Three students crossed the stage Monday evening as Frederick County Public Schools graduation season came to a close.
A girl who went to rehab for a month, a boy who fell short in his English class, a girl who is moving to Florida but didn’t want to finish out her senior year in a new state.
A girl who went to rehab for a month, a boy who fell short in his English class, a girl who is moving to Florida but didn’t want to finish out…
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The redistricting plan Superintendent Terry Alban plans to unveil this week erases crowding at nearly all elementary schools in the Linganore, Oakdale and Urbana feeding patterns.
Frederick County Public Schools received data last week on how students are tracking for college readiness.
Gov. Larry Hogan is facing backlash after criticizing the Kirwan Commission and questioning where funding for their recommendations will come from.
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