Mt. Hebron will be performing a rendition of The Wizard of Oz on the weekends of March 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, and 30- each ticket is sold for $10. This play presents a new iteration of the classic tale, taking inspiration from both the classic 1900 children’s […]
On March 26, United States Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, proposed a cut in federal funding for the Special Olympic Games based on her belief that the organization does not require federal funding and can make it on its own by utilizing money from other sources such as, […]
On Feb. 19, 2019, the Howard County Board of Education voted to approve the 2020 operating budget, agreeing to a budget of $972.7 million. However, the approved budget is $25.7 million less than HCPSS superintendent Dr. Michael J Martirano’s proposal, as he proposed $998.4 million for the 2020 […]
The United States government has been partially shut down for 31 days due to disagreements over the funding of President Donald Trump’s border wall. This marks the longest government shutdown in American history, having surpassed the 21-day shutdown in 1995 to 1996 during the Clinton Administration. The shutdown, […]
On Dec. 6, art teacher Ms. MaryKate Hannah announced that two students, senior Sierra Faish and junior Bethany Jackson, won a competition for young artists. They were chosen by a jury of the Maryland Art Education Association (MAEA) to have their artwork displayed at the BWI Thurgood Marshall […]
Over the last few months, two Mt. Hebron students, juniors Olivia Minnich and Anastasyia Borysovska, experienced separate car accidents at the intersection on Mt. Hebron property as they were exiting the school parking lot. Neither of the student drivers were severely injured. Borysovska stated that the worst injury […]
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