School briefs

July 02, 2007

Computer system upgrades will disrupt some services at HCC

Upgrades to Hagerstown Community College's computer system this week will disrupt some student services, according to an HCC press release.

Transcript requests that were received Friday after noon will not be processed until Monday, July 16, according to the release. WebAdvisor will be not be available through Friday, according to the release.

All other administrative offices will function on a limited basis, according to the release.

For information, call 301-766-4422 or go to

Frederick Co. school board announces July meeting dates

FREDERICK, Md. - Meetings of the Frederick County Board of Education in July are scheduled for the following dates, according to information provided by Frederick County Public Schools:

· On Tuesday, July 10, at 1:30 p.m., the Frederick County Board of County Commissioners and the Board of Education will hold a joint meeting at 115 E. Church St.


· On Wednesday, July 11, at 2 p.m., the board will hold a planning session, and at 6 p.m., it will hold a regular meeting at 115 E. Church St.

· On Monday, July 30, at 1 p.m., the Facilities and Finance Committee will meet at 33 Thomas Johnson Drive.

Tuesday's Facilities and Finance Committee meeting has been canceled.

Two associate superintendents appointed in Frederick County

FREDERICK, Md. - Two new associate superintendents for Frederick County Public Schools have been appointed, according to a school system press release.

Ann Bonitatibus was promoted from instructional director of high schools to associate superintendent following the retirement of Henry Bohlander, according to the release.

Bonnie Ward is moving from executive director of Technology Services to associate superintendent following deputy superintendent Dan Cunningham's acceptance of a position at the Maryland State Department of Education, according to the release.

Due to reorganization of the school system effective immediately, Bonitatibus is associate superintendent of the Secondary School Improvement, Instruction and Administration Division. Steve Martin is associate superintendent of the Elementary School Improvement, Instruction and Administration Division. Ward is associate superintendent of the newly created Curriculum, Instruction and Evaluation Division, according to the release.

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