State data shows multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 in schools across Maryland. There are currently 43 schools experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks, according to the Maryland Department …
Some college students have experienced difficulty adjusting to life during the COVID-19 pandemic, facing elevated rates of stress and/or anxiety. “During June 24–30, 2020, U.S. adults …
WESTOVER — If you love tacos and want to support Somerset County Technical High School then consider placing an order during a neighborhood pop-up event on Tuesday, May 11. The school is …
CRISFIELD — Crisfield Academy and High School announces honor rolls for the third quarter of the 2020-21 school year. 12th Grade Principal’s Honor Roll La’Shayna Ball, …
WESTOVER — Somerset County Public Schools students not required to take remedial classes are encouraged to enroll in one of the summer enrichment courses available to all grades starting in …
WESTOVER — Holly Grove Christian School announces its third quarter honor rolls for the 2020-21 school year. 1st Grade: Principal’s Roll: Summer Banks, Brooke Bozman, Colby Davis, …
WESTOVER — For the second year in a row the Somerset County Teacher of the Year crown remains in Crisfield. J. Logan Webster, a Social Studies, government and history teacher at Crisfield …
In what University of Maryland Eastern Shore President Heidi M. Anderson called “a defining moment” in school history, she witnessed Gov. Larry Hogan sign a law March 24 to resolve a …
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PRINCESS ANNE — Making an impact in the community through his professional and personal life is what drives McCoy Curtis Jr., especially in these challenging times — and it has not gone …
SALISBURY — The architects behind the Somerset County Technical High School in Westover accepted additional awards for their design of the state-of-the-art LEED Gold facility which opened to …
SALISBURY — Salisbury University and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore have renewed an academic partnership allowing students to earn two degrees in only four and a half years. The …
CRISFIELD — On Fridays every student at Woodson Elementary School has the opportunity to take home a grocery bag of food provided by the Maryland Food Bank. Bags are packed and ready for …
WESTOVER — District 3 no longer has a representative on the Somerset County Board of Education after longtime member Robert T. “Bobby” Wells of Princess Anne resigned midway through …
WASHINGTON (CNS) — President Joe Biden’s $130 billion school reopening plan focuses on making schools safer for teachers and students, although returning to school remains a contentious and difficult issue.
to her alma mater which will be used for scholarships. Schools Superintendent Dr. John Gaddis said the proceeds from the estate of Pollyanna Ward McVicker will be placed in an account in her name …
Many of Maryland’s most populous districts are set to welcome some students back for in-person instruction Monday, marking the start of varying local plans in response to Gov. Larry …
PRINCESS ANNE — Area middle and high school students currently in grades 8-11 can apply now for the 2021 AgDiscovery summer program slated for June 13-26 at the University of Maryland Eastern …
PRINCESS ANNE — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore men’s basketball head coach, Jason Crafton, will be a part on the Delaware Blue Coats broadcast team for the 2021 season. The …
PRINCESS ANNE — A digital media studies degree will be added to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s roster of undergraduate majors beginning in the fall 2021. The Department of …
PRINCESS ANNE — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore bid farewell Dec. 18 to its final group of seniors in the Class of 2020 with a 36-minute commencement celebration video in lieu of a …
WESTOVER — Somerset County’s COVID-19 statistics continue to be above safe levels for educational officials forcing the public schools to remain closed to in-person learning until …
PRINCESS ANNE — A week before fall commencement was to be held at UMES the rules changed because of the spread of the coronavirus, upending those plans. The mandate that less than 100 people …
PRINCESS ANNE — Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the welfare of student athletes and the viability of competing as COVID-19 positivity rates continually rise all over the country, …