Gwendolyn Dorsey, a principal in Frederick County Public Schools
in Maryland, adds, "I do mindful breathing at several points throughout the day to focus or zero-in on how I am feeling at the moment."
Indeed, in a Facebook Live presentation last week posted by the PBS NewsHour, Brian Griffith, curriculum supervisor for secondary health and physical education with Frederick County Public Schools
in Maryland, emphasized the simple role of family behavior.
The 125-foot tower is located on a Frederick County Public Schools
site, one of many being built on school properties.
The Future Links program is a joint effort between Fort Detrick, Frederick County Public Schools
, Frederick Community College and the Frederick County Business Roundtable for Education.
Staff from The Arc and Frederick County public schools
supported Tom to interview and land a job assembling computers at Best Buy.
Headquartered in Winchester, VA, Frederick County Public Schools
serves more than 11,700 students.
It has been four years since the "Character Counts!" program became an initiative in Frederick County Public Schools
here in Maryland.
Employers could receive gold, silver bronze or on the path awards.<br />The winners are:<br />Gold: Adventist HealthCare, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, AstraZeneca, Atlantic General Hospital, Battelle National Biodefense Institute (BNBI), CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, CBIZ Insurance Services Inc., Doctors Community Hospital, Easton Utilities, Everbright Pacific LLC dba Wisp Resort, First United Bank & Trust, Frederick County Public Schools
, Frederick Memorial Hospital, Hub Labels Inc., Humanim Inc., iHire, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States Inc., MedStar St.
Battelle National Biodefense Institute, which is based at Fort Detrick, donated $50,000 to Frederick County Public Schools
to be used for STEM, or science, technology, engineering and math, challenge grants.
In Virginia's 13,000-student Frederick County Public Schools
, high school seniors in "Government Service Learning" take a traditional government class and then spend a half-year interning with a county agency, where they seek solutions to community problems.