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Washington Co. school board briefs

May 19, 2010|By DAVE McMILLION

Students honored for work with Future Business Leaders of America



Six students were honored Tuesday night for their work with the Clear Spring High School Future Business Leaders of America.

Students Dylan Baker, Zach Uchima, Kelsey Capezuto, Aaron Hetzer, Amanda Fawley and Kelly Humbertson each were presented with a Golden Apple Award during a Washington County Board of Education meeting.

The recognition comes from Superintendent of Schools Elizabeth Morgan.

The students talked about professional skills they have learned in the organization, and Board of Education President Wayne D. Ridenour said he was impressed that 20 percent of the school's student population are members of the business organization.

Attorneys honored for work with mock trial teams



Two local attorneys were honored Tuesday night during a Washington County Board of Education meeting for their work to establish mock trial teams at North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown high schools.

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Ed Button helped establish a mock trial team at North Hagerstown and Ed Kuczynski helped establish a team at South Hagerstown. The attorneys told school board members they were impressed with the students' study of law at their respective schools.

Button and Kuczynski received Golden Apple Awards from Superintendent of Schools Elizabeth Morgan.

School board approves bids for windows, door, floor replacement



The Washington County Board of Education Tuesday night approved bids for new exterior windows and door replacement at Williamsport High School, Emma K. Doub Elementary School and Clear Spring Middle School, partial flooring replacement at Winter Street Elementary School and auditorium and stage rigging repairs at seven high schools.

Boonsboro High School gets $6,332 for establishment of a lacrosse program



School officials said $6,332 has been awarded to Boonsboro High School from the Boonsboro Athletic Boosters for establishment of a lacrosse program at the school. The gift was announced during a Washington County Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

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