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  • Friday, May 06, 2016 5:01 AM 
     
    All schools are operating in accordance with the published school calendar. 
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  • Crime Solvers of Allegany and Mineral Counties Make Donation to Project Y.E.S.

    Members of the Crime Solvers of Allegany and Mineral Counties recently made a donation to the Project Y.E.S. (Youth Experiencing Success) Program at Fort Hill High School in memory of Trooper Dick Alderton.

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  • UMCES Appalachian Lab Celebrates Johnson Award's 25th Anniversary

    Through corporate sponsorships and individual donations, over $11,000 was raised to support the Richard A. Johnson Environmental Education Award Endowment Fund and event.

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  • STEM Festival at FSU, Appalachian Lab to Get Hands-On with Science

    Area youth are invited to experience the fun of science, technology, engineering and math at the annual Western Maryland STEM Festival on Saturday, May 7, 2016.

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  • South Penn Holds Fundraiser to Benefit Schwab Family Cancer Center

    For the third consecutive year, South Penn Elementary School’s physical education teacher, Mark Harbaugh, has organized an event to raise money for the Schwab Family Cancer Center at the Western Maryland Health System.

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  • Streamlined State Assessments to be Administered

    Maryland students in grades 3-8 and high school will begin to take state assessments next week, using a new, streamlined format.

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  • ACPS High School Students Hear Presentations on Heroin Crisis

    Since last spring, more than 1,000 Allegany County Public School high schoolers have had the opportunity during health classes to hear presentations on the area’s heroin epidemic.

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  • Allegany Athletic Director Recognized as One of Thirteen 2016 ADs of the Year

    Allegany High School Athletic Director, Duane McMinn, was recently recognized for the second time as a Certified Master Athletic Administrator by the Maryland State Athletic Directors Association for District 1A.

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