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    The SEED School of Maryland
    The SEED School of Maryland is a statewide, college-preparatory, public boarding school. Our mission is to present students from across the state with an extraordinary opportunity to receive a tuition-free education that prepares them for success in college and beyond.
    SEED Student Becomes Published Author
    Christopher Miller, along with Adam Elsaidy, spent this past summer working in the Summer Academic Research Experience (SARE), an intensive 8-week program that exposes outstanding scholars to biomedical research at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.  The program emphasizes academic development, professionalism, and an opportunity to participate fully in scientific research. 
     
    Christopher worked on a project to determine how a major protein, called myosin, finds its appropriate destination in the complex milieu of a cell.  Myosin proteins are responsible for contractility, which is easily observed in the contraction of a muscle, such as the beating of a human heart or when an athlete curls a dumbbell. This work will have impact for future studies of many diseases, such as cancer, which result from defects in myosin function. 
     
    As a result of his hard work, Christopher is a co-author on a scientific publication, which was just accepted for publication in the professional journal, Molecular Biology of the Cell.  

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    School News
    Parent Teacher Conference Sign-Ups
    10/20/2014
    The SEED School of Maryland would like to invite you to attend a conference with your child’s teachers.  Conferences are being held on Tuesday, November 4th from 1-4 PM and Wednesday, November 5th from 5-8 PM.  This will give you an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the progress your child is making as well as pick up your child’s report card for the first quarter. 

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    New Prefects Named
    10/13/2014
    After a successful "Prefect Interest Meeting" with 30+ students attending, 16 qualified applicants and interviews, the SEED Prefect Community would like to welcome 9 new Prefects.

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    UNCF
    9/26/2014
    This posters explains the details for the upcoming UNCF Empower Tour.

    The Prudential Spirit of Community Award
    9/24/2014
    The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program is the United States' largest youth recognition program based exclusively on volunteer community service. The program was created in 1995 by Prudential in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) to honor middle level and high school students for outstanding service to others at the local, state, and national level.  Students are encouraged to complete an online application by November 4.

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    Congrats to our 4.0 Students
    9/16/2014
    These students achieved a 4.0 for the last quarter of the 2013-2014 School Year.  Congratulations!

    Open House at Center Stage
    9/15/2014
    Center Stage is having their annual family-oriented open house on September 27.
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    Dr. Blum Receives Recognized for Service
    9/10/2014
    The Board of Trustees for The SEED School of Maryland (SEED) officially
    recognizes Myron Barry Blum, M.D. of the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute
    for his distinguished service.

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    SEED Student Chosen for National Award
    8/19/2014
    SEED Student Jake Beairsto was just chosen as a Jack Kent Cook Foundation 2014 National Young Scholar Cohort!
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    SEED Enrollment Now Online!
    8/14/2014
    Parents, if you would like to skip the paperwork line at check-in, use the following link to complete it digitally: Online Enrollment.
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    SEED Students Complete Summer STEM Internships
    8/11/2014
    Working to Inspire Scientists and Engineers (WISE) is a program created and coordinated by Ms Suze Nathalie that seeks to connect the STEM field to minority students.
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    Enrollment Lottery Results
    5/5/2014
    Please click here to view the official results of the enrollment lottery for the 2014-15 school year. Congratulations to the incoming class of sixth grade students!