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St Michaels Elementary

Upcoming Events

Events
2nd and 3rd year teachers report
Aug 15, 2022 12:00am
All Teachers Report
Aug 18, 2022
1st Day of School for all Students
Aug 29, 2022
Labor Day Holiday , Schools Closed
Sep 5, 2022
Early dismissal , Parent /Teacher Conferences
Sep 30, 2022

SMES: Better Together!

SMES students at assembly

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We were so excited to greet our new teachers today at SMES! We even had a visit from our Superintendent, Dr. Pepukayi, during the school tour. All of the Saints staff is excited for the 22-23 school year!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Welcome ladies!

Love this!!! Welcome to our family!!!

Best wishes for a fantastic year!!! βœοΈπŸ“šπŸ““

Welcome to SMES!!!

Welcome!!!!

Welcome!

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Photos from Talbot STEM Camp's post ... See MoreSee Less

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I hear excited news about the STEM projects each day this week!

Is Faye in STEM camp?

Summer Learning at SMES partners with YMCA of the Chesapeake and Talbot STEM! ... See MoreSee Less

TCPS is looking for a School Social Worker. Click for details and to apply: ... See MoreSee Less

SMES is proud to recognize St.Michaels Police Department as our Community Partner if the Year!St. Michaels Police Department - St. Michaels Elementary

St. Michaels Police Department, under the leadership of Chief Anthony Smith, believes in and practices community policing. St. Michaels Elementary students, staff and families benefit from their caring and consistent presence. When officers come into the school to walk the halls, students who live in the town of St. Michaels greet them by name. Often, on their visits, they bring supplies for the school like SMPD pencils or even snacks for the staff! SMPD consistently is a popular attraction at our Back To School celebration with gifts for kids and a look inside the front of the police car that includes turning on the lights and siren! The positive relationships that SMPD has with our students and families can also be attributed to their work with kids in the community. During the height of the Covid pandemic, the SMPD was present as we delivered food to families and helped to monitor our campus. They have annual programs for kids and families like National Night Out, Lunch with a Cop, Shop with a Cop & Annual Holiday Party, Daffodil Planting, Jr. Police Academy and (the very popular) S.M.Y.L.E. on the Miles where children and their families along with police and their families spent an afternoon on the Patriot cruising along the Miles River. Finally, safety is the common focus of both SMES and SMPD and we work together to develop plans to keep our campus safe, to improve car rider patterns, and to address any other issues as they arise.
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Well deserved!

We are so grateful for the St. Michaels Police Department, our 2022 Community Partner of the Year! They are steadfast in their support and in keeping our campus safe!St. Michaels Police Department - St. Michaels Elementary

St. Michaels Police Department, under the leadership of Chief Anthony Smith, believes in and practices community policing. St. Michaels Elementary students, staff and families benefit from their caring and consistent presence. When officers come into the school to walk the halls, students who live in the town of St. Michaels greet them by name. Often, on their visits, they bring supplies for the school like SMPD pencils or even snacks for the staff! SMPD consistently is a popular attraction at our Back To School celebration with gifts for kids and a look inside the front of the police car that includes turning on the lights and siren! The positive relationships that SMPD has with our students and families can also be attributed to their work with kids in the community. During the height of the Covid pandemic, the SMPD was present as we delivered food to families and helped to monitor our campus. They have annual programs for kids and families like National Night Out, Lunch with a Cop, Shop with a Cop & Annual Holiday Party, Daffodil Planting, Jr. Police Academy and (the very popular) S.M.Y.L.E. on the Miles where children and their families along with police and their families spent an afternoon on the Patriot cruising along the Miles River. Finally, safety is the common focus of both SMES and SMPD and we work together to develop plans to keep our campus safe, to improve car rider patterns, and to address any other issues as they arise.
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The last day of school is always bittersweet. Have a great summer Saints!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Love this! Have a great and safe summer everyone!

Love this! Love our school! ❀️

Jenny Covey Chance

Best wishes Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Clemens. Enjoy your retirement. ... See MoreSee Less

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We love and will miss you both! You have touched so many lives!!!!

