The Cumberland City Police Department has organized events at both Fort Hill and Allegany High Schools in an effort to encourage students to celebrate safely and deter distracted and impaired driving as prom and graduation season approaches.
Flintstone Elementary School physical education teacher, Kari Brown, was honored at a surprise assembly on Friday, April 13, 2018, for being one of only two educators across the country selected for Project Fit America’s National All Star Teacher of the Year award.
Beall Elementary School’s Judy Center multi-age and pre-kindergarten programs recently achieved a Maryland EXCELS quality rating of five by the Maryland State Department of Education.
After much review by FEA of enrollment and geographic data, conducting a facility condition and needs assessment, and educational adequacy appraisal, FEA updated the members of the Blue Ribbon Commission on the progress of their preliminary work so far.
The Allegany County Association of Student Councils (ACASC) recently held its annual elections for the non-voting Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB) and association officers for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Greenway Avenue Stadium Capital Improvement Fund Committee has recently been formed in an effort to raise funds for the continued renovation of Greenway Avenue Stadium.
The Allegany County Association of Student Councils hosted a mental health forum at the Center for Career and Technical Education in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of mental health and to provide attendees with resources that could be helpful to anyone coping with mental illness.
Maryland Schools Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon talks about Maryland's ongoing effort to ensure the safety of all Maryland students.