- published: 29 Sep 2017
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On Monday evening, Chesapeake Public Schools held a meeting on the overcrowding issue at the schools.
A local high school has accomplished a rare feat.
Galia Farris says her daughter's school bus has failed to show up on time, if at all, 16 times since the school year started.
Our second annual lipdub at Chesapeake High School, Ohio. We attempted one earlier in the year, but a pipe burst and flooded the bottom floor on the day we had planned to shoot. We had hoped to showcase the new stadium, but the winter weather was a challenge so we kept it indoors for this year. Thanks to everyone who performed, helped, appeared, shot, practiced, showed up, etc. Happy holidays to all.
This is a Lipdub my Chesapeake High School students and the rest of the school helped on in September of 2012. It was the first of (hopefully) many Lipdubs to come. The students and staff were great. Hope you all enjoy!!
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Get prepared for your expedition with Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School. This video will start to answer questions about your upcoming course and get you excited to get out into the wilderness. Contact us at (410) 488-1721 with additional questions.
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Owings Mills Golden Eagles host Chesapeake BayHawks in the first round of the Class 2A Boys Maryland State Basketball Tournament. The winner of the game will advance to play number one seeded Hereford Bulldogs. Check out Sportsmajors.com for more Baltimore area high school and youth sports.
Basic Sailing Skills, with Chesapeake Sailing School IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL LEARN •USCG safety requirements •Parts of the sailboat •Standing rigging and running rigging •How to raise and lower sails •Points of sailing •How to tack and jibe properly •Visual clues for wind direction •Basic right of way •Basic knot tying •How to heave to Your Host: Gary Cusimano Gary's sailing career began 40 years ago on the Chesapeake Bay and though he has sailed elsewhere, it is still his favorite. He holds a USCG Inland Master Mariner License and is in his tenth year instructing for Chesapeake Sailing School. Gary has taught over 1000 people how to sail. He also teaches the various American Sailing Association courses on docking, cruising, piloting and celestial navigation, and...