It’s every students favorite notification: “Howard County schools are closed today for inclement weather.” But who really makes the call. Here’s an inside look at the HoCo “Snow Man.”
The Pulsera Project has made its way into Ms. Street’s AP Spanish Language classes’ curriculum in order to help raise money for artisans in Nicaragua and Guatemala by selling their handmade bracelets and purses.
Students across the country work to have their voices heard in the wake of the Parkland, Florida school shooting in mid-February.
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.
Hurricane Harvey brought devastation to Texas’s Oleson Elementary community, so the Atholton Student Leadership Cadre (SLC) is organizing an ongoing school-wide movement to raise funds and materials, aiming to aid in the school and its surrounding community’s recovery process.
The Howard County Board of Education has affirmed changes concerning school start times and the new calendar.
Tim Sciannella Arts Editor First English, then math, and now…science? Howard County is changing its science curriculum to better fit the state’s requirements. However, there is one thought on student’s and teacher’s minds: […]
On January 21st, 2017, millions of people around the world united to promote women’s rights.
On December 7, Freshman Chera Yoon won the Congress Debate at Marriotts Ridge
Atholton’s Key Club helped the antique store Sweet Elizabeth Jane after the Ellicott City flood.