Cindy Huang,

Cindy Huang

Westminster, MD, United States

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Past articles by Cindy:

Anne Arundel language teachers stretched thin across growing English learning population

Anne Arundel teachers stretched thin across growing English learner population → Read More

Noose found by courtyard window at Crofton Middle School

A noose was seen hanging in front of a window that faced Crofton Middle School's courtyard Thursday morning, according to a letter Crofton Middle Principal Nuria Williams sent to parents. → Read More

Anne Arundel teachers union approves tentative contract

The Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County voted Wednesday evening 88-22 to approve a tentative contract for salary and health care benefits that would raise premiums five percent beginning in 2018 through 2020. → Read More

Annapolis High teacher asks state agency to remove union leadership, or allow for second union

A teacher at Annapolis High School is asking the Maryland Public School Labor Relations Board to order the leadership of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County to resign or allow teachers to establish a second collective bargaining group in the county. Robin Schmidt, a math teacher at Annapolis High, is accusing the county teachers' union leadership of failing to fairly represent… → Read More

Monarch Academy in Annapolis pulls from crowded schools

Monarch Academy in Annapolis is drawing about a hundred students from each three of the city's most packed schools: Tyler Heights, Hillsmere and Germantown elementary schools. → Read More

South River High School educator wins AACPS Teacher of the Year

Joshua Carroll was named the 2017 Anne Arundel County Public Schools Teacher of the Year, beating four other public school teachers. He goes on to compete for the state teacher of the year award. Kelly Rampmeyer, a teacher at The Summit School, a small independent school for students with learning challenges, won the 2017 Independent Schools Teacher of the Year, beating out a 30 some year… → Read More

MSDE OKs $22.5M bailout for Anne Arundel school health fund

The State Department of Education will allow Anne Arundel county officials to allocate a one-time $22.5 million to county schools' health care fund to help close the deficit for the fiscal year that begins July 1, which exempts the county from a state law that requires increased funding to be recurring. → Read More

Anne Arundel board redistricts Annapolis schools

Anne Arundel County Board of Education voted to change school boundaries for nearly 400 students on the Annapolis Peninsula, shifting students to reduce school crowding and bring students closer to their neighborhood schools. → Read More

Anne Arundel school board expected to carve redistricting proposal into three votes

The county Board of Education is expected to break up a proposal to redraw Annapolis school attendance into three votes so that objections to one part would not sink the entire plan. → Read More

School system cancels professional development day due to high teacher absences

Anne Arundel County Public School system canceled professional development for teachers to make more substitutes available to cover for teachers taking off Wednesday, a day designated for a national women's strike to protest pay and social inequities between genders. → Read More

Organizers anticipating biggest St. Patrick's Parade in recent history

The Annapolis St. Patrick's Parade, in its fifth year, has grown to rival those of Baltimore and Washington D.C. The parade will feature about 120 groups, including students, performers, police departments and firefighters, some of whom will have traveled from as far as Boston. → Read More

High school military programs teach leadership, provides community

These programs teach leadership skills and encourage students to get involved in school and community activities. Some classes also help prepare students for a career in the Navy, Army or Marine Corps. → Read More

School officials present plans to start school later

School officials presented three plans to the Anne Arundel County Board of Education Wednesday night that would push high school start times 13 to 18 minutes later than its 7:17 a.m. starting bell. → Read More

Annapolis mock trial team goes to state semifinals

The Annapolis High School mock trial team will participate in the semifinals of a statewide competition Thursday at the Circuit Court of Anne Arundel County. → Read More

Rolling Knolls Elementary celebrates new building

County and school officials on Thursday celebrated the opening of the new Rolling Knolls Elementary School. → Read More

Police: Severna Park student arrested for threatening comments

Anne Arundel County police on Thursday arrested a Severna Park High School student and charged him with making threats of mass violence and disrupting school activity. → Read More

North County student's satirical essay sparks outrage

A satirical essay by a North County High School student that calls for the destruction of black people is stirring student and community outrage. → Read More

Chesapeake Science Point wants to open elementary school

A science-focused charter middle and high school in Hanover received 650 applications this year for about 61 spots — the highest volume in recent history. → Read More

Monarch school will have International Baccalaureate program

Representatives of the Children's Guild laid out details on a new school in Annapolis they plan to open and operate in 2017. → Read More

Corkran earns recognition for its AVID program

An international education organization designated Corkran Middle School Tuesday as a model school for its curriculum and achievements, making it the first middle school in Maryland to win the recognition. → Read More