Calling All Parents!

  • Thursday, 15 December 2016
Dorchester County Public Schools- Minority Achievement Task Force Presents: “Parent Summit” January 10th - Hurlock United Methodist Church 112 N Main St, Hurlock, MD 21643 6:00- 8:00 PM January 12th - Delmarva Community Services 2450 Cambridge Beltway, Cambridge, MD 21613 6:00- 8:00 PM For more information, download the flyer below.

Special Announcement from Dr. Henry V. Wagner. Jr.

  • Thursday, 15 December 2016
Dear Dorchester Colleagues and Community Members, On December 15, 2016, I informed the Board of Education of Dorchester County in executive session of my decision to retire as Superintendent of Dorchester County Public Schools effective July 1, 2017. I make this decision because of compelling personal, family, and professional considerations – and with a variety of mixed emotions. Simply stated, it is time for me to embark upon the next enterprises of my life and career.

Youth Mental Health First Aid

  • Tuesday, 13 December 2016
Dorchester County Public Schools is pleased to announce “Youth Mental Health First Aid” trainings as part of the Project AWARE grant. This training is an 8-hour public education program designed for adults who regularly interact with adolescents (teachers, school staff, coaches, youth group leaders, parents, etc.). As noted on the Youth Mental Health First Aid website, the training “introduces participants to the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents, builds understanding of the importance of early intervention, and teaches individuals how to help an adolescent in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge.” For more…

December Wellness Newsletter

  • Tuesday, 06 December 2016
December's Wellness Newletter is reminding you of GERM WARFARE. The folks who work in your school restaurant wash their hands all the time! And YOU should wash your hands anytime you think they might be dirty. It's one of the easiest ways to fight germs and stay healthy! To learn more good ideas, download the document below.

2016 Superintendent's Holiday Card Slideshow

  • Monday, 28 November 2016
2016 is the third year that Dorchester County Public Schools has held the Superintendent’s Holiday Card Contest. Students from across the school district in grades K-12 create and submit works of art with a holiday theme that are considered for the cover artwork for Dr. Wagner’s holiday card. This year’s winner from Cambridge-South Dorchester High School, sophomore Kimberly Larimer, submitted a Maryland-themed holiday blue crab holding lights on a trotline. This image is both representative of our county and our holiday traditions. All student winners will be publicly recognized with their artwork at the January 19th meeting of the Board…

Student Cell Phone Procedures

  • Tuesday, 22 November 2016
With respect to student cell phone procedures, the Board reviewed the recommendation of the Policy Subcommittee and heard additional testimony from student leadership before approving the latest draft for first reading. The policy is available for review. Please download the policy below.

Andre Beulah is MSEA Education Specialist Professional of the Year!

  • Wednesday, 09 November 2016
Dorchester Educators is proud to announce that Andre’ Beulah who was selected as Dorchester Educators ESP of the year in May of 2016 was just chosen as Maryland State Education Associations (MSEA’s) ESP of the year. Mr. Beulah is now representing the state of Maryland along with Dorchester County!! Please download the document below for more information.

2016 Annual Report

  • Tuesday, 08 November 2016
This 2016 Annual Report provides a snapshot of our school system. In this document, we provide facts and figures about our schools, students, employees, and finances; in addition, we honor some of our outstanding teachers and support employees, and outline several of the challenges and changes that face us in the coming years. Please download the 2016 Annual Report for more information.

November Wellness Newsletter

  • Monday, 07 November 2016
November's Wellness Newsletter is all about "The Family That Eats Together." Eating as a family isn't always easy these days. But it's wll worth the effort. As you might expect, family meals improve kids' nutrition and health. And that's just the beginning of the benefits. To learn more, download the document below.