22, 1992
The Archbishop Spalding High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted new members at a March 6 ceremony.The seniors inducted are Keith Carrington, Lawrence Edell, Christine Gregorio, ThomasReilly, Andrea Siemek, Elizabeth Teawell and Jessica Teawell.The juniors are Nathaniel Chaudoin, Fabian Dilaimy, Timothy Kane,Kelly Mabe, Alice Matos, David Rand and Scott Robuck.The sophomores are Christopher Conlon, Marie Daniels, Erin Kilby, Michael Meyd, Kathleen O'Brien, Melanie Porpiglia, Marie Swartwood, Caryn Van Dask,Dabney Waller, Caroline Warfield and Karina Wzientek.
NEWS
September 16, 2007
Eleven students from six Anne Arundel County public high schools have been selected as semifinalists in the 2008 National Merit Scholarship competition, nearly double the number who achieved the distinction a year ago. Five more come from the county's five private high schools: four from Archbishop Spalding High in Severn and one from Key School in Annapolis. Anne Arundel County public schools had six National Merit Scholarship semifinalists last year. This year, Severna Park High School alone has four.
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By ANICA BUTLER | April 23, 2006
St. John's College has begun a major fundraising campaign. Through "The Campaign for St. John's," the school is seeking to increase its endowment of about $97 million by 50 percent, meet a growing demand for student financial aid and raise faculty salaries. The campaign was announced during a ceremony last week. Information: www.sjca.edu. Scholarships to be awarded to 28 public school seniors Twenty-eight graduating seniors from Anne Arundel County public schools will be awarded more than $95,000 tomorrow from Scholarships for Scholars Inc. The awards ceremony will be from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., with a reception from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the auditorium of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase St., Annapolis.
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By ANICA BUTLER | January 22, 2006
Third-grader wins poster contest Kara Leigh Brady, a third-grader at Fort Smallwood Elementary School in Pasadena, has been named the winner of the Read & Hit a Home Run poster contest. Kara's poster was chosen from among more than 4,500 entries in Anne Arundel County. Her poster will be distributed to Anne Arundel and Howard County schools participating in the Read & Hit a Home Run program. The program encourages children to read four books, and teachers track the pupils' progress on the poster.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 30, 2004
Stephen and Paula Morgan, of Pasadena, Maryland, are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Courtney Rene', to Nicholas David Mc Avoy, sonof Kenneth and Joyce Mc Avoy, also of Pasadena. Courtney is a graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School and Salisbury University. She received a Master's in Business in 2003 from Loyola College and is employed as an Accountant with Sunbelt Beverage Company. Nicholas is a graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School and a 2001 graduate of the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor's in Accounting.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1997
When the Sons of the Severn get together, harmony is all they need. But this weekend they're asking for canned goods, toiletries and baby items as well.The 50-man group dedicated to preserving the four-part barbershop sound is collecting nonperishable food items, toiletries and money for the North County Emergency Outreach Network as admission to a benefit concert Saturday."I think we owe something to people who are in need," said Orville P. Henschel, whose idea it was to organize the first benefit concert six years ago. "I think we owe something to the public."
NEWS
March 9, 1997
Transportation systems stretched thinI would like to echo Brian Sullam's excellent comments on traffic congestion in the suburbs in his Jan. 26 column, "You can't build your way out of traffic congestion."As the state agency responsible for developing facilities to meet the burgeoning transportation needs of Marylanders, the Maryland Department of Transportation takes congestion seriously. In addition to motorist frustration, congestion has real economic and environmental costs for the state.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1997
When the Sons of the Severn get together, harmony is all they need. But this weekend they're asking for canned goods, toiletries and baby items as well.The 50-man group dedicated to preserving the four-part barbershop sound is collecting nonperishable food items, toiletries and money for the North County Emergency Outreach Network as admission to a benefit concert Saturday."I think we owe something to people who are in need," said Orville P. Henschel, whose idea it was to organize the first benefit concert six years ago. "I think we owe something to the public."
NEWS
November 18, 1992
Spalding High Class of 1995 has food driveThe Archbishop Spalding High School Class of 1995 recently conducted a food drive that netted a van full of food, toiletries and clothing for its adopted charity, Sarah's House shelter at Fort Meade.The class project involved coordinating pick-up sites and delivering the goods to the shelter.Student coordinators for the drive were Jen Andylof, Stacey Seitz, Erika Shephard, Nicole Stodard, Cara Tracey, Nicole Trumpler, Michele Wozar and Dennise Yingling.
NEWS
September 8, 1994
Coldwell Banker adds associatesThe Severna Park office of Coldwell Banker Realty has announced the addition of the following new associates:Nathy Bayuk, Joan Farnum, Alex Farnum, Donna Stout, Suzanna Augustine, Herb Tinley, Barry Allan, Pete Anderson, Sally Haines, Sherry Johns and Darlene Reiner.AACC board elects Hall as chairmanThe Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees has elected Walter J. Hall of Pasadena to a 1-year term as its chairman.Gene E. Floyd of Severna Park will serve a second consecutive year as vice chairman for the 1994-'95 term.
NEWS
By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | December 13, 1993
The teaching of values, the conviction to follow through on dreams and visions and a firm belief in God are what made Archbishop Spalding High School worthy of national recognition this year, Bishop William C. Newman, of the Baltimore Archdiocese, said Friday.At the assembly in the auditorium, the school received its official banner from the U.S. Department of Education, which honored the school this summer by naming it a Blue Ribbon school -- the first Anne Arundel County school, public or private, to receive the honor.
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