September 30, 2010
Closings for Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 Aleph Bet Jewish Day School Normal schedule on Friday . Baltimore County schools. Early Dismissal. Note: Closing two hours early. . Carroll County schools. Early Dismissal. Note: Carroll County Public Schools will be closing two hours early due to flooding. . Cecil County Schools. Early Dismissal. Note: Middle and high schools will be dismissed at 12:00 and elementary schools will be dismissed at 1:00.
October 5, 2012
Joppatowne High School closed at 9:15 a.m. Friday because of a power outage and the early dismissal forced the cancellation of all after school activities for the day. "All after school and evening activities at Joppatowne High School are cancelled," Teri Kranefeld, manager of communications for Harford County Public Schools, wrote in an email Friday morning, "including the homecoming football game. " The game was cancelled, but not the dance. "However, the homecoming dance scheduled for tomorrow will be held as planned," Kranefeld wrote.
February 9, 2000
UNDERAGE drinking is a criminal shame. It's dangerous for everyone, not just the kid who takes a drink. That message must be understood by minors, by law enforcement officers, by parents and especially by the public schools. So the students of Liberty High School who got caught drinking at house parties on New Year's Eve should endure the full consequences of their decision to attend -- and to stay -- at parties where kids were drinking. About 20 teen-agers have been implicated, including students active in sports and extracurricular activities at the Eldersburg school.
January 25, 2013
Harford County Public Schools will dismiss two hours early today, Friday, because of the threat of inclement weather. There will be no afternoon pre-K or preschool services, the school system reported shortly before 11 a.m. All afternoon/evening school activities are canceled. The school system said it will evaluate weather conditions Saturday morning and a decision will be made regarding weekend activities by 5 a.m. Saturday and will be...
January 31, 1994
Ben WyskidaSchool: Howard High SchoolHometown: ColumbiaAge: 16In just two years on the staff, Ben Wyskida has risen from a staff reporter to editor of his school newspaper, Lion's Tale. He also is vice president of junior class government and belongs to the National Honor Society.Ben is active with the school's tech crew, which is in charge of providing lighting and sound for various programs and school activities. He belongs to the French Club.Last year, he was a finalist for the Hugh O'Brien Leadership Award.
January 4, 1993
Name: Katy Agro, 14, of Pasadena.School: Chesapeake High School.Accomplishments: Katy is on the honor roll at her school with a B-plus average.Although just entering her freshman year, Katy is already involved in various school activities.She belongs to the chorus, the American government class' pilot program in volunteer leadership, and the Interact Club, where as a member she was involved in fund-raising events for Hurricane Andrew victims and is currently a representative for the school at Rotary Club meetings.