March 6, 2009

Spaghetti Dinner to Help Rebuild the Playground at Stadium Place!

The playground at Stadium Place will be rebuilt May 5-10, but you can help now by attending a spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Friday, March 13! For […]
March 4, 2009

Baltimore Education Coalition Rally A Success!

Click here to read the Baltimore Sun‘s coverage of the March 3 rally by the Baltimore Education Coalition to sustain a citywide network of public education […]
February 27, 2009

March 3: A Celebration and Call to Action for City Schools

As you all have heard, the Governor has used federal stimulus money to reverse his proposed state funding cuts for Baltimore City Schools. The proposed cuts […]
February 25, 2009

“No One Is Greater than Greater Homewood!”

by Susan Lattimore, Teacher, Barclay Elementary/Middle School Thus reads a slide in our “Books-2-Go”/Story Pals presentation, which has now been seen by more than 80 Barclay […]
February 23, 2009

Adult Literacy Program Graduate Featured on Channel 2!

A student in GHCC’s Adult Literacy and ESOL program Channel 2 reporter Jenny Glick recently profiled a graduate of GHCC’s Adult Literacy and ESOL program during […]
February 13, 2009

Experience Corps: A Great Experience!

by Muriel Williams, Experience Corps Member, William Pinderhughes Elementary SchoolMy name is Muriel Williams, an Experience Corps school volunteer since February 2007. After retiring from the […]
February 11, 2009

Register Now! Eighth Annual Scrabble Fundraiser for Literacy

Having fun at the 2008 Scrabble Fundraiser for Literacy One of GHCC’s most popular events is back! Join us on Saturday, March 28 for the Eighth […]
February 9, 2009

Baltimore Sun Op-Ed on Proposed Education Cuts

Students at Guilford Elementary/Middle School Click here to read an op-ed by Mark Fetting, chairman CEO of Legg Mason, and Tom Wilcox, president and CEO of […]
February 6, 2009

Better Waverly Resident Featured in the Urbanite

Photo by Joe Stewart The February 2009 issue of the Urbanite features a profile of Better Waverly resident Debra Evans, a neighborhood leader known for her […]