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Annapolis High School

‘The Anchor’ School Newspaper

Anne Arundel County Public Schools; Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- The Anchor is one of the official student voices of Annapolis High School. The Anchor earned first place in its school enrollment category, from among more than 40 submissions nationwide in the Annual American Scholastic Press Association competition.  Out of 1,000 possible points, The Anchor earned 905.  The Annapolis school newspaper was compared for content coverage, page design, art, advertising, illustrations, editing and creativity against public schools nationwide with similar-sized student populations.  The Anchor publishes clusters of articles around a theme, and often does spreads on school-wide events.  Anchor coverage has not shied away from issues of teen sex, pregnancy, homosexuality, alcohol use and abuse.  Students interviewed on controversial subjects, like teen parenting, are given anonymity.  The paper is reader-friendly and now includes a new Espanol page.

 

Appeal Elementary School

  Staff & Students

Calvert County Public Schools

Nominated by Laurie Haynie, Appeal Elementary School

 

- In the last three years, Appeal Elementary and its staff and students have worked tirelessly to increase the number of students performing at the proficient and advanced levels in reading and math on the Maryland School Assessment. As a result, it is no longer a school “in need of improvement” because of lagging test scores. Further, they have worked to decrease the gap between the performance of its African American and White students. In addition, Appeal students raised more than $1,000 for Hurricane Relief efforts; donated more than 2,500 cans to a local food pantry; and 60 students signed up to run in a local 5K race to raise money for Arthritis research. Appeal Elementary School is a success story and demonstrates the PRIDE you can have in Maryland Public Schools.

 

Arundel High School

Anne Arundel County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Young Men of Character, a club in its second year at Arundel High School, helps “boys build friendships, mentor younger students, and push each other to grow up right.” The group, approximately 15 young men, meets every Friday, where they forge strong community bonds, friendships, and support each other. Zsavelle Smack, their mentor and Technology Education has become a father-figure to many. In addition, the young men mentor younger students, fifth-grade students at Odenton Elementary School, which gives many of them a sense a purpose.

 

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

Baltimore City Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

-  During the National History Day competition, students from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute took 13 prizes in central Maryland to qualify for the state contest. Winners of the state championship will move on to the national competition. The theme was “Triumph Over Tragedy.”  In all, 22 students were involved in the winning projects in the History Channel-sponsored event, and traveled to the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. to do their research.

 

The Benfield Singers

Benfield Elementary School

Anne Arundel County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Under the direction of music instructor, Margaret Weidner, a group of five fifth-grade students, all soprano singers, were chosen to take part in this year’s National Conference for the Organization of American Kodaly Educators (OAKE) in Denver. Katie Perunovich, Julia Springer, Evan Bradley-Lewis, Anna Linthicum, and Kathleen Taylor all performed at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House with third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade students from throughout North America. Singing a Hungarian song about a ladybird and the song “Sahayta” the students all showed their hard work and made their community proud. They also committed to attend six extra rehearsals at school, in addition to their regimented rehearsals twice a week before school.

 

Berlin Intermediate School

Worcester County Board of Education

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Berlin Intermediate School was one of only three Maryland public schools to receive the 2007-2008 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Schools of Distinction in Arts Education Award for its outstanding achievement in arts education. Under the leadership of Principal John Gaddis, this is the first time in the history of the Kennedy Center Awards program that three of the five schools chosen for this national recognition are from one great state – Maryland. We commend you for extraordinary leadership and promoting student achievement by providing high-quality learning opportunities through the arts.

 

Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School – Music Department
Montgomery County Public Schools
Nominated by Kate Harrison, MCPS

 

- Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School music department was one of four recipients of a special “GRAMMY on the Hill” award from the Washington, D.C. Recording Academy at a ceremony. The awards were presented to groups or individuals who have demonstrated outstanding support for the musical arts, musicians, and music education programs. Past winners include Natalie Cole and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School is one of 41 GRAMMY Foundation signature schools with more than one-fourth of students participating in one or more music classes. 

