Maryland School News and Updates

School Open Houses Winter 2018

A school is like a family, each one has its own feel and environment. Will your child and family feel comfortable there? Learning is much easier when everyone feels at home. Visiting a school is the best way to decide if that school meets the needs of your child. Take advantage of the following open house dates at Maryland schools. Don't see a school you want to visit, or the open house is over? Don't let that stop you, give admissions a call and they will take you on a tour and answer all of your questions.

 

Free STEAM Program

Open House
January 21
3pm-4:15pm

Open House and Storytime
January 31
9:15am-10:15am

Annapolis
410-263-9044
alephbet.org

 
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Middle School Open House
January 10
9am-10:30am

  Lower School Annapolis Open House 
January 12
9am-10:30am

Lower School Severn Open House
January 23
9am-10:30am

Annapolis, Severn
410-519-5300
aacsonline.org

 
   Christ Episcopal Church
Day School
 


February 7

March 15


Stevensville
410-643-8248
cecds.org

 
 

  First Baptist School of Laurel 



January 30 
6:30pm

Laurel
301-490-1076
fbslaurel.com



Bowie, 301-262-5355
Glenn Dale, 301-464-3215
htrinity.org

 

 

2-5 year olds (with parent):
February 23, 9am-10am

  Walk in Wednesdays (both campuses) 
 February 21
9:30am-11am

Crownsville
Lower/Middle School: 
410-923-3660
Upper School: 410-849-5151
indiancreekschool.org

 


Visit Key! 

  Call to schedule an individual tour  


Annapolis

410-263-9231
 

March 9
9am-11am


Edgewater
410-266-0952
standrewsum.org

 
  Lower School (Pre-school - 5th Grade)  

Early School (Pre-School & Pre-K):
February 9
10am
March 8
10am

Severna Park
410-647-7700
severnschool.com

 
 Severn Run Classical Christian
Homeschool Academy  

February 6
8:30am-12:30pm

February 8
8:30am-12:30pm

Millersville
202-316-1907
srccha.org

 
January 31 
9am-12pm & 7pm-8pm


Severna Park

410-647-9651
stjohnspschool.org

 

January 18
9:15am-11:15am

January 19
9:15am-11:15am

Annapolis
410-757-2333
stmargaretsdayschool.org
 


January 17
9:30am-11:30am & 5pm-7pm

Severna Park
410-647-7055
stmartinsmd.org

 


January 31
7pm
February 7
7pm
February 10
9am
March 16
9am

 

 
Annapolis
410-269-1955
stmartinsonline.org
 

 

Walk in Wednesdays 
Weekly at 9am
Annapolis
410-263-2869
St. Paul's
Lutheran School


February 12
February 22
March 19

Glen Burnie
410-766-5790
stpaulsgb.org

Open House:
April 7
9am

Drop-In Tours at 9am:

February 7
February 21

March 14
April 18
May 9
May 23


Edgewater

410-798-0005
thesummitschool.org

April 18
6pm-8pm

Centreville
410-758-2922

School Meal Programs Rules Relaxed

First Lady Michelle Obama championed improved nutrition standards for school meal programs during her time in the White House. Nutrition advocates said the rules were necessary to ensure healthier options for children, which would hopefully curb growing rates of childhood obesity.

Day of activities for homeschoolers at Calvert Marine Museum

signal flagsCalling all homeschoolers. The Calvert Marine Museum is hosting a Homeschool Day on Wednesday, April 24 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

The theme of this spring's day is Working on the Water. Homeschool participants are invited to explore a wide range of hands-on activities that focus on our maritime heritage. Fee is $4 per person for 5-years and up, including members.

Throughout the day on-going activities include building your own wooden toy boat using real tools; trying your hand at navigating a radio controlled model boat; learning how to use signal flags to send a message; using traditional block and tackle to demonstrate leverage; experimenting with prisms to discover how the lighthouse lens works; learning basic nautical knots.

Glen Burnie High collecting jeans for homeless teens

jeansHave a spare pair of gently used jeans? Consider donating them to homeless teens through Glen Burnie High School's Teens for Jeans drive.

Glen Burnie High is participating in the annual Teens for Jeans drive in partnership with Aeropostale at Marley Station Mall. Tyler Johns, a senior at Glen Burnie and employee at Aeropostale, is coordinating the 2015 drive which is organized by Aero and DoSomething.org in order to meet the need for the most requested item at homeless shelters — jeans.

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