The board certification is the highest teaching credential given to educators in the country.
Some Glen Burnie area teachers were among 45 educators at Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) who recently attained National Board Certification—the highest teaching credential given to educators in the country. More than 6,200 teachers nationwide earned the honor, and Anne Arundel County’s 45-member class put it seventh in the nation among school systems with certification recipients, according to an AACPS release. Below is a list of Glen Burnie area educators who earned the honor and where they teach: Click here to see the full list of teachers in the county.
Through the Kids Helping Kids program, Lindale Middle School donated 6,677 pounds of food—the fourth highest in the state.
Students from throughout Maryland who participated in the Maryland Food Bank's Kids Helping Kids program were honored on May 30 at the Halethorpe-based nonprofit group. Now in is 22nd year, Kids Helping Kids is a partnership between the Maryland Food Bank, the Maryland State Department of Education, Harvest for the Hungry, as well as local soup kitchens, pantries and shelters, according to the organization. This year, 515 schools participated in the campaign. Students collected 462,497 pounds of food and raised $120,814 in donations, food bank officials said. Lindale Middle School hosted a weeklong Stuff a Truck event in January when staff and faculty camped out on school grounds in an effort to collect food donations to give to the Anne …