High School

National Grand Prix "Races" into Kennedy Krieger School

June 4, 2002
Kids with Disabilities Learn Important Lessons at Special Fun Day Evenr

BALTIMORE, MD - Kennedy Krieger High School/Career and Technology Center will be transformed into a mini racing complex on June 12 as students participate in a "Grand Prix Fun Day" from 8 a.m.- 11 a.m. Approximately 100 students, ranging in age from 14 to 21,will rotate through a series of educational "stations," all focused on racing.

Kennedy Krieger School Celebrates Special Thanksgiving

November 15, 2001
Contribution Donated for Pain Management Clinic for Children with Chronic Illness

BALTIMORE, MD - From 11 am to noon, Tuesday, Nov. 20, the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) will join the children of Kennedy Krieger School, at 1750 E. Fairmount Avenue in East Baltimore, for a check presentation ceremony and Thanksgiving dinner. The RMHC recently contributed $11,460 to Kennedy Krieger for a non-pharmacological pain management clinic for children with chronic illness. The school has invited RMHC for a special program that will include the singing of "God Bless America" and the presentation of McDonald's giant check.

Marsh USA Helps Kennedy Krieger Students Fling Into Spring

May 17, 2000
Local insurance broker realizes the most rewarding investment is in the children of our community

BALTIMORE, MD - Marsh USA believes that our country's greatest asset is our children. As a responsible partner in the Baltimore area business community, this local insurance broker realizes the most rewarding investment a corporation can make is in the children of our community. That's why Marsh USA prides itself in being the corporate sponsor of Kennedy Krieger School's Spring Fling.

Bank of America Commits $250,000 to Kennedy Krieger Institute

July 11, 2000
Funds to benefit Kennedy Krieger School Career and Technology Center

BALTIMORE, MD - The Bank of America Foundation has made a $250,000 commitment to Kennedy Krieger Institute's capital campaign to benefit the Kennedy Krieger School Career and Technology Center, the Institute's new high school. Opened in September 1999, the high school is a national model of a school-to-work program focused on career preparation for adolescents with special needs. The goal of the school is to empower students to work toward economic independence by teaching them skills necessary for success in the workplace.

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