High schoolers test math skills in ACM competition
Allegany College of Maryland’s Tri-State Mathematics Scholarship Contest, which encourages and rewards high school math achievement, honored top individual and team winners at its recent 25th annual awards ceremony.
Southern High graduate earns degree from Gloucestershine
Catherine R. Donaldson, a 2000 graduate of Southern Garrett High School, graduated with merit from the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham, England.
National program aims to reduce bullying in local schools
Before she was killed in the Columbine High School shootings in 1999, student Rachel Scott touched people’s lives in simple ways.
Schools, higher education discuss how to keep teachers
When Eric Perfetti started teaching school more than 30 years ago, he didn’t have a mentor.
Audit: W.Va. college education not affordable
West Virginia’s higher education officials have yet to determine how much a college education should cost or take steps to ensure that obtaining a degree is an affordable option for state residents, says a legislative audit.
Candidate for ACM president Stewart discusses methods
Brad Stewart describes himself as an “extreme extrovert” and an ace fundraiser who takes a student-centered approach to leading a community college.
FSU approaches fundraising goal
At a gala celebration honoring leading donors, Frostburg State University and the FSU Foundation set the stage for the final push of Staking Our Claim: The Campaign for Frostburg. With less than a year left to go, the campaign has reached 92 percent of its $15 million goal.
‘YES’ to Gettysburg
Project YES students from Fort Hill, Allegany, Mountain Ridge and the Career Center, along with the four YES coordinators, took a fieldtrip to Gettysburg, Pa., and had an opportunity to visit the Battlefield Museum and the Cyclorama, eat lunch at General Picketts Buffet, and take an educational Eerie Legends walking tour.
Frost Elementary names honor students for first nine weeks
Frost Elementary School has an-nounced the Principal’s Choice Award winners for the first nine weeks.
Frostburg State a member of renewable energy council
To further the study and implementation of renewable energy and create a more sustainable campus, Frostburg State University has joined the American Council on Renewable Energy as an institutional member of its Higher Education Committee.
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