Anne Arundel CALENDAR Sept. 6 School opens. Oct. 28 Student holiday. Nov. 17-18 Evaluation days; elementary, middle and special schools closed. Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving recess. Dec. 23-Jan. 2 Winter break. Jan. 16-18 High school testing, semester exams and review. Jan. 19-20 Teacher work day; high schools and vocational centers closed. March 15-16 Student holidays. April 20-23 Spring break. May 8 Election day; schools closed. May 28 Memorial Day; schools closed. June 6 Last day for seniors. June 11-14 Secondary testing and scheduling for 1984-85. June 14 Final day of classes. OFFICIALS Superintendent: Edward J. Anderson, 224-5303. School Board: John C. Wobensmith, president, 263-0477. John L. Wisthoff, vice presidents; 255-7777. Patsy B. Blackshear, 224-4457. Joan Cadden, 789-1914. Patricia Kuecker, 721-2118. Jane Simon, 268-1255. Katherine Frantum, 757-1970. Kim Wolod, student member, 268-5204. SCHOOL CLOSINGS Listen to AM radio stations WTOP, 1500; WRC, 980; WPGC, 1580; WMAL, 63; WNAV, 1430; WCAO, 600; WBEY, 103; WBAL, 1090, and WFBR, 1300. Those stations will be contacted by 6 a.m. any day on which classes are canceled or delayed because of inclement weather. MEAL PRICES Lunch at all schools is 75 cents. Breakfast is 55 cents and milk sold separately is 15 cents. IMMUNIZATIONS All children entering Anne Arundel County public schools for the first time must have at least four DPT shots (the last being after the age of 4 unless a total of five shots was given); three or more doses of oral polio vaccine (the last after 4 years of age); one measles immunization on or after the first birthday, and one rubella immunization on or after the first birthday. Charles CALENDAR Sept. 1 School begins. Sept. 16 County Fair Day, no classes. Oct. 28 Maryland State Teachers Association convention. Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving. Dec. 22-Jan. 2 Christmas holiday. Jan. 23 Teacher professional day; no classes. Feb. 20 Presidents Day (combined Lincoln and Washington birthday commemoration). March 26 Teacher professional day; no classes. Spring break begins between April 16 and April 20, depending on how many days of school were canceled because of winter weather closings. April 24 Schools reopen. May 28 Memorial Day. June 13 Last day of school. SNOW DAYS, EARLY DISMISSAL For closings, listen to radio station WXTR (1560 AM and 104 FM) or local television broadcasts. OFFICIALS Superintendent: John H. Bloom, 934-4671. School Board: Nancy J. Sefton, chairman, 934-4671. Jeffrey F. Clark Linda M. Creason Robert J. Fuller Vincent C. Hungerford Edith J. Patterson Norman J. Saunders For home telephone numbers of the superintendent and board members, call the board of education general information number. The numbers also are listed in the Parents' Handbook, available at any county school. Students representatives to the board, and their high schools are: Kathryn L. Gardiner, La Plata. Kim Coronel, Lackey. Babette Van Cleaf, Thomas Stone. Sue Cusic, McDonough. LUNCH PRICES: Breakfast, available at participating elementary schools and Piccowaxen Middle School: 55 cents, and at reduced price, 30 cents. Lunch: 90 cents for elementary students; $1 for middle and high school students. Reduced lunch price for all grades, 40 cents. Milk costs 25 cents per eight-ounce carton. GENERAL INFORMATION For general information and administrative offices, call the central office switchboard, 934-4671; from the District or its adjoining suburbs, call 870-3180. Recorded board of education meeting results: 932-6034. IMMUNIZATION Maryland law requires that all children be immunized against whooping cough, polio, rubella, tetanus and diphtheria. Frederick CALENDAR Sept. 6 School begins. Sept. 23 Frederick Fair; no classes. Oct. 28 In-service day, no classes. Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving holiday. Dec. 23-Jan. 2 Christmas holiday. Feb. 24 In-service day; no classes. April 16-23 Spring break. April 24 Classes resume. May 8 Primary election; no classes. May 28 Memorial Day. June 14 Last day of school. Classes end after lunch. Snow days and early dismissal: Decisions are made by the county school board and are broadcast over local radio stations. For the most up-to-date information, call 694-6626 or 694-1000. OFFICIALS Superintendent: Stuart D. Berger, 694-1310. School Board: 694-1310. Rita S. Gordon, president. Marvin C. Anthony, vice president. Sue Ann Yingling. Claude R. Delauter, Jr. Gail T. Bowerman John R. Martin Rodger C. Eyler LUNCH PRICES School lunches are 90 cents for elementary school students, $1 for middle and high school students. IMMUNIZATION Maryland law requires that all children be immunized against whooping cough, polio, rubella, tetanus and diphtheria. Howard CALENDAR Sept. 6 Classes open. Sept. 8 Rosh Hashanah. Oct. 28 Teachers convention; no classes. Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving. Dec. 26-Jan. 2 Winter vacation. Jan. 16 Martin Luther King's birthday. Jan. 23 Professional work day for teachers, no classes. Feb. 20 Presidents Day. April 16-23 Spring vacation. May 8 Primary Election Day. May 28 Memorial Day. June 14 Classes end. OFFICIALS Superintendent: M. Thomas Goedeke, 992-0500. School board: 992-0500. John C. Murphy, chairman, 997-8116. Stanley Salett, vice chairman, 596-4614. Karen A. Federline, 854-0222. William T. Manning, 596-5046. Deborah Kendig, 465-7791. MEALS School lunches cost 95 cents for students through Grade 5, $1 for Grades 6-12. WEATHER CLOSINGS The snow day information number is 992-0500, but school closing information is usually broadcast on Baltimore- and Washington-area radio and television stations by 6 a.m., so use those rather than clog the Howard County phone line, officials said. GENERAL INFORMATION Information is available at 992-0500. IMMUNIZATION State law requires any child entering kindergarten to be immunized against diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, polio, measles and rubella. Montgomery CALENDAR Sept. 1 Schools opens. Sept. 5 Labor Day. Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving. Dec. 26-Jan. 2 Christmas break. Jan. 16 Martin Luther King's birthday. Jan. 23 Professional day (semester break). Feb. 20 George Washington's birthday. April 16-23 Spring break. May 8 Primary Election Day. May 28 Memorial Day. June 14 Schools close. OFFICIALS School board office, 279-3617. Superintendent: Wilmer S. Cody, 279-3383
School board: Blair Ewing, president, 588-3926. Marilyn Praisner, vice president, 572-4647. James Cronin, 565-3322. Marian Greenblatt, 439-9537. Suzanne Peyser, 469-9338. Odessa Shannon, 384-4184. Robert Shoenberg, 933-4972. MEALS School lunch and breakfast prices will be the same as last year. Elementary lunch, including milk, will cost 80 cents. Junior and senior high lunch, including milk, will cost 85 cents. Students qualifying for reduced lunch prices will pay 40 cents at all grade levels. Breakfast at all grade levels will cost 50 cents; students qualifying for reduced prices will pay 30 cents. Milk bought separately will cost 25 cents for all students. CLOSINGS School closings and opening delays due to bad weather or other emergencies will be broadcast over local radio stations minutes after the decision is made. School officials have asked parents not to call schools, school offices, radio or police stations for this information. GENERAL INFORMATION Information about school news is recorded daily and is available on tape 24 hours a day by calling 279-3673. Also, two radio stations, WNIX (1600 AM) at 12:57 p.m. and WCTN (950 AM) at 2:20 p.m., broadcast daily news about Montgomery County schools. Ken Muir is spokesman for the school system: 279-3391. IMMUNIZATION Children registering for the first time in a Montgomery County school should bring a copy of their birth certificate, and children in kindergarten through sixth grade also should bring proof of immunization against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio, measles and rubella. Secondary school students must be immunized against both types of measles. Students returning to this country after living abroad or coming to the country for the first time also must provide proof of immunization against tuberculosis. Prince Georges' CALENDAR Aug. 29 School opens. Sept. 5 Labor Day. Sept. 8 Rosh Hashanah. Oct. 27 Professional Duty Day; schools closed. Oct. 28 Teachers' convention. Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving. Dec. 26-Jan 2 Winter break. Jan. 16 Martin Luther King's birthday. Feb. 20 George Washington's birthday. April 16-23 Spring break. May 8 Primary Election Day. May 28 Memorial Day. June 8 Classes end. OFFICIALS Superintendent: Edward J. Feeney, 952-4404. School board: 952-4324. Susan Bieniasz, chairman, 577-7201. Catherine Burch, vice chairman, 422-4462. Angelo Castelli, 839-5669. Leslie Kreimer, 441-1990. Norman Saunders, 868-4078. Sarah Johnson, 736-3810. Bonnie Johns, 773-6404. Paul Shelby, 262-7283. Student member Kim Jackson, 322-2437. WEATHER CLOSINGS Call 952-4350. GENERAL INFORMATION Brian Porter, public information officer, 952-4350. MEALS Lunch prices are 90 cents for elementary school students, 95 cents for secondary school students; 55 cents for breakfast (offered in 135 of 175 schools) and 25 cents for a half pint of milk. IMMUNIZATIONS Maryland law requires that all students entering school through Grade 6 be immunized with a minimum of one dose each for diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio, measles and rubella. Parents must bring proof of immunization to register student in those elementary grades. In addition, immunization against measles is required through Grade 12. St. Mary's CALENDAR Sept. 6 Schools open. Sept. 23 County Fair Day. Oct. 28 Maryland State Teachers Association Convention, no classes. Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving. Dec. 23-Jan. 2 Winter break. Jan. 20 Teacher professional day; no classes. Feb. 20 Washington's birthday. March 15-16 Teacher professional day; no classes. April 20-24 Spring holidays. May 8 Primary election day; no school. May 28 Memorial Day. June 14 Last day of classes. MEALS Breakfast: available at participating elementary schools, free for qualifying students; reduced-price breakfast, 30 cents; 55 cents for other students; 95 cents for adults. Lunch prices: elementary, 90 cents; middle and high schools, $1, reduced price for all grades, 40 cents. Milk, 25 cents. Adult lunch with beverage is $1.80, $1.55 without. OFFICIALS Superintendent: Larry L. Lorton, home phone, 373-8181. School Board: Dorothy L. Harper, president, home phone 884-4801. Eleanor N. Ritchie, vice president, 373-8393.
John G. Lancaster, 863-8422. John A. McFadden, 475-2554. William B. Wagoner, 863-8641. GENERAL INFORMATION Information officer, Sudha K. Haley, 475-8971. For weather closings, listen to radio stations WKIK (1370 AM) and WPTX (920 AM and 98 FM).
Doris Eugene's name was omitted from last week's listing of Prince George's County School Board members. Her phone number is 572-5503.