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Where is Patterson’s New School Building?

May 8, 2017
Where is Patterson’s New School Building?

In 2010, funding was approved to replace the whole Patterson High School building with a brand new one but little progress has been made since that time. Patterson High School has a poor facility condition which means that the school is pretty run-down and is now getting worn out. The Patterson Press decided to investigate the reason for this delay and discover what the plan is for the new building.

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Blue Angels visit Patterson High School

January 22, 2017
Blue Angels visit Patterson High School

Members of the famous Blue Angels stunt pilot team visited Patterson High School on September 14th to talk to students about their jobs and flight experience.

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CNA students promote breast cancer awareness

January 21, 2017
CNA students promote breast cancer awareness

Students from Patterson High School’s Certified Nursing Assistants CTE pathway promoted breast cancer awareness in October by holding a fundraiser and educating their fellow students.

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E.M.T. seniors visit Fire Academy

January 21, 2017
EMT students get hands-on experience (Photo: Patterson Press)

Every Wednesday and Thursday, the seniors in the E.M.T. (Emergency Medical Technician) pathways at Patterson, Vivian Thomas, Douglass and Dunbar go to the Fire Academy on Pulaski Highway to learn E.M.T and fire training. This program prepares students for a career as an E.M.T. or firefighter after high school.

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Zeta team upset after STEM loss

January 21, 2017
Zeta team upset after STEM loss

Students competed in the 2016 STEM competition on November 11th. The STEM competition is an annual event at Patterson that involves challenges based mainly on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

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Interview with Ms. Ball about VEX Robotics Competition

January 21, 2017
Interview with Ms. Ball about VEX Robotics Competition

Below is an interview with Ms. Ball about the VEX Robotics Competition.

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Queendom conference builds self-esteem in female students

January 20, 2017

Patterson High School, Queendom, and the Family League of Baltimore joined in collaboration to take Patterson students and students from other schools to a conference at Morgan State University on December 9, 2016.. The purpose of this conference was to help teenagers build stronger self-esteem and to help them develop a strong sense of self-worth. The program was particularly for black and hispanic girls.

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New nail tech students host Grand Opening

December 20, 2016
New nail tech students host Grand Opening

The new nail technology students had their Grand Opening on December 5, 2016. Every year, Ms. Bridgeforth sponsors a Grand Opening for her new students so people can get to know them. The new techs also have their official day to meet the new clients they will serve in the Cosmetic Services Salon. The new techs demonstrated the skills they have learned so far in the class. They provided complimentary manicures to the ladies from Our Lady of Fatima Senior Center. They serviced not only them, but also students and teachers at Patterson High School.

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Patterson AFJROTC March at Veterans Day Parade

December 20, 2016
Patterson AFJROTC March at Veterans Day Parade

On Veterans Day, Lieutenant Colonel Jones and Technical Sergeant Smith took over 20 Air Force Junior ROTC students on a field trip to a parade honoring veterans. The students all marched downtown through the Baltimore City Council. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was there for the veterans and many retired military vets that fought and have survived. JROTC students from multiple schools marched in the parade alongside survivors of the Vietnam War, the Korean War, and World War 2. Some of the battles the World War 2 veterans fought in include the Soviet Union, the Pacific, the Battle of Manila, the Battle of Corregidor, and the Battle of Pearl Harbor. The first woman who joined the National Guard also attended and were on stage giving speeches.

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Patterson continues tradition with 6th annual community fair

October 16, 2016
Patterson continues tradition with 6th annual community fair

Patterson High School had its 6th annual Back to School Night and Community Fair on the evening of September 22, 2016. Students, teachers and family members met together in the cafeteria to share a night of fun.

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BONUS CONTENT: Student Bookbinding Contest winners

May 11, 2016
Amy Artiga_Mother Syndrome_Book Cover

Here are the cover pages and inside spreads from all of the winners of the Patterson bookbinding contest. More information is available on the front page of the May 2016 print edition of the Patterson Press.

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5th Annual Patterson Community Fair Welcomes Students Back For Another Great Year

January 5, 2016
5th Annual Patterson Community Fair Welcomes Students Back For Another Great Year

By Valerie Flores Patterson High hosted its 5th annual Community Fair on September 24, 2015, in the cafeteria to welcome new students and old students back for another great school year. As always, there were so many people, from jobs like State Farm, to after-school programs that we have here at our school, like the […]

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