About Lauren Grey-Hawkins

Lauren is the Business and Communication Specialist for the Division of Partnerships, Development, and Marketing.

LitCon Brings Students Together Through YA Literature

March 15th, 2019|Glen Burnie Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Community, Our Employees|

National Book Award Finalist Jason Reynolds joined Glen Burnie High School (GBHS) as the keynote speaker for LitCon: Volume 1, Anne Arundel County Public Schools’ first teen literature conference.

Finding My Calling in Meade’s Signature Program

March 13th, 2019|Meade Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Students|

"I started to get focused and motivated in my junior year at Meade Senior High School once I heard about our school's Homeland Security Signature program and the opportunities that came with it."

Bringing “Real-World Learning” to the Next Level at CAT North

March 13th, 2019|Our AACPS Stories, Our Community|

What began as a training opportunity for AACPS HVAC technicians blossomed into a hands-on, real-world learning experience for students.

Working Alongside the Teachers Who Impacted Me

March 11th, 2019|Arundel Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Alumni, Our Employees|

"It is very exciting for me to be working alongside the teachers that made such a huge difference in my life growing up!"

Building Community Relations In Unexpected Places

March 11th, 2019|Chesapeake Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Community|

The game of cornhole is fun, friendly, safe, portable, unisex, etc. I thought it would be fun to take a set of boards to various community functions to help build community relations.

Stepping Into Our Favorite Books

March 8th, 2019|Our AACPS Stories|

If you had a chance to walk down the halls of Maryland City Elementary School on March 8, you would have been greeted by Pete the Cat, Ling & Ting, Fancy Nancy, and lots of Cats in the Hat.

Helping My Kids At Home and in Our School

March 12th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Community, Our Employees, Park Elementary|

"Being in the classroom, I’m seeing what they’re going through and I can help and reassure them. Knowing that I have that insight means I’m helping kids here and I’m helping them at home."

Learning New Skills at Park

March 7th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Students, Park Elementary|

"I wish the whole world knew that Park is a friendly school where teachers teach you about strategies and skills."

We Are a Family at Park Elementary School

March 8th, 2019|North County Thank-A-Gram, Our AACPS Stories, Our Alumni, Our Community, Our Employees, Our Teachers, Park Elementary|

As educators, "We wouldn’t bring our own children here if we didn’t think they’d get the best education possible."

At Home At Park

March 7th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Alumni, Our Employees, Our Teachers, Park Elementary|

"This is where I feel I do my best work and I never want to be anywhere else—I never need to be anywhere else."

Park is a Special School

March 7th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Students, Park Elementary|

"I don’t know what makes this school special, but it’s just special to me."

I’ve Never Found a Better School

March 11th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Community, Our Employees, Our Students, Park Elementary|

"If I had my way, this school would go from PreK-12th grade so my son would never have to leave."

Educating Students & Families

March 7th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Employees, Park Elementary|

"Ms. Blondell believes, like I do, that you not only need to educate the child, you need to educate the parents."

Making a Difference with My Park Family

March 7th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Employees, Park Elementary|

"This school is like a family--the students, the employees, and the community—it’s what keeps me here and it’s the reason that I want this to be the school I retire from."

Meeting Students’ Needs Outside of School

March 12th, 2019|North County Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Community, Park Elementary|

“So many of these families don’t have family support, which makes what HOPE [For All] does so important. ...The impact is just incredible.”