Somerset County School District

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Superintendent to Present State of the Schools Messages at the First of the Year

Superintendent to Present State of the Schools Messages at the First of the Year Parents, students, school system employees, community leaders and interested citizens are invited to the annual Superintendent's State of the Schools presentation during the first week of January 2015. Dr. John Gaddis will talk about the progress that has been made, the initiatives that are being planned or are already in place and the status of his original goals. The first of two meetings will take place on Wednesday January 7, 2015, at Washington Academy and High School at 6:00 p.m. and at Crisfield Academy and High School at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday January 8, 2015.
School System- Schools and Central Office open on December 22, 23, and on January 2.

School System- Schools  and Central Office open on December 22, 23, and on January 2. Although students and most of the school system's employees will be off for the holidays from the end of the day on December 19, 2014, and return to school/work on Monday January 5, 2015, all schools and the central office will be open on certain days. They will be open on December 22, 23, and on January 2, 2015, from 8:00 PM to 3:00PM. Anyone having business at a school may not find someone in the school office on those days. If that is the situation, contact the central office if needed. Call 410-651-1616.
Superintendent Writes Letter to Parents Regarding Communicable Diseases/Ebola

Superintendent Writes Letter to Parents Regarding Communicable Diseases/Ebola Dr. Gaddis has written a letter to parents. He states, "The purpose of this letter is to provide you with steps to protect your child and the school community from the risks of getting and spreading communicable diseases." Click on the title to access a related link and to view the letter.
FY 2016 Budget Survey

FY 2016 Budget Survey SCPS is beginning its budget planning for FY 2016. Parents, students, community stakeholders and employees are asked to complete a brief ten question survey about aspects of the school system that drive budget decisions. Please complete the survey. Your input is important. Click on the title to find the link.
Input Needed on the J.M. Tawes Project

Input Needed on the J.M. Tawes Project As part of the feasibility study to improve the J.M. Tawes Technology & Career Center, a survey is being conducted about the programs that should be offered to the students in Somerset County. Students, parents, and community members are encouraged to use the link provided to take the survey. Click on the title for the link to the survey. This information will be used as part of the decision making process for the project.
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