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June 11, 2008
Students at Deep Run Elementary School in Elkridge collected books, digital video discs and stuffed animals to give to patients in the Howard County General Hospital pediatric ward. Second-graders collected money and gathered the books and DVDs, while members of the school's Student Council collected stuffed animals.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
CHICAGO - Sometimes when you're in the middle of the baseball season, it takes a day off to take a step back and really look at what's going on. The Orioles will open their three-game interleague series against the Cubs at Wrigley Field Friday leading the American League East by nine games over the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays. They are a season-high 21 games over .500 and have the best record in baseball since June 30, going 30-13 in that span. Now take a step back to June 29, when the Orioles had just dropped three of four to the Tampa Bay Rays following a 12-7 loss at Camden Yards.
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By Sally Voris and Sally Voris,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 30, 1998
WHAT DO fighter planes, the Civil War and chocolate have in common? A history.Heidi Chapman, Gifted and Talented teacher at Deep Run Elementary School, reasoned that everything has a history.So, as a vehicle for learning about history, Chapman and 145 Deep Run students presented a Living History Fair for the school last Wednesday -- Maryland Day.Teams of two or three students, from kindergarten to fifth grade, chose and researched topics and prepared displays.The students wrote letters to community groups, asking them to participate.
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By Will FespermanThe Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2014
Anne Arundel County officials say a section of Race Road in Hanover will be closed for eight to 12 weeks for emergency repair, beginning Thursday morning at 10 a.m.. The county's Department of Public works will close the road between Hanover Road and Park Circle Drive, according to a press release. The area is near the Baltimore Washington Parkway and Route 100 near the Howard/Anne Arundel county line. The repair work is needed to stabilize a slope along Race Road that has been weakened by erosion from the nearby Deep Run stream and recent heavy storms, officials said.
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By HANAH CHO | October 2, 2005
Having taught for more than a decade, Frances Donaldson has gained perspective on what makes a good - or bad - principal. For 21 years, Donaldson has been using that knowledge to lead schools in Howard County, most recently as principal at Deep Run Elementary School in Elkridge. "I worked for very good people and not so good people, and I thought becoming an administrator is the most positive and powerful way to make a significant difference so I decided that's what I wanted to do," she said.
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By Jean Leslie and Jean Leslie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 8, 1996
TUESDAY NIGHT, Deep Run Elementary School was brimful of children and their parents playing and learning together at the Run Fitness Fair.Gifted and Talented Resource teacher Heidi Chapman and her students pulled off the event with the support of the faculty's Health Committee. The fair was planned by Ms. Chapman's fifth-grade class and staffed by more than 100 Deep Run students.Activities ranged from learning about jumping rope and bicycle safety to preparing for wilderness camping and taking a glucose screening.
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By Laura Dreibelbis and By Laura Dreibelbis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 10, 2000
Friendly, helpful, funny - the kids love him. That's the popular assessment of Deep Run Elementary School's assistant principal, Steve Meconi, recently named Assistant Principal of the Year by the Maryland Association for Elementary School Principals. An educator for 27 years, Meconi is known as an open, easy-going administrator whose encouraging manner has won fans among students, teachers and parents, many of whom wrote letters in support of his nomination for the statewide award. "His demeanor is fantastic - he's always smiling," says Deep Run PTA President Christine Pick.
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By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | June 27, 1999
What does an elementary school do with a couple of thousand dollars of leftover grant money?At Deep Run Elementary School, the answer is: create a summer reading institute to help beginning readers build skills."
NEWS
June 8, 1994
FIRE* Deep Run: Manchester and Pleasant Hill of York County, Pa., responded for a child locked in a car in the 4100 block of Rinehart Road at 11:23 a.m. Tuesday. Units were out for 48 minutes.
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1999
At Deep Run Elementary School, the room where pupils eat their lunches and fidget through assemblies is affectionately called the "cafetorium," a term that accurately describes the dual use of space common in many primary school buildings.But as the Elkridge school's population has grown over the years, Deep Run staff members have had to become even more creative with the building's space, putting virtually every nook and cranny to good use.An 11-by-12-foot conference room has become a classroom for children who are learning to speak English and for others who need help with reading.
