About Lauren Grey-Hawkins

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

One Enthusiastic, Positive and Genuine Teacher

May 21st, 2018|Glen Burnie Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our AACPS Story Locations, Our Community, Our Employees, Our Teachers|

"My grandson had Ms. Brady for Kindergarten last year and my granddaughter has her this year. They both love her as she makes them feel special no matter what they are doing."--Linda Batts, Grandparent

Students set to showcase their creativity and innovation at Global academic competition

May 21st, 2018|Old Mill Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Community|

"Destination Imagination, Inc. is a global, volunteer-led non-profit whose mission is to teach students the creative process and help them gain the 21st century skills needed to succeed in the future workforce, including creative and critical thinking, collaborative problem solving and project management. The only elementary-level team from Anne Arundel County invited to compete in Global Finals and represent Maryland is the Millersville Masterminds, from Millersville Elementary."--Stephanie Ashley, Parent

Cassandra Hart & Corinne Papandrew, Jessup Elementary School

May 21st, 2018|Meade Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

We have no words to describe how grateful we are to have you as my daughter's teachers.

Exploring the Medical Field through BMAH

May 21st, 2018|Glen Burnie Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Students|

"Even though I am only a freshman in the BioMedical Allied Health Program (BMAH), I have already discovered so much about the entire field of medicine, from the anatomy to public medical crises and soft skills."--Annaliese, Student

Now: BMAH; Next Step: Harvard

May 21st, 2018|Glen Burnie Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Students|

"I am just a freshman, I have already been presented with many incredible opportunities that strongly relate to my future medical aspirations, such as the Anne Arundel Medical Center Job Shadow, the live fundoplication procedure, the Tech Mania Job Shadow, and the Maryland Shock Trauma Job Shadow, just to name a few."--Julia, Student

Following my future with BMAH

May 21st, 2018|Glen Burnie Stories, Our AACPS Stories, Our Students|

"I joined the BioMedial Allied Health Magnet Program and I was placed on a pathway that put me on the right track for my career. After a terrible accident during my junior year I thought I was going to be sick of the medical profession but the medical professionals I met inspired to me to be the best me."--Jennifer, Student

Ann Allam, Glen Burnie Evening High School

May 21st, 2018|Glen Burnie Thank-A-Grams, Thank-A-Grams|

Your work and commitment to our Evening High School students is remarkable. The giving of your time and talents is something that we cannot thank you for enough.

Chessie Calloway, Monarch Global Academy Laurel

May 18th, 2018|Meade Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

Your positive attitude and tremendous effort does not go unnoticed! It has been a pleasure to have you as our teacher this year!

Tanya Hylton, Monarch Academy Glen Burnie

May 18th, 2018|Glen Burnie Thank-A-Grams, Thank-A-Grams|

You always make it fun and have a good attitude. You always find a way to make me smile!

Gregory Mullen, Chesapeake Science Point

May 18th, 2018|Meade Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

Mr. Mullen is very funny. All though I am not in his class, he is very kind to me.

Rebecca Thomas, Monarch Annapolis

May 18th, 2018|Annapolis Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

Like all kids his age, [our child] is a sponge and it is fun to experience how quickly he is learning and growing.

Linda Lippert, Jessup Elementary School

May 18th, 2018|Meade Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

Thank you so much for teaching our children to love learning. Your enthusiasm is contagious and your love for learning apparent.

Melissa Downs, Hebron Harman Elementary School

May 18th, 2018|Meade Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

You have been the key to [our son's] success in 5th grade, both academically as well as emotionally. He has learned so much, but also gained more confidence, and we love you for it.

Cassandra Quigley, Jessup Elementary School

May 18th, 2018|Meade Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

I would like to say thank you for working with me through Home and Hospital Teaching. Without teachers like you, I would not be able to continue my education and still be connected to my school.

Kate Simmons, Manor View Elementary School

May 18th, 2018|Meade Thank-A-Gram, Thank-A-Grams|

The way you pour into your students is so appreciated. You must have twice as many hours in a day as a regular teacher with all you have accomplished this year!