Somerset County School District

The Board of Education has voted to make changes in the 2017-2018 Academic Calendar.  Scroll down to News and Announcements to read the results.

Student Board Representatives from WAHS and CAHS Join the Board of Education

 

"Alexis Bell is a Crisfield High School senior and 2015-16 SCPS Student Board Representative.   Alexis is the daughter of Clarence and Debbie Bell of Marion. Miss Bell is a conscientious student with a commitment to academics as well as extra-curricular activities. In addition to taking classes at UMES and Wor Wic Community College, Alexis has participated in any number of volunteer, school-related functions such as helping with Woodson’s Haunted Hallways and Sports day. Alexis enjoys basketball and tennis in her spare time. She plans to attend Salisbury University after graduation to pursue a career in family and marriage therapy. When asked what current issue concerns her, Alexis cites the lack of ambition and determination in young kids to do better.”

     “Jocelyn Elmore is a Washington High School senior and 2015-16 SCPS Student Board Representative. Jocelyn is the daughter of Sharone Terrell and Robert Elmore of Princess Anne. Miss Elmore is an outstanding student with a commitment to every aspect of life at WHS. Jocelyn has been involved in Band Front, Cheerleading, Hope Club, and Student Government all through school and has been on the National Honor Society since induction in 10th grade.   She plans to major in Hotel/Restaurant Management in college so she can later own her own restaurant. Current events that concern Jocelyn include pollution, fossil fuel use, and racial profiling.”

     “Tara Johnson is a WHS senior and alternate student board representative. Tara is the daughter of Sophia and David Kramer of Princess Anne. Miss Johnson is an excellent student who has been involved in Hope Club, Yearbook, and National Honor Society. She would like to attend college to be either a doctor or forensic scientist. She is most concerned about women’s rights, global warming, and terrorism.”

   “DeAuvione Brittingham is a CHS junior and alternate student board representative. DeAvione is the daughter of Angie and Troy Brittingham of Westover. Miss Brittingham is a serious student who has been involved in SADD, Leo Club, and National Honor Society. She would like to attend Centenary College or College Park to become a pediatrician and open her own office. The issue that concerns DeAvione the most today is poverty.”