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  • Tuesday, September 30, 2014 11:43 AM 
     
    All schools are operating in accordance with the school calendar. 
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  • Mountain Ridge Students Present Pre-Fracking Water Quality Data

    Students in Tom Kozikowski’s Environmental Science classes at Mountain Ridge High School began collecting water quality data in 2012 on the municipal water supply for the City of Frostburg in an effort to test the samples for contamination caused by hydraulic fracturing.

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  • Progress with Implementation of New Evaluation System

    Representatives of Maryland public school systems are continuing to report progress in the statewide implementation process for new Teacher and Principal Evaluation, according to a new report.

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  • Superintendent Participates in Let's Move! Active Schools Leadership Roundtable

    On Monday, September 15, 2014, Dr. David Cox, Superintendent in Allegany County, was invited to join more than 30 other school leaders from across the nation to participate in the Let’s Move! Active Schools Leadership Roundtable at the White House as they discussed the relationship between health outcomes and academic performance.

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  • ACPS Participates in 2014 Maryland School Breakfast Challenge

    Schools in the Allegany County Public School System will be participating in the 2014 Maryland School Breakfast Challenge, sponsored by Maryland’s No Kid Hungry Campaign and members of Governor O’Malley’s Partnership to End Childhood Hunger.

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  • Maryland's Race to the Top Continues

    The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) released a report on the return on investment from its federal Race to the Top grant.

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  • Mountain Ridge Students Help Children Celebrate International Dot Day

    On Monday, September 15, 2014, volunteer students from Mountain Ridge High School assisted the children of Kids Korner day care center, located within the school, in celebrating International Dot Day.

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  • ARC Approves Grant for Bel Air Elementary Fiber Extension Project

    The Appalachian Regional Commission announced today approval of a grant in the amount of $34,375 to the Allegany County Board of Education for the Bel Air Elementary Fiber Extension Project.

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