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Newark, MD, November 2, 2016– The Showell Elementary Replacement School project moves forward today following the Worcester County Commissioners’ approval of $1.6 million for school design plans on Tuesday.

“I am very pleased that the hard work and dedication of the County Commissioners, Board of Education (BOE) members and our staff have brought us to this point,” County Commissioner President Madison J. Bunting said,” where we have now approved the proposed Showell Elementary School...


By: Odtis Collins, Coordinator of Food Services

Next week, Worcester County Public Schools will celebrate National School Lunch Week.  This year’s theme, “School Lunch: Show Your Spirit”, challenges students, staff and school officials to come together to show just how much school spirit they have for school lunch.  It’s also a perfect time to recognize the important role each food and nutrition staff member plays in creating healthy meals and nourishment for students, staff...


Newark, MD, September 30, 2016– At a special Board meeting Friday, the Worcester County Board of Education appointed Mr. Louis H. Taylor as the next Superintendent of Schools for Worcester County.

“I want to begin by saying thank you to the Board of Education for entrusting me with the job of working side-by-side with the faculty and staff of this amazing school system as the Superintendent of Schools,” Taylor said at the meeting. “It is my responsibility to live up to the trust you...


Seventh grade students at Pocomoke Middle school enjoyed an innovative lesson in argumentation during a visit by Dr. Jay Imbrenda from Salisbury University’s Education Specialties Department. Working in close collaboration with seventh-grade teacher Mrs. Hanna Poist, Poist and Imbrenda designed a lesson by adapting techniques from a research-based approach that Dr. Imbrenda originally used with high school students. Throughout the lesson, students built arguments around the question of...