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February 2, 2011
Weather-related school delays for Wednesday, Feb. 2: Maryland Washington County Public Schools, 2-hour delay Frederick County Public Schools - Only Middletown High and Catoctin High and their feeder schools will open 2 hours late due to travel conditions. All other schools are to open on time. MHS feeder schools are Middletown Elementary, Middle and Primary plus Myersville and Wolfsville Elementary. CHS feeder schools are Thurmont Elementary, Middle and Primary plus Emmitsburg, Lewistown and Sabillasville Elementary.
NEWS
by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | March 27, 2007
WASHINGTON COUNTY - While some security measures have already been put in place in Washington County Public Schools, others will require budget additions and cost analysis. School officials are evaluating camera systems at many of the county's middle and high schools to determine if updates and additions are necessary. Steve Ganley, Washington County Public Schools safety and security specialist/risk manager, said a cost analysis is being prepared to determine which schools will receive a camera upgrade.
NEWS
May 12, 2003
Teacher of the Year announced in Frederick FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick County Public Schools Superintendent Jack Dale announced Tuesday at Heather Ridge School that reading specialist Charlene Fraser is Frederick County's Teacher of the Year. Fraser began teaching in Georgia after earning a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Southern Mississippi. After earning her master's there in 1974, she started teaching in Frederick County, beginning at Green Valley Elementary, where she taught third grade and was promoted to reading specialist in 1976.
NEWS
February 28, 2006
North Hagerstown High School students and staff and community members have collected school supplies and resources as part of a statewide student council initiative to provide assistance for hurricane ravaged areas of the Southeast. The collection focused on sister school Salmen High School in Slidell, La. The school was demolished because of extensive damage from Hurricane Katrina, and more than 90 percent of the student population still is homeless, according to a press release from Washington County Public Schools.
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by DAVE McMILLION | June 20, 2002
charlestown@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Berkeley County Schools officials say they are close to completing a deal to purchase 22 acres near Gerrardstown for a new intermediate school. Superintendent of Schools Manny Arvon told the Berkeley County Board of Education members Wednesday night that he expects to close on the purchase Monday. Arvon declined to say who owns the property or what the school system will pay for the land because negotiations are continuing.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | June 3, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. -- Martinsburg High School has a new principal. The appointment of Regina D. Phillips, 48, of Jefferson County, W.Va., was made effective July 1. She replaces Kenneth Pack, who accepted an administrative position at Pikeside Learning Center earlier this year. Berkeley County Schools Superintendent Manny P. Arvon II said Phillips "stood out" among the five candidates interviewed for the job. "She leaves a trail of successes everywhere she goes," Arvon said.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | June 4, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Martinsburg High School has a new principal. The appointment of Regina D. Phillips, 48, of Jefferson County, W.Va., was made effective July 1. She replaces Kenneth Pack, who accepted an administrative position at Pikeside Learning Center earlier this year. Berkeley County Schools Superintendent Manny P. Arvon II said Phillips "stood out" among the five candidates interviewed for the job. "She leaves a trail of successes everywhere she goes," Arvon said.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | December 9, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. -- School districts in Berkeley and Jefferson counties each have received $1 million to build additions at two schools. The money represents nearly 20 percent of the $10.4 million in Major Improvement (MIP) grants announced this week by the West Virginia School Building Authority. Eagle School Intermediate just outside of Martinsburg and South Jefferson Elementary School near Summit Point, W.Va., will receive the building upgrades, officials said. Both projects are expected to be completed in 2010, the same year school officials have targeted as the completion date for a new school in each county that received SBA funding in April 2008.
NEWS
by ANNE WEATHERHOLTZ | August 24, 2006
School days Today is the first day of school for most public school students across Washington County, and Hancock is no exception. Generations of citizens remember their school days in this town - once at the school on High Street, now the Community Center; next at the school "in the park," no longer there; and now up on "Blue Hill," where the elementary and the middle-senior high schools face each other, each boasting a view across the...
NEWS
September 3, 2003
School cuts aren't helping To the editor: The Washington County Board of Education says that it wants to create a "world class" educational system and yet makes some curious budget decisions in its efforts to achieve that goal. One of these involves a recent decision to combine the media specialist position at Clear Spring High School with that of Clear Spring Middle School and have it filled by one person. It also says that it wants individual schools to achieve.
