The awardees and nominees of the HCPSS 2019 Principal and Teacher of the Year awards were recognized at a Board of Education meeting in May.
Superintendent Martirano spent the day at Wilde Lake Middle School shadowing students to gain a better understanding of the academic experience from a student’s perspective. Here, he reflects on his experience.
Dates for the 2019 commencement ceremonies have been announced. All ceremonies will be held at Merriweather Post Pavilion, with the exception of Cedar Lane, which will be held at that school. Graduations will be available for viewing live on our website.
The last day of school for students will be Friday, June 21. Schools will dismiss three-hours early Wednesday, June 19-Friday, June 21, and there is no half-day Pre-K/RECC.
In a new partnership, Apple Ford will provide a free two-year lease on an Apple Ford vehicle for the Teacher of the Year, and will offer car purchase and repair discounts to all school system staff members.
Kate Volpe, a social studies teacher and the 9th grade instructional team leader at Wilde Lake High School, was recently named Secondary Social Studies Teacher of the Year by the Maryland Council for Social Studies.
As the first instructor in HCPSS’ new academy, Artley has worked tirelessly to build the program from the ground up, including getting the academy accredited.