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McFayden named as Teacher of the Year

McFayden named as Teacher of the Year

Melissa "Missy" McFayden, a pre-kindergarten teacher at Ridgely Elementary School, was named Caroline County Public Schools Teacher of the Year on May 2, much to her surprise.  "I can't believe it!" McFayden said, minutes after the announcement was made in front of staff, students and parents gathered for Field Day. "I don't think I've wiped the smile off my face." McFayden is finishing her seventh year at the school. She was nominated for the first time last year.

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Villa Julie Becomes First Maryland Private Institution to Offer RN to BS Program Completely Online

Villa Julie Becomes First Maryland Private Institution to Offer RN to BS Program Completely Online

In its continuing effort to combat the nursing shortage in Maryland and across the country, Villa Julie College has unveiled plans to also offer its RN to BS nursing degree option completey online.  This new option will allow working nurses to earn an accredited bachelor's degree at their own pace without disrupting their personal and professional lives. 

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MHEC to Provide Grants to Improve Teacher Quality

MHEC to Provide Grants to Improve Teach Quality

The Maryland Higher Education Commission is accepting proposals from institutions of higher education interested in providing teacher training as part of the federal government's "No Child Left Behind".  The purpose of the grants is to provide professional development to teachers and principals in core academic subject areas.

 

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Northwood teacher named city's best

Northwood teacher named city's best

Kristin Covaleskie hid her face behind her long brown hair as her principal, the Baltimore schools CEO and an entourage of administrators, fellow teachers, and media streamed into her classroom yesterday and interrupted her lesson.

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Baltimore Alums Called to Community Service

Baltimore Alums Called to Community Service

Johns Hopkins alumni are often asked to give back to the university. Now, a call has been made for them to give back to Baltimore.  On Saturday, local alumni will join current Johns Hopkins students and staff for the SOURCE Spring Tri-School Day of Service, a full slate of community service projects held across East Baltimore.

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