 

2005 – 2006

Blue Ribbon Schools

Nominated by Maryland State Department of Education

 

-          Severna Park Middle School

Anne Arundel County Public Schools

 

-          Ridgely Middle School

Baltimore County Public Schools

 

-          Bainbridge Elementary School

Cecil County Public Schools

 

-          Northern Middle School

Garrett County Public School

 

-          Clarkesville Middle School

Howard County Public Schools

 

-          Thomas W. Pyle Middle School

Montgomery County Public Schools

 

-          Glenarden Woods Elementary School

            Prince George’s County Public Schools

 

Dr. Rayner Brown Elementary School,

Cross Country Elementary/Middle School,

Hampstead Hill Elementary Middle School

Baltimore City Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Students from Rayner Brown Elementary School, Cross Country Elementary/Middle, and Hampstead Hill Elementary won Maryland State Chess Championship titles at Towson University. Nine Baltimore City elementary and kindergarten through grade eight schools completed in grade-level matches against more than 60 public and private school teams from the across the state in varsity and junior varsity divisions.  Baltimore City schools swept championships at the primary eel and captured trophies in all five divisions that were entered. 

 

Catoctin High School

Frederick County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Catoctin High School raised $1,400 for families in need at the 8th Annual Empty Bowls Banquet/Choralfest/Art Show, in February 2007. Proceeds from the event went to the Catoctin Area Community Agency School Services (CASS) organization, which is part of the Frederick County Public Schools system, and will pay for food, medical bills and gas vouchers for families in need in northern Frederick County.

 

Church Hill Elementary School Staff

Queen Anne’s County Public Schools

Nominated by Janet Pauls, QACPS

 

- Church Hill Elementary School was selected as the first recipients of the Fox 45 and Dunkin Donuts Hometown Heroes Award. Not only does the school have the county’s Teacher of the Year, but they also have the Guidance Counselor of the Year. Church Hill Elementary School is truly a community involved school. After a student tragedy, the school jumped into action by supplying the student’s family with money, food, and encouragement. They are awesome hometown heroes in a small hometown. 

 

Churchville Elementary School

Patriot Program

Harford County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- At Churchville Elementary School, students are learning what it means to be a “Patriot.” Through the Patriot Program, fifth-grade students work towards learning the Pledge of Allegiance and its meaning, the Preamble of the Constitution, the definition of an American Patriot, the names and locations of the 50 states, the American’s Creed, the Gettysburg Address, and Flag Etiquette, as well as writing a report on a President or Patriot and completing a community service project. This culminates in a Patriot Assembly at the end of the year, attended by Council Members, State Senators and Delegates, U.S. Senate Representatives, and MSDE Staff.

 

Crellin Elementary School - Corps of Discovery Award

Garrett County Public Schools

Nominated by Rebecca Bell, MSDE

 

- The fifth grade students at Crellin Elementary School wrote persuasive letters to their principal encouraging her to nominate them for the Presidential Environmental Youth Award (PEYA).  In those letters they reflected on their role in the development of the Environmental Education Laboratory (EEL), discussed what they have learned about the environment, and why the project was such a good idea.  The letters were compiled and submitted as part of the Crellin Corps of Discovery. The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) sponsors the PEYA award.  EPA divides the US into ten regions, and each region has one winning project.  Crellin Elementary School won the Corps of Discovery Award in this region and will be lauded at the White House in Washington, D.C.

 

Cromwell Valley Elementary School

Baltimore County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

-Cromwell Valley Elementary School has been selected for a Magnet Schools of America (MSA) Merit Award as a Magnet School of Excellence. This award is based on a commitment to high academic standards, curriculum innovation, successful desegregation/diversity efforts, and the consistent delivery of high quality education to students.

