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					GLEN BURNIE HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                   Volume XXXI, Issue 5,       June, 2008
PRINCIPAL’S NEWSLETTER                                             Sam Salamy Principal
                                                                   Sharon Alasandro   Assistant Principal
                                                                   David Kauffman     Assistant Principal
                                                                   Paul Kriewald      Assistant Principal
       SUMMER OFFICE HOURS                                         Bonita Sims        Assistant Principal
           8 AM TO 3 PM                                            Carol Thornburg    Assistant Principal
                                                                   Kimberly Guinn     Administrator
       MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

    Gle n Burnie High School, a community of learners becoming responsible, respectful
  citizens having high expectations for all stude nts where succeeding is the only option.



Dear Parents and Glen Burnie High School Community Members,

        This certainly has been another exciting year for all of us at Glen Burnie High School, full of
many accomplishments, fond memories, and challenges. Now that the school year is coming to a
close, I’d say it has been a very rewarding year for our students, staff, and community.

        We recently honored over 600 students at our 3 rd marking period Honor Roll Assembly
including 100+ Principal Honor Roll recipients. Three of our Seniors were awarded scholarships at
the Annual AACPS Scholarship for Scholars Ceremony on April 28 th. We will also be honoring over
100 Seniors at our forthcoming Senior Awards Program. Brandon Albert, a 2004 Glen Burnie High
School graduate was recently drafted in the first round of the NFL draft (by the Kansas City Chiefs)
and Fagan Harris, a 2005 graduate was elected President of the Student Government at Stanford
University. Congratulations to all these Gophers, present and past. These are only examples of the
wonderf ul ac complishments our present and past students are achieving.

        Even though there is only a few weeks left in the school year there are st ill many important
and exciting events coming up. We are currently in the midst of Advanced Placement Testing which
will be completed just prior t o our High School Assessment Testing. AP testing concludes on May
16th and H.S.A. testing begins May 19-22. H.S.A. make-ups will be given the week of May 27-30.
Students are reminded of the importance of these state assessments ( 5/19 – U.S. Government,
5/20 English 10, 5/21 – Biology, and 5/22 – Algebra. Students not taking the scheduled H.S.A.
test(s) will arrive at school 3-hours later than the normal starting time on May 19, 20, 21 and 22.

       Senior Awards are May 28, 2008 at 7 PM in the auditorium. The Senior Prom is May 30th and
Graduation is June 11, 2008 at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro at 7:30 PM. May 30 th is the
last day for Seniors and June 6th is the last day for underclassmen.

        Senior exams begin on May 27-30 and underclass exams are June 3 – June 6. Please refer to
the inside pages of the Newsletter for additional information.
        Again, I would like to thank everyone for their support and hard work. Glen Burnie High
School is fortunate to have such dedicated parents, staff, students, and community/business
partners. My hope is that everyone realizes what a wonderful school and community we have. Each
year our tradition becomes richer and our school becomes a little “better”. Look for our upcoming
Alumni Wall of Fame Ceremony this fall.

       I feel very proud and fortunate to have the opportunity to work with such a great staff,
students, parents, and community. The contributions made to our school by our PTSO, CAC,
Business Advisory Board, Sports Boosters, and Music Boosters are a mazing. We certainly appreciate
our parents’ and volunteers’ time, energy, and dedication. Your efforts and leadership make Glen
Burnie High School all that much better. We will miss our “graduating” volunteers immensely.
       I hope everyone has a safe and relaxing summer. Congratulations to the Class of 2008 and
best wishes to each and every one of you.

       Summer hours are 8 AM to 3 PM and will begin on June 16. Final report cards will be mailed
by the end of June.

       August will be here before we know it. Please look for our next newsletter and check our
website. We’d also like to welcome the incoming Class of 2012. We are expecting great things from
them and a great 2008-09 school year for everyone.

      Have a safe and relaxing summer.




