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 Disease Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have reported that the 2019 flu shot has been 50% less effective in preventing infection. A flu shot is still recommended to be taken because it might provide some protection against an infection. Sophomore Lydia Scott said, “I […]
Apple shares plummeted 10% on Thursday, January 3, 2019 after Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, announced that Apple’s quarterly estimates went down- a first in more than 15 years. According to Cult Of Mac, a daily news website that follows everything on Apple, shares declined to as low as […]
TIME magazine has released its annual list of people of the year for 2018. The magazine gave the title – which goes to the people who they have judged as being the most influential over the past year – to Jamal Khashoggi, Maria Ressa, two young Reuters reporters, and […]
On Sept. 26, it was announced by Howard County Public School System Superintendent, Dr. Michael Martirano, that rather than the system’s healthcare deficit increasing to $50 million as predicted, it only reached $37 million for the close of the 2017-2018 fiscal year. This was $13.5 million less than […]
On Sept. 25, juniors Shreya Santhanagopalan and Rashi Kejriwal were commended by Academic Career Technical Education (ACTE) Executive Director LeAnn Wilson, Howard County Superintendent Dr. Michael J. Martirano, and Mt. Hebron Principal Dr. Joelle Miller on their winning design of the 2018 ACTE trophy. Every year, ACTE awards […]
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