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We gratefully recognize For All Seasons Behavioral Health and RCC as our 2022 Community Partner of the Year!For All Seasons - Easton Elementary

Although there was excitement in having all of our students and staff back together in our brand new school, we were still faced with some challenges because of the sheer number of children we serve. We learned the water fountains would be wrapped in plastic again this year, however our students could use the bottle filling fountains for water. Water is a simple thing that provides very important benefits such as; keeping us energized and focused throughout the day. Knowing a water bottle would be an item several of our students may not have access to, we sought donations from the community. Katie Theeke from Four All Seasons immediately responded to our needs. She offered to provide a water bottle for every child in the entire school. We informed her of the number of students we had enrolled. She didn’t shy away from the need and spent time researching the best bottle for all students. Katie contacted the school with a size suitable for 3 year olds to 10 year olds with a lid design that would accompany independent use by all. Additionally, she spent time designing a message, “Be Kind to Your Mind”, for the bottle to remind our students the importance of their mental health. When Katie delivered the bottles to us she included a colleague, Lauren Webster. Lauren designed a sheet for staff of mindful topic cards. The intention was to give our teachers class meeting topics to promote the much needed social emotional learning. She informed us she would be happy to provide additional topics throughout the year. Four All Seasons responded to a need. They not only allowed us to fill our cups but found a way to fill our hearts and our minds. We are grateful for your outreach, motivation and commitment to our students and staff. Together we are better!
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We have transitioned to the start of summer programs at EES. The students have had lessons throughout the morning in a variety of areas including mindfulness and movement. Mrs. Keswick had student stretching and moving today and Mrs. Redman brought over a few students from the high school that wanted to lead mindfulness and mosaics. We can’t wait to see the final project. Dr. Griffith stopped in today and shared our school with the new superintendent, Dr. Sharon Pepukayi. Stay tuned for more summer fun! ... See MoreSee Less

Hello summer! First order of business- books! Head to the Talbot County Free Library today! ... See MoreSee Less

Mr. Skinner’s Kindergarten class has been counting down the days of school. They learned about parts of a watermelon and made predictions on how many seeds could be inside. They had fun searching for the seeds and found 893 seeds in all. They even sneaked a few sweet tastes along the way! ... See MoreSee Less

As we near the end of the school year, know that the future is looking bright...... Mrs. Martin's friends had spirit today as they prepare for the end of their first grade experience. ... See MoreSee Less

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Brenda Mendoza how cute!!

Nicole Foxworth

Andrew Michael Bollero Milutinovich 😎

This is a friendly reminder that the remainder of the week is 1/2 day schedule for students in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Our P3 and PreK students completed their final day of school today.
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Mrs. Carter’s 3rd grade class was awarded the Hess Toy Grant. They received a class set of cargo jets for STEM education. Today students explored and collected data on variables that impact force and made recommendations for airport runway construction. The sky’s the limit for these soon to be 4th graders! ✈️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Creative and fun teaching and learning!

Pre-K had some questions about the weather. Meteorologist Mr. Berk answered their questions below.
Weather is so cool!
Read on !
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That's so cool! I know those kids!😁

Love this!!!! Renée Groves Masaracchia you rock! Justin Berk- you are the coolest ❤️

Third grade students were able to go on a field trip to the Maritime Museum to learn all about Maryland’s crab cakes! They learned each step of the process, from the bay all the way up to a restaurant order, and engaged in all hands on activities. It was a big hit! ♥️🦀 ... See MoreSee Less

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We found Corporal Leeson from the Sheriff’s Dept doing a walk through today. He stopped in Ms. Miller and Ms. Kearns class. The students were eager to greet him and engage him their activities. ... See MoreSee Less

Mrs. Werner has been working with students on using their senses to add details to their writing. Today they worked with lemonade. ... See MoreSee Less

Fourth grade Living Heroes Museum- a special thanks to the Avalon Foundation and Talbot Arts for your support of our students! ... See MoreSee Less

Our band and chorus gave outstanding performances tonight! ... See MoreSee Less

Mrs. Grose’s first grade class had a special visit from the Academy of the Arts today. They also enjoyed reading books to one another. ... See MoreSee Less

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Awesome reading!!!

