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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Sun Staff Writer | October 21, 1994
At least five students involved in a brawl Sept. 30 at Meade High School in which the school librarian was kicked and stomped won't be returning to the school, Principal George Kispert said yesterday.Two of them are to be expelled, two more transferred to The Learning Center for students with behavioral problems, and one is to be transferred to another high school, he said.Mr. Kispert suspended 18 students. Nine of them were reinstated after signing a contract promising to stay out of trouble.
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By Melissa Harris and Brent Jones and Melissa Harris and Brent Jones,SUN REPORTERS | April 24, 2008
The 15-year-old Robert Poole Middle School student whom prosecutors accused of sparking an attack on a city bus passenger in December was sentenced yesterday to a juvenile jail until a judge releases her or she turns 21. In arguing to send Nakita McDaniels to a secure residential treatment facility, Baltimore prosecutors revealed that the student body vice president had twice before led group assaults on lone girls, one of which ended with the victim stabbed...
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NEWS
October 11, 1996
An article in Tuesday's edition of The Sun in Anne Arundel incorrectly reported the number of students involved in Maryland's Tomorrow program at Meade Senior High School and described incorrectly a shadowing program at the school.This year, 100 students are in the Maryland's Tomorrow program. The shadowing program involving eighth-graders was created at the school before the Maryland's Tomorrow program was started.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 10/11/96
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By Ruma Kumar and Ruma Kumar,Special to The Sun | November 19, 2006
Trays of brownies and cookies were laid out in neat concentric circles. Quesadillas were fanned out on tables alongside mounds of tortilla chips and salsa. Eudes Carrillo anxiously looked at the spread, then her watch, then the gaping door to the school cafeteria. It was 6:20 on a rainy Monday night and only three families had made it to the event that started at 6. "I told everyone 5:20 p.m. just so they would come here on time," Carrillo said nervously. Carrillo was the lead organizer for Annapolis High School's welcome night for Hispanic families.
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By Tanya Jones and Suzanne Loudermilk and Tanya Jones and Suzanne Loudermilk,Sun Staff Writers Sun Staff writer Mike Farabaugh contributed to this article | March 11, 1995
Two North Harford High School seniors accused in the slaying of a Jarrettsville family's pet goat were charged yesterday with animal cruelty, theft and malicious destruction of property.The 17-year-old boys are two of three students who authorities believe were involved in the theft and death of the 9-year-old goat, which was found lying in a pond in a courtyard at the rear of the school Tuesday morning. The arrest of the third student is expected soon, said Sgt. Edward Hopkins, sheriff's office spokesman.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 26, 1996
The Western Maryland College Honor and Conduct Board found 17 students -- including 12 athletes -- guilty of falsifying time sheets for college work-study jobs in the intramural program.The board, consisting of two faculty and two student members, completed the hearing last Friday, following a campus investigation that began in December after a routine monthly check of student payroll statements turned up discrepancies.Joyce Muller, the school's director of public information, wouldn't release any names.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Andrea F. Siegel and Carol L. Bowers and Andrea F. Siegel,Sun Staff Writers | April 8, 1994
School system officials have recommended the expulsion of four black students from Severna Park High School who were involved in two race-related brawls there last month, The Sun has learned.But white students involved in the fights have not been disciplined, according to a lawyer for two black students.Alan Legum, representing two of the black students who will be appealing their punishment, questioned the fairness of the disciplinary action."Insensitive is too mild a word," the Annapolis lawyer said.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 21, 1997
An Anne Arundel County arbitration panel has ruled that North County's varsity football team, 9-2 last fall, has to forfeit all nine victories for using an ineligible player.Confusing terminology caused the ineligibility of a little-used reserve.The Knights, who were ranked 11th in metropolitan Baltimore and lost to Lake Clifton, 58-30, in a state quarterfinal after winning the Class 4A East region, used a player involved in home schooling, a program in which the student is taught at home by a parent.
NEWS
June 5, 1997
SCHOOLS must not tolerate outrageous, senseless behavior. That was the message in Howard County from the expulsions meted out to participants in a melee that preceded the death of Wilde Lake High School teacher Lawrence Hoyer.Whether administrators have cracked down hard enough in the past on fighting in school is a question that can spark endless debate. But the expulsions this week of five students and extraordinarily long suspensions for four others were the act of a system putting its foot down.
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By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,Sun Staff Writer | May 18, 1995
Two alcohol incidents during a Wilde Lake High School-sponsored trip to France this spring have prompted the Howard County school board to consider banning student excursions abroad."
