Walter Reap has been principal at Germantown Elementary since 2007.
The principal of Germantown Elementary, Walter Reap, has been named a top regional educator by The Washington Post. Reap, who has been principal at Germantown since 2007, has seen his school transform, both physically into a new building, and academically through new elementary school initiatives that have changed the way classes are taught at Germantown. For his achievements through leadership, The Washington Post announced Reap as the recipient of the Distinguished Educational Leadership award. Reap is one of 21 principals representing Washington-area school districts to receive the award. “It’s very exciting to be recognized and it means a lot to me,” Reap said. “It also means a lot and is great recognition for our entire school …
Police say someone stole $500 worth of tools from a construction site near Germantown Elementary.
A construction worker had $500 worth of tools stolen from a construction site near Germantown Elementary on Friday, according to Annapolis police. Officers responded to the 1400 block of Cedar Park Road around noon. The man said that he left the site for lunch around 11 a.m. Friday. When he returned, the man told police his Milwaukee tool kit with hammer drill, impact driver, sawsall, flashlight and batteries was missing. The man told police that he left his tools on a work car inside an interior room of the construction site. Police located a witness who saw someone enter the site from Locust Avenue, look around and walk towards where the worker had left his tools. The witness didn't see the suspect leave with the tools.