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Release Date: 2/28/2020
Contact: Dept. of Communications/Community Outreach, 443.809.5908

BCPS News Tips: Feb. 29 – March 7, 2020

Activities, events, and news from Baltimore County Public Schools

March is
Irish-American Heritage Month
Middle-Level Education Month
Music in Our Schools Month
National Nutrition Month
Social Work Month
Women’s History Month
Youth Art Month

Saturday, Feb. 29

BCPS middle school, high school students to test their STEM knowledge

What: Baltimore County Public Schools students from 18 middle schools and 13 high schools will spend a Saturday morning testing their STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) knowledge by participating in the annual BCPS Physics Olympics, Chemathon, and Middle School STEM Fair. For the Physics Olympics and Chemathon the challenges aren’t revealed until the day of the event, but in general, students work (in teams of up to 6) collaboratively to apply their science skills and creativity to solve STEM challenges in their respective disciplines (physics or chemistry). Many of the Middle School STEM Fair challenges (for teams of up to 5 students each) will be related to engineering design. This year’s theme for all three events is Superhero Science.
When: Saturday, Feb. 29, from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where: Dulaney High School, 255 Padonia Rd., 21093

The International Festival to be held at Stoneleigh Elementary

What: Students, families, neighbors and friends are invited to join in Stoneleigh Elementary’s 4th annual International Festival. The event offers opportunities to learn, be entertained, and learn about lives and cultures from around the world. Countries to be featured — so far — include China, Slovakia, Greece, India, Peru, Nigeria, Canada, Turkey, France and the Netherlands. Entertainment will include the Stoneleigh Elementary steel drum band; Chinese school dragon dance and dance team performance; Slovakian dance; Bailes de mi Tierra (Mexican/Latin American dance group); Kalinka Baltimore (Eastern European & Russian dancing) and Nu World Art Ensemble (African drumming, dancing and vocal performances). New to this year’s festivities will be an on-site international service project. During the festival, families can help assemble bags of school supplies for children in need around the world.
When: Saturday, Feb. 29, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Where: Stoneleigh Elementary School, 900 Pemberton Rd., 21212

Sunday, March 1


When: Sunday, March 1


When: Sunday, March 1, through Saturday, March 7

Monday, March 2


When: Monday, March 2


When: Monday, March 2, through Friday, March 6

Capture a moment,
tell a story, in haiku.
The contest begins.

What: The coming spring heralds the arrival of the much-loved, highly-anticipated annual BCPS Haiku Poetry Contest. This year, students in all grades are asked to write haiku on the theme hero. Students and teachers are encouraged to submit haiku using the (which will begin accepting entries on March 2). The BCPS Haiku Poetry Contest page contains detailed contest rules and instructions on how to submit entries via the form or email or interoffice mail. A winning haiku will be chosen at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Winners will be announced on Wednesday, April 17, which is International Haiku Poetry Day, and will receive a prize package including gifts from and . As in prior years, additional haiku will be selected for a book, which will also feature student artwork. One copy of the book will be sent to each featured haiku poet and artist, the teacher identified for each poet and artist, and each school library. Students featured in the book will be announced by press release in May 2020.
Haiku admissions accepted: Monday, March 2, through Friday, March 20 at 4:45 p.m.

Last day for aspiring teachers to apply for scholarship loans

What: Through the BCPS Scholarship Loan Program, BCPS students can apply for a loan scholarship worth $4,000 per year for up to four years. Renewal awards are automatic, pending transcript verification of grade point average (in good academic standing) and full-time status. The award may be used for tuition, fees, books, or educational supplies. The application and a fact sheet about the program are available online. To apply, BCPS high school seniors must have a minimum GPA of 2.80 and submit an application accompanied with a resume documenting school and community activities and three letters of recommendation. Once accepted into the program, recipients must sign a promissory note, agreeing to teach full-time in a Baltimore County public school, one year for each year of the award; enroll full-time in an approved teacher education program at a Maryland institution; maintain Maryland residency; and begin employment within six months of college graduation. Failure to maintain eligibility for the award based on GPA, full-time status or Maryland residency requirement, will require that the recipient repay the scholarship. The BCPS Office of Human Resources will notify scholarship recipients of their award by April 1, 2020. For more information, please contact Carla Simons at csimons@lailashereen.com.
Application deadline: Monday, March 2

Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee: next meeting on autism

What: The next meeting of the Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee will focus on autism. The meeting is open to the public and no registration is required.
When: Monday, March 2, from 7 – 9 p.m.
Where: BCPS headquarters/Greenwood, 6901 N. Charles St., Building E, Room 114, 21204