 

Dr. Charles R. Drew Elementary School

Montgomery County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Dr. Charles R. Drew Elementary School was one of only three Maryland public schools to receive the 2007-2008 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Schools of Distinction in Arts Education Award for its outstanding achievement in arts education. Under the leadership of Principal Gail Scott-Parizer, this is the first time in the history of the Kennedy Center Awards program that three of the five schools chosen for this national recognition are from one great state – Maryland. We commend you for extraordinary leadership and promoting student achievement by providing high-quality learning opportunities through the arts.

 

Dunbarton Middle School

Operation Appreciation

Baltimore County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

-Students at Dunbarton Middle School submitted about 300 letters to the Operation Appreciation initiative, which is a statewide campaign in which Maryland students write letters thanking veterans, military personnel, and their families for their service to the country. The letters are collected and distributed by Blue Star Families.

 

Fort Hill High School Environmental & Earth Science Students
Allegany County Public Schools, Fort Hill High School
Nominated by Carole Diehl, Fort Hill High School

- Environmental and Earth Science students at Fort Hill High School in Cumberland, MD perform a variety of environmental projects in the laboratory as well as in the field including global warming experiments and visits to Rocky Gap State Park to study Chesapeake Bay watershed.

Frederick County Automotive Technology Team

Frederick County Career and Technology Center

Frederick County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- The Frederick County Automotive Technology Team of Michael Thompson and Scott Jones was the first place winner in the Automotive Youth Educational System (AYES) competition, sponsored by the Maryland New Car and Truck Dealers Association (MNCTDA). The competition tested each student’s knowledge, skills and abilities in the areas of Steering and Alignment, Brakes, Electrical/Electronic Systems, and Engine Performance in both practical application and written tests. Michael and Scott each received $7,500 scholarships for first place. Both are now eligible for the National Automotive Technology Competition at the New York International Auto Show this summer where they will be eligible to compete for more than $3 million in prizes including two new Chevrolet Cobalt automobiles.

 

George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology

Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Schools of Distinction in Arts Education Award

Baltimore County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

-Two of the five schools chosen from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Schools of Distinction in Arts Education Award are from Maryland. George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology and Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts both will receive a monetary award to support their arts education programs and may also be invited to perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. They both were recognized during the Arts Education in Maryland Schools (AEMS) Alliance Cultural Arts for Education Conference.

 

Hoops for Heart

Bel Air Middle School Physical Education Program

Harford County Public Schools

Nominated by Virginia Popiolek, Bel Air Middle School

 

- The Bel Air Middle School Physical Education program has been a national leader with the Hoops for Heart project.  The department has been number two in the nation by raising over $200,000 during the ten years of the program.  This program focuses on service learning, heart healthy information and healthy decision making skills.  Bel Air Middle School Physical Education Program is a Maryland State Demonstration School as well as a professional development center for undergraduate health and physical education students. In recent years, it has received two grants – MAHPERD grant for fitness and the AAHPERD grant for Hoops for Heart 2007.

 

Joppatowne High School

Harford County Public Schools

 

- Joppatowne High School has been selected as a national High Schools That Work (HSTW) Pacesetter School. This award is based on the success of local school leaders and teachers in improving school practices and raising student achievement. Joppatowne High School was one of only 30 HSTW schools and Technology Center That Work (TCTW) centers and the only school in the Maryland HSTW Network to receive the 2010 Pacesetter Award.

 

Kent County High School

Kent County Public Schools
Nominated by Robin Wefelmeyer, MSDE

- Kent County High School received the Gold Improvement Award at the High Schools That Work (HSTW) Annual Staff Development Conference in Atlanta, GA. The award is presented to schools that rank in the top 70 schools in the HSTW network that have shown the most improvement in Career and Technology Education student Achievement.

Liberty Elementary School
Frederick County Public Schools; Schools
Nominated by Linda Wiles, Liberty Elementary School Principal

- In Frederick County, Liberty Elementary students are on a quest for scientific discovery. In just 2 years (2002-2004), the Liberty Association of Scientists Engaged in Research—LASER—Club has grown under the direction of first grade teacher Kerina Rutter, from 6 to 42 students, and presented at the University of Maryland’s Kids’ Inquiry Conference.

