LARGO — Prince George's County Public Schools (PGCPS) continued their Stuff-A-Bus campaign at Largo Plaza Shopping Center in collaboration with National Night Out to emphasize bringing the community together for a good cause on Aug. 7.
UPPER MARLBORO – After months of weather postponements, this year’s senior class of soccer players celebrated the end of their high school careers by playing in the annual Prince George's County All-Star Game on May 4.
GREENBELT – The Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders were clinging to a two-run lead against the Northwestern Wildcats at the bottom of the fourth, and thanks to an acrobatic leap from Northwestern junior Nick Libcke, momentum was slipping from the Raiders’ grasp.
UPPER MARLBORO — One of Prince George’s County’s first-ever charter schools may soon be closing its doors if the school and school system cannot agree to new charter terms. The school’s charter expired last year.
UPPER MARLBORO — Spring break is back on for the thousands of Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) students and employees, but the topic of how the inclement weather days from earlier in the year will be made up is still up in the air.
SEABROOK — Education never stops in Prince George’s County and sometimes it is hard to keep up with it all. Here are some education-related headlines that did not make the paper over the past month.
GREENBELT – Bladensburg High School senior forward Daniel Oladapo stayed crouched down, saving his energy for one more play. With less than seven seconds remaining in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) Boys Basketball 4A South Regional Finals, the six-foot-seven standout suffering from a lower back and right knee injury, was called upon to make one more defensive stop to lead the Mustangs to victory.
LARGO – Last season, the Fairmont Heights boys' basketball squad won in a nailbiter in the 2017 Class 1A Maryland Regional Championship match with a four-point victory over Havre de Grace High School. This year, the Hornets were looking for back-to-back regional championships against a new challenger in Friendly High School.
GREENBELT – For the past three seasons, the same two teams have faced each other in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) Girls Basketball 4A South Regional Finals. In 2016, Parkdale High School finally bested Eleanor Roosevelt in a shocking 45-42 victory, leaving a sour taste in then-sophomore Ashia McCalla’s mouth.