Maryland Business Roundtable for Education’s Next Generation Scholars Program to See First Group of Allegany County Seniors Graduate in Spring 2021
The 2020–2021 academic year will see more than 595 students from the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education’s (MBRT) Next Generation Scholars program prepare to graduate from high schools in Allegany, Caroline, Dorchester, Kent and Wicomico counties, including 42 from Fort Hill High School.
MARYLAND STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHEDULES VIRTUAL COMMUNITY FORUMS FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH
The Maryland State Board of Education (State Board) has scheduled virtual community forums to gather public input regarding the search for the next State Superintendent.
On Wednesday, November 4, 2020, the Allegany County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Allegany! Class of 2020 participated in the program’s annual Education Day co-hosted by the Allegany County Public Schools, Allegany College of Maryland, and Frostburg State University.
As a result of increased health metrics related to COVID-19 in Allegany County, ACPS is cancelling all in-person extra-curricular activities and athletics events and practices effective today, Thursday, November 5, 2020, beginning with afternoon activities.
As a result of the shortened school day for elementary schools during the hybrid learning model, Allegany County Public Schools, in cooperation with the City of Cumberland, have made temporary changes to the traffic patterns in front of two schools to better coincide with dismissal times.
On Wednesday, October 14, 2020, more than 100 school board members and education leaders from across the state gathered virtually for the Maryland Association of Boards of Education Annual Business Meeting and Conference.
PRINCIPAL'S LIST AWARDS
Kindergarten-Second Grade- Students must receive no more than 5 N’s in all subject areas and have all O’s or S’s in Social Skills/Work Habits. Students have two days absent or less and three or less unexcused tardies.
Third-Fifth Grade- Students must have all A’s and B’s in all subject areas and all O’s or S’s in Social Skills/Work Habits. Students have two days absent or less and three or less unexcused tardies.GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARDS
Pre-K: A student must receive a 3 or a 2 under Personal and Social Skills.
Kindergarten: All students need to achieve either a 3 or a 2 under Social Skills/Work Habits.
First and Second Grade: Students must receive an S or O in all indicators under Social Skills/Work Habits and an S or O rating in all indicators that address work habits for Reading, Language Arts/Writing, Handwriting, Science/Health, and Social Studies and in the last two indicators in Media, Music, Physical Education, and Art.
Third Grade: Students must receive an S or O rating in all indicators under Social Skills/Work Habits and in the indicators that address work habits for Reading, Language Arts/Writing, Handwriting, Spelling, Science/Health, and Social Studies and an S or O rating for the last two indicators in Media, Music, Physical Education, and Art.
Fourth and Fifth Grade: Students must receive an S or O rating in the last two indicators for Art, Music, and Media and in the last three indicators in Physical Education. Students must earn an S or an O in Instrumental Music if applicable and Work Habits/Social Habits must be satisfactory.