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  • Four Cases of Mumps Confirmed at Fort Hill

    Lab testing has confirmed four cases of mumps at Fort Hill High School. In response to the outbreak, the Allegany County Health Department and the Allegany County Board of Education, in cooperation with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are planning an after-school vaccination clinic at Fort Hill for students and staff to receive a booster dose of the MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) vaccine.

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  • Maryland's State Superintendent Leaving for New Challenge

    The Maryland State Board of Education has accepted with regret the resignation of Lillian M. Lowery, Ed.D, State Superintendent of Schools, who will become President and Chief Executive Officer of FutureReady Columbus, an education non-profit corporation with an initial focus on early childhood education, public policy, and community engagement.

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  • ARC Approves Grant to Board of Education for Fiber Extension

    The Appalachian Regional Commission announced the approval of a grant in the amount of $110,000 to the Allegany County Board of Education for the Fiber Extension - Downtown Cumberland & Board of Education Fiber Route Project.

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  • FSU to Host Annual 2015 Genetic Update Conference

    Frostburg State University will host the annual 2015 Genetic Update Conference on October 13, 2015, presented by internationally known lecturer, Dr. Sam Rhine.

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  • Allegany High School Students Win at State FBLA Competition

    Future Business Leaders of America of Allegany High School attended the state conference at Hunt Valley on April 23-25, 2015.

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  • Maryland Drivers Reduce School Bus Stop Arm Violations, MSDE Finds

    Drivers are paying greater attention to the stop arms on school buses, a new Maryland State Department of Education-sponsored survey has found.

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  • Students Must Have New Immunizations for Entry into 7th Grade

    Beginning last school year, there are two new immunization requirements for children entering the seventh grade, which include a Tdap (Tetanus, Diptheria, Pertussis) and a Meningococcal vaccination.

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