From Harford County Public Schools:
Two recent Joppatowne High School graduates and two current twelfth grade students, each of whom is a student representative of the Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (HSEP) program at Joppatowne High, participated in the recent Homeland Security Conference sponsored by the Central Maryland Homeland Security Education Alliance.
The students were part of a panel to highlight the knowledge they gained and benefits they received as students in the HSEP program, including the preparation for college and careers.
The recent graduates who presented were Sharese Scott, currently a student at University of Maryland Baltimore County majoring in chemical engineering, and Caroline Clark, a college student majoring in English. Jeremy Clark and Andrea Rogers, current seniors in the GIS strand of the HSEP program, also presented. The conference showcased current trends and issues affecting the local, state and federal homeland security realms and was attended by leaders in the emergency management, homeland security, K-12 education and higher education fields.