Tuesday, March 3

Visit the Parentmobile at Deer Park Elementary

What: Visitors board the Parentmobile to learn about BCPS' curriculum, at-home learning resources, the BCPS website, community resources, and resources to support families of students with special needs or limited English proficiency. Parents and guardians are invited to visit. No registration is required.
When: Tuesday, March 3, at 6 p.m.
Where: Deer Park Elementary 9809 Lyons Mills Rd, 21117

Special Education Resource Center
Workshop: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Children, Teens, and Their Families: Effective Strategies to Win Against the OCD “Bully"
What: The Special Education Resource Center offers free workshops designed to address parent and caregiver needs to care for themselves, their family, and their children. The workshops are especially designed to support parents/caregivers of children with behavioral health issues. The workshop is sponsored by the BCPS Special Education Resource Center and Office of Special Education. Register at 410-887-5443 or serc@lailashereen.com.
When: Tuesday, March 3, from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where: White Oak Main Training Lab, 8401 Leefield Rd., 21234

Parent University Workshop: Phonics: Kindergarten – Grade 3

What: The Office of Language Arts and Parent University are hosting workshops at local Baltimore County Public Library branches to share phonics strategies with parents of children in Grades K-3. or at parentu@lailashereen.com.
When: Tuesday, March 3, from 6:30 - 8 p.m.
Where: Essex Branch of Baltimore County Public Library, 1110 Eastern Blvd., 21221

Wednesday, March 4

Slide talk about the history of Franklin High School

What: Ann O’Neill, a retired Franklin High School librarian, will present "Within These Walls: 200 Years of Franklin Academy," a slide show about Franklin Academy’s 200 year evolution into today’s Franklin High School.
When: Wednesday, March 4, from 7 – 8 p.m.
Where: Reisterstown Branch of Baltimore County Public Library, meeting room, 21 Cockeys Mill Rd., 21136

Thursday, March 5

Visit the Parentmobile at Sandalwood Elementary

What: Visitors board the Parentmobile to learn about BCPS' curriculum, at-home learning resources, the BCPS website, community resources, and resources to support families of students with special needs or limited English proficiency. Parents and guardians are invited to visit. No registration is required.
When: Thursday, March 5, at 5:30 p.m.
Where: Sandalwood Elementary School, 900 S. Maryln Ave, 21221

Friday, March 6


When: Friday, March 6

18th Annual TU-BCPS Model UN Conference begins

What: More than 300 students are expected to participate in the two-day 18th Annual Towson University – Baltimore County Public Schools Model United Nations Conference. Participants will include more than 200 BCPS students from 17 high schools as well as students from Charles County and Baltimore City. At this year’s conference students will participate in a United Nations Refugee Agency sponsored Model United Nations Refugee Challenge role-playing and problem-solving simulation on the topic of forced displacement. Participation in the global Model UN Refugee Challenge gives students the chance to have their resolutions win awards and be shared with United Nations policymakers.
When: Friday, March 6, from 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where: Towson University, West Village Commons, 4th floor, 8000 York Rd., 21252

Saturday, March 7

Maryland Association of Student Councils hosting a Women’s Leadership Forum

What: The MASC Women’s Leadership Forum is an excellent opportunity for young women student leaders to discuss selected issues, hear from women in leadership positions in communities, education, and workplaces, as well as learning how to create female-specific support groups in their own regions. All students are invited to attend – there are no gender restrictions! Admission is $5. Visit the MASC website for .
When: Saturday, March 7, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (onsite check-in starts at 9:30 a.m.)
Where: Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts, 8100 Wise Ave., 21222

18th Annual TU-BCPS Model UN Conference ends

What: More than 300 students are expected to participate in the two-day 18th Annual Towson University – Baltimore County Public Schools Model United Nations Conference. Participants will include more than 200 BCPS students from 17 high schools as well as students from Charles County and Baltimore City. At this year’s conference students will participate in a United Nations Refugee Agency sponsored Model United Nations Refugee Challenge role-playing and problem-solving simulation on the topic of forced displacement. Participation in the global Model UN Refugee Challenge gives students the chance to have their resolutions win awards and be shared with United Nations policymakers.
When: Saturday, March 7, from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Towson University, West Village Commons, 4th floor, 8000 York Rd., 21252

Visit the Parentmobile at the Maryland Fire Museum’s Family Safety Day

What: Visitors board the Parentmobile to learn about BCPS' curriculum, at-home learning resources, the BCPS website, community resources, and resources to support families of students with special needs or limited English proficiency. Parents and guardians are invited to visit. No registration is required.
When: Saturday, March 7, from 10 a.m.
Where: Fire Museum of Maryland, 1301 York Rd., 21093

ONGOING EVENTS!