Manchester Elementary School

Carroll County Public Schools; School

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Manchester Elementary School received national recognition for raising more than $33,000 dollars in funds towards a cure and treatments for diabetes. On April 6, 2005, parents, students and staff participated in the School Walk for Diabetes. In fact, Manchester’s efforts were so appreciated that the school received the National Championship banner and trophy. They were also recognized in Diabetes Dispatch Magazine and were featured at the American Diabetes Association National Volunteer Leadership Conference in November 2004.

 

2005 Maryland Green Schools & Green Centers

Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE)

Maryland Public Schools

Nominated by Carol Towle

 

- MAEOE's Green School Awards Program celebrates Maryland's model environmental education efforts, which combine classroom studies with the use of best management practices at schools and involve the community. These are noncompetitive awards to recognize and celebrate the achievement of schools meeting strict environmental education criteria. There are 10 new schools receiving Green School recognition this year:

 

Catoctin High School, Frederick County

Crellin Elementary, Garrett County

Elk Neck Elementary, Cecil County

Glyndon Elementary, Baltimore County

Hammond Elementary, Howard County

Medfield Heights Elementary, Baltimore City

Rosemount Elementary, Baltimore City

Scotchtown Hills Elementary, Prince George’s County

West Annapolis, Anne Arundel County

William Winchester Elementary, Carroll County

 

In addition there are 5 new Green Centers:

 

Harford Glen, Harford County

Hashawha Environmental Center and Bear Branch Nature Center, Carroll County

Irvine Nature Center, Baltimore County

Patuxent Research Refuge National Wildlife Visitor Center

Schmidt Center in Prince Georges County

 

National Blue Ribbon Schools 2004-2005

Clarksville Elementary, Folger McKinsey Elementary, Rock Hall Elementary, Showell Elementary, Sparks Elementary, Viers Mill Elementary – Kent County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

- Clarksville Elementary of Howard County, Folger McKinsey Elementary of Anne Arundel County, Rock Hall Elementary of Kent County, Showell Elementary of Worchester County, Sparks Elementary of Baltimore County, and Viers Mill Elementary of Montgomery County were all nominated for the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program for their efforts in closing the achievement gap between student subgroups.  These schools were honored at a banquet in March of 2005, by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., Dr. Nancy Grasmick, and other dignitaries. Four of these schools are in the top 10 percent of state schools at the elementary level, two are economically disadvantaged schools, but despite the deficit, within the past three years they have demonstrated dramatic improvement on the state assessments and are now in the top 30 percent of schools in the state of Maryland.

2006 National Title I Distinguished Schools

Nominated by Maryland State Department of Education

 

-          Preston Elementary School, Caroline County Public Schools

-          Bester Elementary School, Washington County Public Schools

-The National Association of State Title I Directors has named Preston Elementary School and Bester Elementary School as National Distinguished Title I Schools. Title I is the largest federal aid program in K-12 education, providing resources for schools that enroll large numbers of economically disadvantaged students. Preston Elementary School was honored for having two or more consecutive years of exceptional student performance. Bester Elementary School was honored for closing the achievement gap between student subgroups. The awards honor schools with a commitment to solid instruction across-the-board.

Ms. Gyolai & Ms. Flickinger’s Community Atlas Project Harford County Public Schools, Bakerfield Elementary School
Nominated by Eric Cromwell, Bakerfield Elementary School

-Bakerfield became the first elementary school in Maryland to complete a Community Atlas Project. Earth Systems Research Institute (ESRI)created the project as a way for students to define their community through maps. Students develop their skills and knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the output of the project is a Web site that describes their community. The view the students’ completed website visit: www.esri.com/industries/k12/atlas/.  Browse the 2003-2004 data for Bakerfield Elementary.

Meade Senior High School, Anne Arundel County Public Schools

  and Bonita Sims, Assistant Principal, Faculty, Staff and Students

Nominated by Joan Valentine, Principal

 

- Meade Senior High School, located on Fort Meade, beat the odds by making AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) during the 2005-06 school year, after being in School Improvement the year prior. Ms. Bonita Sims and her leadership team put together several unique and successful programs to help the school make AYP. These programs included, After School/Saturday Tutoring, Meade Reads, HSA Prep Rally and Student Incentives. “I would like to recognize my students, faculty, staff and community for helping Meade High School become one of five high schools in our county to meet AYP,” said Ms. Joan Valentine, Principal.

 

Newport Mills Middle School

Montgomery County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Newport Mill Middle School in Montgomery County has been named a National School of Character.  Each month, teachers from different subject areas teach lessons that focus on ‘character in action.’  The award is given by the Character Education Partnership (CEP), a national advocate for quality character education initiatives.  Principal McLeod believes, “Bringing together the academic and social/emotional development through character education is a very effective strategy for supporting student success.”  The school implemented a Peer Leadership project to raise students’ awareness of the effects of teasing and bullying; with the help of student input, the endeavor expanded to other areas throughout the school. A sound character education program supports the school’s initiatives and builds on the needs of the entire Newport Mill community.

 

Northern Garrett High School

Northern Middle School

4-H Team

Garrett County Public Schools

Nominated by Donna Watts, MSDE

 

- Northern Garrett High School won the ultimate award at the Maryland State Robotics competition in March 2010. The team won the Chairman’s Award, which is the highest award given in the First World Competition. The team also won the Engineering Inspiration Award the past two years in Pittsburgh and Ohio, which is the 2nd highest honor. Northern   Middle School competed in the Maryland Championships in February 2010. All five teams finished in the top 10 with the NXS Team (Fiery SnowBricks) winning the equivalent of the Chairman’s Award and a SXS Team (NEX-GEN) finished in 2nd place. This is the 3rd consecutive year the middle school teams won a state championship and qualified for the World Championship. In addition, the 4-H Team won both the Pennsylvania and Ohio FTC competitions. All three teams, high school, middle, and 4-H qualified for the World Championship.

 

Oxon Hill High School

Oxon Hill High School Choir

Stellar Award Nomination

Prince George’s County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- The Oxon Hill High School Choir, under the leadership of Dr. Emory Andrews, has been nominated for a Stellar Award in Category #25, “Children’s Project of the Year,” for their CD titled, “Amazing.”

 

2009 President’s Environmental Youth Awards (PEYA)

Mid-Atlantic Region Categorical Winners

Nominated by Rebecca Bell, MSDE

 

Dunloggin Middle School, Howard County – Stream Restoration/Wetland Construction Project;

Save the World! Environmental Club, Prince George’s County – Saving Mother Earth One Step at a Time;

Kennard Elementary School, Queen Anne’s County – Advanced Ecology Club;

Kamal Smith, Prince George’s County – B-Aware of the Deer.

 

Rock Hall Elementary School & Maree Garnett Farring Elementary School

Kent County Public Schools and Baltimore City Public Schools; Schools

Nominated by Jim Newkirk, Title I Specialist, MSDE

- Rock Hall Elementary School of Kent County Public Schools and Maree Garnett Farring Elementary School of Baltimore City Public Schools were named Maryland Title I Distinguished Schools and were nominated as candidates for the National Title I Distinguished School by Dr. Nancy Grasmick. Rock Hall Elementary met Category I, which recognizes Exceptional Student Performance for two or more consecutive years. Maree Garnett Farring Elementary met Category II, which recognizes Closing the Achievement Gap between Student Groups.  

Southern Middle School

Garrett County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- For the second consecutive year, the next Gen FIRST Lego League team from Southern Middle School won the Maryland State Championship and moved on to the World Championship where it won first place in the world research competition. The students, along with more than 80 other teams from around the world, presented their energy research project to a panel of judges, without any mentors or coaches in the room with them. This impressive victory demonstrates the diligence of these students as they worked to meet, and beat, the best competition from around the globe.

