Somerset County School District

News and Announcements

Hear the Maryland Crunch-Crisfield Academy & High School

On Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 9:15 am, thousands of Marylanders will bite into apples simultaneously, to help raise awareness of the important role that school breakfast plays in ensuring children have access to healthy food. Held during National School Breakfast Week, Hear the Maryland Crunch highlights the importance of the School Breakfast Program in ensuring that all children get a healthy start to their day.
Crisfield High School has planned many promotional activities to involve the students in wellness and healthy eating habits based on the Maryland Crunch program. The following items have been held and will be held this morning. They are: (Click on the title for more information.)
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CHS Musical Theater Class Performed Little Red Riding Hood

The Musical Theater classes at CHS put on their very first short play. They have their own production team of Assistant Director, Stage Manager, and Costume Designer. They had 17 days to get a script, get a part, design a set, develop their character's backstory, memorize the script and blocking, and put the show on!
They performed the play twice on Friday February 24, 2017.
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Community Field Day

The 4th Annual Community Field Day will be held on April 22, 2017 at the Long Centralized Athletic Facility in Westover. Click on the title to see the advertisement and registration form for potential sponsors.
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Ewell Elementary School Student Writes A Timely Poem for Our Veterans

"Thank You"
Thank you my friend,
For my country you defend.
You must have been very brave
Because bad guys came at you like a tidal wave.
You are worth more than gold
For battlefields you patrolled.
You are the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Guard and Marines,
You have ridden in plane, boat and submarine.
You are a star,
And never forget where you live and who you are.
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December 2016 Teacher Who Makes A Difference Announced January 25, 2017

Princess Anne Elementary School reading teacher Kelly McLaughlin was asked to stop her class momentarily around 10:30 a.m. on January 25. Her class was joined by another section of students who have her as a teacher as well. The Principal and Vice Principal were on hand. A reporter from Channel 47 came in the door and announced that Ms. McLaughlin had been selected as WDMT TV 47's a Teacher Who Makes a Difference. Administrators, colleagues and students were thrilled with this selection. Principal Cortney Monar said, "This is positive news." Click on the title to access the link to WDMT TV's website showcasing Mrs. McLaughlin.
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