From the Harford County Board of Education:
The Board of Education of Harford County met for an open business meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28, 2013, in the Board Room of the HCPS/A.A. Roberty Building and took the following actions and received the following presentations:
– 2013 Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council
– Destination Imagination Global Tournament Qualifiers
– Ms. Carol Vach – Semifinalist 2013 Parent Involvement Matters Award
– Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting
– Student Representative on the Board of Education Panashe I. Mutombo
Approved the Consent Agenda:
– Decision on School Organization Sponsored Project: Harford Technical High School Purchase and Installation of Fence
– Appointment of Membership to Board Sponsored Citizen Advisory Committees 2013-14
– Panashe I. Mutombo, 2012-13 Student Representative to the Board of Education
Approved the following promotions to Assistant Principal:
– Ms. Sherry P. Bosley, currently Assistant Principal (10-month) at Aberdeen High School, promoted to Assistant Principal (12-month) at C. Milton Wright High School
– Mr. Robert J. DeLeva, currently Assistant Principal (10-month) at Aberdeen High School, promoted to Assistant Principal (12-month) at Aberdeen High School
– Ms. Melissa M. McKay, currently Acting Assistant Principal at Aberdeen Middle School, promoted to Assistant Principal (10-month) at Aberdeen Middle School
Received the Superintendent’s Report which:
– Tomorrow morning, the Education Summit sponsored by the Harford Business Roundtable for Education (HBRT) will be held at Harford Community College. Spaces are still available – the conference begins at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 2:00 p.m.
– Harford Community College will hold the long-awaited groundbreaking for the Towson University building on the HCC campus.
– Personnel Assignment Announcement – Mary Kay Malone will serve as assistant principal at Harford Technical High School.
– National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) Grant Update – Aberdeen and Havre de Grace High School only schools in the state participating in the initiative – comparing AP exams – Havre de Grace High had 248 students take the AP exam (2012) and this year 341 students took the exam (2013). Aberdeen High School had 454 students take the AP exam last year (2012) and 817 students took the exam this year (2013) with 84% of students enrolled in the class who are taking the exam.
Aberdeen High School Destination Imagination team among those recognized at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting.
The next Board of Education business meeting will be held on Monday, June 10 at 6:30 p.m. All Board meetings are held at the A.A. Roberty Building in Bel Air. To access all future Board meeting dates, log onto the school system website at www.hcps.org.