 

Taneytown Elementary School

Carroll County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- The National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) awarded the Physical Education Program of Taneytown Elementary School a “STARS School.”  The physical education staff submitted a 10-pound portfolio of narrative and evidence compiled over a year, which was reviewed by an independent panel of judges from around the country. The NASPE STARS Program recognizes a school’s total physical education program as all teachers in the department demonstrate how their program and teaching meet national standards and guidelines. To date, only 39 schools in the nation have achieved this elite status – Taneytown Elementary School is the first school in Maryland to receive this distinction. As a STARS recipient, Taneytown will receive media attention, a banner, and a gift certificate for physical education equipment.

 

Thomas S. Wootton High School

“Rock the Vote” Concert

Montgomery County Public Schools

Nominated by Gail V. Tucker, MSDE

 

- Although most students at Thomas S. Wootton High School are not yet old enough to vote, they proved they are much involved with civic activism. A “Rock the Vote” Concert, organized by the Student Government Association and BBYO, an organization for Jewish youth, was the capstone event to a week of programming geared to involving students in civic engagement and the 2008 presidential election, as well as getting older students out to the polls. The activities included a “Rock the Vote” style concert featuring Rapper TYGA, the Pat McGee Band, and Gym Class Heroes. More than 2,500 students and community members came out to the show. Students aren’t told what to think – they are encouraged to think and have feelings and opinions about civic activism.

 

Thomson Estates Elementary School

Cecil County Public Schools

Nominated by Kim Sprout

 

- Thomas Estates Elementary School’s students, teachers, administration, faculty, parents, and community members continually put forth endless dedication to upholding the values of the school and to the school system. Preparing all students for the best education possible, the school was recently recognized by the Maryland State Department of Education for demonstrating outstanding growth on its MSA test scores. The learning environment at Thomas Estates Elementary School radiates achievement, success, and PRIDE!

 

Timber Grove Elementary School, Owings Mills

  and its students, teachers, PTA and administration

  Baltimore County Public Schools

Nominated by Nina Roa, Parent

- Following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Timber Grove Elementary School in Owings Mills adopted a heavily damaged school in Mississippi, Martin Buff Elementary. Since adopting the school, Timber Grove students, the PTA, teachers, and administrator have implemented on-going efforts to support the school as it rebuilt and welcomed back its own students, teachers and staff. Not only did Timber Grove collect money to send to its adopted school, but its students, teachers and staff collected 5,000 books for Martin Buff’s library; sent boxes and boxes of school supplies; the students developed pen pals; and, in April, 2006, Timber Grove Elementary will have a Spring Fest where proceeds will be sent to Martin Buff Elementary to help continue to offset the cost of rebuilding. Timber Grove Elementary demonstrates tremendous PRIDE in its on-going efforts to help restore a school and its staff, students and teachers, who all experienced a great loss but maintained a terrific spirit.

Washington Grove Elementary School

Montgomery County Public Schools

Nominated by Anne Moran, MCPS

 

- Washington Grove Elementary was recognized as a Maryland Center for Education School of the Year. A very data driven Character Education program encourages classes of students to collect compliments from staff members (other than their own teacher) for good behavior and character in art, music, PE, library, recess, morning line-up, and the hallway. The compliments are counted each month and graphed for each class so that they can monitor their progress on a school wide display. Prizes are given to the classrooms that collect the most compliments or sometimes the class with the most improvement.

 

Winters Mill High School

Carroll County Public Schools

Nominated by MSDE

 

- Winters Mill High school was one of only three Maryland public schools to receive the 2007-2008 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Schools of Distinction in Arts Education Award for its outstanding achievement in arts education. Under the leadership of Principal Kenneth Gomez, this is the first time in the history of the Kennedy Center Awards program that three of the five schools chosen for this national recognition are from one great state – Maryland. We commend you for extraordinary leadership and promoting student achievement by providing high-quality learning opportunities through the arts.

 

 

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Contact Information
Gail V. Tucker, PRIDE Liaison
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone:  410-767-0482
Fax:  410-333-2275
Email:  gtucker@msde.state.md.us
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