Among the 17 Charles County Public Schools honored with Student Accomplishment in Gifted and Talented Education Award are Tiwaloluwa Dapo-Adeyemo, left, Jackson Donnick, Brianna Edwards, Sydney Gunther and Addison Kelly.

CCPS students honored for gifted education accomplishments

News Release, Charles County Public Schools The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and the Maryland State Advisory Council on

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She’s got proposals for constituents too young to vote. Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Democratic candidates seek a big and unprecedented K-12 funding boost

David S. Knight, University of Washington Democratic presidential candidates are proposing new approaches to the federal government’s role in public

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The sign language club of Dr. Gustavus Brown Elementary School meets once a week before the start of the school day. Third graders Sophia Orellana Chavez, left, Isabel Lugo and Mykaela Mims, go over the sign for “corn” before playing a game of bingo featuring fruit and vegetables.

Sign language club gives Dr. Brown students a hand at learning new skill, making new friends

News Release, Charles County Public Schools Once a week, students at Dr. Gustavus Brown Elementary School close their mouths and

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The Board of Education at its Feb. 11 meeting honored five Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) students for accomplishments in the areas of academic achievement, career readiness and personal responsibility. Honored, from left, were Kalah Sauers, senior at Maurice J. McDonough High School; MacKenna Zopelis, eighth grader at Milton M. Somers Middle School; Camila Uribe, fifth grader at Gale-Bailey Elementary School; Taylor Carter, fifth grader at Mary H. Matula Elementary; and Leo Abramson, fifth grader at Arthur Middleton Elementary School.

Board honors students for accomplishments in academic achievement, career readiness and personal responsibility

News Release, Charles County Public Schools La Plata, MD- The Board of Education at its Feb. 11 meeting honored five

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Arthur Middleton Elementary School third graders Brian Posey, left, Leonard Baptiste and Jazmine Harley are the lone Dallas Cowboys fans. The Rev. Akil Dickens, second from left, is a youth pastor at Ebenezer AME Church, who is a huge Washington Redskins fan. He said he can root for his team; they can root for their team and they can still be friends.

Middleton students learn about the importance of voting

News Release, Charles County Public Schools Arthur Middleton Elementary School students learned about the importance of voting Monday, Feb. 3,

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