Here's a look at some of the top stories from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more of any story, just click on the link.
1. Officer Swartz: A Valued SPHS Resource
Severna Park High School Resource Officer Alex Swartz is well known in the community for the comfort he provides to parents and the companionship he offers students. See what else Swartz is passionate about and why he calls SPHS "a breath of fresh air."
2. Online Magazine Gives SPMS Students Real Word Experience
Students at Severna Park Middle School are getting a taste of what it’s like to work in the world of journalism thanks to an online magazine called My-Say. Students who participate in the publication come up with their own story ideas, conduct interviews with sources, investigate their topic and write the story themselves.
3. BJ's Blings & Things To Close Jan. 31
BJ's Blings & Things, a local gift shop, announced it would close its doors for good on Jan. 31 citing multiple reasons for the closure.
4. Severn School Tackles Adolescent Stress in Forum
Severn School hosted a parent forum Wednesday to address issues of adolescent stress. The seminar aimed to help parents identify stress and offered tips for managing the pressure their children feel.
A little local history for you: During the 1930s many local crabbers made a living off the Magothy River. They said the water was so clear you could see the bottom.
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