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email@example.comWashington County Public Schools students can expect to do more writing and more real-world math problems this school year as teachers begin to phase in some practices emphasized in a new national curriculum that will replace the current one in two years....
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Common Core standards, the basis for a new curriculum to be implemented in Washington County Public Schools in two years, focus on math and English-language arts. The English-language arts portion of Common Core also addresses literacy in history and...
Scheduled meetings of the Washington County Board of Education and Hagerstown Mayor and Council: WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS • No meeting Tuesday, Aug. 16 WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Board Auditorium 820 Commonwealth Ave.,...
Clayton Wilcox, superintendent For questions regarding school system policies, academics, procedures or programs. Phone number: 301-766-2816 Email: email@example.com Donna Newcomer, director of human resources and professional learning For...
Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss speaks to students in Jefferson Co., W.Va. about learning firstname.lastname@example.orgIn something of a reprise of his popular film, "Mr. Holland's Opus," Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss sat in high school auditoriums Friday and lectured seniors on the subject of civics and the need to learn it. "Only about 4 percent of the students...
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email@example.comWashington County School Board Vice President W. Edward Forrest said the state's High School Assessment tests are an "incredible waste of resources." Forrest's comments came Tuesday after school system officials presented data from last year's assessment...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSchool-by-school average SAT scores from the last school year show some Washington County public schools experienced substantial increases while others had substantial decreases. “Every group of kids is different,” so it’s difficult...
Here are some of the things happening this week in Washington County Public Schools: Today Barbara Ingram School for the Arts — Theater showcase, 6:30 p.m. Boonsboro Elementary — Vision screenings for kindergarten, and grades one, three and...
email@example.comFor a stretch of Maryland from Bethesda to Frostburg, there is no center to celebrate the literary arts, according to Scot Slaby, the new lead literary arts teacher at The Barbara Ingram School for the Arts. Slaby said he sees no reason why such a center...
An independent and a Morgantown, W.Va., man who believes the white race is superior have become candidates in West Virginia's special election for governor, gathering enough voter signatures to obtain spots on the Oct. 4 ballot. The Secretary of State'...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGazing up into a night sky, it's easy to get swept off into the heavens. Thousands of stars appear, like diamonds on velvet, with more graduations of intensity than the naked eye can perceive. Rod Martin was no more than 5 years old when he peered...
email@example.comChanges in the job market and expectations for students have George Phillips, supervisor for career technology and enrichment programs for Washington County Public Schools, wondering about the life span of some of the construction trade programs such as...
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