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Superintendent John A. Serrano announced the selection of Jessica Willoughby as the Career and Technical Education Department Principal for the Frederick campus.
On Feb. 22, three student representatives from MSD's Jr. National Association of the Deaf (Jr. NAD) chapter recently spent the day in Washington, D.C. to participate in the Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools and Programs for the Deaf's eighth annual Capitol Hill Advocacy Day.
After an extensive nationwide search, the Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Mr. John A. Serrano will serve as the school’s 12th superintendent. Mr. Serrano, who identifies as Latinx, will be the first person of color to lead MSD in its 155-year history.
At MSD's Homecoming game, the Director of the Maryland Governor's Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Kelby Brick, presented a Citation to MSD on behalf of Governor Hogan at halftime.
On May 10, middle and high school students in Julie Bourne's CTE Exploring Computer Science course welcomed guest presenter, Delegate Reid Novotny (Maryland District 9A).
After 18 incredible rounds, Frederick campus fifth-grader Nikita Dzougoutov earned the title of co-champion along with a Kendall Demonstration Elementary School student and a student from Indiana School for the Deaf.
MSD is well represented at the 24th Summer Deaflympic Games in Caxias do Sul, Brazil, with 11 MSD alumni and staff playing or coaching for Team USA.
The Harriet Tubman Bicentennial Committee, which includes members of the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture, visited the Columbia campus to celebrate the fifth-graders winning the "Harriet Tubman Women of Courage" video contest.
After a strong performance in the East Regional the last two weeks, MSD's Academic Bowl team qualified for the National Academic Bowl Competition!
MSD Columbia campus's 5th grade students won the Inaugural Harriet Tubman 2022 Women's History Month Women of Courage Video Contest!
This year, seven MSD high school students were recognized for eight winning entries in the annual National Literary Competition. Sophomore Kaylieah Fuller was selected as the ASL Grand Prize winner.
MSD's Robotics Team had an impressive showing at not one, but two tournaments this month! Our high school students put their engineering skills to the test in robot-building as they worked together on a variety of creative solutions to this year's challenges.
High school student representatives from MSD's Junior National Association of the Deaf chapter participated in the Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools and Programs for the Deaf's sixth annual Capitol Hill Advocacy Day.