• See Our Students Shine During Spring Performance Series

    Mark Your Calendars with a variety of entertainment events, including the 2016 Fine Arts Festival, as WCPS students host the spring series of fine and performing arts programs.
  • 2016-2017 School Year Budget

    Learn how the 2016-2017 school system budget keeps focus on what matters - providing a world class educational experience for the students of Worcester County.
  • 2016 Communications Survey

    Tell us how we're doing! Take a moment and complete Worcester County Public Schools' 2016 Communications Survey before it closes on May 6, 2016.
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04/21/2016

All too often, a parent’s knowledge about a child’s artwork created at school is the finished product hanging on the refrigerator. But there is so much more to learn about these incredible works of art: why was this particular piece created; how was it created; what materials were used?

Our fine arts students make many decisions throughout the process of creating art. They spend time learning about various techniques and...

04/14/2016

By Carrie Sterrs, Coordinator of Public Relations and Special Programs and Facilitator of the Teacher of the Year Program

"Each student has a unique goal for their future, and it is a teacher’s job to guide those students to reach their goals," Karen Eure, the...

03/24/2016

By Beverly Watson, Formative Assessment for Maryland Educators Facilitator at Pocomoke Elementary School

To ensure excellence in education, Pocomoke Elementary School embraces innovative opportunities to provide hands-on digital experiences for all students. Technology and tools are embedded within daily instruction, building student capacity to effectively communicate and efficiently function in society using 21st Century digital language. Digital proficiency is...

03/10/2016

By Carrie Sterrs, Coordinator of Public Relations and Special Projects

In February, Candy Edwards-Roach, senior policy analyst in the Governor’s Office for Children, represented the Hogan administration and its ongoing support for oral health education in Maryland public schools.  Edwards-Roach visited first-grade students at Ocean City Elementary School to observe a dental health lesson. 

Following her classroom observation, Edwards-Roach addressed students as part of...