Monocacy Valley Montessori Public Charter School near downtown Frederick held it’s annual Building and Grounds Work Day to spruce up the school ahead of the summer season.
The Board of Education decided to postpone a decision on a proposal from Monocacy Valley Montessori Public Charter School to expand its enrollment by five students.
The following students have been named to the honor roll for the third marking period of the 2017-2018 school year at Frederick Classical Charter School:
After a visit from Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos scheduled for this week was canceled, Board of Education member Colleen Cusimano said she was embarrassed by the district’s handling of the matter.
The Board of Education decided to postpone a decision on a proposal from Monocacy Valley Montessori Public Charter School to expand its enroll…
The following students have been named to the honor roll for the third marking period of the 2017-2018 school year at Frederick Classical Char…
After a visit from Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos scheduled for this week was canceled, Board of Education member Colleen Cusimano said sh…
Admission to all three Frederick County Public Schools charter schools takes place by lotteries already underway at each school for the 2018-2…
Last week, my co-worker Samantha Hogan and I reported on the composting program Urbana High School is piloting.
The Board of Education has waived its policy on charter school renewal terms for a second time to give Monocacy Valley Montessori a new 10-yea…
Superintendent Terry Alban is recommending a charter renewal for Monocacy Valley Montessori Public Charter School, but details on its length s…
On topic: Letters
- More charter choice needed
- Charter schools will lead reform
- Better charter schools equals better teacher pay
- Pay raise for teachers? Charter schools could have helped
- Support for charter school
- Maryland’s new charter school law doubles down on failure
- Republican council wants lower taxes, but increased development
- What about funding for charter schools?
- Wrong on charter schools
- Ben Wright's commitment
- Neighbors' complaints lead to arrests at 'disorderly home' in Frederick
- Local quarry owner, scuba diving teacher propose scuba diving, ecological site
- Brunswick man stole car, led deputies on drunken chase down U.S. 15, court records say
- Lucky Corner's downtown location changes hands, and eventually its name, too
- Drugs, loaded handgun seized during traffic stop in Frederick
- Sheriff’s office releases details of Weis Market suicide
- Homeless man charged with assault after police said he attacked men with a machete
- West Virginia man arrested after Frederick police respond to assault in progress
- Despite neighbors' protests, city unlikely to rule against recovering addicts living in residential zone
- Roundabout work to shut down Md. 180 intersection for 8 weeks
Hello, Frederick County! I wanted to take my first week writing the School Notes column to introduce myself and give you a sense of how I plan to cover education for The Frederick News-Post.
Doug Fossett began with a question: Why does Frederick celebrate a slave owner?
On the heels of a long discussion last week about which vacation day to return to the academic calendar, the Frederick County Board of Education shifted its focus to when parent-teacher conferences will be held for the coming school year.
- Coach's Corner: Summer is a great time for high school athletes to separate from the competition
- Local Roundup: MSD sweeps national track crowns
- 50 years later, the late Ricky Dawson's record 24-strikeout game still stands
- Coach's Corner: Recognizing the importance of teamwork
- Local roundup: Titans' Acal picked for Robinson All-Star game
- Poffenbarger makes U16 national team
- Local Roundup: MSD wins national baseball, softball crowns
- Athletes of the Week (May 27)
- Five questions with Cole Crist, Senior first baseman, Middletown baseball
- Continued greatness: Oakdale boys, Urbana girls maintain stranglehold on track championships