The Frederick County Board of Education passed several motions Wednesday night that will impact students and their ability to have in-person learning for the remainder of the school year.
About 10 people spoke or submitted comments to Wednesday’s public hearing on the closure of Sabillasville Elementary School, echoing claims from the community that not enough notice had been given that the hearing was taking place.
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The Frederick County Board of Education passed several motions Wednesday night that will impact students and their ability to have in-person l…
About 10 people spoke or submitted comments to Wednesday’s public hearing on the closure of Sabillasville Elementary School, echoing claims fr…
Since 1986, thousands of donors have relied on the credibility and expertise of The Community Foundation of Frederick County to help them buil…
The Frederick County Board of Education will hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. April 14 on whether to close Sabillasville Elementary School.
On topic: Letters
- Safety of turf fields remains questionable
- FCPS controversial topics policy needs work
- Hybrid model is detrimental to children's health
- Hood College presents our past for the present
- Maryland schools shouldn't hide from reality
- Time to remove uniformed police from schools
- Hard to build relationships when SROs are in full gear
- Armed SROs send the wrong message
- Ask parents about school resource officers
- SROs provide safety to our greatest treasures
- School board votes to bring elementary students in-person four days a week
- Police seek help identifying suspects after Frederick protest
- Children found safe after reported abduction in Brunswick
- Mount Airy man dies in motorcycle crash
- Police impersonator stopping vehicles in Frederick County
- Downtown march leads to property damage, vandalism
- Frederick police make arrest in 2020 homicide case
- South Mountain Creamery launches new ice cream shop on Carroll Creek
- UPDATE: Sheriff's office responds to mental health call on Monocacy River Bridge
- Business briefs: Glory Doughnuts moves to new location; Mission BBQ to open April 26
Frederick County Public Schools recently launched a new series called “Vision 2020” to air on FCPS TV.
Olivia White, vice president for student life and dean of students at Hood College, will retire later this year after more than 27 years at the college.
Mount St. Mary’s University has added a new employee to its roster, hiring the school’s first-ever sports dietitian.
- FCPS sets matchups for fall sports championship week
- Local Roundup: Mount women's lacrosse earns NEC playoff berth
- Lancers blank pesky Cadets in field hockey
- Column: An FNP tradition unlike any other is coming to an end
- Delayed draw: Lions, Knights battle to 2-2 tie in girls soccer
- Burge, Hawks defeat Cougars in volleyball
- Local Roundup: Slivka breaks Titans' career record for kills in volleyball win over TJ
- Titans' Tony Lombardi shows he's built to lead in win over Patriots
- Titans' relentless offense produces win over Roaders in field hockey
- Early momentum carried Urbana's AnPhi Le to rare distinction at county golf tournament