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November 19, 1992
Board of Education officials will discuss plans to open a new middle school on Mountain Road at a Nov. 30 meeting for Riviera Beach Elementary parents.Children from Riviera Beach, Fort Smallwood and Jacobsville elementary schools would attend the new school, which is on the same grounds as Chesapeake Middle and High schools.The plan aims to alleviate overcrowding at George Fox Middle School.Michael Raible, county director of school planning and construction, will meet with parents at 7:30 p.m. at Riviera Beach Elementary, 8515 Jenkins Road.
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By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,nicole.fuller@baltsun.com | April 5, 2009
The Anne Arundel County school board unanimously approved a redistricting plan for South County, but delayed voting on a redistricting plan for the Mountain Road corridor in order to explore options for allowing some Pasadena middle school students to stay at the school they now attend. Superintendent Kevin M. Maxwell has proposed sending about 150 students who now attend Chesapeake Bay Middle School to George Fox Middle School, but board members are looking at ways to allow some students to remain at Chesapeake Bay. In conjunction with its meeting April 15, the Board of Education will hold a public hearing on the redistricting proposal for the Mountain Road corridor.
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NEWS
January 29, 1996
County school officials are planning to shift attendance boundaries for some Pasadena elementary schools to alleviate crowding at George Fox Middle School.The school board agreed last week to consider four proposals to send some students now destined for George Fox to Chesapeake Middle School instead, then return them to Northeast High School.George Fox is in the Northeast High School feeder system, and Chesapeake Middle is in the Chesapeake High School system. The change would not take place until the school year that starts in September 1997.
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By Peg Adamarczyk and Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 9, 1998
A FEW DRIED pine needles, some mangled candle stubs and tinsel-encrusted dust bunnies are all that remain of the holiday season.Now it's time to act on those resolutions to lose weight, eat more healthful foods and exercise more often. And the county Department of Recreation and Parks is offering winter fitness programs in Pasadena to help you get started.Adults can sign up for evening aerobics classes at Northeast High School, learn country line dancing at George Fox Middle School or join a co-ed recreational volleyball program at Riviera Beach Elementary School.
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By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,nicole.fuller@baltsun.com | April 5, 2009
The Anne Arundel County school board unanimously approved a redistricting plan for South County, but delayed voting on a redistricting plan for the Mountain Road corridor in order to explore options for allowing some Pasadena middle school students to stay at the school they now attend. Superintendent Kevin M. Maxwell has proposed sending about 150 students who now attend Chesapeake Bay Middle School to George Fox Middle School, but board members are looking at ways to allow some students to remain at Chesapeake Bay. In conjunction with its meeting April 15, the Board of Education will hold a public hearing on the redistricting proposal for the Mountain Road corridor.
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By PEG ADAMARCZYK | September 15, 1995
Don't fill up your family's fall calendar until you've checked out the variety of programs offered in the Pasadena area by county Recreation and Parks in its Fall '95 Guide.School-age youngsters can learn gymnastics at classes scheduled at Riviera Beach Elementary School on Saturdays or at Bodkin Elementary School on Thursdays.For preschoolers, there's Munchkins-In-Motion, a low-key program featuring simple games and gymnastics-style activities on Saturday mornings at Riviera Beach Elementary.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1996
Residents will be able to question county school planners tonight when the school system holds a briefing on proposals to relieve overcrowding at George Fox Middle School.The school board is looking at four options that would send some students now destined for George Fox to Chesapeake Bay Middle School and then to Northeast High School.George Fox is in the Northeast High School feeder system, and Chesapeake Middle is a Chesapeake High School feeder.The change probably would not take place until the school year that begins in September 1997.
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By PEG ADAMARCZYK | January 15, 1993
The county Department of Recreation and Parks' winter and spring program guide is hot off the presses and packed with Pasadena activities.* Burn off those unwanted holiday pounds at aerobics fitness courses that will begin next week at Northeast High School on Duvall Highway.A one-hour bio-aerobics dance fitness class will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, starting Wednesday, and 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting Tuesday.Tone and firm bio-aerobics, an exercise program using mat and floor exercises, will meet from 7:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, starting Wednesday.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1996
When they were third-graders at Riviera Beach Elementary School two years ago, Christopher Jerome "C. J." Simmons and Schuyler Engelhardt started as many fights with their classmates as they did with each other.But now, the two are close friends who admonish others not to fight."We need to bring peace to our school," Schuyler said.Yesterday, the fifth-graders were among 360 students who declared the Pasadena elementary a "fight-free" school and raised a peace flag to demonstrate their good intentions.
