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Patriots 15th Annual Youth Summit On Technology

Patriots 15th Annual Youth Summit On Technology

On the Road to STEM

Science - Technology - Engineering - Math

 

When:          May 4-5, 2012

Where:         Bowie State University

                     14000 Jericho Road

                     Bowie, MD  20715

 

May 4th, 2012 Government, Industry and Academic Sectors (GIAS) meeting 12 noon to 8:00pm

BAE Systems sponsor 

County Executive Announces New Initiative: Read Across Prince George’s

County Executive Announces New Initiative:  Read Across Prince George’s

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County Proclaims March 5 As National School Breakfast Week

County Proclaims March 5 As National School Breakfast Week

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Prince George’s County Public Schools Superintendent William R. Hite, Board of Education Chair Verjeana M. Jacobs and County Executive Rushern L. Baker III, joined by community and state partners, will issue a proclamation celebrating National School Breakfast Week on Thursday, March 8 at Suitland Elementary School located at 4650 Homer Ave., Suitland. 

U.S. Department of Agriculture official Yvette Jackson and representatives from nonprofit Share Our Strength and the Partnership to End Childhood Hunger in Maryland will also speak during Thursday’s event. 

Local Retirement Community and Prince George’s Community College Pair up on Continuing Education

Local Retirement Community and Prince George’s Community College Pair up on Continuing Education

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Riderwood retirement community  and Prince George’s Community College have partnered to present Seasoned Adults Growing Educationally (SAGE), a continuing education program geared toward adults 60-plus. Fifty courses are being offered this semester as part of this program.

 

Lt. Governor Brown Kicks Off "Read Across Maryland Month" With Dr. Seuss

Lt. Governor Brown Kicks Off "Read Across Maryland Month" With Dr. Seuss

 

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Today, Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown kicked off Read Across Maryland Month at the “Green Eggs and Ham” Breakfast at Harry Browne’s in Annapolis, where he read the story by Dr. Seuss to 62 second grade students from Eastport Elementary School. The breakfast is held each year by the Maryland State Educators Association (MSEA) begin Read Across Maryland Month.

5 Tips for Packing Lunch-on-the-Run Healthier

5 Tips for Packing Lunch-on-the-Run Healthier

School lunches are in the headlines quite a bit, these days. Most people are calling for the school lunch program to clean up its act and start feeding the nation’s children healthier fare. Truth be told, many people who brown bag it could stand to make their lunch healthier, as well. Whether packing lunches for school or work, there are ways to make them healthier.

“Sure, it’s easy to grab some junk food, throw it in a bag and call it lunch,” explains Jolly Backer, the chief executive officer of Fresh Healthy Vending (www.freshvending.com). “Problem is, if you do that repeatedly, there will likely be some negative health consequences, over time. Making healthier lunches may require a tad more time and thought, but in the end it will keep you feeling better.”

Here are five tips for helping to make lunch-on-the-go healthier:

County Executive Welcomes King of Royal Bafokeng Nation to Prince George's County

County Executive Welcomes King of Royal Bafokeng Nation to Prince George's County

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