February 17, 2019

Winners Add Up at Mathcounts Competition


More than 200 students from 21 Southern Maryland schools traveled to Calvert High School in Prince Frederick on Feb. 2, 2019, for the 25th annual regional MATHCOUNTS, hosted by Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative.

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Nonprofit Institute Brings Groups Together

Nonprofit Institute

Local nonprofits and community leaders will be coming together on Feb. 21, 2019, at the Ninth Annual Nonprofit Institute Conference at the College of Southern Maryland.

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Reception Honors Science Fair Winners

Science Fair Winners

Two local organizations are coming together to host an event honoring the winners of the 2018 St. Mary’s County Science and Engineering Fair.

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College Plans Spring Transfer Fairs

Transfer Fairs

The College of Southern Maryland will offer transfer fairs in February so students can meet representatives from a variety of colleges and universities, explore college majors and degree programs, and meet with CSM faculty all in one place.

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Rotary Club Accepting Grant Applications

Rotary Club

The Leonardtown Rotary Club has opened its call for grant applications for 2019 from St. Mary’s County non-profit organizations and public services agencies. The deadline to apply for a grant is Friday, April 5.

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Help Beat Teen Obesity With Healthy Choices

Teen Obesity

US teens are suffering in the wake of an obesity epidemic in the country. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that fighting Teen Obesity is essential because more than 20 percent of 12- to 19-year-olds are classified as obese.

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State Receives Preschool Assessment Grant


The state of Maryland has been awarded $10.6 million in grant money to conduct a needs assessment for preschool education in the state.

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Adult Education Changes a Life

Adult Education

Mark Cooksey of Waldorf is 51, and has finally earned his high school diploma through the Adult Education Program at the College of Southern Maryland. He says the program allowed him to right some of the wrong turns in his life, rewrite his future, and accomplish it all – in only two months.

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Majority Leader Announces Staff Changes

Staff Changes

House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (Md.-5th) has announced staff changes on his Floor Team for the 116th Congress.

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Adult Students Graduate, Expand Horizons

The possibilities are endless in the New Year for more than 50 adult students who recently graduated from the College of Southern Maryland’s Adult Education Program with their Maryland high school diplomas.

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