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Maryland developing test to replace PARCC

Maryland developing test to replace PARCC

By Bradley Bohanan, Round Table sports staff

October 18, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, The Latest, The Round Table

Maryland announced plans to replace the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) test with its own standardized test. The new test, which is planned to be in place for the 2019-2020 school year, will be shorter and less disruptive to class than the current test. The...

Entering animals into The Great Frederick Fair

Entering animals into The Great Frederick Fair

By Kelsey Hammack, Round Table reporter

October 18, 2018


Filed under Featured, Features, The Latest, The Round Table

Students from Middletown High school gave their thoughts and explained what it is like to enter their animals into The Great Frederick Fair.

University of Maryland football death results in MHS reflection

University of Maryland football death results in MHS reflection

By Tessa Hauser, RT Today executive producer

October 17, 2018


Filed under Featured, Features, The Latest, The Round Table

Middletown High School’s athletic teams are well into their fall seasons, but the story of a college athlete’s death just an hour away is still fresh and the impact it has on MHS athletes and their practices and games is still unmistakable.

Middletown and Myersville farmers markets provide fresh produce and charm to local communities

Middletown and Myersville farmers markets provide fresh produce and charm to local communities

By Rebecca Carroll, Round Table entertainment staff

October 16, 2018


Filed under Featured, News, The Latest, The Round Table

Local farmers markets in Middletown and Myersville provide fresh produce and give citizens the opportunity to support community businesses. These markets provide a refreshing change from packaged, processed goods that are commonly found in commercial stores. Many of the vendors at the markets are...

MHS boys cross country team nearly wins home meet

MHS boys cross country team nearly wins home meet

By Baron Ropp, Round Table reporter

October 12, 2018


Filed under Sports, The Latest, The Round Table

The Middletown High School boys cross country team narrowly missed winning its home meet on Oct. 9, finishing just six points behind the winner, Williamsport High School. Middletown’s No. 1 runner, senior Grayson Whitesell, ran a time of 18:02, and earned second place overall. Whitesell said...

Meet the 2018 Homecoming Court

By Audrey Fisher, Jake Stafford, Jordan Long, and Hanna Green

October 4, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, Entertainment, Entertainment feature videos, Featured, The Latest, The Round Table

Two weeks ago nine boys and nine girls were named to the homecoming court. Tomorrow night, October 5th, at the football game the king and queen will be announced. Round Table reporters Jordan Long, Hanna Green, Audrey Fisher, and Jake Stafford give you an inside look at the contestants.

Entertainment: Spirit Week Sizzle

By Juliana Foster, Entertainment staff

October 4, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, The Latest

Students and staff show off their school spirit the week before Homecoming. Round Table reporter Juliana Foster gives us a look on the spirit we saw this week.

Reactions: Colin Kaepernick partners with Nike

By Katie Athey, RT+ Executive Producer

September 25, 2018


Filed under About, Broadcast, News, The Latest, The Round Table

Former 49er's quarterback Colin Kaepernick has partnered with Nike on their latest campaign. MHS staff and student's give their reaction to Nike's decision to team up with Kaepernick, and the backlash the company has received.

Middletown Remembers 9/11

Middletown Remembers 9/11

By Nic Bradley, Executive Producer

September 14, 2018


Filed under Featured videos, Features, The Latest

On September 11, 2001, four planes were hijacked and used as weapons against the American people. American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the North tower and United Airlines flight 175 hit the South Tower, killing a total of 2,753 people in Southern Manhattan. American Airlines flight 77 crashed into...

Profile: Sante Esposito

Profile: Sante Esposito

By Leah Heon, Round Table news staff

June 14, 2018


Filed under Features, The Latest, The Round Table

“It’s never about potholes or concrete or bridges or roads, it’s all about quality of life,” said Sante Esposito, the man behind Key Advocates, Inc., a lobbying firm based out of Washington D.C. For those who do not know, a lobbying firm is a company who represents clients to various politic...

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