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  • ACPS Graduation Rate Continues to Climb, Dropout Rate Decreases

    Allegany County Public Schools’ graduation rate continues to climb, according to data released on Tuesday, January 27, 2015, by the Maryland State Department of Education

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  • MABE Calls for Action in Annapolis to Restore Education Budget Cuts

    On January 26, 2015, state budget analysts briefed the Delegates and Senators on the Appropriations and Budget committees on the Governor's proposed budget, which cuts more than $144 million in education funding.

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  • School Board VP to Serve on MABE's Ad Hoc Committee on School Funding Adequacy

    Allegany County Board of Education vice-president, Dr. Edward Root, has been selected to serve on the Maryland Association of Boards of Education’s (MABE) Ad Hoc Committee on the Study of School Funding Adequacy in Maryland.

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  • MABE Opposes Proposal to Adopt Mandated Statewide Post-Labor Day Start Date for Maryland Public Schools

    The Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE), representing all twenty-four local boards of education in the State, opposes the adoption of a statewide prohibition on starting the school year before Labor Day.

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  • Former ACPS Educator and School Board Member Passes Away

    On Monday, January 19, 2015, the Allegany County Public School System lost a former colleague and friend with the passing of Enordo “Moose” Arnone. He was 81 years old.

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  • Allegany County Public Schools Prepare to Administer PARCC Assessments

    Allegany County Public Schools, along with all other school systems in Maryland, begins full implementation of the new Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) State assessments in reading and mathematics this school year.

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  • School System Extends 2nd Marking Period due to Loss of Instructional Days

    The Allegany County Public School System will extend the end of the second marking period of the 2013-2014 school year as a result of losing four instructional days due to inclement weather.

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