Congratulations to you both! Thank you for starting my babies and countless others off on the right foot by teaching them to love learning and school! ❀️❀️ You will be missed!

Congratulations to two of the best teachers!!

Two amazing teachers! Congratulations on your well deserved retirement! β€οΈπŸ–€

Congratulations on a well deserved retirement. Thank you for the great start to Brock’s education!! ❀️

So deserving!! Congratulations!

Congratulations!!! Well deserved!! πŸ’œπŸŽ‰

Yay!! SMES will miss you both dearly!! Congratulations!!!♥️

You ladies are awesome teachers!! SMES and the whole community will dearly miss you! Enjoy the second halves of your life to the fullest. πŸ₯³πŸ₯°πŸ–

Congratulations πŸŽ‰! Mrs. Clemens you will be missed! ❀️

Aw!! Congratulations ladies!!! I wish you all the best in you’re retirement! Hugs and Kisses to you!!!

Congratulations! Enjoy!

Congratulations ladies!!πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

That's so awesome. Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congrats Debbie Clemens!!!

Congratulations

Mrs. Clemens was my daughter's kindergarten teacher when Mt. Pleasant was still a school!!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations πŸŽ‰

Two of St. Michaels elementary schools best ever!

Congratulations! πŸŽ‰

Ladies- well done! Live your best life in retirement….

Two of the best~<< gone πŸ₯² best wishes to them both as they move one

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Congratulations to Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Clemens. We had to send them off to retirement with a proper clap out and ride in a convertible. Thank you for your 57 combined years of teaching. ... See MoreSee Less

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St. Michaels will miss you!

Congratulations Ladies! Well deserved!

Hello, summer! β˜€οΈπŸ‰πŸ˜Ž ... See MoreSee Less

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Lakenjra Charne

Today, SMES was visited by Maryland State Delegate, Johnny Mautz and Maryland Secretary of Agriculture, Joseph Bartenfelder! They came to recognize the hard work of last year's third grade students who strove to make the state fruit of Maryland the strawberry. Way to go, Saints! πŸ“ ... See MoreSee Less

Last call for lost and found. They will be out tomorrow and then washed and donated tomorrow afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Noel Monroe 4th grade is missing a lunch box.

Janna M Schaefer you need to go get it asap then

We congratulate and honor our two SMES legends (retirees): Debbie Clemens and Gail Sullivan. Thank you for teaching us!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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We love Mrs Clemens!! Congrats!!

Congratulations!!

The end of the school year is always bittersweet. As another class moves on to the middle school, I hope they always remember that no matter where life takes them, our Saints family will be there cheering them on. β€οΈπŸ–€β€οΈπŸ–€β€οΈ ... See MoreSee Less

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Class of 2029!

5th grade did an excellent job presenting their historical wax figure projects today! Their hard work was evident & our younger students loved learning from them!! ... See MoreSee Less

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So proud of our 5th graders! They all worked so hard on this project!!πŸ˜„

They did an amazing job!!!

Wow everyone looks great

Great job!

Everyone looks amazing!! A+ all the way!

Love this!!! ❀️

Sooo good!!! Lots of hard work!

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Lost and found has been folded and spread out, if you see something that belongs to your child please reach out to their teacher and have your child go grab it. We will be doing walk through a this week with classes.

A huge thank you to our PTO moms who came and folded and spread out the clothes and items.
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Any zipper black sweatshirts with green dinosaur spikes on the back?

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REMINDER: Friday, May 27th is an early dismissal day for students and staff! Dismissal will start at 11:20 am. NO SCHOOL on Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day. Enjoy the long weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

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Jenny Covey Chance

Thank you for your donation! You guys rock!
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Graduating senior, Yarivel Mazariegos-Bartolon, went WAY above and beyond this school year, helping out in our elementary classrooms. After earning enough service hours to graduate, Yari continued to assist teachers and students by volunteering more than 300 extra hours! We are proud to have Saints like Yari in our school! Good luck in college, Yari! ... See MoreSee Less

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We loved having her as a part of our first grade family this year! πŸ’—

so so proud of you Yarivel!!!

Thank you to our friends at Miller Yacht for the gracious support!
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Here is this week's SMES Saints Scoop:
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