May 8, 2020
Meade HS Student Named Finalist in Nationwide Competition, Needs Your Votes
Michael Herndon is a Junior at Meade High School, and when he isn't studying, he makes video games on his computer. You may remember him from a newsletter last year, in which he became a finalist in the nationwide Coolmath Game Jam. We're happy to announce that he's done it again this year! For becoming a finalist, he'll win $500, and he'll win $1,000 more if he wins the public vote.
On that note, you can play and vote for Michael's game, "Run, Doodleguy!" on Coolmath Games here.
You can also watch the trailer he created for the game here.
Voting for the Coolmath Game Jam ends on Sunday, May 10, 2020. The winner will be revealed that night, or the following Monday morning.
"Shout out to the Annapolis High School NJROTC program for being awarded Distinguished Unit honors! This puts the unit, which includes students from multiple high schools, in the top 20% of all NJROTC programs nationwide. This is the 20th consecutive year that they have earned this distinction." - Annapolis HS Tweet
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Congratulations to Lindsey Ells of Hillsmere Elementary School, AACPS’ March Educator of the Month!
Congratulations to Elizabeth Martello of Jones Elementary School, AACPS’ March Employee of the Month!
Congratulations to Vanessa Rivera of the County Council of PTAs, AACPS’ March Volunteer Educator of the Month!
Now through remainder of school year -- Schools closed for all students
May 25 -- Memorial Day; All Schools & Central Offices closed