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“It's an opportunity for the community to allow children who normally wouldn't be able to go to preschool to expand their horizons to close the educational gap,” said Joy Fountain, director at The Learning Bee in Frederick County.
“People tend to, for whatever reason, not pay attention to the red flashing lights and the stop arm on the school buses and we're trying to keep our kids safe and that's the only way we can do it," Mullendore said.
For many four state area families, school is back in session and students are getting back into the routine. But for some Frederick County families consolidating bus stops has them concerned.
As school starts next week, local law enforcement officials are advising residents to be alert and slow down to children safe.
A non-profit organization in Frederick County wants to make sure all kids have the supplies they need for the school year.
Organizers hope to fill an entire school bus with supplies by the end of the drive.
The first day of school can be an exciting experience, but for some kids, being away from mom and dad for the first time is a little overwhelming.
Hagerstown non-profit helps Washington County Public School students even after the first day of classes.
As students head back to school, it's hard for parents and teachers to ignore the price of school supplies.
Linganore High School has has received a $73-million makeover and will open in the fall as the the 10th public high school in the county.
School supplies can be pricey, but there's a way you can get them for free.
Sagittaurius stylists give haircuts to hundreds of children and all of the proceeds go to Alex's Lemonade Stand.
Summer is almost to an end, meaning some people may be doing some back-to-school shopping, and now is the right time to get low prices on the newest trends.
Kids are going back to school in just a few weeks, and that means they'll be spending more time on the computer doing homework, but that's also the perfect place for predators to prey on unsuspecting children.
FCPS welcomes students back on Monday, August 23.
Washington County Public School students are gearing up for back to school, and teachers are doing the same.
The return to the classroom is just around the corner, and about the only people really celebrating that are retailers.
Many families in the four state area are getting ready for a new school year, but one family in Frederick is preparing a little differently.
Head back to school in style!