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Students Explore Media Pathways and Develop Leadership Skills Through Video Streaming

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Two of Cathedral’s eighth grade students who serve on Student Council.

Cathedral will begin streaming the school’s morning and afternoon announcements this month.  Families will be able to see the same announcements that the students will see every day.

Roland Park Educator Among Maryland Teacher of the Year Finalists

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Justin Holbrook. Photo via Baltimore City Public Schools.

Justin Holbrook is now representing Baltimore City Public Schools as a finalist for 2017-18 Maryland Teacher of the Year.

School of the Cathedral Launches Makerspace Program Under New Technology Initiatives

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An initiative launching this year at Cathedral is the development of a makerspace. The idea of the maker movement evolved from software and hardware hackers, as well as hobbyist who like to build things.

New Initiatives and an Invitation from RPCS Head of School Caroline Blatti

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A note to the Baltimore Community from Caroline Blatti -RPCS Head of School:

When I began in my new position as Head of School at RPCS on July 1, 2016, I embarked on a journey that would take me through a full academic cycle, as well as the ever-turning seasons of the year.

Friends School of Baltimore Welcomes New Athletic Director, Kara Carlin

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Friends School of Baltimore has named Kara Carlin as its Athletic Director, effective July 1. She joins the school from St. Timothy’s School, in Stevenson, Md., where since 2006 she served as A.D. and coached field hockey, lacrosse, and squash. Prior to that she served as head women’s lacrosse coach at Goucher College, and was an assistant lacrosse and field hockey coach at Bowdoin College.

An Authentic Roland Parker: Unassuming Mansion in Prime Location Asks $1.295M

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Hot House: 105 St. Johns Road, Baltimore, MD 21210

Colonial Revival style with Arts and Crafts detailing, circa 1906. Frame construction with cedar shingles, back deck, and recent roof. Seven bedrooms, four full, two half baths, over 7,216 sq. ft. Original architectural features, extensive and fine wood trim, moldings, columns.  Large rooms, high ceilings, skylight, five fireplaces. Updated kitchen opens to an eat-in family room with deck overlooking trees. Butler’s pantry, formal living and dining rooms. Central air.Double hillside lot on cul-de-sac, 1.2 acres with mature trees: $1,295,000

Cars, Trucks and Things That Go! at Gilman School

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Saturday, September 23, 2017
Gilman Lower School, 9 – 10:30 a.m.

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