The Board of Education of Allegany County hosted the 27th Annual Teacher of the Year Banquet at Mountain Ridge High School, and five ACPS educators were honored for their dedication and commitment to student success.
Allegany High School English teacher, William Santilli, cut off nearly thirteen inches of his hair to be donated to a charity that make wigs for children suffering from long-term hair loss from any medical diagnosis.
The Allegany High School and Fort Hill High School cheerleading squads recently competed in the Ocean City Reach the Beach National Cheerleading Competition.
This year, as part of its ongoing work to support the Allegany County Collaboration for Environmental Literacy, the Evergreen Heritage Center continued its grade-wide environmental education field trips for Allegany County Public Schools and Head Start students.
The Regional Math Science Center (RMSC) at Frostburg State University is accepting applications for a summer program targeted towards students in grades 8 through 10.
Allegany County Public Schools has partnered for the third year in a row with the Allegany County Department of Public Works, Maryland DNR Forest Service, as well as area environmental agency volunteers to plant trees on April 22, 2015, for Earth Day.