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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1994
A man who has been deeply involved in revising and honing Carroll County school curriculum will become assistant superintendent for instruction.At the recommendation of Superintendent Brian Lockard, the school board yesterday promoted Dr. Gary E. Dunkleberger, who has worked in administration in the system for more than half his 25-year career."
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October 9, 2003
Student accused of scrawling threat on bathroom stall A North Carroll High School sophomore was arrested yesterday and charged with vandalism and disrupting the school day. He is accused of scrawling a threatening message on the wall of a bathroom stall, school officials said. Larry Faries, security coordinator for Carroll County public schools, said the boy was identified yesterday morning after authorities interviewed students, examined handwriting samples and watched tapes from school security cameras that captured images of students going into and leaving the boy's bathroom where the written threat was found Tuesday.
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By From Staff Reports | November 8, 1994
The school board is scheduled to choose a new director of curriculum, the person who will play a key role in what goes on in Carroll County classrooms, at tomorrow's regular meeting.The board meeting convenes at 9 a.m. at Westminster High School.The last person to hold the position was Gary Dunkleberger, whom Superintendent Brian Lockard promoted to assistant superintendent for instruction in September.The position is one that oversees supervisors in each subject area, as well as elementary and special education supervisors.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | April 24, 2002
Many of their names will not be found on honor rolls. They're not among the star athletes who have gleaming trophies in the school's display cases. And few of their pictures will ever hang outside the main office in the Student of the Month showcase. But those were the very kids who North Carroll High School pulled out of class yesterday - 507 of them - for a surprise assembly to recognize them just for being good kids. They're the ones who have missed no more than four days of school in the first seven months of the year.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | June 24, 1998
Gary E. Dunkleberger, who has played a key role in shaping the curriculum in county schools during his 18 years in the system, has been named acting principal at North Carroll High School.Dunkleberger, assistant superintendent for instruction since 1994, began work in his new position Monday.The appointment is one of the first for William H. Hyde, a Dunkleberger colleague who was selected by the school board this month as the superintendent of county schools.Dunkleberger will serve as acting principal until Tuesday -- the end of the fiscal year -- at which time Hyde will recommend to the school board that Dunkleberger be made principal, Hyde said.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Staff writer | March 13, 1991
A parent's complaint has prompted school officials to pull a classicpoem from high school literature classes, but an English teacher has appealed to the county school board.A sexual reference in Herbert Mason's translation of "The Epic of Gilgamesh" led a Westminster parent to challenge the book last September, said Gary Dunkleberger, director of curriculum and staff development.The board will rule on the matter at its meeting next Wednesday.Dated as far back as 2500 B.C., "Gilgamesh" is considered the world's oldest surviving work of fiction and has been part of world literature classes in Carroll high schools since at least 1981, Dunkleberger said.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Sun Staff Writer | February 22, 1994
The pot still boils over with questions and concerns about outcomes-based education, as Carroll schools staff take their show on the road to explain the approach to the community, one civic group at a time.At the latest in a series of talks to community groups, Gary Dunkleberger, director of curriculum, and Runnymede Elementary School Principal Barbara Walker spoke to about 20 members of the West Carroll Republican Club last night at St. Paul United Methodist Church in New Windsor.One man said he disliked the concept even more after their talk.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Staff Writer | August 29, 1993
Gary Dunkleberger wants to set the record straight, once and for all.Carroll teachers are not going to be promoting a homosexual lifestyle to students in their outcomes-based education, said Dr. Dunkleberger, the director of curriculum and staff development for the county's public schools.He also wants to clear up what he termed "misinformation" circulated by Carroll County Citizens for Quality Education, an activist group formed last spring out of dissatisfaction over a revised curriculum based on "exit outcomes."
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | July 10, 1996
As technicians work to hook up all Carroll County schools to the Internet by the first day of school, academic supervisors are looking at how best to use the wealth of information students and teachers will have at their fingertips.A proposal to write a policy on using computer networks and other kinds of telecommunications will be among the issues at the Board of Education meeting at 9 a.m. today.Also on the agenda are a pilot program to change first- and second-grade report cards to better reflect the curriculum and a report on renovations planned at Francis Scott Key High School.
