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  • School Board Meeting Scheduled for May 11th at Mountain Ridge

    The Allegany County Board of Education will meet on Tuesday, May 11, 2021, at 4:30 p.m., at Mt. Ridge High School, 100 Dr. Nancy Grasmick Lane, Frostburg, MD.

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  • Three ACPS Students Earn Scholarships to Frostburg State University

    Three Allegany County Public School students were recently selected as 2021 recipients of the WCBC/Frostburg State University annual High School Student Salute Program scholarships.

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  • ACPS to Host Virtual Financial Literacy Entrepreneurial Competition

    In conjunction with National Financial Literacy Month, which is recognized annually each April, Allegany County Public Schools will offer middle school students in Grades 7 and 8 the opportunity to participate in a virtual Financial Literacy Entrepreneurial competition.

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  • Four ACPS Mathletes Qualify as Semifinalists in Mathcounts Video Challenge

    Four students from the Mathcounts programs at Westmar and Mount Savage Middle Schools have qualified as semifinalists for the Mathcounts National Math Video Challenge.

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  • National History Day Winners Announced

    Each year, National History Day frames students’ research within a historical theme. The theme for 2020-2021 is “Communication in History: The Key to Understanding.”

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  • ACPS to Hold Graduation Ceremonies on May 26th

    Allegany County Public Schools will hold graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2021 on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, with May 27th and 28th serving as rain dates if necessary.

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  • School Board Votes to Return to Full Days of Instruction Beginning March 22nd

    The school board voted at their March 9th meeting in favor of the Superintendent’s recommendation to transition students from half-days of instruction to full days beginning March 22nd.

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  • MARYLAND BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE FOR EDUCATION EXPANDS ALLEGANY COUNTY TEAM

    Long-time Cumberland resident Carrie Pannone is named as the nonprofit organization’s new state program manager and Mount Savage resident Leonard Webb will be filling Pannone’s vacant position as Next Generation Scholars program coordinator.

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  • ACPS to Live Stream Athletic Events through NFHS Network

    Allegany County Public Schools will live stream all junior varsity and varsity football, soccer, and volleyball games through the National Federation of State High School (NFHS) Associations beginning with the Mountain Ridge at Allegany varsity football game on Friday, March 5, 2021.

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  • ACPS to Pilot 1-Year Certificate Program in Cybersecurity through ACM

    Allegany County Public Schools will pilot a one-year Cybersecurity Certificate through Allegany College of Maryland beginning next year in an effort to increase opportunities for seniors on an abbreviated schedule to participate in career and technology areas and earn college credits.

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  • ACPS Still Under Capacity Limitations for Athletics

    As a result of this order for outdoor and indoor capacity at athletic events, ACPS will provide two tickets to each participating student for both home and away events.

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  • ACPS Begins to Welcome Students Back to Buildings Beginning March 1st

    Staff will continue to review options to provide students with more in-person learning opportunities in the near future, and these options will be discussed further with the elected board at the March 9th school board meeting.

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  • Continued High Marks for Maryland Students on Advanced Placement Success

    Maryland student success in the Advanced Placement (AP) program remains steady, and high participation rates on the rigorous tests continue.

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