Tag: elementary school

Free Back-to-School Haircuts in West Baltimore on September 1

free haircuts
Photo by Tommy Van Kessel for Unsplash.

In preparation for the start of the 2018-19 school year, the Baltimore Mobile Barber Lounge will provide complimentary haircuts to elementary and middle school boys on Saturday morning from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Assistant Teacher Charged with Assaulting East Baltimore Elementary Schooler

Courtesy Google Maps/Streetview
The front of the school, Courtesy Google Maps/Streetview

A 7-year-old Baltimore elementary school student is in the hospital after his parents say an assistant teacher threw him against a wall while taking him to the office.

Ten Steps to Choosing a Kindergarten



What I love about Baltimore is that your high school is more important than your college. The question, “Where did you go to school?” is not about ivy league universities, but names equally powerful – the cadre of independent Baltimore schools both inside and outside the city.

Tours With Principals Tomorrow at Park School – Register Today



Tours With Principals Tomorrow at Park School – Register Today

At this unique event, prospective parents tour the school’s facilities and hear from the Head of School, and Lower, Middle and Upper School principals.

Tuesday, October 7 • Friday, November 7 • Friday, December 12

8:45 – 10:30 am

Click Here to Register

Who Should This New Baltimore Elementary School Be Named After? Four Suggestions



Although it’s still only in the construction phase, the brand-new elementary school in Mays Chapel Park in Timonium is in need of a name. “A goal for this school is for it to be a truly community-oriented school, one in which collaboration with parents, teachers, students and the community is an important and beneficial hallmark,” Steve Coco, the school’s first principal, said according to the Baltimore Sun. “I’m looking forward to hearing from voices across our area through the process of considering and selecting just the right name for our new school.” According to Baltimore County school officials, the name must reference “a community, subdivision or street where the school is located, the geographic location of the school, a significant landmark near the school, or a deceased, prominent person who made an ‘outstanding contribution of service’ to the county, state, or country.” Which gives me a few ideas: