Pot Spring Elementary's 50th Anniversary Open House
A Celebration 50 Years Of Student Learning, Diversity And Achievement - 11/26/2013


In 1963, Pot Spring Elementary school opened its doors and began a tradition of educating and nurturing a community of life-long learners. To celebrate the 50th Anniversary, an Open House reception was held at the school.

The week-long commemoration, featuring spirit days, a sock hop and a book fair culminated with the open house. Memorabilia, photographs and remembrances from Pot Spring Elementary School's past were featured at the reception. Former administrators, staff and alumni attended and strolled the hallways mingling with old and new friends.

"We were delighted to celebrate this special anniversary with students and staff, both past and present, memories were shared and new memories were created," said Jane Martin, principal of Pot Spring Elementary school.

A tree was planted to commemorate both the legacy of 50 years of learning and to honor the wonderful school that Pot Spring is today. The hope is that this tree will be enjoyed by generations to come. Pot Spring School also showcased the just-completed, transformative student mural project which was commissioned for the school's 50th anniversary.

Located in at 2410 Springlake Drive in Timonium, Pot Spring Elementary draws more than 620 students in Pre-K through 5th grade from the Timonium, Cockeysville and Hunt Valley areas.

Spotlight and photos submitted by Michelle Doyle, first-grade teacher at Pot Spring Elementary
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