The Observer

MTV’s ‘If you really new me’ cuts to the heart of high school

By Hanna Taft, Staff Writer

October 5, 2010

How do students perceive one another? Maybe as the laxer, the cheerleader, the rebel, the artist or even the valedictorian. However, very few, if any, really know what goes on behind the facade, and MTV wants to get to the bottom of high school’s deepest, darkest secrets. If You Really Knew Me ...

Bells Mill opens modernized building to students

By Tyler Siegel, Staff Writer

October 9, 2009

After roughly 19 months of construction, the long awaited Bells Mill Elementary School modernization was completed in the middle of July and opened to students Aug. 31. The modernization has brought a number of additions to the building, including a new gym, Promethean boards in every classroom and...

MCPS must expand special programs

By Suzy Rudorfer
Circulation Manager

May 28, 2009

Specialized magnet schools and the International Baccalaureate (IB) program are the two most notable examples of “special programs” offered in MCPS high schools. At first glance, these and other programs seem like a harmless way to challenge advanced students with a rigorous schedule. Upon closer...

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