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By KRISTI FUNDERBURK and KRISTI FUNDERBURK,SUN REPORTER | April 21, 2006
Dundalk High School junior Joseph Matthew Wallace showed up at the park in sweatpants and boots, ready to begin digging holes. He dug into hard ground until the hole was big enough to plant a tree. After about two hours, Wallace, 17, had planted five by himself. "I think it's a good experience," Wallace said. "It's better for kids to be involved in the environment." Wallace was one of 22 students from Dundalk High who worked in Lynchcove Park by Stansbury Pond yesterday as part of a Baltimore County public schools forest buffer restoration project.
NEWS
December 28, 1997
Pentagon pique cheats veterans, shames countryThe spoiled little boys in the Pentagon are piqued at losing some of their playthings. So now they "allow" local commanders to "decide" on sending honor teams to veterans' funerals.What this means is that now all a veteran gets at his interment is a man showing up at the end to hand his widow a flag. No more honor team to carry his casket, fire the three-volley salute from seven rifles and sound taps from a bugle. Our shame for this needs few words.
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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1997
A Howard circuit judge sentenced an 18-year-old Elkridge woman to probation yesterday for her role in a schoolyard brawl that preceded the death of a Columbia teacher who tried to stop it.The widow of science teacher Lawrence C. Hoyer took meticulous notes as Erica Lynn Gresham was given 18 months' probation and ordered to perform 60 hours of community service for her role in the melee in May with 11 other students, most of them girls.Gresham pleaded guilty to reduced charges of disturbing school operations in a plea bargain with prosecutors.
NEWS
June 5, 1997
SCHOOLS must not tolerate outrageous, senseless behavior. That was the message in Howard County from the expulsions meted out to participants in a melee that preceded the death of Wilde Lake High School teacher Lawrence Hoyer.Whether administrators have cracked down hard enough in the past on fighting in school is a question that can spark endless debate. But the expulsions this week of five students and extraordinarily long suspensions for four others were the act of a system putting its foot down.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 21, 1997
An Anne Arundel County arbitration panel has ruled that North County's varsity football team, 9-2 last fall, has to forfeit all nine victories for using an ineligible player.Confusing terminology caused the ineligibility of a little-used reserve.The Knights, who were ranked 11th in metropolitan Baltimore and lost to Lake Clifton, 58-30, in a state quarterfinal after winning the Class 4A East region, used a player involved in home schooling, a program in which the student is taught at home by a parent.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF ZHC DvA | December 18, 1996
Videotape reveals that about 20 former and a few current Woodlawn students were involved in a brawl during halftime of Monday night's Woodlawn-Randallstown boys basketball game, Randallstown's principal said yesterday.According to a police report, two Baltimore County police officers allegedly were attacked after entering the stands in an attempt to break up a fight between two young women. Instead, the smaller altercation grew into a melee which forced the game to be terminated.Yesterday, the principals of Woodlawn and Randallstown began reviewing the videotape.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,Sun Staff Writer | May 18, 1995
Two alcohol incidents during a Wilde Lake High School-sponsored trip to France this spring have prompted the Howard County school board to consider banning student excursions abroad."
NEWS
By KRISTI FUNDERBURK and KRISTI FUNDERBURK,SUN REPORTER | April 21, 2006
Dundalk High School junior Joseph Matthew Wallace showed up at the park in sweatpants and boots, ready to begin digging holes. He dug into hard ground until the hole was big enough to plant a tree. After about two hours, Wallace, 17, had planted five by himself. "I think it's a good experience," Wallace said. "It's better for kids to be involved in the environment." Wallace was one of 22 students from Dundalk High who worked in Lynchcove Park by Stansbury Pond yesterday as part of a Baltimore County public schools forest buffer restoration project.
NEWS
October 11, 1996
An article in Tuesday's edition of The Sun in Anne Arundel incorrectly reported the number of students involved in Maryland's Tomorrow program at Meade Senior High School and described incorrectly a shadowing program at the school.This year, 100 students are in the Maryland's Tomorrow program. The shadowing program involving eighth-graders was created at the school before the Maryland's Tomorrow program was started.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 10/11/96
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 26, 1996
The Western Maryland College Honor and Conduct Board found 17 students -- including 12 athletes -- guilty of falsifying time sheets for college work-study jobs in the intramural program.The board, consisting of two faculty and two student members, completed the hearing last Friday, following a campus investigation that began in December after a routine monthly check of student payroll statements turned up discrepancies.Joyce Muller, the school's director of public information, wouldn't release any names.
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