St. Mary's County Times September 07, 2017 - Page 13

Thursday, September 7, 2017 Education The County Times Would you like the ability to delegate unwanted tasks and responsibilities, reducing stress by freeing up your valuable time? College Fair Sept 19 The Southern Maryland College Fair will take place on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, at the Hollywood Volunteer Fire De- partment with two sessions. The first ses- sion begins at 10:00 a.m. and runs through 1:00 p.m. The second session begins at 5:00 p.m. and is open until 7:30 p.m. Ap- proximately 120 colleges and universities throughout Maryland and the east coast, from Maine to Florida, as well as the United States military academies will be represented with exhibits and admission officers. College and university officials will be available to answer any and all questions from students and parents/guardians con- cerning their schools. Financial aid work- shops will be presented on site throughout the evening. All college-bound students, as well as those who might be consider- ing college, are encouraged to attend this Since 2015, Sheriff Tim Cameron and Superintendent Scott Smith have made collaboration on safety issues a top prior- ity. They host a myriad of Opioid Aware- ness events for students and their parents, train and increase partnerships between school resources officers and administra- tion, and continue to work on their safety plans in the event of a crisis. This past March, several organizations gathered for an active shooter drill at Great Mills High School. One month later, the organizations reconvened for a table top exercise. They are working together to plan, update, and revisit their safety plans while keeping the principal goal in mind – safeguarding the safety of students, teachers, and individuals in a school in the event of a crisis.  Included at the tabletop exercise was Edward Clarke, Executive Director of the Maryland Center for School Safety, an agency established by a unit of the State government in 2013. The agency provides a coordinated and comprehensive policy for school safety in Maryland. The center collaborates with local school systems, law enforcement agencies, State and local government, community organizations, parents, and other groups to disseminate information on best practices, programs, and resources. Clarke was so impressed by the agen- cies that he recognized Sheriff Tim Cam- eron and Superintendent Scott Smith dur- ing the awards luncheon at the Maryland Center for School Safety Conference held in Annapolis on Tuesday, August 15, by presenting them with the first-ever School That’s what we’re here for! event and to bring their parents/guardians. Students and their parents/guardians will have a unique opportunity to talk per- sonally with the visiting college officials to learn what each institution offers, re- quirements for admission, cost, special programs, and location. Admission is free and information is available from all high school counselors. The twenty-fourth annual Southern Maryland College Fair is sponsored by St. Mary’s County Public Schools, in col- laboration with Calvert County Public Schools, St. Mary’s Ryken High School, the College of Southern Maryland, and the St. Mary’s County Libraries. For more information, please contact Cheryl A. 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Wyant was recognized as the School Safety and Security Direc tor of the Year. The award encompasses all 24 counties in Maryland. At the conclusion of the awards ceremo- ny, the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed. The MOU is a collab- orative effort which joins the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office and St. Mary’s County Public Schools in a partnership with the Maryland Center for School Safety. Through the Maryland Center for School Safety, St. Mary’s County was se- lected to participate in a Department of Justice Grant to establish and execute a model MOU between public schools and law enforcement partners. The model MOU outlines all duties and protocols re- lated to their ongoing partnership. FromJennifer Stone, Sheriff’s Office PIO 13 Visit our website to see a full list of services! Our team is insured, background checked, CPR certifi ed and ready to help you! We provide complimentary consultations to get to know you and create a service package custom to your needs. 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Sunday, September 10, 2017 Pets: • Dog walking & cat sitting • Vet appointments • Grooming drop off/pick up Moving: • Coordinate moving plans • Declutter home and prepare for sale—inside and out • Pack and unpack boxes 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Assorted Errands: Pric es: • To-do list items Adults - $27.00 • School deliveries Carry Outs - $25.00 • Dry cleaning drop off/pickup • Donation Children drop-offs 6 to 12 - $8.00 • Pickup/delivery packages Children of 5 & Under – Free! and documents • Library & post office runs Holiday Help: • Card prep • Party planning Crab Balls, Steamed Spiced Shrimp, • Decoration set-up Fried Oysters, Fried Chicken, • Assist with shopping and wrapping Parsley Potatoes, Homemade Cole • Food prep Be sure to check out our Bake Sale and Craft Tables! $1,500.00 Raffle 1 st Prize $1,000.00 2 nd Prize $500.00 Chances $10 each (Need not be present to win.) 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