                                         Sam Salamy
                                         Principal




INDEX:

      Page   3      Last day for A.A. County Public Schools students changed to June 6, 2008
             4      GBHS School Calendar
             5      June Semester Exam Schedule
             6      Graduation, Senior Prom, Senior Awards Assembly, Graduation Rehearsal
             7      Third Marking Period Honor Roll
             8      Student Parking Information
             9      GBHS Fall Sports Registration Schedule
             10     Immunization Information
             11     Health Information, Catch the Reading Bug
             12     Secondary Summer School Information
             13     Secondary Summer School Information
             14     2008-09 A.A. County Public School Calendar
             15     School Supply List for 2008-09
             16     Tech Prep Info, Chesapeake Arts Center
                                GBHS SCHOOL CALENDAR

MAY            5-16    AP Testing
               8       Talent Show – 7 PM - Auditorium
               9       Interims Distributed
               13      Music Boosters Banquet – 6:30 – La Fontaine Bleu
               15      Evening of Dance – 7 PM – Auditorium
               16      H.S.A. Pep Rally
               16      Junior Prom – 7 PM – Michael’s 8th Avenue
               19-22   High School Assessment Administration (HSA)
               21      *Locker Clean-out for Seniors
               23      Yearbook Signing Party
               26      All Schools and Central Offices Closed – Memorial Day
               27-30   Senior Exams
               27      Chorus Concert
               28      Senior Awards – 7 PM – Auditorium
               29      Cluster Day
               29      Senior Exams
               30      Senior Exams
               30      Last Day for Graduating Seniors
               30      Band Concert – 7 PM – Auditorium
               30      Senior Prom – 8 PM – BWI Marriott


JUNE           2       CAC Meeting
               2       *Locker Clean-out for Students
               3       Preschool Graduation – 4 PM - Cafeteria
               6       Last Day for Students
               9       Graduation Rehearsal – 8 AM - Auditorium
               11      Graduation – 7:30 PM – Show Place Arena
               11      Last Day for Teachers


*All lockers must be cleaned out before exams start so that students can return all instructional materials.
Please inform and encourage students to completely clean-out their lockers and remove their locks no
later than Wednesday, May 21st , for seniors and Monday, June 2nd, for underclassmen. Items left in
lockers after this date will be discarded.
                       Commence ment for the Class of 2008 will be held
                                 Wednesday, June 11, 2008
                                          7:30 PM
                           The Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro

The Show Place Arena is large enough to accommodate all seniors in a single ceremony, provide
each senior with eight (8) guest tickets, and provide the guests air-conditioned comfort.

Graduating seniors who violate Board Policy 908 are subject to the provisions as
stated in Administrative Regulation 908: Alcoholic Beverages, Controlled Dangerous
Substances, or other intoxicants. That regulation states in relevant part:
   C. Penalty for Violation by Graduating Students
         1.    Graduating students who violate Board policies on possession,
               consumption, or distribution of alcoholic beverages, controlled
               dangerous substances, counterfeit controlled dangerous substances,
               noncontrolled substances as defined by Article 27, Section 286B of the
               Annotated Code of Maryland, or other intoxicant at any time during the
               last four weeks of school prior to the last scheduled day for
               graduating students, or during the time between the last scheduled day
               and the graduation ceremony, whether the activity takes place on
               school buses, within a school building or upon any school property, or
               during any school, school related, or Board sponsored activity,
               whether held on school property or at locations off school property,
               including private clubs, businesses, or commercial establishments,
         2.    shall be prohibited from participation in all senior activities,
               including proms, award ceremonies and graduation ceremonies.
         3.    Diplomas earned by students denied participation in graduation
               ceremonies will be available upon request in the office of the
               appropriate school principal on the first workday following graduation
               ceremonies.

Because the last scheduled day for graduating students this year is May 30, 2008, the
effective date under the “last four weeks” provision is May 2, 2008.

May 2, 2008 is the last day a graduating senior can be enrolled in the Alternatives
to Drugs Program, Responsible Actions Program, and the Anti-Tobacco Use Program.



                          APPROVED ACTIVITIES – CLASS OF 2008

SENIOR PROM:                    May 30, 2008
                                BWI Marriott
                                8:00 to 12:00 PM

SENIOR AWARDS ASSEMBLY:         May 28, 2008
                                7:00 PM
                                GBHS Auditorium

All seniors and parents are invited to attend the Senior Awards Assembly. Parents of
seniors to be recognized will receive an announcement for the event and I hope that
parents of all senior recipients will be able to attend.


