The Allegany County Public School System has recently responded to specific instances of bed bugs and head lice in schools.
On Tuesday, October 14, 2014, six area credit unions from Allegany County and the Western Maryland Chapter and District of Columbia Credit Union Association, along with the Maryland and District of Columbia Credit Union Association, hosted the Semi-Annual Financial Reality Fair entitled “Dollars and Sense”, for area high school students
Internationally known lecturer, Dr. Sam Rhine, presented the 2014 Genetic Update Conference in the Lane Center at Frostburg State University to more than 300 Allegany County Public Schools high school students and their biology teachers.
Maryland students—who have led the nation in AP success for eight years—recorded more improvement in both Advanced Placement (AP) assessment participation and success in 2014, according to newly released data.
Three Allegany County Public School students from Allegany and Mountain Ridge High Schools were recently named Commended Students in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
A ghost tour of historic Cumberland will be conducted on Saturday, October 25, 2014. All proceeds from this year’s tour will be donated to the Allegany County Public School Project Y.E.S. program.
Students in Ms. Wenjing Gong’s Mandarin Chinese I, II, and III classes at Allegany, Fort Hill, and Mountain Ridge High Schools recently traveled to the University of Maryland to participate in a Chinese Language and Culture Festival.