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By JANET HEIM | May 27, 2008
CLEAR SPRING - Ed Hazlett is more comfortable blending in with the setting of his school than he is being in the limelight. As head teacher of Fairview Outdoor Education Center for the past six years, he said he has thrived in the outdoor setting even more than the students. Hazlett, 63, will be retiring at the end of May, leaving the school in the hands of new head teacher Tim Abe. Hazlett taught in Montgomery County schools before retiring after 35 years, with 20 years in the classroom and 15 years in outdoor education.
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August 17, 2007
12808 Draper Road Clear Spring Phone: 301-766-8138 Fax: 301-842-1152 Head teacher: Edward Hazlett
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September 14, 2007
Antietam Academy Middle School 1300 Marshall St., Hagerstown Principal: Ivan "Ike" Williams Phone: 301-766-8447 Grades: 6-8 Evening High School 1151 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown Supervisor: Carol Costello Administrator: Sherry Hamilton Phone: 301-766-8460 Fairview Outdoor Education Center 12808 Draper Road, Clear Spring Head Teacher: ...
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August 17, 2007
Hagerstown Community College campus 11402 Robinwood Drive Hagerstown Phone: 301-791-4332 Grades: Pre-kindergarten Start times: Two half-day programs, morning and afternoon Head teacher: Jessica Wilkinson Off-site administrator: Susan Burger, Funkstown School for Early Childhood Education principal From the head teacher Q. What are your goals for the school year? A. My goal is to ensure a successful first year in school by creating a safe, nurturing and exciting learning environment where students are encouraged to reach their fullest potential.
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By JANET HEIM | May 26, 2008
CLEAR SPRING - Ed Hazlett is more comfortable blending in with the setting of his school than he is being in the limelight. As head teacher of Fairview Outdoor Education Center for the past six years, he said he has thrived in the outdoor setting even more than the students. Hazlett, 63, will be retiring at the end of May, leaving the school in the hands of new head teacher Tim Abe. Hazlett taught in Montgomery County schools before retiring after 35 years, with 20 years in the classroom and 15 years in outdoor education.
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September 19, 2005
Antietam Academy Ike Williams, 301-766-8447 Bester Elementary School Kathy Stiles, 301-766-8001 Boonsboro Elementary School J. Scott Woods, 301-766-8013 Boonsboro Middle School Renee Foose, 301-766-8038 Boonsboro High School Martin Green, 301-766-8022 Cascade Elementary School Rose Pellegrino, 301-766-8066 Clear Spring Elementary School Amy...
NEWS
August 8, 2007
Rendell to speak at Dems summer picnic SCOTLAND, Pa. - Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell is scheduled to speak at Saturday's annual Franklin County Democratic Party's Summer Picnic. The picnic is scheduled from noon to 4 p.m. at the Scotland Memorial Park Picnic Pavilion at 3763 Scotland Road. Rendell is scheduled to arrive around 3 p.m. and speak shortly thereafter. The featured speaker will be Abe Amoros, political director of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, who is scheduled to take the stage around 1 p.m. Local and statewide candidates scheduled to speak include Pennsylvania Supreme Court candidate Debra Todd, Pennsylvania Superior Court candidates Christine Donohue and Ron Folino, Franklin County Commissioner candidates Cheryl Stearn and Bob Ziobrowski, Chambersburg mayoral candidate Peter Lagiovane, 2008 State Treasurer candidate John Cordisco, and 2008 U.S. House candidate Tony Barr.
NEWS
July 27, 2000
Bartlett has little to say By TARA REILLY / Staff Writer Washington County Schools Superintendent Herman G. Bartlett Jr. wasn't saying much Thursday about Circuit Judge John H. McDowell's comments in court that Bartlett was evasive last week when testifying with the future of the Job Development Center. continued McDowell said Wednesday that Bartlett was "evasive" at best and "at worst, perjurious" during a hearing for a 16-year-old illiterate teenager who made a series of false fire calls.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | June 20, 2000
Parents of approximately 45 children will receive letters next week inviting their children to participate in Washington County's pilot full-day kindergarten program this fall, officials said Tuesday. Up to 60 at-risk students from Bester, Winter Street and Salem Avenue elementary school districts will participate in the program, on which Board of Education members received an update during Tuesday morning's work session. The School Board is using a three-year Goals 2000 state grant to fund the program in a move to better prepare children for school.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | March 7, 2009
CLEAR SPRING -- The outdoors is still great. That is the message staff members at the Claud Kitchens Outdoor School at Fairview try to instill in fifth-graders who visit the school. Over the course of several days, students in the fifth-grade overnight program go fishing, hiking and canoeing, investigate animals, explore hiking trails and even dabble in orienteering. It is all part of the school's vision to promote appreciation and understanding of the environment. The school extended that vision beyond fifth-graders and out to the public Saturday at the Maple Sugar Festival.
