In­dian Head teach­ers bid farewell to stu­dents

Last day of school was Wed­nes­day

Maryland Independent - - Front Page - By JAMIE ANFENSON-COMEAU jan­fen­son-comeau@somd­

Amid bub­bles and hugs, teach­ers, ad­min­is­tra­tors and staff at In­dian Head Ele­men­tary School bid farewell to ap­prox­i­mately 540 stu­dents for sum­mer break Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon.

“It feels like a sense of ac­com­plish­ment, this year in par­tic­u­lar,” said Ti­mothy Rosin, who fin­ished his third year as prin­ci­pal of In­dian Head. Rosin said the school met its math Stu­dent Learn­ing Ob­jec­tives (SLOs), and came close to meet­ing its read­ing SLOs and im­prov­ing its fifth grade state as­sess­ment sci­ence re­sults.

“I think a num­ber of us are ready for a break,” Rosin added.

Teach­ers re­viewed and printed end-of-year re­port cards to send home with stu­dents.

Dressed in foot­ball jer­seys, teach­ers, ad­min­is­tra­tors and staff waved good­bye to stu­dents and blew bub­bles as the last buses and cars pulled away. Then they went in­side to cel­e­brate briefly be­fore re­turn­ing Thurs­day to fin­ish pack­ing up their class­rooms in prepa­ra­tion for next year.


Teach­ers, staff and ad­min­is­tra­tors at In­dian Head Ele­men­tary School wave good­bye and blow bub­bles to stu­dents de­part­ing on by bus the last day of the school year.

In­dian Head Ele­men­tary School pre-kin­der­garten teacher Me­gan Bar­rows hugs stu­dent Jade Jankowski good­bye be­fore she gets on a bus on the last day of school Wed­nes­day.


In­dian Head Ele­men­tary School Prin­ci­pal Ti­mothy Rosin presents a gift pack­age to cross­ing guard Pa­tri­cia Gallagher.

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