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June 24, 2013
On May 11, The Goddard School held its annual birthday bash which is a Family Fun Day celebration to celebrate eight years of the school being open.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | November 18, 2013
Amber O'Brien of The Goddard School, at 460 Granary Road in Forest Hill, joined more than 350 Goddard School franchisees at the 2013 Goddard School National Franchisee Convention in Nashville, Tenn., to discuss the latest innovations and advancements for providing the highest quality, play-based educational child care programs in a technology-driven age. A highlight of the gathering was the award ceremony, where O'Brien received the Circle of...
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June 24, 1997
The Goddard School for Early Childhood Education will open its second facility in Maryland next month with a preschool and after-school care program for as many as 120 students.The school is expected to open July 14 in a $1.1 million, 8,000-square-foot building off Columbia 100 Parkway, said Sandra Flax, who owns the Goddard franchise with her husband, Ross. The only other Goddard School in Maryland opened in January in Columbia's Hickory Ridge village."The Goddard philosophy is to tailor instruction to each child's developmental needs," Flax said.
EXPLORE
June 24, 2013
On May 11, The Goddard School held its annual birthday bash which is a Family Fun Day celebration to celebrate eight years of the school being open.
NEWS
AEGIS STAFF REPORT | November 18, 2013
Amber O'Brien of The Goddard School, at 460 Granary Road in Forest Hill, joined more than 350 Goddard School franchisees at the 2013 Goddard School National Franchisee Convention in Nashville, Tenn., to discuss the latest innovations and advancements for providing the highest quality, play-based educational child care programs in a technology-driven age. A highlight of the gathering was the award ceremony, where O'Brien received the Circle of...
NEWS
May 22, 2000
Kiosks will provide community information The Howard County Chamber of Commerce has announced it will be partners with the Sheraton Columbia and StaybridgeSuites to provide interactive kiosks. The units will contain community calendars, area maps and information about where to eat, shop and play in the county. At the kiosk, the chamber Web site will include links to local sites of interest. Space is available on the kiosks for members and nonmembers to promote their businesses. Information: 410-730-4111, Ext. 109. Jessup company awarded $50,000 Rouse fund loan The Jim Rouse Entrepreneurial Fund (JREF)
NEWS
April 27, 2003
GED practice sessions, tests planned next month Carroll County Public Schools offers General Educational Development tests and practice sessions for the exam to those age 16 and older who wish to earn their high school diploma. The two-day GED test consists of five sections: math, science, social studies, literature and the arts, and writing skills. To take the test, individuals must be age 16 or older, have been a state resident for at least 90 days, have been withdrawn from school for at least 90 days and pay the test fee. It is recommended that individuals take the practice test before taking the exam.
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2012
Can 3-year-olds learn online? Susan Magsamen believes they can, with moderation and careful monitoring by a mentor or parent. And she's building a company to prove it. Last month, Magsamen launched Curiosityville.com , a company that focuses on online learning for children ages 3 to 8. The Cockeysville company has raised $2.3 million from investors and has struck several partnerships with some major children's learning brands, including National...
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September 28, 2011
Gina and Steve Wilson, of North Laurel, announce the engagement of their daughter, Allie Wilson, to Jake Burke, son of Chuck and Dawn Burke, of North Laurel. The bride-to-be, a 2005 graduate of Reservoir High School, graduated from Towson University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in early childhood education. She is employed at Goddard School in Columbia. The future groom, a 2004 graduate of Atholton High School, graduated from Liberty University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in math.
NEWS
April 11, 2010
Caregiver workshop Event presented free by the National Family Caregiver Support program of Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities and sponsored by Somerford Place Alzheimer's Assisted Living. Workshop will be held 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and April 20 and 27 at the Arnold Senior Center, 44 Church Road, Arnold. Registration is required. Information: 410-222-4464, ext. 3043, or register online at aacounty.org/Aging/NeedingCare/compCaregiver.cfm. Screenings •The Anne Arundel County Department of Health In-school vision and hearing screenings will be held at the following schools and programs: Monday and Tuesday: Naval Academy Primary School, The Young School Early Education Program Tuesday and Wednesday: Magothy Cooperative Preschool & Kindergarten Wednesday and Thursday: St. John the Evangelist School, The Goddard School at Arundel Mills Thursday and Friday: Pasadena Early Learning Center Friday: Elvaton Christian Academy, Galilee Preschool April 19: Faith Baptist Child Development Center April 19 and 20: Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church Preschool April 19 and 20: Severna Park United Methodist Church Nursery School Information: Kim Roussey, vision and hearing technician supervisor, 410-222-6838.
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2012
Can 3-year-olds learn online? Susan Magsamen believes they can, with moderation and careful monitoring by a mentor or parent. And she's building a company to prove it. Last month, Magsamen launched Curiosityville.com , a company that focuses on online learning for children ages 3 to 8. The Cockeysville company has raised $2.3 million from investors and has struck several partnerships with some major children's learning brands, including National...
NEWS
April 27, 2003
GED practice sessions, tests planned next month Carroll County Public Schools offers General Educational Development tests and practice sessions for the exam to those age 16 and older who wish to earn their high school diploma. The two-day GED test consists of five sections: math, science, social studies, literature and the arts, and writing skills. To take the test, individuals must be age 16 or older, have been a state resident for at least 90 days, have been withdrawn from school for at least 90 days and pay the test fee. It is recommended that individuals take the practice test before taking the exam.
NEWS
May 22, 2000
Kiosks will provide community information The Howard County Chamber of Commerce has announced it will be partners with the Sheraton Columbia and StaybridgeSuites to provide interactive kiosks. The units will contain community calendars, area maps and information about where to eat, shop and play in the county. At the kiosk, the chamber Web site will include links to local sites of interest. Space is available on the kiosks for members and nonmembers to promote their businesses. Information: 410-730-4111, Ext. 109. Jessup company awarded $50,000 Rouse fund loan The Jim Rouse Entrepreneurial Fund (JREF)
NEWS
June 24, 1997
The Goddard School for Early Childhood Education will open its second facility in Maryland next month with a preschool and after-school care program for as many as 120 students.The school is expected to open July 14 in a $1.1 million, 8,000-square-foot building off Columbia 100 Parkway, said Sandra Flax, who owns the Goddard franchise with her husband, Ross. The only other Goddard School in Maryland opened in January in Columbia's Hickory Ridge village."The Goddard philosophy is to tailor instruction to each child's developmental needs," Flax said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | October 21, 2001
So much to do and see, so little time. Antique lovers swarmed the Maryland Historical Society for the first peek -- and first dibs -- on all sorts of treasures, at the MHS Antiques Show "Gala Preview Party." Folks drooled over displays of furniture, collectibles and jewelry before satisfying another appetite at the dinner buffet. Meanwhile, new board member Michael Ward directed folks to an MHS treasure most definitely not for sale. "If you want to see the original Star-Spangled Banner, it's right upstairs," Ward proudly declared.
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