SMES: Better Together!
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Due to the forecasted weather conditions, ALL Talbot County Public Schools will operate on a 90 minute delay schedule tomorrow. Employees: Code Green. If conditions change, a decision will be made by 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. Please be safe. ... See MoreSee Less
First grade had a lot of fun this week doing holiday related activities with Math, Reading, and even Science!! We learned about many different winter holidays also. One of our favorite activities was creating jingle bell mazes.
We wish everyone happy holidays and a great break!! ... See MoreSee Less
Great job kiddos
A HUGE thank you to our PTO for organizing and running Santa’s Workshop this year! They transformed the art room into a fun shop for students to “shop” for two family members. A special thanks to Nichole Velez and Kerry Frank Gunshenan for organizing!! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for all your hard work! The look of excitement on my kids faces when they gave me my presents was wonderful!!
Thank you to Delegate Johnny Mautz for visiting the 3rd and 4th graders at SMES before break! He listened to what our students have been doing with their claims to make STRAWBERRIES the state fruit of Maryland! Did you know that MD does not have a state fruit?
Our students have researched and learned how to try and pass a bill and they are making in happen in real time!! Colton Smith and Sammi McDaniel got to present their sides.
Keep a watch for the new state fruit hopefully!! 🍓 ... See MoreSee Less
It was fantastic to be with the students and they are well on the way to get this campaign rolling!!!! Strawberries, Strawberries, Strawberries!!!
Students in Mrs. Rice’s second grade class took the opportunity today to learn about the Waterfowl Festival and the importance of the wildlife in our area. They also read a book by a local author, Elaine Ann Allen titled Olly the Oyster and discussed the value of the Chesapeake Bay. ... See MoreSee Less
Ms. Copper’s 2nd grade students talked about the celebration of Diwali during morning meeting today and made paper lamps. The Diwali festival gets its name from the row (avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize inner light. ... See MoreSee Less