The Baltimore Orioles showed Ms. Day's class some love with spirit-wear hats and shades. Go O's! ... See MoreSee Less

The Baltimore Orioles showed Ms. Day's class some love with spirit-wear hats and shades. Go O's! ... See MoreSee Less

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This is a bittersweet time of year…… while a group of young adults are celebrating their final days of school before transitioning to their next journey in the world, another set of small children are gearing up for their first school experience. We send shine to all the graduates preparing for graduation! Tonight we also celebrate our newly enrolled PreK/k students for the Fall. Special thanks to our community partners: Judy Center, Choptank Community Health, Talbot County Library, Project Right Steps, and the EES PTO for providing a sneak peak of our school for these families!! ... See MoreSee Less

Today our 4th and 5th grade students had the opportunity to enjoy Career and Technical Education (CTE) presentations from high school students from SMMHS and EHS. What a wonderful experience! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to everyone that made today possible. P3-2nd experienced field day today! The weather was perfect. There were ice pops, music, cheering, friendly competition, and smiles. LOTS of smiles! Thank you to our Physical Education team for organizing this event. Thank you to the Avalon Foundation for the school t-shirt, the music, and the sidewalk art. Thank you to the students and staff for the teamwork today. What a great day!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for all who organized this! My kids (Will and Anna) had a wonderful time and told me all about it.

Jessie Flaherty

It was definitely a fun time Glad I was able to be there

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PK, K, and 1 tried snap peas for their tasting today! Yum!! ... See MoreSee Less

PK, K, and 1st grade-Be on the lookout for your copy of Sylvia’s Spinach! Thank you to our partners at Maryland Snap-Ed and Mr. Nate! Sign up for this special event!Here come the books! A copy of the book Sylvia's Spinach is going out to students at participating schools across Maryland! ALL families are invited to join the kickoff event on June 9 at 7pm. Author Katherine Pryor will read the book and answer questions! ... See MoreSee Less

Say it, eat it, learn it - Nothing like an engaging vocabulary lesson on fruits and vegetables with Mrs.Hamsher! ♥️ ... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Aleman and Ms. Colman's friends are enjoying the last days of school with fun activities including Chalk Art Day, reading with first grade friends in Ms. DeShield's class, and attending the BAAM festival and Spanish Dance performance! ... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Wedin and Mrs. Spies partnered with Elissa Hozore, computer science education specialist from MSDE, to complete a coding lesson in their kindergarten classes. Students completed a lesson with a program named scratch jr. They learned how to write their own unique code to make a digital cat move and dance! We appreciate the partnership to try something new and the support of Mrs. Werner, Career and Technical Education Supervisor, for assisting with the opportunity today. ... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Wedin’s class learning computer programming and creating their own stories! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Ms. Mooney! School manager extraordinaire!THIS WEEK WE RECOGNIZE AND THANK OUR SCHOOL MANAGERS! Please take a few moments to thank YOUR School Manager! Are you wondering what a School Manager does? Well...they do ALOT!

"I am the first and last point of contact for all visitors. I answer all phone calls and coordinate all messages. I am responsible for student attendance records, transportation, management of the front office, payroll, accounts receivable and payable, staff attendance, teacher coverage/substitutes, the school calendar, overseeing all maintenance, maintaining all forms, ordering school supplies, and the annual operating budget....."

" I schedule assemblies and field trips, file for grants, report accidents, assist staff with benefits management, assist with special events, work with our Community Partners, maintain the Crisis Plan, keep PowerSchool records up-to-date, oversee the FARMS applications..."

"My job as a school manager involves wearing many hats but to sum it up...I make sure the building doors are open for business and the people in it have a safe learning environment every day."

"I make sure everything is running smoothly from the financial standpoint, and for students, teachers, custodians, cafeteria staff, bus drivers and outside organizations. I try to make sure all of the staff have what they need, and I arrange coverage for staff absences and for all of our IEP meetings. I try hard everyday to make sure I do all of this with a smile. I absolutely love my job!"

"A good School Manager should know what's going on in their building at all times and be able to shuffle options on the fly to make proper decisions that will keep the school running smoothly. It often involves the manipulation chaos into order, while managing the front office, answering hundreds of questions daily, maintaining open communication with administration and the health office and being the strong, yet supportive face at the front desk. And it needs to look seamless. I can't imagine a more rewarding position !!!
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PK and K students! Don’t forget to take your blue bag to the Talbot County Free Library for Raising a Reader month! ... See MoreSee Less