As a culmination to West Side Elementary School's fifth grade physical science unit, students partnered with the Career Center's Culinary Arts program students to host a rendition of the Food Network's "Chopped, Jr."
Student members of SkillsUSA and the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) from both the Center for Career and Technology Education and Allegany High School had the opportunity to compete in recent Regional events.
On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, the Allegany County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Allegany! Class of 2017 participated in the program’s annual Education Day co-hosted by the Allegany County Public Schools, Allegany College of Maryland, and Frostburg State University.
Allegany County Sheriff, Craig Robertson, is hosting a number of Town Hall Meetings across the county in an effort to raise awareness about the opioid and heroin epidemic facing the community.
The annual School Readiness Fair is scheduled for Saturday, March 11, 2017, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Country Club Mall.
The Allegany County Public School System is reminding parents and guardians of all sixth grade students about Maryland immunization requirements necessary to enter seventh grade in the fall of 2017.
The National School Boards Association (NSBA) working with and through state associations and more than 90,000 school board members is committed to providing the highest quality education for every child.
Ray Short, a teacher at Braddock Middle School, has begun the planning and registration for a June 2018 European tour.
The house recently constructed by students at the Center for Career and Technical Education is now complete and is open for bids.
Allegany County Public Schools is the recipient of a $100,000 planning grant from the Maryland State Department of Education for the establishment of the Allegany County Pathways in Technology Early College High (P-Tech) School, through collaboration with Allegany College of Maryland.
Mountain Ridge High School will host a one-day craft fair on Saturday, March 11, 2017, that will benefit the school’s Academic Endowment Fund.
The Western Maryland Heritage Association is presenting exhibitions about "The Way We Worked" at six locations in Allegany County
The SAT/ACT Prep Project has assisted over 250,000 students in every state and in over 40 countries.
The Allegany County Public School System considers a number of factors when making the decision to delay or close schools.
Cory Wharton, 2004 graduate of Fort Hill High School, has been nominated for Song of the Year and Christmas Spirit Award by Strictly Country magazine.