COMMENCEMENT REHEARSAL:         June 9, 2008
                                8AM
                                GBHS Auditorium
                              GLEN BURNIE HIGH SCHOOL
                           JUNE 2008 SEMESTER EXAM SCHEDULE


               Required examinations will be given in all classes as noted

Monday                June 2                 Semester Exams-Center of Applied Technology

Tuesday               June 3                 Period 1-B    and        Period 2-B
                                             2 Hour Early Dismissal

Wednesday             June 4                 Period 1-A    and        Period 2-A
                                             2 Hour Early Dismissal

Thursday              June 5                 Period 3-B    and        Period 4-B

Friday                June 6                 Period 3-A    and        Period 4-A
                                             2 Hour Early Dismissal


                      All students will be in class by 7:17 AM on each exam day.

                  Semester exams may not be given at times other than scheduled
                          to accommodate jobs, trips, or similar reasons.



                                       MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

Make-up exams will be approved only for documented personal illness or other serious situation approved by
an administrator . Upon presentation of a note or pass indicating an excused absence the student may make
arrangements to make-up exams. Exams may be made up by arrangement with the teacher .



                                EXAM SCHEDULE – JUNE 3-6, 2008

                                7:17     -    7:25         Announcements
                                7:25     -    9:25         Exam
                                9:25     -    9:45         Break
                                9:50     -   11:50         Exam
                               11:50     -   11:55         Announcements


                 If schools have a 2-Hour delayed opening due to inclement weather
                          the examinations will be given starting at 9:17 AM
                              and students will be dismissed at 1:55 PM
                                        THIRD MARKING PERIOD
                                       PRINCIPAL’S HONOR ROLL
GRADE 9:    Phillip Billings, Kelli Crowe, Angel Cruz-Hiraldo, Amber Curtis, Kori Drake, Samuel George, Gregory Kogut , Lauren
            Newton, Bryan Santos, Ashley Shrader, Dakota Slay -Vincent, Laura Stevenson

GRADE 10:   Amanda Crouse, Cally Hayes, Elyar Helili, Tuan Huynh, Cory M ead, Skylar Nagel, Georgette Ndamukong, Sandra
            Oyeneyin, M allorie Rosado, Noella Sama, M atthew Savage

GRADE 11:   Ariel Brundick, Alan Chester, Christopher Cone, Jessica Davis-Coleman, Persephone Della, Nicholas Fountain, Sherrie
            Fountain, Erin Hanson, Kimberly Harrell, Sarah Helmick, Lina Hoch, Eve Holmes, Nathaniel Hunt, Quashawna
            Jefferson, Azure Johnson, Nicole M cGuire, Sara Nelson, M ichael Reese, Daniel Rotondo, Janille Santos, Sarah Serio,
            Kiera Stepney, Sarah Stevens, Sarah Williams, M ikayla Young

GRADE 12:   Amanda Affeldt, Amanda Aragon, Heather Arrington, Takyra Baker, Cory Baldw in, Steven Boyer, Stephanie Brailer,
            Amber Byczynski, Debra Carpenter, Kristen Carter, Samantha Chappell, Tiara Collins, Kate Colter, Andrew Cryan, Ryan
            Fake, Christina Ferger, Rashelle Francis, Eric Hammack, Tyare Hamrick, Tiffany Herron, Anna Holmes, Shetarah Hope,
            Beverly Howard, M uriel Jackson, Kevin Jacob, Cherise Jivers, Chelsea Kaline, Efrem Keene, Christopher Kelch, Eun
            Kim, M arianna Kogut, Nikki M azzatenta, Thomas M cHan, Ryan M ercurio, Kaylie M inor, Tracy M organ, M arissa
            M orrill, Riley Myers, Amanda Naegele, Ryan Nap ora, Noland Nguyen, Curtis Nouchi, Corey Parce, Colin Pomerantz,
            M ary Powell, Samantha Pully, Jakob Rexine, Erica Richards, Susan Saghy, Leanne Santos, Andrew Schillinger, Anthony
            Schmidt, Natalea Shaver, Ceaira Shell, Rodney Smiling, Ariel Snowden, Timothy Stem, Jason Steward, Aasam
            Tasaddaq, Jessica Taylor, Lindsay Teague, Anthony Thompkins, Robert Thompson Jr., M acey Tryon, Walter Vargas -
            Licona, Brianna Williams, Casey Williams, Stanley Williams III, Chunjin Ye

