The award is presented annually by the graduating class to one teacher at each of the county high schools, the Applications and Research Laboratory and Homewood.
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.
The program is free to anyone age 18 and under, and will run June 25-August 16 at eight locations and June 25-August 21 at an additional seven locations throughout the county. There is no application or registration required.
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.
Mount View Middle School has partnered with Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park to educate students about shellfish ecological restoration and aquaculture activities that improve the environment.
Howard County students were invited to design a poster illustrating the theme, We Are All Welcome Here, to show how everyone is welcome in the school, neighborhood and entire community.
The former teacher and assistant principal is making her mark in HCPSS Human Resources. She has been instrumental in HCPSS’ efforts to diversify its workforce, and works hard to help educators take the next step in their professional journey.