Washington High principal Chantal Russum said, "Thursday, November 16 is Extracurricular Day and we will have displays set up in our lobby from 9 am on showing our visitors what we do outside of the classrooms."
She also said, "As you know this is American Education Week and it is a week to let others see how we shine at Washington Academy and High School. We are sponsoring Community Leader Day at our school. We would like to welcome you for a visit and for some lite refreshments from 9 to 10:45 am on Friday November 17."
The 6th Annual Tri-county College/Career Pathways to Success Night was held at Wor-Wic Community College during American Education Week, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 15th. It took place in the Fulton-Owen Hall. This event for high school students from the Lower Shore, and their families, provided the opportunity to meet with local employers, colleges, armed forces, fire and police departments and non-profit agencies. Click on the title for more information.
Crisfield Academy and High School will be sponsoring a Quarter Auction on Thursday, November 30 at the Crisfield Elks #1044 beginning at 7 pm, with doors opening at 6 pm. There will be 70 games, Chinese auction, and 50/50 drawing. Admission is $5 which includes one paddle, and additional paddles will be on sale for $5 each. Proceeds benefit the Senior Class and United Way. Click on the title for more information.
One hundred to two hundred veterans will be honored at a special breakfast today, Friday, November 10 starting at 9:00 AM at the Crisfield Elks Lodge # 1044. This is a joint effort on the part of the Elks Lodge and American Legion Post #16. Students from Somerset Intermediate School will share essays they have written with the men and women in attendance and the Crisfield High School Honor Band will play a series of patriotic songs. Somerset Intermediate students write their essays for the privilege of serving our veterans. Students from both schools will sit down and have breakfast with these brave men and women. SIS students greet the veterans as they come to the tables, talk with them, and when it is time to serve breakfast the students serve all who are there and then get their breakfast and return to their table of veterans. The student participation will take place within the context of the service clubs’ program of honoring our veterans. Students from both schools have participated for nearly a decade in this important activity. Click on the title to read more.
On Friday, November 10 at 10am artists from Amused Studios are coming to Princess Anne Elementary School to hang a tile mural on the front of the school. Art teacher Sarah Perdue said, "Students participated in painting tiles with myself and artists from Amused Studios. The mural will read "PAES Makes Us Happy." I am super excited that student art will be featured on the outside of our building as a positive welcome to all students, families, and guests."