Congratulations to our student-mathletes and coaches for all their hard work and for an outstanding showing at the @ntidmathcompetition ~ The members of this year’s Math Team are Ethan Guettler, Keanu Herzig-Wilcox, Citrine Lummer, and Pat Tessitore. The team is coached by Sherry Bradley-Koo and Deanna Gibson.
Our middle school math team is headed to Rochester, New York for the annual RIT/NTID Math Competition this weekend. Good luck! @NTIDmathcompetition
Our track and field teams will compete at the 11th annual Berg/Seeger Track & Field Classic hosted by the California School for the Deaf in Fremont this Saturday. Before heading to the start line, here’s a throwback to the several great MSD’s track and field teams over the last 100 years. Do you recognize any of the student-athletes in today’s #msd150th throwback photos? ~ Visit our Facebook page to view more of today’s #msd150th throwback photos! ~ Register now for MSD’s 150th Anniversary Reunion weekend at www.msd150th.com.
The Maryland Governor's Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, along with First Lady Yumi Hogan, presented the state's first art competition for Deaf and hard of hearing K-12 students living in Maryland. The winners were announced during a reception held on Friday, March 23. Visit our Facebook page for more about our award winners!
Our high school dorm council and dorm leaders hosted a St. Patrick’s Party at the Underground. Students went all out with vibrant emerald decorations, dance moves, and delicious food! #greatcompany #goodtimes
Congratulations to our finalists and to all of our outstanding elementary spellers on a job well done! 🐝 Tobias, Darien, and Savannah advance to the National Spelling Bee and will compete against top three spellers from five other schools for the deaf via video conference on May 4. 🐝 Special thanks to our Spelling Bee Pronouncer Akliah English and to our judges Delia Lozano and Malibu Barron.
Forty-nine elementary students from both Frederick and Columbia campuses participated in the 4th Annual Spelling Bee. Participating students were given 100 words and definitions that are directly from The Scripps National Spelling Bee, along with ASL videos demonstrating the spelling and definition of each word. Tobias Lockhart spelled and defined H-O-R-R-I-D correctly for the first place win. Darien Lopez earned a runner-up finish and Savannah Dahan had a strong third place finish.
Elementary students from Frederick and Columbia campuses came together to celebrate Read Across America Day with read-alouds and learning stations. #celebratereading #ReadAcrossAmericaDay #DrSeussDay #ReadAcrossAmerica #DeafEd
MSD students attended the two-day Education and Advocacy Summit to express support for H.R. 1120, the Alice Cogswell and Anne Sullivan Macy Act. Our students had the opportunity to experience the democratic process firsthand at Capitol Hill Advocacy Day. They met with Education Legislative Assistants and were articulate about the importance of direct access to language and the Cogswell-Macy Bill. . 📷 SLIDESHOW: (1) MSD student representatives Freya Seremeth, Sabrina Firl, DeMontae Joseph, and Ashlynn Cohen. * (2) MSD students at Gallaudet University for leadership training. * (3) MSD students learn how to convey effective information and how to advocate for deaf and hard of hearing students in and out of the classroom. * (4) The Capitol Hill * (5) MSD students met with representatives from Senator Benjamin Cardin’s office. * (6) MSD students met with representatives from Senator Chris Van Hollen’s office. * (7) MSD students met with representatives from Congressman John Sarbanes’ office. * (8) Maryland Deaf Education Delegation. Richard Jeffries, Sean Markel, James E. Tucker, Howard A. Rosenblum of NAD, Freya Seremeth, Jennifer Yost Ortiz, DeMontae Joseph, Sabrina Firl, and Ashlynn Cohen with Michele Viterise, a Legislative Assistant in the office of Congressman John K. Delaney.