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Prince George's County News Flash For November 12-19
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Prince George's County News Flash For November 12-19

 

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Laurel High School JROTC Unit Evaluation
Nov. 15 
• 7:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Laurel High School • 8000 Cherry Lane, Laurel
INFO: 301-497-2050

G. James Gholson Middle School Celebrates School Psychology Awareness Week
Nov. 14-18 • throughout the school day
G. James Gholson Middle School • 900 Nalley Road, Landover 
INFO: 301-883-8390
Students at G. James Gholson Middle School will write “gratitude letters” to show their appreciation during School Psychology Awareness Week.

Kettering Elementary School Celebrates American Education Week
Nov. 15 & 16 • throughout the school dayKettering Elementary School • 11000 Layton Street, Upper Marlboro
INFO: 301-808-5977
Staff will wear sports jerseys on Nov. 15 to celebrate the theme “We are all on the same team rooting for a good education!” Staff will wear suspenders on Nov. 16 to show their “support” for education, and students will wear brain headbands because “a mind is a terrible thing to waste.”

Potomac Landing Elementary School Celebrates American Education Week
Nov. 16 • 1-2 p.m.Potomac Landing Elementary School • 12500 Fort Washington Road, Fort Washington
INFO: 301-203-1114
In celebration of American Education Week, Jeff Kinney, Author and Illustrator of Diary of a Wimpy Kid will be a guest speaker during the school’s Open House assembly.

Gaywood Elementary Students Learn Math and Science While Making Bread
Nov. 16
Gaywood Elementary School
6701 97th Avenue, Seabrook
INFO: 585-689-0944
Potomac Elementary School students will take part in a hands-on, interactive, interdisciplinary in-school field trip called “Breadmakingez.” Students will learn math and science concepts, healthy nutrition, and how to make bread. 

Charles Carroll Middle School Hosts Career and Technical Education Fair
Nov. 17 • throughout the school day
Charles Carroll Middle School • 6130 Lamont Drive, New Carrollton 
INFO: 301-918-6840
Charles Carroll Middle School will host a career and technical education fair to promote positive figures in the community and provide information on college and career options.

Largo High School Hosts College Fair 
Nov. 17 • 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Largo High School • 505 Largo Road, Upper Marlboro
INFO: 301-808-8880
Largo High School will host a college fair that is open to all students attending Prince George’s County public schools.

William Paca Elementary School Hosts Books, Bears and Blankets Family Literacy and Math Night
Nov. 17 • 6:30-8 p.m.

William Paca Elementary School • 7801 Sheriff Road, Landover
INFO: 301-925-1330
In celebration of American Education Week, William Paca Elementary School will host a special night for family to take part in fun math and reading activities and games.

Panorama Elementary School Jumps Rope for Heart
Nov. 18 • 12:30-1 p.m.
Panorama Elementary School • 2002 Callaway Street, Temple Hills
INFO: 301-702-3870
Students and staff at Panorama Elementary are raising money for the American Heart Association by collecting donations and participating in a Jumpathon.

Suitland High School PTSA Hosts “Suitland’s Men in the Kitchen”
Nov. 18 • 7-9 p.m.
Suitland High School • Cafeteria • 5200 Silver Hill Road, Forestville
INFO: 301-817-0500
The Suitland High School PTSA will host a fundraiser event that features homemade cuisine from Suitland’s men, including administrators, teachers, parents, and community members. 

Bond Mill Elementary School Hosts 29th Annual Craft Fair
Nov. 19 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Bond Mill Elementary School • Multipurpose Room • 16001 Sherwood Avenue, Laurel
INFO: 301-497-3600
Bond Mill will hold its 29th Annual Craft Fair to raise funds for the fifth grade end-of-year activities. Interested crafters and vendors can call the school to set up table rentals.

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