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BREAKINGNEWS
February 2, 2011
Weather-related school delays for Wednesday, Feb. 2: Maryland Washington County Public Schools, 2-hour delay Frederick County Public Schools - Only Middletown High and Catoctin High and their feeder schools will open 2 hours late due to travel conditions. All other schools are to open on time. MHS feeder schools are Middletown Elementary, Middle and Primary plus Myersville and Wolfsville Elementary. CHS feeder schools are Thurmont Elementary, Middle and Primary plus Emmitsburg, Lewistown and Sabillasville Elementary.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | December 9, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. -- School districts in Berkeley and Jefferson counties each have received $1 million to build additions at two schools. The money represents nearly 20 percent of the $10.4 million in Major Improvement (MIP) grants announced this week by the West Virginia School Building Authority. Eagle School Intermediate just outside of Martinsburg and South Jefferson Elementary School near Summit Point, W.Va., will receive the building upgrades, officials said. Both projects are expected to be completed in 2010, the same year school officials have targeted as the completion date for a new school in each county that received SBA funding in April 2008.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | June 4, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Martinsburg High School has a new principal. The appointment of Regina D. Phillips, 48, of Jefferson County, W.Va., was made effective July 1. She replaces Kenneth Pack, who accepted an administrative position at Pikeside Learning Center earlier this year. Berkeley County Schools Superintendent Manny P. Arvon II said Phillips "stood out" among the five candidates interviewed for the job. "She leaves a trail of successes everywhere she goes," Arvon said.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | June 3, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. -- Martinsburg High School has a new principal. The appointment of Regina D. Phillips, 48, of Jefferson County, W.Va., was made effective July 1. She replaces Kenneth Pack, who accepted an administrative position at Pikeside Learning Center earlier this year. Berkeley County Schools Superintendent Manny P. Arvon II said Phillips "stood out" among the five candidates interviewed for the job. "She leaves a trail of successes everywhere she goes," Arvon said.
NEWS
by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | March 27, 2007
WASHINGTON COUNTY - While some security measures have already been put in place in Washington County Public Schools, others will require budget additions and cost analysis. School officials are evaluating camera systems at many of the county's middle and high schools to determine if updates and additions are necessary. Steve Ganley, Washington County Public Schools safety and security specialist/risk manager, said a cost analysis is being prepared to determine which schools will receive a camera upgrade.
NEWS
by ANNE WEATHERHOLTZ | August 24, 2006
School days Today is the first day of school for most public school students across Washington County, and Hancock is no exception. Generations of citizens remember their school days in this town - once at the school on High Street, now the Community Center; next at the school "in the park," no longer there; and now up on "Blue Hill," where the elementary and the middle-senior high schools face each other, each boasting a view across the...
NEWS
February 28, 2006
North Hagerstown High School students and staff and community members have collected school supplies and resources as part of a statewide student council initiative to provide assistance for hurricane ravaged areas of the Southeast. The collection focused on sister school Salmen High School in Slidell, La. The school was demolished because of extensive damage from Hurricane Katrina, and more than 90 percent of the student population still is homeless, according to a press release from Washington County Public Schools.
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by Scott Nicewarner | December 13, 2004
Washington County Public Schools are quickly approaching a major crossroads on its mission to be a world-class system. The school system, while trumpeting the improvements of test scores and its standing within the state related to the other school districts, is experiencing a situation where students have classrooms on stages and closets, as well as "farms" of portable classrooms. As a member of the last school redistricting committee, we were able to foresee in 2001 many of the realities of 2004-05.
NEWS
September 3, 2003
School cuts aren't helping To the editor: The Washington County Board of Education says that it wants to create a "world class" educational system and yet makes some curious budget decisions in its efforts to achieve that goal. One of these involves a recent decision to combine the media specialist position at Clear Spring High School with that of Clear Spring Middle School and have it filled by one person. It also says that it wants individual schools to achieve.
NEWS
May 12, 2003
Teacher of the Year announced in Frederick FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick County Public Schools Superintendent Jack Dale announced Tuesday at Heather Ridge School that reading specialist Charlene Fraser is Frederick County's Teacher of the Year. Fraser began teaching in Georgia after earning a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Southern Mississippi. After earning her master's there in 1974, she started teaching in Frederick County, beginning at Green Valley Elementary, where she taught third grade and was promoted to reading specialist in 1976.
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