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By DON AINES | November 22, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Wearing a pink T-shirt with the words "STOOD UP" across the front, Principal Paul Sick strummed a guitar and led a room full of Falling Spring Elementary School students in song: "Don't laugh at me, don't call me names, Don't get pleasure from my pain, In God's eyes we're all the same, Some day we'll all have perfect wings, Don't laugh at me. " "He's good," student Shaqon Baker said after Sick...
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By JANET HEIM | May 27, 2008
CLEAR SPRING - Ed Hazlett is more comfortable blending in with the setting of his school than he is being in the limelight. As head teacher of Fairview Outdoor Education Center for the past six years, he said he has thrived in the outdoor setting even more than the students. Hazlett, 63, will be retiring at the end of May, leaving the school in the hands of new head teacher Tim Abe. Hazlett taught in Montgomery County schools before retiring after 35 years, with 20 years in the classroom and 15 years in outdoor education.
NEWS
By JANET HEIM | May 26, 2008
CLEAR SPRING - Ed Hazlett is more comfortable blending in with the setting of his school than he is being in the limelight. As head teacher of Fairview Outdoor Education Center for the past six years, he said he has thrived in the outdoor setting even more than the students. Hazlett, 63, will be retiring at the end of May, leaving the school in the hands of new head teacher Tim Abe. Hazlett taught in Montgomery County schools before retiring after 35 years, with 20 years in the classroom and 15 years in outdoor education.
NEWS
September 14, 2007
Antietam Academy Middle School 1300 Marshall St., Hagerstown Principal: Ivan "Ike" Williams Phone: 301-766-8447 Grades: 6-8 Evening High School 1151 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown Supervisor: Carol Costello Administrator: Sherry Hamilton Phone: 301-766-8460 Fairview Outdoor Education Center 12808 Draper Road, Clear Spring Head Teacher: ...
NEWS
August 17, 2007
12808 Draper Road Clear Spring Phone: 301-766-8138 Fax: 301-842-1152 Head teacher: Edward Hazlett
NEWS
August 17, 2007
Hagerstown Community College campus 11402 Robinwood Drive Hagerstown Phone: 301-791-4332 Grades: Pre-kindergarten Start times: Two half-day programs, morning and afternoon Head teacher: Jessica Wilkinson Off-site administrator: Susan Burger, Funkstown School for Early Childhood Education principal From the head teacher Q. What are your goals for the school year? A. My goal is to ensure a successful first year in school by creating a safe, nurturing and exciting learning environment where students are encouraged to reach their fullest potential.
NEWS
August 8, 2007
Rendell to speak at Dems summer picnic SCOTLAND, Pa. - Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell is scheduled to speak at Saturday's annual Franklin County Democratic Party's Summer Picnic. The picnic is scheduled from noon to 4 p.m. at the Scotland Memorial Park Picnic Pavilion at 3763 Scotland Road. Rendell is scheduled to arrive around 3 p.m. and speak shortly thereafter. The featured speaker will be Abe Amoros, political director of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, who is scheduled to take the stage around 1 p.m. Local and statewide candidates scheduled to speak include Pennsylvania Supreme Court candidate Debra Todd, Pennsylvania Superior Court candidates Christine Donohue and Ron Folino, Franklin County Commissioner candidates Cheryl Stearn and Bob Ziobrowski, Chambersburg mayoral candidate Peter Lagiovane, 2008 State Treasurer candidate John Cordisco, and 2008 U.S. House candidate Tony Barr.
NEWS
By DON AINES | April 1, 2007
CLEAR SPRING-The first kites took to the air more than 2,000 years ago, the Chinese having learned to create the sail, bridle and string from silk and the frame from strips of bamboo. On Saturday, Matt Koebel and Jared Henry put together simple kites for children using modern equivalents - plastic trash bags, dowel rods, masking tape and string. April is National Kite Month, but the last day of March brought families out to the Fairview Outdoor Education Center for its fourth annual Kite Festival.
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