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High school students from Glen Burnie schools were among those recognized.
The Glen Burnie school will graduate its first 50 STEM students next week, according to the Maryland Gazette.
Several senior athletes at Northeast High School were honored at the school’s senior banquet Tuesday night.
More than 70 new teachers will be hired for the 2012-2013 school year, but current teachers will not receive a pay raise.
The group discussed its future along with school start times, classroom sizes and the allocation of new teachers in the county.
Crofton Elementary, Severna Park High schools are moved up on the construction schedule under the proposed budget.
Glen Burnie area schools are set to receive nearly $2.4 million for construction projects.
The two-spot athlete at Northeast High School will attend Lycoming College is the fall to play football.
The Northeast High School track star will attend Morgan State in the fall.
As the finish line for the new budget draws closer, officials are still days away from a solution.
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