Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The event will include blood pressure screenings and other presentations from area health officials.
Lansdowne High School will host its annual health and safety information fair Thursday. The fair will be held in the school's cafeteria from 4 to 6 p.m. At the fair, organizations including the Baltimore County Health Department, St. Agnes Hospital and Fireline will be in attendance, according to a Baltimore County Public Schools press release. The fair will include information on tobacco and alcohol cessation, blood pressure screenings and traning on how to use a fire extinguisher. The free event will also include door prizes, a mini-golf event and student performances, according to the release.
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The event will be held at Martin's West on Oct. 12.
Lansdowne High School. The party is going to be held on Oct. 12 at Martin's West in Woodlawn from 8 p.m. to midnight, according to the event's website. The school opened its doors in 1963. Tickets are $57 per person and buyers will receive a commemorative booklet and a keepsake mug. The deadline for tickets is Sept. 27. Attendees must be 21 or over. For more information please contact the Celebration Committee at LHSturns50@gmail.com or contact Margie Wright at the school at 410-887-1415, or visit the event's website.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Program gives child care experience to students in child development courses.
Parents are invited to register their 2- to 4-year-old children for a preschool program at Lansdowne High School, located at 3800 Hollins Ferry Road. The program allows LHS High School students in child development courses to gain experience in child care and early childhood education services. The preschool program is offered in two sessions. The fall session runs from Oct. 29 through Dec. 20. The spring session begins in mid-February and ends during the first week in May. The preschool program operates from 8:40 a.m. to 12 noon and is closed whenever Baltimore County Public Schools are closed. The cost to participate is $25 per session. Parents must provide transportation for their preschoolers, and the children must be potty-trained. …
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Western Tech wins 30-0 in season opener
Thursday, September 13, 2012
College Knowledge Night and Future Fair is scheduled for Sept. 27; Nicklas named Art Educator of the Year
College Knowledge Night and Future Fair Lansdowne High School will hold a College Knowledge Night and Future Fair at the school on Sept. 27. From 6-7 p.m., freshman, sophomores and parents are invited to attend a seminar/question and answer session in the library presented by the LHS guidance department. It will focus on looking towards the future—how to make the right decisions and how to begin preparing for higher education or the military. In the auditorium, juniors/seniors and parents are invited to attend a seminar/question and answer session presented by the guidance department that will focus on what to do now to prepare for the future. For the Future Fair, colleges, universities, trade schools, and military recruiters from around …
Monday, August 27, 2012
The torched shed at the high school is one of two similar arsons in Lansdowne, police said.
One of three sheds broken into on the property of Lansdowne High School was set afire between Aug. 17-20 in an incident similar to the arson of a snowball stand on the 3800 block of Hollins Ferry Road, according to police. At some time between noon on Aug. 17 and 7 a.m. Aug. 20, an unknown person broke into three sheds at Lansdowne High School, police said. Two of the sheds were ransacked and the kitchen area of the snack shack was destroyed by fire, according to police. Property taken from the sheds was found nearby, police said. According to police, the incident was similar to the arson of a trailer that was being used as a snowball stand on the 3800 block of Hollins Ferry Road. That fire was set some time between 8 p.m. on Aug. 17 and 7…
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Lansdowne High School senior served on county board.
On the evening of Tuesday, May 22, the Baltimore County Board of Education recognized Logan McNaney, a senior at Lansdowne High School who last year was appointed by Gov. Martin O'Malley to serve as the student representative on the board.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Maryland 2A softball semifinals played Tuesday afternoon at Bachman Park in Glen Burnie.
Friday, April 27, 2012
With a roster equipped with several fresh faces as well as a few familiar ones, the Vikings are gaining momentum for another playoff run.
One may think that after losing six starters from a team that made it all the way to the state finals last year, Lansdowne varsity softball may have considered reducing their expectations in 2012. Well, whomever thought that, thought wrong. After consecutive wins over Catonsville, Patapsco and Kenwood this week, the Vikings (9-4) appear to be heating up at just the right time as they gear up for what could be another deep run in the post season. However, even at the beginning of the year, Lansdowne felt a return trip to College Park was well in reach. “I told them I wanted them to make the goals this year. They came out from the get go and they said that they wanted to go back to states,” head coach Jamie Izdebski said. “It was …
Friday, February 10, 2012
Maryland schools have the highest percentage of students passing AP exams, according to newly released data.
Students in Maryland public schools have the highest percentage of seniors in the country achieving a passing score on Advanced Placement exams, according to data released by the College Board. In 2011, 27.9 percent of seniors received a passing score on the exams, which are given in courses for which students can earn college credit. A score of 3 or higher is a passing grade. The statewide rate is also a 1.5 percentage increase over 2010 scores. In Maryland, nearly 45 percent of students take the exams--the second-highest proportion in the nation, just behind Florida. Participation rates for schools varied in Baltimore County, with some schools having less than 20 percent of seniors taking exams and others having more than 60 percent of …