                                                   B HONOR ROLL

GRADE 9:    Britani Alexander, Lynaie Ash-Lewtas, Bethany Barber, M organ Billings, Casondra Bozman, M ichael Buebe, Adelaide
            Buker, Nathan Carper, Jordyn Childress, Elisabeth Cmiel, Antoine Collins, Clifton Collins Jr., M ark Converso, Bradley
            Cugle, Gabriela David-M urillo, Collin Dehner, Ryan Deller, Tyler DeM arsh, Kyera Downing, Diamante Duckett, Kerlin
            Estrada-Solozano, Kelly Forsgren, Aaron Giles, Erika Goodfellow, M ichaela Green, Jahmila Grosvenor, Sophie Habib,
            Victoria Hall, Elizabeth Hampton, Erin Harvey, Shawn Haught, M eghan Heller, M arvin Herrera, Telina Hodge, William
            Hough, Kyle Howard, Ethan Hungelmann, Katelyn Hunt, Innyoung Hwang, Samantha Isaac, Joshua Jackson, Nichelle
            Jacoby, Thomas Jasmine, Roger Juarez, Dumuria Keller Jr., Linda Kilpatrick, Jasmine King, Alison Knott, Brian Lee,
            Lin Lin, Tabitha Lloyd, Briana Lowman, Brooke M ackall, Jasmine M arcelo, M artia M ariano, Ian M cGuirk, M ariela
            M edrano, M onique M oulden, Shelly M owder, Kadedria M urphy, Teryll Myers, Alyssa Neal, Caitlin Nicodemi, Jessi
            Orme, Hiralben Patel, Katelyn Patrick, Ian Queen, John Reid Jr., Jon Reio, Husam Rizvi, Karen Roces, Jasmine Rost -
            Wilson, Zachary Russell, Sydney Schafer, Brady Schillinger, Kayla Schmidt, Zackary Schmidt, Rachel Scott, Simone
            Seitz, Ce’Neeka Shell, Bryan Showalter Jr., Shelby Smith, Ashley Spitznagel, Tiffany Stammer, Ashley Swann, Brian
            Tyndall Jr., Didma Valenzuela, Elva Valle M aldonado, Laura Vargas, Jason Vo, Paris Wallace, Tyler Warnick, Jasmine
            Weeks-DeLosSantos, Jordan Wenige, Casie Wicless, M artin Wilhelm, Cory Williams, Sydney Williams Turner,
            Samantha Winner, Adam Winter, Gregory Wolf, Cara Woods, Jessica Woodson, Cassandra Yates, Stephanie Yaw,
            Dakota Young