SPORTS
By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
Sherrod Hawkes is one of 11 Patterson players who regularly plays both offense and defense, setting the tone with his relentless, physical play. In Friday's night's key early-season matchup at Poly, Hawkes made several hard tackles behind the line of scrimmage and helped spark the Clippers' offense with explosive runs out of the backfield. Hawkes had two touchdowns and the Clippers forced three turnovers in a dominant 35-0 victory in the second annual Roger Wrenn Football Classic, which honors the former Poly coach.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2012
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - It's April, so it is time for Duke's men's lacrosse team to start its annual march toward the NCAA championship. The Blue Devils, behind stellar defense and three goals effort from sophomore attackman Josh Dionne, won their ninth straight game Friday, beating Maryland 6-5 in the ACC semifinalsat Klockner Stadium. The fourth-seeded Terps (7-3) had two good scoring opportunities in the last 13 seconds, but Duke goalie Dan Wigrizer saved both as time expired.
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By Louise Vest | February 25, 2012
100 Years Ago Gowns and frowns In the "In Vogue" column of the Times : "Skirts, especially on lingerie dresses are showing more fullness. Double veilings are being used to give lovely iridescent effects. Velour hats are proving strong favorites. The vogue for black and white alliances shows but little abatement. The jumper design has been furiously revived for dressy shirtwaists. Collarettes of black or white tulle are used to wear with afternoon gowns.
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By Edward Lee | January 13, 2012
Since the Ravens drafted Terrell Suggs in the first round in 2003, the organization has qualified for the postseason in five seasons prior to the current campaign. But unlike the squads in those years, the outside linebacker thinks this current team has the weapons on offense to cut a deep swath in the playoffs. “You look around, and there are just so many special people in so many special places,” Suggs said Wednesday. “And what's really unusual, for us, is that we have a lot of those special guys on offense. We had [running back]
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2011
From talk radio to Internet message boards, all the talk has been how Lee Evans is the deep threat that the Ravens desperately needed. But Evans wants something in return - a chance to play deep into January. A member of the hapless Bills for seven seasons, Evans has endured six starting quarterbacks, five offensive coordinators and no playoff appearances. It's tough to think about the postseason when your head coach is getting canned like he was another order of wings and your quarterback is either an aging Drew Bledsoe or a busted project like J.P. Losman.
NEWS
June 11, 2008
Students at Deep Run Elementary School in Elkridge collected books, digital video discs and stuffed animals to give to patients in the Howard County General Hospital pediatric ward. Second-graders collected money and gathered the books and DVDs, while members of the school's Student Council collected stuffed animals.
NEWS
February 17, 2002
Area literacy groups invited to apply for grants BALTIMORE - First Book, a national nonprofit group that provides new books to low-income families, is seeking grant applications from literacy groups in Baltimore and Baltimore County interested in distributing books throughout their communities. Applicants must be tutoring, mentoring or family literacy group programs that work with low-income children in those jurisdictions. Applications are available by contacting Baltimore First Book at ndt5spring@aol.
NEWS
By John-John Williams IV and Melissa Harris and John-John Williams IV and Melissa Harris,SUN REPORTERS | October 9, 2007
Howard County police have increased uniform and undercover patrols near two Elkridge schools after two 11-year-old boys were shot with a pellet gun at the bus stop on separate days last week. "We're actively searching the area," said Howard police Lt. Timothy Black. "We've received numerous reports of sightings in the woods, and we've searched to no avail." The shootings took place about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday near Joetta Drive and Deep Run Parkway, according to police. The victims suffered minor injuries, according to Black.
NEWS
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,special to the sun] | November 15, 2006
Clay Griffiths, a fifth-grader at Guilford Elementary School, could see that his friend, Malik Davis, was enjoying himself. So, he asked school counselor Leslie Farmer if he could be part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, too. "It looked like they had lots of fun," Clay said. "I wanted to have lots of fun." Farmer told Clay not to get his hopes up. Malik had been with his mentor, Dennis W. Miller, for three years, but finding male volunteers to pair with pupils can be difficult, she said.
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