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By Sandra McKee | September 14, 2012
The Dulaney High School field hockey team evened its season record Friday with a 2-0 victory over Baltimore County rival Towson with goals from Suzy Banister and Maddie Manzoni. The Lions, now 3-3, got its first goal from Banister when she set up at the post in the first half and put the ball past Towson's goalie for a 1-0 lead. Manzoni's goal came early in the second half, as Dulaney worked hard to keep the pressure on Towson's defense. “I was inspired to score,” Banister said.
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By Jon Meoli, jmeoli@tribune.com | March 28, 2014
A Riverview woman with six decades worth of community service, a Towson University administrator who has helped develop the school and its relationship with the community, and a dynamic Dulaney High School senior were honored Thursday at Baltimore County Commission for Women's 32nd Annual awards ceremony. "The three outstanding recipients that we're recognizing tonight have all impacted the Baltimore County community in an incredible way," Amy Reid, co-chairwoman for the Woman of the Year awards for the Baltimore County Commission for Women, said.
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November 14, 2012
Dulaney High School was one of five schools nationwide selected this month to receive a $5,000 Educator for a Day grant from Walden University, in Minnesota. Schools that were selected hosted an Educator for a Day event on Thursday, Nov. 15. For its event, Dulaney invited parents and others from the community into classrooms to shadow, co-teach and provide real-world examples illustrating how the work students are doing relates to real workforce skills. Dulaney High School will use its grant to fund Building Your Future, an all-day sophomore retreat in which teachers, counselors, juniors and seniors, parents and community members will assist 10th-graders in planning for their future.
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2014
With more than 60 percent of Dulaney High's seniors taking tough college-level Advanced Placement classes, their principal has fewer worries about achievement than most administrators. Instead, she worries about students taking too many difficult classes. So as Baltimore County prepares to change high school schedules in the fall to allow students to sign up for one more class a semester, Lynda Whitlock recently decided to enact a policy that ensures students fully consider the consequences before they take more AP classes.
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By Gina Davis and Nick Shields and Gina Davis and Nick Shields,sun reporters | May 12, 2007
A Dulaney High School student was arrested yesterday after the discovery of a bottle containing chemicals prompted an evacuation of the Cockeysville school, county police said. The student, who had not been charged by yesterday evening, was questioned after a teacher found the bottle in a second-floor boys bathroom - the second instance in nine days that a container filled with a suspicious liquid forced students from a Baltimore County school.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | March 26, 1992
Frostburg State athletic director Loyal Park expects to be swamped with applications for the football coaching position that was vacated when Dennis Riccio moved to St. Lawrence (N.Y.) after five years with the Bobcats.The university wants to name a new coach by May 1. In the interim, the Bobcats' program will be under the direction of assistant coach Paul Barnes, who played for Dulaney High in the mid-1970s and then at James Madison. Barnes had much to do with recruiting the talent from central Maryland that allowed Frostburg State to go 26-6 over the past three seasons.
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By LIZ F. KAY .. and LIZ F. KAY ..,SUN REPORTER | October 28, 2005
Kelly Smith's SAT prep course at Dulaney High School was cut short yesterday so her class could go to the auditorium for an assembly. The language she used to express her shock upon learning she'd won $25,000 and a national teaching award would have fit nicely on her students' vocabulary lists. "I started to swoon," she said later. "That's an English-teacher word," said Elaine Berry, a school system curriculum coordinator, who was standing nearby. Local and state officials used the words "passionate" and "energetic" to praise Smith, who serves as the English Department chairwoman at Dulaney High.
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By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,SUN STAFF | March 22, 2005
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland is calling for the Baltimore County school system to back away from punishment imposed against athletes at Dulaney High School for attending a party where dozens of citations for underage drinking were issued. In a letter sent yesterday to Superintendent Joe A. Hairston, the ACLU says the school policy prohibiting athletes from attending parties where underage drinking or drug use takes place, whether they use the substances or not, violates state law. "The question is who gets to be the parent, the parent or the school officials," said David Rocah, the ACLU attorney who signed the letter.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2004
Marine Lance Cpl. David M. Branning, who was raised by pacifist parents in the Baltimore area, was named by the Pentagon yesterday as the 16th Marylander to die in the fighting in Iraq. Branning, 21, who attended Waldorf School and Carver Center for Arts and Technology and graduated in 2001 from Dulaney High School, was killed Friday by enemy action in the fight for the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah, the Pentagon said. The Cockeysville resident was a member of the Hawaii-based 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force.
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By Andy Bridges and Andy Bridges,SUN STAFF | June 5, 2003
One of the physics classes at Dulaney High School has been working all year on theories of gravity, motion, force and acceleration, which has led to this question: How far can they hurl a softball? For the past two weeks, the class has been designing and building their versions of a medieval weapon called the trebuchet (pronounced TREH-buh-SHAY) for an end-of-year competition that is quickly becoming a popular tradition with the students. The trebuchet, a cousin of the catapult, is designed for throwing objects great distances.