GRADE 10:   Kristen Adams, Paris Adams, Jessica A gnor, Kristen Akridge, M arc Chikoy Alido, Vanessa Armijo, Benazir Bano,
            Christopher Barger, Daniel Boeddeker, Rebecca Boyer, Erin Brenneman, Ciera Brown, Patrice Brown, Dontae Bryant,
            Brieanna Burkindine, Jessica Bury, Chelsea Carmody, Nancy Chong, M cKenna Clark, Taylor Collins, Gary Confer,
            Anna Conklin, Samantha Connatser, Angela Conti, Cody Cook, Ashley Cooke, M ichelle Cowan, Lisamarie Crowe,
            Sarah Cummings, Timothy Dvis, Erik Deaton, Laurian Della, Elizabeth Eduvigen, Daniel Eldred, Lauren Eldridge,
            Alexandra Emge, M ichael Faulkner, Stephen Feick, Raechel Francis, Jacquia Frye, Alix Gadow, Allison Gee, Caitlyn
            German, Taylor Gunter, Samantha Harthman, Emilio Henderson, Richard Henderson, Jessica Henson, Justin Hileman,
            Garrett Hopkins, Sunyoung Hwang, Lawrence Isong, Jordan Jackson, Kevin Johansen, Jennifer Johnson, Anucha
            Kaewchui, Allison Kane, Brittany Kincer, Kaylee Knight, Kristen Koviloff, Gregory Kralik, Amber Krupnik, Thomas
            Lange, Jonathan Laporte, Stacy Loudermilk, Heather M artin, Anna M atos, Joseph M cCann, Olivia M cCarthy, Tierra
            M cleod, Kacey M ihm, Rodrigo M ontes, Garrett Morgan, Rhiannon M orsberger, Brandon Nardone, Esther Ndamukong,
            Nadine Nguyen, Daniel Nicholson, Cory Owens, Jose Luis Perez Ortega, Ashley Quinn, Ryan Rankins, Jesus Rico-
            M alagon, Casey Ries, Bianca Ross, Charles Ross, Shawn Ruhling, Katherine Ruiz, Nurys Salinas-Amaya, David
            Sandoval-Pena, Kenneth Santos, Rozelle Santos, Porcha Scurry, Cara Shillenn, Aleksander Shipitsin, Tyler Sigley,
            Courtney Strambler, Hasnain Tasaddaq, Phillip Thompkins, Joshua Towers, Parnwasu Treeratsirikul, Chiara Tringali,
            Rosemary Vance, Tationna Ward, Breonna Watson, M atthew Watson, Ashley White, Brent White, Cipriana White,
            Amber Winfield, Carrie Winter, James Wonsever, Ning Yu
GRADE 11:   Stacey Adams, M atthew Ashcom, Lauren Asquith, Elizabeth Atiyyat, Eugenia Barczak, Delaney Bentley, Kevin
            Boswell, Jalisa Brogden, Danielle Brown, Camille Buck, Rebecca Buebe, Christopher Calianno, Jaclyn Carneal, Travis
            Chess, Nicolas Corradini, Timothy Coulbourn, David Cowan, Nicolette Cunningham, M elodie Daniels, M aria Dill,
            Angelo Dilonardo, M atthew Dudley, Shaniqua Dupree, Shirelle Ellis, Rebeca Flores, Gilbert Fouch, Kyle Gibson, Kelly
            Granger, M ikesha Griffin, John Haislip, Daniel Hamvas, Brittanny Handiboe, M ichael Hankins, Justin Harbeson,
            Samantha Herd, M elissa Hill, Tiffany Hinkle, Jean Hopewell, Katie Howard, M onique Howard, Alison Howe, Laura
            Hubbard, Rachel Hungelmann, Bryan Jackson, Chelsea Jamerson, Kenneth Johansen, George Johnson, M ichael Johnson,
            Erica Jones, Kendall Jones, Christina Keefer, Taylor Kincer, Jessica Lain, Charles Lassiter, Kristina M acneal, Leon
            M cDonald, Tanner M ensch, Sha’Nika M iller, Tia M itchell, M olly Nader, Tina Nguyen, Shaun Nobile, Casey Nolan,
            Crystal Norfolk, Robert Nowland, Tiffany Okray, Grace Onayiga, Lauren Postley, Adam Pruitt, Caitlyn Ramsey, M arvin
            Redi Jr., Tyler Rodriguez, Ryder Ruark, Tyler Rudd, Samantha Schafer, Eric Schneider, Zachary Seeley, Ryan Sheckells,
            Joshua Sherrin, Rebecca Smith, M organ Spaner, Robert Stern, Amanda Tepper, Caitlin Topper, M egan Vest, Kevin
            Vongphakdy, Carly Watner, Brandy Wainright, Shelby Warner, Lauren Wells, Octavia White, Sade White, Timothy
            White, Jaymar Williams, Brittany Willingham

