Weekly News and Events
From the Athletic Department
The athletic department is ready for our spring athletic season to begin on Saturday, April 17, 2021 and run through the end of the school year. The 9-week season will have Girls and Boys Lacrosse, Track, Baseball, Softball, Tennis, and Unified Bocce. Please understand that each student-athlete will need to register for this season even if they participated in the fall "out-of-season" workouts. Please click the following link to read the article on Arundel Athletics:
This should help anyone that needs to register for Spring 2021! As always, feel free to reach out to the head coach for more information!
From the Media Center
Vote for Your Favorite Black-Eyed Susan Novel! Everyone who votes will get to choose an Arundel Reads prize! Details on the voting form!
The Black-Eyed Susan Book Award is a student choice award for the state of Maryland that has been awarded each year since 1992. The award seeks to promote literacy and lifelong reading habits by encouraging students to read quality, contemporary literature. Reading committees of school and public librarians, and other interested members of the Maryland Association of School Librarians (MASL) meet to determine which books will be nominated and placed on student reading lists.
Read as many of these as you can! Vote for one of these nominees by May 25th using this link
Hybrid Students-Book Request and Delivery are now available! Request one or more books through this form (also on Media website):
Books will be checked out to you and delivered in a paper bag to your English classroom within a week. Virtual students visit MackinVIA through Classlink to check out e-books!
From the Business Office
Picture Day for underclassmen is approaching!
If you have any questions, please contact the main office or Debby Stickney at firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Counseling Office
More scholarship opportunities are on the horizon:
For even more opportunities, visit the scholarship matrix:
From the Science Department
Let's give a huge shout out to Josie Billet and Emily Dodd for their participation and placement in the 2021 AACPS Regional Science & Engineering Expo!
Project Title: Hot Hands - Using the Seebeck-Peltier Effect by Applying Them to a Glove Like Device; In a Cyclic Heating/Cooling System to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis
Project Title: Voice Communication Security Over IP Networks: Using Frequency-Hopping Payload Encoding Over a TCP Port-Hopping Virtual Channel
Thank you for all your hard work! Congratulations!
From the Yearbook Club
Underclassmen (9th-11th graders) will be taking portraits in the auditorium on Tuesday 4/20, Wednesday 4/21, and Thursday 4/22.
Green cohort hybrid students will have the opportunity to take pictures either during English/WCL classes on Tuesday 4/20, or during the R&R break in the middle of the day. Grey cohort hybrid students will have the same opportunities, but their picture day will be Thursday 4/22.
Photographers will be in the auditorium from 2-6 PM on Wednesday 4/21 for any virtual students who want to have their portraits taken. You will need to sign up for a timeslot in order to be allowed into the school. The signup genius is here:
If your underclassman does not want to have their portrait taken at the school but still wish to be in the yearbook, they will need to submit a picture through Information for submitting pictures through YBK+ can be located here: We have changed the deadline for YBK+ portrait submission from Friday, April 9th to Friday, April 30th.
If you have submitted a portrait through YBK+ and also get your portrait taken at the school, the portraits taken at the school will take priority in the yearbook.
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