Tag: Howard County

The Scariest Movie of All Time

Ever wondered what the scariest movie of all time is?

Dr. Martirano puts the Super in Superintendent

Earlier this spring, the arrival of Interim Superintendent Dr. Michael Martirano took HCPSS by storm, energizing the students and staff with “the fierce urgency of now.” In his six months tenure, the veteran educator has already revolutionized school system culture with his infectious enthusiasm and charisma.

Dr. Martirano Recommends Postponement of Redistricting Until 2020

Interim Superintendent Dr. Martirano officially recommended that the re-
districting in the 2018-2019 school year should be postponed until the 2020-2021 school year.

7 Easy Steps to Earn an A on Your Next Test

With the following tips you will never endure this devastation ever again.

UPDATE: Revision to Redistricting Plan

On September 11th, Allan Kittleman, the county executive for Howard County, sent out a Facebook post issuing the possible postponement of the 2018 school redistricting.

Closing the AP Enrollment Gap Isn’t Black and White

In every school I’ve attended, I have been enrolled in mainly GT/AP classes. In each class, I am either the only black person or one of two to three black people.

What do you need the extra hour for?

What”s your opinion on the new school start time?

The 3rd Most Important Meal of the Day

Each summer kids are left home while their parents go to work. These kids are left home wondering what to eat. Wonder no more. Below is a list of foods that you should and should not eat while you are home alone for lunch.

A Round of Snaps for Atholton High School’s Poets

On Wednesday May 2, 2017, the Atholton Media Center transformed into a laid-back, mellow coffeehouse environment full of poetry, music, and calming snaps from the audience. With the help of Poetry Club and National English Honor Society (NEHS), Atholton’s annual Poetry Night extravaganza was a success.

The Race is On for Student Member of the Board

On April 19th, the Howard County Association of Student Councils hosted a forum to showcase both of the candidates for Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB). The Raider Review covered the event. Here is a rundown of our prospective SMOBs for the 2017-2018 school year.