GRADE 12:   Rachael Adams, Alamgir Akbar, Amir Arnaut, Amanda Barrett, Julianne Baskerville, Sudesna Batajoo, M elinda Beck,
            Quintin Bekken, Brittany Biggs, M ichael Boschert, Ashley Brewer, Ethan Brewer, Eric Brown, M ary Bryant, M iyeiva
            Byndloss, Joseling Castillo Garcia, John Chaney III, Lina Chung, Breanna Clelland, Brittany Conner, Jennifer Cooper,
            Paola Corradini, Nianca Credle, Cassandra Criner, Chasity Dailey, Jamie Daugherty, Julie Davis, Daniel Davis III,
            Brittany Davis-Coleman, Tyeshia DeShields, Jessica Dillon, M ichael Duncan, Trenton Durr-Davis, Casey Edwards,
            Kierra Edwards, Lloyd Elgert, Bradley Farber, Sarah Fisher, Alexander Fleming, Ashley Fleming, Angela Fletcher,
            Jasper Franklin, Stephen Galindo, Allen Garber, M ichael Gartner, M ichael Gee, Kara Gensemer, Boray Gerigiden,
            Lindzee Gladu, M arcela Gomez, Samantha Gomez, Amber Gore, Scott Grand, David Grimes, Angel Guandique,
            M argaret Guinn, M ichelle Guthrie, Jessica Hackley, Alyssa Haislip, James Haley, David Hall, Erika Hammer, M elanie
            Hartford, Jasmine Hawkins, Ailiyazi Helili, Alysia Henderson, Christopher Hendrickson, Joseph Hernandez, Alexandra
            Holzberger, Jessica Hopkins, Anthony Iorio, Daniel Jackson, Derrick Jefferson, Sharief Jefferson, Clarissa Jimenez,
            Jenna Johnson, Leann Johnson, Lisa Johnson, M arcus Johnson, Lindsie Jordan, Nicholas Kapica, Sarah Keefer, Christine
            Killmayer, Erica Kinney, Justin Kruemmel, Jessica Kunz, John Ladner, Paul Lauer-Klein, Crystal League, Amber
            Leasure, Seung Lyul Lee, Howard Leonard, Samantha Lighthiser, Diane Linton, M irna Loiferman, Ronald Lowman,
            John M aloy, Kylin M ayberry, Colleen M cCauley, Jaclyn M cCoy, Kyle M cFarland, Timothy M cPeters, Joshua M illeker,
            Justin Morgan, Brittany M ullins, Skye M unoz, Franklin M use, M iguel Ochoa, Samantha O’Doherty, Bibek Pahari,
            Derrick Parsons, Erin Paul, Tina Pham, Russell Phillips, Eon Pitt, Amber Poist, Jessica Praybe, Brandon Price, Heat her
            Price, M olly Rafferty, Jose Ramirez, LuShawn Raynor, Ana Rico-M alagon, Veronica Riggs, Justin Roby, Kaitlyn
            Rogers, Sarah Rosenwald, Kelsey Rubright, Earl Schneider, Charles Schroen, Antoine Scott, Charles Sealing, Donte
            Sellman, M egan Shaffer, Laura Shields, John Shifflett, Sunny Silvius, Samantha Smith, Frank Spadaro, Brittney
            Speakman, John Speck, Ashley Spinks, Alesia Stevenson, Angel Stith, Cody Taliaferro, Arlene Thomas, David Unkle,
            Acacia Valencia, Dustin Van Ells, Justin Virts, John Voelker, Perry Wagner Jr., Travis Walters, M ark Warrington,
            Christopher Waters, Heather Weaver, M egan Wenige, Tristien Willey, George Williams, Katie Winter, Bret Woods,
            Jason Wright, Saquyn Wright, Rachel Yeary, Patrick Zebron, John Ziegler, M uhammad Zulfiqar
                         GLEN BURNIE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT PARKING
In as much as the Anne Arundel County Public Schools provide adequate, safe bus transportation to and from
school, it is expected that the majority of students at Glen Burnie High School will use this mode of
transportation.

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County is not responsible for damage to any motor vehicle parked on
Board of education property at any time. The Board does not carry insurance to cover vandalism, malicious
mischief or other acts, which might result in damage or loss to personal property.

