Sabrina Delizio of Arundel Middle School has been accepted to a special student ambassador program. There will be a quarter auction fundraiser Thursday.
Arundel Middle School
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Read all about the contestants in the annual county spelling bee, including students from Crofton Middle School, Arundel Middle School and School of the Incarnation.
Monday, February 18, 2013
About 40 parents met with school administrators Saturday morning to discuss a wide range of issues.
Parents and staff from Arundel Middle School said they are ready to move forward following a pair of high-profile incidents this month, but said they must continue to work toward improving school safety, instruction and communication. About 40 parents met with school administrators Saturday morning in the school cafeteria. The meeting was the latest "Talk A Latte" session hosted monthly by principal Yolanda Clark as a way for parents and staff to ask questions and talk about concerns in an informal setting. Patch was permitted to attend the meeting on the condition that it not be recorded and specific conversations not be shared. The meeting featured Clark and two assistant principals, along with the school resource officer. Regional …
Friday, February 15, 2013
Parents are invited to this month's "Talk-A-Latte" session in the school's media center Saturday.
Friday, February 8, 2013
A video shared on Facebook shows a teacher in a verbal back-and-forth with a student. School officials said the teacher showed "poor judgment."
A teacher at Arundel Middle School was placed on leave after an incident that became public in a video showing what appeared to be a confrontation with students regarding behavior in the classroom. The video of the Wednesday incident was posted online and is under investigation by the school system. The nearly 14-minute video was originally posted on Facebook and later was also posted to Youtube. It appears to have been taken by another student using a camera phone. It apparently shows a teacher, identified as Latesha Blue, chastising a student for talking back to her. "Everyone in this classroom saw how you were being disrespectful," the woman in the video says. The student responds: "And everyone in this classroom saw how you were …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Police said a 12-year-old boy used a 3-inch knife to threaten two other students during class on Tuesday.
A student at Arundel Middle School was issued a juvenile citation after police said he threatened two classmates with a knife Tuesday during school hours. Anne Arundel County police said that at about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, the school resource officer learned that other students had witnessed one boy carrying a knife. The officer investigated and learned that a 12-year-old boy had threatened another 12-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl in separate incidents earlier in the day. Police later found a 3-inch folding knife inside the boy's locker. The boy was given a citation for one count of possession of a dangerous weapon on school property and two counts of threatening students. He was released to his parents. In an interview with Patch…
Monday, December 17, 2012
Here's a look at what's happening at the middle school this week.
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Administrators were alerted that a student had a knife. It was later discovered on the cafeteria floor by a student.
Police and administrators at Arundel Middle School were alerted Friday that a student carried a knife into the building. According to a letter sent home to parents, a student informed administrators that another student had a knife sometime near the end of the school day. The School Resource Officer was alerted and took the suspected student to another room. Another student then located the knife on the cafeteria floor, and brought it to school administrators, officials said. The investigation into the case is ongoing, but officials said police charges and appropriate disciplinary action will be handed down to anyone involved. Arundel Middle School Principal Yolanda Clark praised students for their response to the incident. "I want to …