By: Laurel Kutz
Based on Nina Feeney’s musical inclinations, you would expect her to be a music teacher, encouraging students to surround themselves in the arts and expressing themselves through performance.
It stands to reason: every Sunday for the past four years, Feeney plays the organ and directs the choir at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Highland.
However, she chose a path in teaching math, which led her to educating at Glenelg for 16 years.
By: Kirsten Rose, Kenzie Ryan, and Riley Suszkiw
As a journalism staff, we randomly came across a Palindrome yearbook from 1998. While we flipped through the pages, we couldn’t help but notice three familiar faces: Diane Barnoski (front office secretary), Kendall Morton (science), and Jeremy Snyder (special education). Though Barnoski has been part of the GHS community since 1992 and Morton and Snyder since 1995, we thought it would be fun to gain some perspective from their time here over the past 25 years.
By: Kenzie Ryan
Principal Shawn Hastings-Hauf has been a part of Glenelg since the fall of 2021. From the start, she has set her focus on making Glenelg a welcoming place and helping the students and community adapt to life post-COVID. The Shield staff wanted to catch up with her to see how her Glenelg experience has been!
By: Bell West
Glenelg has long been regarded as one of the best athletically performing high schools in Howard County. For at least the past decade, Glenelg athletes, coaches, and supporters have been instrumental in solidifying the school’s outstanding reputation in sports.
Still, it’s the person who was recently named Athletic Director of the Year in Maryland’s District V that anchors Glenelg’s athletic standing: Dan Sageman.
By: Kirsten Rose
It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. For physics teacher Irene Tsavaris, Confucius’ words regarding patience could not be more accurate.
By: Aleena Khan, Megan Ortwein, and Makena Vass
In honor of Black History Month, we researched some of the few unacknowledged individuals who changed the course of history.
By: Makena Vass
From teaching in rural Pennsylvania to helping raise money for a refugee school in Thailand, Carrie Clippard-Cope is on a mission to improve the world around her.
And now that includes Glenelg.