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Achievement program looks to keep kids from getting lost in middle school
Baltimore Sun - Baltimore,MD,USA (12/1/2009)
By Liz Bowie | liz.bowie@baltsun.com

Local, vegetarian food comes to city schools
Baltimore Sun - Baltimore,MD,USA (9/24/2009)
By Laura Vozzella | laura.vozzella@baltsun.com
A minor revolution, in the form of cheese lasagna, had come to the cafeteria at Hampstead Hill Academy, ...

Baltimore Goes Meatless on Mondays! | Sustainable Table
By libby@sustainabletable.org (Sustainable Table - 9/24/2009)
A minor revolution, in the form of cheese lasagna, had come to the cafeteria at Hampstead Hill Academy, but the struggle had only just begun. Kitchen staff accustomed to heating pre-made meals had to wrestle with sticky pasta noodles, ...

A playground born in a day in East Baltimore
June 12, 2007 | Nicole Fuller

Ravens help community get dream playground
June 12, 2007 | Sal Gentile

Ravens Build Playground For Baltimore Students
June 11, 2007 | Ron Matz

Baltimore District Tackles High Suspension Rates
April 2007 | Lesli A. Maxwell

Baltimore Private, Public Schools Collaborate for Summer
August 2006 | Mary Ann Zehr

The Next Baby Boom
April 2006 | Fern Shen
Principal Matthew Hornbeck talks about Hampstead Hill Academy.

All the city schools need fuller funding
March 30, 2006 | Muriel Berkeley

Food Education Curriculum Serves Up Sensory Lessons
February 2006 | Eve Pranis

It's schoolwork they get to eat
January 18, 2006 | Rob Kasper

BCP Press Release: January 10, 2006
BCPSS Budgets $10 Million To Eliminate Effective, Research-Based Curriculum - Baltimore Curriculum Project Objects to BCPSS Plans to Replace Direct Instruction with Open Court

New charter schools help few students
January 4, 2006 | By Alison Perkins-Cohen

Phandoria Walls Runner-Up for National Student Improvement Award
Fall 2005 | Amy Griffin

Patrick Groff 2005 Teacher of the Year Award: Delores Scott
National Right to Read Foundation

Charter Schools: Educating a Community
October 2005 | By Christina Dushel

Charter Funding Formula Flawed
May 23, 2005 | By Alison Perkins-Cohen

Fund Fracas: Charter-School Proponents and City School District at Odds Over Funding for New Schools (PDF)
3/30/2005 | By Anna Ditkoff

Testimony In Opposition Of SB 912: Public Charter Schools – Funding – Amount Per Pupil (PDF)
3/15/05 | By
Alison Perkins-Cohen

A Secret in Canton (PDF)
12/5/2004 | By Matthew Hornbeck, Christine Kotchenreuther and James Reeb

City Springs Sets the Standard…Again (PDF)
Spring 2003 | Kurt Engelmann

Giant Leap in Learning (PDF)
Spring 2002 | Erika Niedowski, The Baltimore Sun

Anayezuka Ahidiana Recieves Education Award (PDF)
Spring 2001 | Amy Griffin, ADI



 

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