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By Peg Adamarczyk and Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 9, 1998
A FEW DRIED pine needles, some mangled candle stubs and tinsel-encrusted dust bunnies are all that remain of the holiday season.Now it's time to act on those resolutions to lose weight, eat more healthful foods and exercise more often. And the county Department of Recreation and Parks is offering winter fitness programs in Pasadena to help you get started.Adults can sign up for evening aerobics classes at Northeast High School, learn country line dancing at George Fox Middle School or join a co-ed recreational volleyball program at Riviera Beach Elementary School.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1996
When they were third-graders at Riviera Beach Elementary School two years ago, Christopher Jerome "C. J." Simmons and Schuyler Engelhardt started as many fights with their classmates as they did with each other.But now, the two are close friends who admonish others not to fight."We need to bring peace to our school," Schuyler said.Yesterday, the fifth-graders were among 360 students who declared the Pasadena elementary a "fight-free" school and raised a peace flag to demonstrate their good intentions.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | April 19, 1996
It's not just reading, writing, and 'rithmetic anymore at Riviera Beach Elementary School. Now, there is the study of garbage.Yesterday, students at the Pasadena school were visited by three members of the county Department of Public Works' Waste Management Services who taught them about the environment, water, and recycling -- all in the name of "garbology."Unfortunately, most of the children had little idea what "garbology" is."I don't know," 11-year-old Patricia Chan, a fifth-grader, said when she was asked to define the word.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1996
Residents will be able to question county school planners tonight when the school system holds a briefing on proposals to relieve overcrowding at George Fox Middle School.The school board is looking at four options that would send some students now destined for George Fox to Chesapeake Bay Middle School and then to Northeast High School.George Fox is in the Northeast High School feeder system, and Chesapeake Middle is a Chesapeake High School feeder.The change probably would not take place until the school year that begins in September 1997.
NEWS
January 29, 1996
County school officials are planning to shift attendance boundaries for some Pasadena elementary schools to alleviate crowding at George Fox Middle School.The school board agreed last week to consider four proposals to send some students now destined for George Fox to Chesapeake Middle School instead, then return them to Northeast High School.George Fox is in the Northeast High School feeder system, and Chesapeake Middle is in the Chesapeake High School system. The change would not take place until the school year that starts in September 1997.
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By PEG ADAMARCZYK | September 15, 1995
Don't fill up your family's fall calendar until you've checked out the variety of programs offered in the Pasadena area by county Recreation and Parks in its Fall '95 Guide.School-age youngsters can learn gymnastics at classes scheduled at Riviera Beach Elementary School on Saturdays or at Bodkin Elementary School on Thursdays.For preschoolers, there's Munchkins-In-Motion, a low-key program featuring simple games and gymnastics-style activities on Saturday mornings at Riviera Beach Elementary.
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By PEG ADAMARCZYK | January 6, 1995
Post-holiday blues got you down? Need to lose some extra pounds acquired celebrating the season? Or maybe this year's resolutions include tearing your family away from the tube before they succumb to the confusion caused by the great switcheroo of '95?Why not peruse the winter-spring program guide from the county Department of Recreation and Parks that hit area households this week. Many popular classes have returned, and a few new offerings have been added.The guide lists all county programs, including aquatics programming at the Arundel Swim Center, and class registration forms.
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By PEG ADAMARCZYK | January 7, 1994
Dried pine needles, a few red candle stubs and tinsel-tangled dust bunnies are all that is left to remind me of Christmas.Gone are all of those wonderful excuses to postpone nasty routine chores. The holidays are over, and it's back to business.This week's blast of snow, ice and frigid air only reinforces that old winter hibernation habit that seems to creep in this time of year. All too quickly, drab winter skies give way to the winter blahs and the inevitable couch-potato syndrome.But this year, I'm going to whip my sprouting spuds into shape before they root in front of the tube.
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By Peg Adamarkczyk | January 11, 1991
The insidious couch potato and his cohorts -- the video vegetable and Nintendo nerd -- have invaded my "Leave it to Beaver" life. How would Mrs. Cleaver handle this one? Better than I would, I'm sure.Inmy search for some outside activity to interest my group of sofa-lovers, I happened to pick up the winter-spring brochure from the countyDepartment of Recreation and Parks. It's packed with enough programsand activities to interest every member of anyone's family.*The little ones can forget about Big Bird and enjoy interacting with other 3- to 5-year-olds at a preschool movement and dance class at Lake Shore Elementary.
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By PEG ADAMARCZYK | January 7, 1994
Dried pine needles, a few red candle stubs and tinsel-tangled dust bunnies are all that is left to remind me of Christmas.Gone are all of those wonderful excuses to postpone nasty routine chores. The holidays are over, and it's back to business.This week's blast of snow, ice and frigid air only reinforces that old winter hibernation habit that seems to creep in this time of year. All too quickly, drab winter skies give way to the winter blahs and the inevitable couch-potato syndrome.But this year, I'm going to whip my sprouting spuds into shape before they root in front of the tube.
NEWS
By PEG ADAMARCZYK | January 15, 1993
The county Department of Recreation and Parks' winter and spring program guide is hot off the presses and packed with Pasadena activities.* Burn off those unwanted holiday pounds at aerobics fitness courses that will begin next week at Northeast High School on Duvall Highway.A one-hour bio-aerobics dance fitness class will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, starting Wednesday, and 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting Tuesday.Tone and firm bio-aerobics, an exercise program using mat and floor exercises, will meet from 7:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, starting Wednesday.
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