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  • Wednesday, April 25, 2018 9:25 PM 
     
    All schools are operating in accordance with the published school calendar. 
     
     
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Latest News

  • School System Requesting Nominations for Employee Recognition Awards

    “You Raise Me Up” recognition awards will be presented to two ACPS employees whose actions are characteristic of someone who goes above and beyond the normal course of duty and responsibility to help students reach higher levels of success.

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  • Allegany's Varsity Mock Trial Team Wins State Championship

    Allegany High School’s varsity Mock Trial team, under the direction of Brian White, won the 2018 State Championship title by defeating Richard Montgomery High School (Montgomery County) at the Maryland Court of Appeals in Annapolis.

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  • Breakthrough Junior Challenge 2018 Open for Submissions

    Breakthrough Junior Challenge is an annual, global competition for students, designed to inspire creative thinking about science.

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  • Full STEAM Ahead with ACCESS Program a Success in ACPS

    The Full STEAM Ahead with ACCESS program has allowed Allegany County Public Schools to provide a high quality after school program for each of the four middle schools in the county.

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  • Allegany’s Student Council Earns Award at State Convention

    Allegany High School’s Student Council recently received the 2017-2018 Felix Simon Award for Leadership and Service at this year’s Maryland Association of Student Councils’ (MASC) Convention in Ocean City, Maryland.

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  • Biomedical Science Students Visit ACM, ACHD

    The junior classes of Biomedical Science from Allegany, Fort Hill and Mountain Ridge High Schools recently visited Allegany College of Maryland (ACM) and the Allegany County Health Department (ACHD).

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  • CPD Plans Car Crash Reenactments in Preparation for High School Proms

    The Cumberland City Police Department has organized events at Fort Hill, Mountain Ridge, 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.

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