Some parking spaces on the Kuethe Road side of GBHS have been reserved for student use subject to
regulations established by the school administration.
Student parking space is limited to SENIORS ONLY WHO MAINTAIN A 2.0 GRADE POINT AVERAGE (16 or
more credits earned as of August 25, 2008) and students involved in a school-based early release
program such as Vo-Tech or work-study.
The school reserves the authority to TOW vehicles without PROPER PERMITS or vehicles PARKED IN
RESTRICTED ZONES

Student Motor   Vehicle Registration forms are available in the Main Office. All students need to bring the
following:
               Signed Student Motor Vehicle Registration form
               The current vehicle registration form
               Valid Maryland driver’s license
               Insurance card
               $15.00 Permit Fee

Issuance of the Student parking permits will be in conjunction with the completion of the Parking Safety class
conducted by the School Resource Officer (SRO). The class will be held on August 25 th, 9 AM, in the Media
Center. After September 2, 2008 parking permits may be obtained 1:55 to 2:15 in the Business Manager’s
Office. (Students are still required to complete the Parking Safety Class with the SRO)

STUDENT PARKING REGULATIONS
   1.      All vehicles parking on school property must display a valid parking permit.
   2.      The school parking decal is to be placed on the inside windshield behind the rear view mirror below
           the tinted area. Any other placement is invalid.
   3.      Replacement cost is $5.00, no matte r what the reason.
   4.      Students violating the Lateness To Class Policy or other Anne Arundel County Public School Policy
           are subject to having their parking privilege revoked.
   5.      Students are to park in the parking lot on the Kuethe Road side of GBHS.
           (Students w ho Park along Glen Road or the Business Ed Lot are subject to being towed)
   6.      Students are not to go to their vehicles during the school day.
   7.      The school reserves the authority to TOW vehicles without PROPER PERMITS or vehicles PARKED
           IN RESTRICTED ZONES.
   8.      Parking violations include, but not limited to the following:
           a. Car illegally parked
           b. Reckless driving
           c. Parking without a permit
   9.      Progressive discipline will be exercised for parking violations.
                1 st Violation: Warning placed on vehicle

                After the warning, students may be subject to the following :
                       Parking ticket issued, $15.00 fine and letter home to parent
                       Parent conference with student for insubordination
                       Parking privileges suspended for two (2) weeks
                       Vehicle towed
                       Loss of parking privileges

                                       DRIVING TO SCHOOL AND PARKING ON CAMPUS
                                                IS A SENIOR PRIVILEGE!
                                            SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST FOR 2008-09



