News and Announcements

Melodi Power is SCPS 29th Teacher of the Year

Melodi Power is Somerset County Public Schools 29th Teacher of the Year. She was recently honored at Martin's West in Baltimore with her 23 counterparts from the local education agencies throughout the state including Baltimore City. Ms. Power serves as a media specialist at Greenwood Elementary School The program has been in existence since 1987. A variety of teachers have held this position. Click on the title to see more information about the teachers.

Teacher of the Year Activities

All 24 Teacher of the Year will participate in the following activities this school year. More are likely to be added. Click on the title for an updated listing.

Board Vice Chairman Honored

Somerset County Board of Education Vice Chairman Dan Kuebler was honored at the recent BOE meeting on October 20 for service on the Workforce Investment Board. Click on title for more information.

Schools Receive Community Foundation Grants

Congratulations to the staff of Woodson Elementary and Ewell Elementary for making our schools richer by $4,200 and $4,300 respectively by applying for and receiving Community Foundation grants. Woodson Elementary School and Ewell Elementary School have been notified by the Community Foundation they are to be the recipients of over $4,000 each for special projects at their schools. Grants will be formally awarded at the Community Foundation location in Salisbury on November 12.

Local Prep Golf Teams Raise Nearly $2000 for Swing for a Cure

The following high schools donated for Swing for a Cure:

Stephen Decatur High School, Berlin MD $775

Washington High School, Princess Anne MD $421

Snow Hill High School, Snow Hill MD $170

James M Bennett High School, Salisbury MD $224


Pocomoke High School, Pocomoke MD $250

Woodson Elementary and Princess Anne Elementary Kindergarten Students Travel to Racoon Point

Woodson Elementary School and Princess Anne Elementary School Kindergarten classes went to Raccoon Point today and had a great time. The Ward Museum provided great interactive activities and children were able to explore the marsh and wildlife. Early Childhood Coordinator Karen Karten said, "This was a great way for our students to get a fun science lesson in their own backyard"

Donation to Dads at Work

Crisfield Lioness recently donated $200.00 to Woodson Elementary School's Dads at Work program which features Dads and their children building projects at school.
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