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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 26, 1995
OCTOBER IS the time to set things in order: take a class to energize your mind, organize your house with a fall cleanup or join a physical fitness program to rejuvenate your body.Right now, I'm rejuvenating my body and spirit on the beach at Pawleys Island, S.C. Isn't technology wonderful?Defeating perennial winnerOld Mill High School won round one of the high school math competition at Anne Arundel Community College, defeating the perennial winner, Severna Park High School. Glen Burnie and South River tied for third.
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By David Driver, For The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2014
Josh Hader was about 5 when he joined his Anne Arundel County youth baseball team on the field at Camden Yards in a pregame ceremony. A youth league standout, Hader went on to become a star pitcher at Old Mill High in Millersville and couldn't believe his good fortune when he was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles after his senior year. He made his minor league debut in 2012 in the Gulf Coast League and with Aberdeen and began the 2013 season as the No. 13 prospect in the Baltimore farm system, according to Baseball America.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 24, 2003
A Glen Burnie teen-ager charged with firing a gun in a hallway of Old Mill High School has surrendered to authorities, Anne Arundel County police said. Accompanied by his parents and a lawyer, Aaron Davis, 16, turned himself in at the Eastern District police station about 1 p.m. Monday. He was charged last week as an adult with illegal possession and firing of a handgun, disturbing school operations, possessing a deadly weapon on school property and making false statements to an officer.
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By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2014
A student at Watkins Mill High School in Montgomery County has active tuberculosis and parents were told Feb. 6 in a letter that some other staff and students will be tested for the disease, though the risk of transmission is small. The letter from school and health officials told parents that the infected student is being treated and there is no additional risk of exposure. Those who need to be tested had classes with the infected student or an after-school activity between October and January.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | April 27, 1995
A story in yesterday's Anne Arundel edition of The Sun about the dogwood planted at Old Mill High School in memory of Arthur Raymond Childress IV incorrectly stated the source of some of the money to pay for a plaque. The money was raised by former co-workers of Jim Bavis, Mr. Childress' grandfather.The Sun regrets the error.Arthur Raymond Childress IV would have turned 20 this week. Instead, his family and friends gathered at Old Mill High School to remember the Glen Burnie man, who was shot to death last year by a rival suitor.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 20, 2003
Anne Arundel County police were looking last night for a Glen Burnie teen-ager who has been charged with firing a gun in the hallway of Old Mill High School on Wednesday. Aaron Davis, 16, of Green Leaf Terrace has been charged as an adult with having and discharging a handgun, disturbing school operations, possessing a deadly weapon on school property and making false statements to an officer. The two gun possession charges are felonies, which carry a combined maximum sentence of six years in prison and $3,500 in fines.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1996
They come from six countries and speak limited English, but 10 Old Mill High School students hope that won't keep them from sharing their thoughts and cultures with their American classmates.The students, members of the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) class, are reaching out through their four-page newspaper, Voice of ESOL."These ESOL students are really interested in sharing information about themselves and their home countries and this has given them an opportunity to do so," said Cathy M. Nelson, their teacher and adviser.
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By Stephanie Desmon and Stephanie Desmon,SUN STAFF | April 4, 2001
The clock says 6:27 - a.m., that is - and senior Silas Stephan is tucked into his usual spot behind Old Mill High School, with Limp Bizkit on the headphones, his green Chevy Cavalier idling to power the heat. The bell won't ring for 50 more minutes. Wait until just before first period starts at 7:17 a.m., already considered an ungodly hour by many teens, and there surely won't be a single spot left in the senior parking lot, a few dozen yards from the school's door. Every space in the scruffy-looking paved lot - with lines drawn for 110 cars but typically jammed with more - is filled by 6:45 a.m. Showing up later means being shunted off to the other lot - the one all the way by the football field, the one that means an extra two- or three-minute walk to class.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | December 18, 2003
A gunshot in a hallway of Old Mill High School in Millersville yesterday forced the building into a two-hour lockdown but did not injure anyone or cause significant damage, police and school officials said. Anne Arundel County officers found a .38-caliber revolver hidden in a men's bathroom about two hours after the 11:30 a.m. incident. Police had no suspects early last night. Old Mill will resume its usual class schedule today, officials said, but police officers will be at school and might randomly search lockers and people.
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By Michelle Wong and Michelle Wong,SUN STAFF | July 24, 1997
Unlike students and teachers, the new principal of the county's largest high school isn't getting a long summer break.Since he moved up from assistant principal to the top job at Old Mill High School last month, Arlen Liverman, 45, said he has been designing a new in-school suspension program, planning how to ease ninth-graders' transition to high school and brainstorming ways to encourage staff and students to take educational risks.In an office plastered with nature posters, Liverman said he is more comfortable sitting around the coffee table in his office than behind his imposing desk.
