Humpty Dumpty adds new staff
Humpty Dumpty Learning Center welcomed new staff for the fall 2010-2011 school year.
Seminar on toys set Wednesday
The Allegany County Board of Education’s Family Support Services will sponsor a seminar titled Toys … The Importance of Play on Wednesday in the media center at South Penn Elementary School from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
In Brief - Education - November 14, 2010
• Garrett College will be holding an evening open house for the public on Thursday starting at 6 p.m.; Frostburg State University will present an informational meeting for prospective students for the master of arts in teaching and master of business administration programs at 6 p.m. (MAT) and 7 p.m. (MBA) on Tuesday in Pullen Hall, room 141 on the FSU campus.; Joshua Shingler of Barton has been accepted to the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima to begin classes in the January session.
Frostburg State University fraternities, sororities raise money for eight charities
Eight recognized Frostburg State University fraternities and sororities raised a total of $6,887 for eight charities as part of FSU’s Leadership and Homecoming festivities this year.
Lighthouse Academy lists honor students
Ray James, administrator of Lighthouse Christian Academy, has reported that the following junior and senior high school students have obtained the honor roll for the first quarter marking period of the 2010-11 school year.
Geologist to speak at FSU
Frostburg State University’s Department of Geography will host Bernard Hubbard on Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Gunter Hall room 208.
‘Science in the Movies’ theme of chemistry week presentation
The Western Maryland Section of the American Chemical Society recently celebrated National Chemistry Week at the Allegany College of Maryland College Center Theatre. The theme of this year’s National Chemistry Week was Science in the Movies.
W.Va. judge transfers school dispute
A Morgantown man trying to stop plans for a new environmentally friendly school must take his case to Kanawha County.
WVU business school gift of $3M is largest yet
Virginia businessman Fred Tattersall is giving West Virginia University $3 million to endow a faculty chair position in the College of Business and Economics.
School board reviews feasibility study for construction projects
It will be two or three years before any of the three school building projects being considered by the Allegany County Board of Education actually are ready for shovels and perhaps bulldozers, according to Vince Montana, the school system’s director of facilities.
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