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By Deborah Bach and Deborah Bach,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 9, 2000
Half a dozen cars might have been bearable. But residents of Dakota Road in Hampstead say the number has grown over the past few months to more than 50 vehicles from nearby North Carroll High School regularly parked along the street. About a dozen neighbors attended a town council meeting this week to complain about speeding, swearing, garbage and noise they say is creating a nuisance and a safety hazard. Charles Cassetta said the teen motorists are disrespectful to residents and frequently leave soda cans, fast-food wrappers - and in one case, a box of buck-shot shells - on the ground.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2000
Student drivers will no longer have the run of Shiloh Run, which had become a de facto overflow parking lot for North Carroll High School students. Hampstead Town Council approved a request last night by Shiloh Run Homeowners Association to enforce resident-only permit parking in that neighborhood. "We're relieved. We're very happy," said Charles Cassetta, a Dakota Road resident who led the move to restrict parking in the neighborhood. "It became a public nuisance. We had as many 56 cars in one day."
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By Deborah Bach and Deborah Bach,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | June 9, 2000
Half a dozen cars might have been bearable. But residents of Dakota Road in Hampstead say the number has grown over the past few months to more than 50 vehicles from nearby North Carroll High School regularly parked along the street. About a dozen neighbors attended a town council meeting this week to complain about speeding, swearing, garbage and noise they say is creating a nuisance and a safety hazard. Charles Cassetta said the teen motorists are disrespectful to residents and frequently leave soda cans, fast-food wrappers - and in one case, a box of buck-shot shells - on the ground.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | June 24, 1998
Gary E. Dunkleberger, who has played a key role in shaping the curriculum in county schools during his 18 years in the system, has been named acting principal at North Carroll High School.Dunkleberger, assistant superintendent for instruction since 1994, began work in his new position Monday.The appointment is one of the first for William H. Hyde, a Dunkleberger colleague who was selected by the school board this month as the superintendent of county schools.Dunkleberger will serve as acting principal until Tuesday -- the end of the fiscal year -- at which time Hyde will recommend to the school board that Dunkleberger be made principal, Hyde said.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | September 15, 1996
The schools have a new address. But they haven't moved."Carroll County schools will be located not only at 55 North Court Street, but also at www.carr.lib.md.us/ccps/ welcome.htm," said Assistant Superintendent Gary Dunkleberger. "That represents our address on the Internet."The relatively new World Wide Web site is accessible to anyone with a modem and Internet access. Once users call up the page, they can click on buttons on screen to see the county's test scores, the location of each school on a map, a description of programs in each school and even some homework help.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | July 10, 1996
As technicians work to hook up all Carroll County schools to the Internet by the first day of school, academic supervisors are looking at how best to use the wealth of information students and teachers will have at their fingertips.A proposal to write a policy on using computer networks and other kinds of telecommunications will be among the issues at the Board of Education meeting at 9 a.m. today.Also on the agenda are a pilot program to change first- and second-grade report cards to better reflect the curriculum and a report on renovations planned at Francis Scott Key High School.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | November 8, 1994
The school board is scheduled to choose a new director of curriculum, the person who will play a key role in what goes on in Carroll County classrooms, at tomorrow's regular meeting.The board meeting convenes at 9 a.m. at Westminster High School.The last person to hold the position was Gary Dunkleberger, whom Superintendent Brian Lockard promoted to assistant superintendent for instruction in September.The position is one that oversees supervisors in each subject area, as well as elementary and special education supervisors.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | August 9, 2000
Student drivers will no longer have the run of Shiloh Run, which had become a de facto overflow parking lot for North Carroll High School students. Hampstead Town Council approved a request last night by Shiloh Run Homeowners Association to enforce resident-only permit parking in that neighborhood. "We're relieved. We're very happy," said Charles Cassetta, a Dakota Road resident who led the move to restrict parking in the neighborhood. "It became a public nuisance. We had as many 56 cars in one day."
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Staff Writer | December 15, 1993
Teachers could be spending more time on the other side of the desk if a new staff development plan is approved by the school board in the 1994-1995 budget proposal.When administrators present the operating budget proposal to the board Jan. 12, it will include a request to spend $371,639 next year on training teachers to better instruct students."Staff development is not about staff -- the ultimate reason of staff development is what happens to youngsters," said Gary Dunkleberger, director of curriculum and staff development.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1994
A man who has been deeply involved in revising and honing Carroll County school curriculum will become assistant superintendent for instruction.At the recommendation of Superintendent Brian Lockard, the school board yesterday promoted Dr. Gary E. Dunkleberger, who has worked in administration in the system for more than half his 25-year career."
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Sun Staff Writer | February 22, 1994
The pot still boils over with questions and concerns about outcomes-based education, as Carroll schools staff take their show on the road to explain the approach to the community, one civic group at a time.At the latest in a series of talks to community groups, Gary Dunkleberger, director of curriculum, and Runnymede Elementary School Principal Barbara Walker spoke to about 20 members of the West Carroll Republican Club last night at St. Paul United Methodist Church in New Windsor.One man said he disliked the concept even more after their talk.
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