ART                                                                     Independent and Family Living
Lab/M aterial Cost:                                                     3-ring binder with dividers
$5 –All Level I 2D & 3D Studio Art Classes                              Loose leaf paper
$5 –AP Art History                                                      Blue or Black Pen
$5 –Foundations of Studio Art Classes                                   #2 Pencils
$10 –Level II & III, 2D Studio Classes                                  Applied Nutrition
$10 –Level I Photo/Digital Classes                                      Loose leaf paper
$15 – Level II & III Photo/Digital Classes                              Blue or black ink pen
$30 – AP Studio 2D Classes                                              Pencils - #2
$30 AP Studio 3D Classes                                                Lab Fee $10
Students are asked to bring the following to class every day:           Design I & II
Folder                                                                  Paper
Pencil(s)                                                               Binder
Eraser                                                                  Blue or black pen
                                                                        #2 pencil
B USINESS EDUCATION                                                     $10 Lab fee
3-ring binder with dividers (1” capacity)
Pen – black or blue
Pencils - #2                                                            FOREIGN LANGUAGE
                                                                        Notebook paper
ENGLIS H                                                                Pen and pencil
All English students are required to bring the following materials to   We also strongly recommend an inexpensive paperback dictionary.
class the first day of school:                                          NOTE: Individual courses will require         materials beyond
2-” 3-ring binder with pocket dividers (solely for English)            those listed above.
Loose leaf paper
Pocket folders
Pencils                                                                 MATHEMATICS
Blue or black pens                                                      All math students are required to bring the following materials to
Highlighter                                                             class beginning with the first day of school:
Whiteout                                                                Graph Paper
Dictionary and Thesaurus (small enough to fit in backpack)              3-ring binder
                                                                        Notebook paper
COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                        Pencils
3-ring notebook with pockets                                            Calculator (see specific course for type)
64 M B or higher USB Flash Drive                                        Straight edge ruler
                                                                        The items listed below are required specifically by course.
FACS                                                                    Geometry
Intro To Teaching                                                       Scientific or graphing calculator
Loose leaf paper                                                        Colored pencils
Binder                                                                  Compass
Blue or black ink pen                                                   Protractor
#2 pencil                                                               Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Pre-Calculus
Parenting                                                               Graphing calculator – TI-83 or TI-84
3-ring binder                                                           Graph paper
Loose leaf paper                                                        Colored pencils
Blue or black ink pen                                                   Prob./S tat.
Pencil - #2                                                             Graphing calculator – TI-83 or TI-84
Child Development                                                       Graph paper
3-ring binder with dividers                                             Calculus
Loose leaf paper                                                        Graphing calculator – TI-83, TI-84, or TI-89
Blue or black ink pen
Pencils - #2
Glue
M arkers
Hole punch
$10 For Staff T-Shirt
For Portfolio in Child Development II & III
A jumbo 3-ring binder with clear acetate jackets and dividers
3-1/2” Floppy or M emory Stick
MUSIC                                                    SCIENCE
Band & Orchestra                                         All Classes
$25-$100 – Instrument rental                             Colored pencils
$50 Percussion Fee                                       1” binder with dividers (All subjects except Biology class)
$30 Shoes, $40 Uniform Fee                               2” binder for 10th grade Bio logy
$165 Music Fee (buses)                                   100 page spiral notebook – 9th graders Matter & Energy
Concert B and & Orchestra Uniform                                 & Bio logy
Tuxedo Shirt (Location of purchase to be announced)      Graphing calcu lator – Chemistry & Physics
Tuxedo Pants (Location of purchase to be announced)
Cu mmerbund & Bo wtie will be provided                   English/metric ru ler
Chorus/Vocal Ensemble/Show Choir                         Pen – black or blue
$25 Per Semester Music Fee                               Pencils - #2
$35 Uniform Fee (Per Ensemble)                           Biology
Gos pel Choir                                            Pocket Folder
All members must be enrolled in either chorus or Vocal
Ensemb le                                                Physics
Guitar                                                   See-thru English/metric ruler
$10 Per Semester – Gu itar Strings                       See-thru Protractor (180)
Instrumental                                             Graph paper (4 squares/inch)
$10-$15 – Corks/valve oil/repair kit/grease/mouthpiece   Scientific Calculator (TI-30 o r TI-82 or higher)
Marching Band
$30.00 – Shoes
$40.00 – Unifo rm Fee
                                                         SOCIAL STUDIES
$ 3.00 – Gloves
Orchestra                                                3-ring binder with divisions or folders
$100 – Rosin, clean ing cloth, repair kit, strings       Lined paper for b inder
Piano I                                                  Pen – blue or black ink
$40 Lab Fee which includes a piano book and stereo       Pencils - #2
headphones                                               Colored pencils for courses involving map work
Piano II-IV
$10 lab fee

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
$25.00 – Gy m uniform
$1.00 – Lock rental fee per semester
Tennis Shoes
Dance I, II, III, IV (required)
$10.00 – Dance Shirt
Black Jazz Shoes or Black Socks
Black Jazz Pants or Black Capris
Black Sports Bra
Dance & The Athlete
$10 Dance or P.E. Sh irt
Spandex Shorts Under Regular P.E. Shorts or
          Dark Nylon Workout Pants
3 Pair Socks
Tennis Shoes
Health
3-ring binder
Loose leaf notebook paper
Div iders
Pen(s)/Pencil(s)
GLEN BURNIE HIGH SCHOOL
7550 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd.
Glen Burnie, Maryland 21060
http://www.aacps.org/aacps/gbhs/index. html




           The Anne Arundel county Public School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin,
     religion, age, disability, sexual orientation or familial status in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs.




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