Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The informational session is for parents of current South River High students and begins at 6:30 p.m.
Parents of current South River High School (SRHS) students can get a little more information on the school’s advanced college placement (AP) courses on Wednesday night. The informational session will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the school's auditorium and will discuss course selections for the 2013-2014 school year. According to the SRHS website, Wednesday’s presentation will cover the following topics: The session is to help parents guide their children’s’ choices for classes next year that might better prepare them for college. For more information visit the SRHS website.
Friday, March 16, 2012
Andrew Cizek, a popular social studies and psychology teacher, was removed from the high school last month.
UPDATE (3:56 p.m. Friday)—A popular Arundel High School teacher was reassigned last month after one of his female students referred to herself as his “girlfriend” on Twitter. Now, some of Andrew Cizek’s students plan to rally before the county Board of Education next week in support of the psychology and social studies teacher. Anne Arundel County Public Schools spokesman Bob Mosier said Cizek was removed from Arundel High at the end of February. He has been reassigned to a position that does not involve contact with students. Mosier said school officials are conducting an ongoing investigation involving Cizek, but he declined to reveal a timeline or specifics, including the reason for the reassignment. He added that a final determination …
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Two South River High School students take on the stress and responsibility of college courses.
Download the latest music from iTunes? Check. Update Facebook status? Check. Study for Geometry? Check. Enroll in college courses while still in high school? What? Yes, it has become more evident that today’s high school student must be prepared for college long before getting there. For some students, it means taking on the extra stress and responsibility of earning college credit on top of other high school responsibilities and activities. Advanced Placement or AP classes allow high school students to earn college credit with its 34 courses and exams. The courses range from Chinese Language and Culture to Environmental Science to Psychology. AP courses help students explore their interests and discover new passions that might be their …