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On October 7, the Board of Education voted to remain under the current virtual learning model. To say parents are upset is an understatement – they are livid. This anger sparked conversations and interest in possible “write-in” candidates.
Take a quick scroll around Facebook and Twitter and you might learn a few things about the state of public education. If the virus from Wuhan has any positives, it’s that it’s unmasked a few myths
People woke up Friday morning to the news that President Donald J. Trump and his wife Melania had tested positive for COVID-19. Although it wasn’t part of the original plan, the Trump 2020 rally organized by Michelle Deanovich had a few vehicles displaying “Get Well” wishes for the President.
Even though the Community Centers remain closed, the county is still trying to come up with fun and entertaining things to keep...
Today would be the perfect day to spend some time listening to the speech that is said to have put Ronald Reagan on the road to the Presidency. It's perfect for today because we find ourselves once again in a time for choosing. Do we surrender to the Democrat/Socialist/Marxists or fight with all that is in us to keep the American dream alive?
With the growing concern over getting our children back in school as quickly as possible I have been seeing more parents asking what the results to the Reopening Parent Survey were. The Tentacle provides you with two images from the five-page survey results as shared during the July 29, 2020 Board of Education Meeting.
As we head into week three of virtual distance learning, a group of Frederick County parents have started a Facebook Group worthy of joining – FCPS MD H.S. Parents Unite to Bring Back Fall Sports.
Imagine a benefactor, almost a Santa Claus, who provides millions of dollars worth of goods each day to millions of customers. The goods are more bountiful, cheaper, and easier to purchase from his store than any single retail establishment of the past, even the vaunted shopping malls and department stores, like Macy’s, which once called itself the “largest store in the world.”
The new Othello Park opened in Petersville Friday. I was excited to drive in and see what had been happening behind the dirt mounds that grew and moved over the years as if giant moles had taken up residence. Like a child waiting for Christmas, it felt like forever for this day to arrive.
The Tentacle doesn’t usually publish new columns on Sunday, but we felt an exception was in order. We don’t hear enough about how sharing information can make positive changes in our neighborhoods so when it happens, we want to report on it.