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May 28, 2006
The following is a list of valedictorians and salutatorians for county public schools for the 2005-2006 school year: Aberdeen High Valedictorian: Michelle McVey Age: 18 Hometown: Aberdeen College plan to attend: George Washington University Major: International affairs Career aspirations: CIA counterintelligence threat analyst Favorite subject: Government Least favorite subject: AP Spanish Biggest issue teens face: Being responsible Advice for...
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May 28, 2006
The following is a list of valedictorians and salutatorians for county public schools for the 2005-2006 school year: Aberdeen High Valedictorian: Michelle McVey Age: 18 Hometown: Aberdeen College plan to attend: George Washington University Major: International affairs Career aspirations: CIA counterintelligence threat analyst Favorite subject: Government Least favorite subject: AP Spanish Biggest issue teens face: Being responsible Advice for...
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NEWS
August 22, 2001
The student: Beth Baniezewski, 16 Special achievement: Beth was one of three students from Wilde Lake High School recognized as a National Merit semifinalist. Educational goals: She would like to study mechanical engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Favorite subject: Science. How she describes herself: Persistent, helpful, ambitious. Hobbies: She enjoys swimming, writing and completing three-dimensional puzzles.
NEWS
May 10, 2006
Chris Masiulus, Howard SPORT LACROSSE BOYS STATS -- After being called up from the junior varsity in the middle of his freshman season, Masiulus, a junior, has been a mainstay on the Lions' defense at a wing position. At 6 feet 2 and 175 pounds, he has good size for a defender and also has fine speed and stick skills. Howard coach Greg Bulger said Masiulus, named a captain this season, has become a team leader and is always assigned the opposing team's top scoring threat. SIDELINES -- Masiulus made the honor roll last semester and carries a 2.73 grade point average, with math as his favorite subject.
NEWS
April 4, 2001
The student: Megan Hill, 17 School: Hammond High School Special achievement: Megan was one of three students to be recognized as a National Merit semifinalist from Hammond High. Education plans: Megan wants to attend a competitive four-year university. Her top choices are Georgetown, and Washington and Lee. She plans to major in environmental science. Her favorite subject: Independent research. How she describes herself: Reflective, persevering, open-minded. Hobbies: Megan enjoys working with Maryland Search and Rescue, helping to find people who are lost.
FEATURES
July 29, 1998
Help your child make learning fun by role playing or acting. Choose a concept or theme such as a historical event, a favorite person or a favorite subject (such as math). Have your child act out the concept and share it with you. For example, he or she could be a teacher giving you a silly lesson, or he might pretend to demonstrate a math concept by being a chef and doubling the recipe ingredients. Make props from items and clothing found around the house and invite other members of the family to join in or watch the theatrics.
NEWS
January 10, 2001
The student: Aneesha Griffin, 17 School: River Hill High School Special achievement: Aneesha is one of two students from her high school to be recognized as a National Merit semifinalist. Favorite subject: Math Educational future: She is planning to attend a competitive four-year college and major in computer science. How she describes herself: Dedicated, hard-working, diverse Hobby: Softball Her reaction when she found out she was a semifinalist: "I was surprised. I didn't expect it, but I think it will help me get into college."
NEWS
January 20, 1999
To show students that doing well can bring them recognition, the Citizens Advisory Committee of Quarterfield Elementary School has asked The Sun to help publicize its Student of the Week. Winners of the honor must write about themselves.My name is Leanne Wilson. I'm 10 years old in fifth grade at Quarterfield Elem. I have a dog named Molly. She's a chocolate lab and really nice. Dancing and swimming are my favorite things to do and I play the flute. In school my favorite subject is language arts and I'm on the honor roll.
NEWS
January 31, 2001
The student: Neeraja Murali, 17 School: River Hill High School Special achievement: Neeraja is one of two River Hill seniors to be recognized as a National Merit semifinalist. College: She plans to attend a competitive four-year school. Her top choice is Brown University. Career choice: She is planning to pursue a career in medicine. Favorite subject: Biology. How she describes herself: Hard-working, friendly, well-rounded. In her spare time: Neeraja enjoys singing in choirs and performing.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | November 2, 1994
Mary Oakford Slingluff, a longtime patron of the arts and the Maryland Institute, College of Art, died Sunday of heart failure at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 85 and lived at Roland Park Place.She and her husband, Jesse Slingluff, a lawyer whom she married in 1937, shared a deep affection for the institute. Mr. Slingluff, who died in 1985, joined the college's board of trustees in 1955 and chaired the group from 1961 until 1972."Jesse talked law every day at the office; at night, he talked Maryland Institute with me. Every night.
NEWS
August 22, 2001
The student: Beth Baniezewski, 16 Special achievement: Beth was one of three students from Wilde Lake High School recognized as a National Merit semifinalist. Educational goals: She would like to study mechanical engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Favorite subject: Science. How she describes herself: Persistent, helpful, ambitious. Hobbies: She enjoys swimming, writing and completing three-dimensional puzzles.
NEWS
April 4, 2001
The student: Megan Hill, 17 School: Hammond High School Special achievement: Megan was one of three students to be recognized as a National Merit semifinalist from Hammond High. Education plans: Megan wants to attend a competitive four-year university. Her top choices are Georgetown, and Washington and Lee. She plans to major in environmental science. Her favorite subject: Independent research. How she describes herself: Reflective, persevering, open-minded. Hobbies: Megan enjoys working with Maryland Search and Rescue, helping to find people who are lost.
NEWS
January 31, 2001
The student: Neeraja Murali, 17 School: River Hill High School Special achievement: Neeraja is one of two River Hill seniors to be recognized as a National Merit semifinalist. College: She plans to attend a competitive four-year school. Her top choice is Brown University. Career choice: She is planning to pursue a career in medicine. Favorite subject: Biology. How she describes herself: Hard-working, friendly, well-rounded. In her spare time: Neeraja enjoys singing in choirs and performing.
NEWS
January 10, 2001
The student: Aneesha Griffin, 17 School: River Hill High School Special achievement: Aneesha is one of two students from her high school to be recognized as a National Merit semifinalist. Favorite subject: Math Educational future: She is planning to attend a competitive four-year college and major in computer science. How she describes herself: Dedicated, hard-working, diverse Hobby: Softball Her reaction when she found out she was a semifinalist: "I was surprised. I didn't expect it, but I think it will help me get into college."
NEWS
April 7, 1999
To show students that doing well can bring them recognition, the Citizens Advisory Committee of Quarterfield Elementary School has asked The Sun to help publicize its Student of the Week. Winners of the honor must write about themselves.Hi. My name is Tamara Bogdanowicz. I'm 10 years old, in 5th grade at Quarterfield Elementary. I have brown hair and eyes. In my family there is me, my two sisters and my mom and dad. I'm the Oldest out of my two sisters, Nicole and Hayley. I have a fat hampster named Zipper.
NEWS
By Joy Hakim | January 13, 1999
HAVE YOU ever had a child implore, "Can I stay up tonight and read my textbook?"Read a textbook? Eagerly? Teachers know better. So do kids.This isn't funny. We have a reading, thinking and learning problem in our schools and we give children books that are so dumbed-down that most people laugh at the idea of anyone actually wanting to read them.Meanwhile, around the country, both sides of the ideological textbook debate -- the multicultural left and the Christian right -- shout invective at each other.
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