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By Liz Bowie and By Liz Bowie | December 5, 2013
Helen Gao is one of only 12 students in the world to earn a perfect score on the Advanced Placement Macro Economics test this past May. The 18-year-old Princeton University freshman graduated from Dulaney High School in Baltimore County last June and says she is considering majoring in economics. The College Board recently notified Dulaney and Gao's parents of her accomplishment.   "She is very humble young lady," said Phil Bressler, who taught her economics at Dulaney. To earn every point on the test, she had to answer 60 multiple choice questions correctly, as well as earn the maximum scores possible in the free-response section of the exam.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2013
We finally live in a world of widespread concussion awareness, and for that 17-year-old Abby Cahalan will give thanks on Thursday. She learned about postconcussion syndrome the hard way - one pounding headache and dizzy spell at a time - and has spent the past four years redefining herself as an athlete and as a determined young woman bent on overcoming a debilitating physical obstacle that could have derailed her athletic dreams. That's why there wasn't a dry eye on the Dulaney High girls cross country team when the senior qualified for this year's Class 4A state championship race, and why there really are times when finishing in the middle of the pack is as good as gold.
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October 28, 2013
Nine Baltimore County schools, including Towson High, Dulaney High, and Loch Raven High, sent marching bands to the county's 26th Annual Marching Band Showcase on Sunday at Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University. The event served as an opportunity for the county's various marching bands to gather at the same place and enjoy each other's routines in a non-competitive environment. While the bands typically perform as a complement to their football teams during halftime, the showcase was an opportunity for the bands to take center stage as the main attraction.
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June 21, 2013
Fifty-two teachers and students at Dulaney High School accepted the challenge initiated by physical education teachers Kellie Fialcowitz and Jessica Szymanski to join them in donating eight inches of hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths. Pantene Beautiful Lengths was the first company and is the largest national movement to create quality, real-hair wigs from donated hair. Wigs are then offered free to women affected by hair loss from cancer. As stated on the Pantene website, "To us, it's hair, but to women with cancer, it's hope.
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June 3, 2013
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May 29, 2013
Thirty students and nine teams received trophies as the top competitors in the systemwide Baltimore County Public Schools Chess Championship held at Cockeysville Middle School on April 27. This year's competition saw a larger number of students than ever compete - more than 170 students from 38 schools took part in the championship. The countywide competition has grown from 110 chess competitors in 2011 to 130 last year to 174 in 2013. On the high school level, the squad from Dulaney High School took first place.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2000
The year Dulaney High School senior Matt Ammlung turned 16, he became the proud owner of his first car -- a black Acura Integra. Ditto for his friend, Taylor Rupp, who got a maroon Honda Accord, and Andy Rudell, owner of a green Honda Passport. For those not in the know, turning 16 and getting your own set of wheels is practically a rite of passage at Dulaney High. And that, say neighbors, is part of the problem. The Timonium school has too many cars and too few parking spaces. Nearly every inch of curb space in the neighborhood is crammed with Cherokees, Acuras and Mercedes Benzes.
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By Carol Sorgen and Carol Sorgen,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 5, 2000
Sue Duling probably never realized that she could get so much joy out of what was once a broken-down pre-Civil War farmhouse. "It's so beautiful and so quiet ... I just can't believe I live here," Duling said. Duling and her husband, David Papke, have spent the past 14 months renovating their property, which sits on five acres in Stewartstown, Pa. Papke began to purchase the property 3 1/2 years ago when it was part of a 119-acre parcel that was being subdivided. The lengthy process was well worth the wait, say the couple.
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msaarbach1@gmail.com | April 25, 2013
Congratulations to the Dulaney High School Math team participants Minwei Cao, Jay Han, Casey Lim, Heetaek Lim and Lisa Ann Tang who were the winners of $1000 for their solution to the Moody's Mega Math Challenge recycling problem: Waste not, Want not: Putting Recyclables in their Place. Their 19-page solution was in the top 43 of 1,054 solutions submitted. In addition, Jay Han was the school winner of the American Mathematics Competition and scored well enough to compete in the second round competition - The American Invitational Mathematics Competition.
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November 14, 2012
Dulaney High School was one of five schools nationwide selected this month to receive a $5,000 Educator for a Day grant from Walden University, in Minnesota. Schools that were selected hosted an Educator for a Day event on Thursday, Nov. 15. For its event, Dulaney invited parents and others from the community into classrooms to shadow, co-teach and provide real-world examples illustrating how the work students are doing relates to real workforce skills. Dulaney High School will use its grant to fund Building Your Future, an all-day sophomore retreat in which teachers, counselors, juniors and seniors, parents and community members will assist 10th-graders in planning for their future.
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