Monday, February 4, 2013
The Gaels finished behind McDonogh, Gilman and Loyola in varsity competition but they won the JV section.
LANDOVER-- Mount St. Joseph again showed that its got plenty of talent, but the Gaels came up a little short in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association indoor track championship meet. During the meet Friday, McDonogh won the varsity competition with 127 points, ahead of Gilman (107) and Loyola (102). St. Joe came in fourth over with 89.5 points. The Gaels did better in the JV section, scoring 139 points to beat out Gilman (122) for the team championship. In the varsity, Charles Fisher and Landrie Hatcher led the way to the team's fourth-place finish. Fisher won the 55-meter hurdles and finished second in the long jump. Hatcher won the triple jump and also took second in the 55 hurdles and third in the long jump to give St. Joe three…
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Barry Fitzpatrick was the principal at Mount St. Joseph High School in Baltimore.
UPDATED (1:55 p.m.)—The principal at a Baltimore City private high school has resigned amid allegations of inappropriate communications with students. According to Mount St. Joseph's website, Barry Fitzpatrick has stepped down from his post at the West Baltimore all-boys school. The following message, from Mount St. Joseph President George Andrews, was posted on the school's website Wednesday. Yesterday afternoon, I accepted former Principal Barry Fitzpatrick’s resignation. Mount Saint Joseph High School requires our faculty and administrators to have only appropriate communications with our students. We recently discovered communications from Mr. Fitzpatrick that he acknowledged were inappropriate, and we accepted his resignation. As …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The largest construction project in school history began last summer.
Phase II of the Campaign for Mount St. Joseph is moving along, and the construction and renovation of this part will be the largest project in the school's 136-year history. According to the school's website, groundbreaking on Phase II of the campaign for Mount Saint Joseph was last summer. This Phase includes "the renovation of the existing gymnasium and the construction of a 58,000 square-foot athletic complex," it states. This facility also is going to include a second basketball court with a concession stand, wrestling room, men's locker rooms and a training suite and fitness center. This Phase will renovate the 30,000 square-foot gym presently in place. The gym was built in 1954 and the renovation will do things like replacing the …
Monday, December 31, 2012
Winter breaks are ending at colleges and other institutions.
The winter holiday will be ending this week for local public and private schools, as well as colleges. Baltimore County Public Schools (bcps.org) are scheduled to reopen on Wednesday, after being closed all last week for the winter vacation. Mount St. Joseph (msjnet.edu) is going to start again on Thursday, Jan. 3. In terms of colleges, both UMBC (umbc.edu and CCBC Catonsville (ccbcmd.edu) are going to begin their winter sessions on Wednesday. Just like the elementary, middle and high schools, UMBC and CCBC Catonsville were closed all of last week and are set to be shut down until New Year's Day on Tuesday. For the colleges, the winter sessions last until late in the month of January.
Friday, September 7, 2012
The Yankees' first basemen says he's OK with being booed by fans in Baltimore and beyond.
When the New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira comes home to Maryland there are two things he expects: a G&M crab cake and to get booed by Orioles fans. The Severna Park native says it comes with the territory with being a New York Yankee, although these days Teixeria says he's starting to appreciate more the "sports fanatic" that has come alive in most dormant O's fans. Watch the video to see more about what Teixeira thinks about coming home. Teixeira got his start in baseball while attending Mount Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore, where he returned Friday for his favorite teacher's birthday. Teixeira, the Commissioner of Patch Baseball, spoke to an honors Latin class—a class that the school's principal Barry Fitzpatrick said …