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Two county schools honored for Gifted and Talented programs

February 17, 2011
  • Emma K. Doub Elementary School for Integrated Arts and Technology and Fountaindale Elementary School for the Arts and Academic Excellence were among five schools in Maryland to receive Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education School Awards on Wednesday in Annapolis. Clyde Harrell, the school system's director for curriculum and instruction, also was honored. Shown are, from left, Marisa Hoyle (Doub enrichment teacher), Betsy Donohoe (Doub principal), Harrell, Tammy Fochtman (Doub third-grade teacher), Nina Wolfe (Doub fourth-grade teacher), Teri Williamson (Fountaindale principal), Erik Vreeland (Fountaindale fourth-grade teacher), Katie Lingg (Doub fifth-grade teacher), Grace Murdoch (Doub fifth-grade student), Jaclyn Chaney (Fountaindale fifth-grade teacher), Jessica Reinhard (supervisor of K-12 advanced programs), Jennifer Brooks (Fountaindale second-grade teacher) and Megan Nicholson (Doub second-grade teacher).
By Andrew Schotz/Staff Writer

ANNAPOLIS — Two Washington County schools were among five in Maryland to receive Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education School Awards on Wednesday in Annapolis.

The awards recognize schools that meet state curriculum and instruction standards.

The Washington County recipients were Emma K. Doub Elementary School for Integrated Arts and Technology and Fountaindale Elementary School for the Arts and Academic Excellence.

Clyde Harrell, the school system’s director for curriculum and instruction, also was honored.

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