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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|Chat and Chews|
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|Student Creates Highlight Reel from Football Season|
One of our amazing scholar athletes created his own highight reel from this year's football season.
|Parent Teacher Conferences|
Our next round of Parent Teachers Conferences are scheduled for Tuesday, February 3rd (5:00-8:00 p.m.) and Wednesday, Febraury 4th (1:00-4:00). Click below to sign up for a conference.
|7th Grade Chat at Chew on Wednesday 12/10|
Parents and guardians of 7th Grade students, join us at 7:30 for the Chat and Chew.
|6th Grade Chat and Chew|
Parents of 6th graders at SEED should check out this flyer for our upcoming Chat and Chew!
|Ed Reed Turkey Day|
It was another successful Ed Reed Turkey Day on Friday. Check out the story that ABC 2 did about the event here!
Recently, the SEED School of Maryland began using an assessment called the MAP Test.
- The attached document answers some of the big "what" and "why" questions about MAP testing and gives a few suggestions for how parents can support students meeting their growth goals.
- There will be informational sessions for high school parents about the MAP test and how to interpret student scores Wednesday, November 19th from 7:00-8:00 pm and the following Friday, November 21st from 1:00-2:00 pm
|Parent Teacher Conference Sign-Ups|
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.
|New Prefects Named|
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.
|Dr. Blum Receives Recognized for Service|
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.
|Enrollment Lottery Results|
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!