Seven members of Allegany High School’s student organization, Future Business Leaders of America, have demonstrated “excellence in action” and qualified to advance to the 2014 National FBLA State Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
Fifteen students from the Center for Career and Technical Education recently participated in the Maryland Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference April 10-12, 2014, in Hunt Valley, Maryland.
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 6th Semi-Annual Financial Reality Fair entitled “Dollars and Sense”, for area high school students.
The school board honored seven students for their participation in All State Chorus as well as three Mountain Ridge student State Champions.
The Carson Scholars Fund has announced that 510 students across the country have been named 2014 Carson Scholars, and 704 students have renewed their Carson Scholar status.
The Community Trust Foundation presented a check in the amount of $12,000 from the CTF Ebert Family of Hope fund to the Allegany County Judy Center, to help provide childcare scholarships to families in need.
The Maryland State Department of Education has approved the Allegany County Public School System’s request of five days from the 180-day school year requirement due to the excessive number of school closings due to inclement weather.
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM C&O Canal Classroom Ribbon Cutting Ceremony