Fenton graduates from Fort Hays State
of Hughesville graduated from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan., in the summer 2018 term with a master of science degree in instructional technology.
Turner earns degrees at Univ. of Md.
a 2014 graduate of Maurice J. McDonough High School, graduated from University of Maryland, College Park in May with a GPA of 4.68, sum cum laude. She received two bachelor of arts degrees in government and politics and in philosophy with a minor in
of White Plains received the Rams Court Basketball Scholarship from the Shepherd University (West Virginia) Foundation. The foundation provided close to $2 million in student, faculty and program support for 2018-19.
Robinson earns master’s degree from Valdosta State
of Waldorf earned a master’s degree in public administration from Valdosta (Ga.) State University over the summer.
Robinson was among more than 530 undergraduate and graduate students who completed the requirements for their respective degrees during the Summer 2018 semester.
Tate-Moore accepted into honor society
son of Amelia Tate-Moore of Waldorf, was recently accepted into Phi Eta Sigma, the national freshman honor society, at Salisbury University.
Tate-Moore is a sophomore majoring in nursing. He is a research laboratory assistant and is a dean’s list student. He is a 2017 graduate of North Point High School in Waldorf.