The BCPS Stakeholder Survey extended through March 11. Have you taken it?

What: Once each year, BCPS asks its stakeholders – students in Grades 3-12, parents/caregivers, community members, and all staff – to help shape our future and let us know how we are doing. The survey takes five minutes or less to complete and is anonymous. It is available in 16 languages and can be taken on a phone, tablet, or computer.
When: through Wednesday, March 11
Where: The BCPS website
Parents reminded to take Maryland Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

What: Baltimore County Public Schools encourages the parents of students (ages 3 to 21) receiving special education services to participate in the . The survey is being conducted by the Maryland State Department of Education’s Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services. The purpose of the survey is to determine how well schools are partnering with parents and promoting parent involvement. Parent feedback will be used to help improve special education and related services. The survey is anonymous, is available in English and Spanish, takes about 5 minutes to complete online, and must be completed in one sitting.
Survey deadline: Monday, May 18

UPCOMING EVENTS!

Pikesville High to honor distinguished alumni

What: Pikesville High School will turn to the arts to honor its 27th and 28th Distinguished Alumni at a ceremony in the school’s auditorium. Sherie Seff, Class of 1973, has been a casting director for theatrical productions on and off-Broadway and, more recently, she has also become a clinical social worker providing mental health services in New York City. Matt Halpern, Class of 2001, is an accomplished and widely-heralded drummer, playing for the band Periphery. He has also worked to share his passion and expertise through online music education programs. Seff and Halpern will have the opportunity to address students about their careers and formative experiences, and there will be a question-and-answer session.
When: Tuesday, March 10, at 12:45 p.m.
Where: Pikesville High School, 7621 Labyrinth Rd., 21208

Southwest Area Education Advisory Council meeting to address special education

What: The next meeting of the Southwest Area Education Advisory Council will address special education. The meeting is open to the public and no registration is required.
When: Monday, March 9, from 7 p.m.
Where: Hillcrest Elementary School, 1500 Frederick Rd., 21228

Secondary students to vote today for the new student member of the Board

What: This year, for the first time ever, all BCPS secondary students are invited to cast a ballot for the next Student Member of the Board. Middle and high school students will cast online ballots for either Vinay Khosla of Dulaney High School, Rosalind Marfo of Franklin High School, or Joshua Muhumuza of Dundalk High School. The student receiving the most votes on March 12 will be recommended for appointment to the governor, who annually appoints a student member to the Board for a one-year term. Videotaped speeches from the candidates are available online. Students will also view (in their classes) a videotaped question-and-answer session with the candidates on Tuesday, March 10, and Wednesday, March 11.
When: Thursday, March 12, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: All BCPS middle and high schools

Community College of Baltimore County/BCPS College Fair

What: CCBC, in co-sponsorship with Baltimore County Public Schools, is hosting College Fair 2020. Representatives from more than 100 universities, colleges, proprietary and military schools will be available to speak with students and parents. Parking for this event is free. High school students and their parents are encouraged to attend.
When & Where:
Tuesday, March 10, from 6–8 p.m.

Wellness and Athletics Center
For more information: 443.840.2110

Wednesday, March 11, from 6–8 p.m.

Jack Manley Wellness and Athletics Center
For more information: 443.840.4894

Maryland 529 to host Parent Information Sessions at BCPS schools

What: – formerly the College Savings Plans of Maryland – has scheduled Parent Information Night sessions this winter and next spring at several BCPS middle schools. The meetings are open to all Baltimore County parents who are interested in learning more about the plans. For more information, contact the program at 1-888-4MD-GRAD (1-888-463-4723).
When & Where:
Wednesday, March 11, at 6:30 p.m.
Stemmers Run Middle School, 201 Stemmers Run Rd., 21221

Monday, March 23, at 6:30 p.m.
Perry Hall Middle School, 4300 Ebenezer Rd., 21236

Wednesday, April 29, at 6:30 p.m.
Ridgely Middle School, 121 Ridgely Rd., 21093

Kenwood High School Drama Club presents Alice in Wonderland

What: Tickets will be sold at the door only for $8 general admission and $5 students.
When: Thursday, March 12, to Saturday, March 14, at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Kenwood High School, Auditorium, 501 Stemmers Run Rd., 21221

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