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January 31, 2014
Harford County Executive David Craig presents a proclamation to Emily Yanky, a senior at Patterson Mill High School. Emily formed a student chapter of Band Together at Patterson Mill and helped to donate 20 instruments to the organization. Band Together gathers used instruments to loan to Harford County Public School students whose parents cannot afford to rent or buy them. Emily volunteers at her school during the Toy Drive for Adoptive Families at Christmas. She plays clarinet in the band and is a member of the Music Honor Society.
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By Barbara Pash | November 6, 2013
One course uses three-dimensional software. Another involves hands-on projects. A third requires documenting work in an engineer's notebook. Next year, an innovative, award-winning science program is coming to Owings Mills High School and Abbey Campbell, its principal, is doing everything she can to make it a success. The program, Pathway to Engineering, begins in fall of 2014, for the 2014-2015 school years. The initial year will enroll incoming ninth graders, and the program will continue to be rolled out each year through 12th grade.
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Letter to The Aegis | June 11, 2013
Editor: "Thank You" from the Patterson Mill High School Class of 2013! The Patterson Mill High School PTSA Chemical Free Events Committee worked hard to FUNdraise over $20,000 for Chemical Free After Prom and After Graduation Parties for the Class of 2013. Our #1 priority at Patterson Mill is keeping the students safe as they celebrate their senior year. And we did just that with the help of parents, faculty and our Community! We would like to extend a heartfelt "THANK YOU" to the following businesses and individuals who graciously contributed to our events with either a donation of money, food, drinks or a gift.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2013
A social studies teacher and assistant track coach has been replaced indefinitely amid an investigation by Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Kate Snyder, a teacher at Old Mill High School in Glen Burnie who also served as student government and senior class adviser, "has been reassigned by the school system and will be away from the school indefinitely," according to a letter sent home to parents on Friday from Principal James Todd. Todd wrote that a substitute teacher will fill in for Snyder's classes and the school will consult with the district's Office of Investigation and other school system administrators on whether a long-term replacement needs to be found.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2013
An 18-year-old Baltimore resident was arrested at Old Mill High School in Millersville on Wednesday after a school resource officer stopped him and found three knives in a backpack he was carrying, according to Anne Arundel County Police and school officials. Norman Hardy of the 2100 block of N. Rosedale St. in the Walbrook neighborhood was first encountered in the school building by a student advocate about 8:50 a.m., school officials said. Hardy, who is not a student at the school, fled outside when asked why he was there, the officials said.
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March 31, 2013
Army Pvt. David Pack graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga. The 2012 graduate of Winters Mill High School is the son of James Pack, of Finksburg, and Mary Zufall, of Reisterstown. He is the grandson of Ethal Zufall, of Hampstead. Text NEWS to 70701 to get Baltimore Sun local news text alerts
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2004
A year ago, Joe Sanderson inspired an outpouring of charity. The disabled teenager was about to lose a part-time job that made him feel useful and accepted, working among schoolchildren at an Anne Arundel County nature-education center. Then strangers donated nearly $25,000 to maintain his job at Arlington Echo Outdoor Education Center after reading about his plight in The Sun in August. Today, the Old Mill High School student who was disfigured by a genetic disorder and abandoned by his parents at age 6 has taken on the role of benefactor.
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August 29, 2004
On August 21, 2004 CHRISTOPHER MAX YOUNGBAR, left this world after battling a lengthy illness. A Baltimore child until high school, he moved to Crownsville and attended Old Mill High School "Class of 1989". As an Audio/Visual Technician, Chris enjoyed working for the Maritime Institute in Linthicum and various special events such as the Baltimore Artscape. Chris was the son of Joyce Maxine Youngbar and the late Alphoze Joseph Harris; the father of Arielle Jacqueline Youngbar; brother of Melissa Katherine Youngbar; brother-in-law of Anaieh; uncle of Clarica, Brittany, Timothy, Joshua and Max; and friend to many.
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Letter to The Aegis | March 12, 2013
On Feb. 10, the Patterson Mill High School Class of 2013 held its fourth annual Senior Fashion Show & Prom Expo, "Red Carpet Affair!"  With over 570 guests in attendance and 109 models participating, including seniors and faculty, the afternoon was a huge success. This event is sponsored by the PTSA Chemical-Free Senior Events Committee to help fund the chemical–free After Prom Party at the Bel Air Athletic Club and After Graduation Cruise on the Spirit Baltimore at the Inner Harbor.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2012
Multiple students at Old Mill High School in Anne Arundel County were interviewed by administrators and school police Monday after an unsubstantiated rumor began spreading through the hallways that a shooting was planned there Friday. Those interviewing the students found "nothing credible" about the rumor, but Principal James Todd sent a letter home to parents - and sent out emails and a robocall message - alerting them to the troubling chatter. "We have interviewed every student whose name was brought to our attention and pursued every piece of information we have been given," Todd wrote in the letter.
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