Welcome to SMMHS!
SMMHS Front Office, Admin and Guidance
Easton High Senior Alondra Moreno Santana and St. Michaels Middle High Senior Abbie Kemp will represent their schools as student members of the Talbot County
Some photos from an AWESOME night. Thank you to Ms. Angie Asmussen and Katie Southworth for organizing it and to all our awesome chaperones- Ms. Kastel, Mrs. Kerr, Mr. Sechrist, Mr. White, Mr. Hummell, Ms. Sink, Mrs. MacPherson, Mrs. Smith, Ms. Dawn, and of course to our DJ Mr. Strickland. Thank you to TAYA for the snacks and water! They were a big hit! ... See MoreSee Less
Friday, 9/30 is a 1/2 day of school. There is no cross campus because there is no transportation to and from EHS. Cross campus students do not need to be at SM until their classes begin. Dismissal is 11:30.
Please stop in for parent conferences from 12-3. ... See MoreSee Less
SOOOO WELL DESERVED! Thank you Ms. Dawn!
Congratulations, Dawn! Well deserved, for sure!
Very much deserved! You are amazing Ms. Dawn
Congratulations Ms Dawn!!!!!
Well deserved Ms Dawn
Thank you all so much, your the best.
Great Job, I knew that you would do well.
She’s so wonderful!!! ❤️
We are so proud of you ❤🥰
Yay Ms. Dawn ❤️🖤❤️🖤
Yay ms. Dawn 💕
PLEASE come and join this AMAZING group of volunteers that plan a wonderful night for our students. Your student does NOT have to be a high school student for you to help. ALL volunteers welcome. ... See MoreSee Less
I cannot attend this meeting due to restrictions at the moment but want to help!
Spread the word!! Interest meeting tomorrow!Well y’all… it’s that time. After two years of no musical… it’s finally happening. We’re coming back full force and then some. SMMHS is performing Shrek the musical in February and March! As the director, I was VERY nervous to pursue a full musical after the long COVID hiatus. But this years senior class deserves it!! I’m much less nervous after meeting with the wonderful Roxane Doster Watts and Jan Duley who never cease to make the impossible a reality. Auditions are October 25th and 26th. Pick up an information packet tomorrow at the interest meeting at 12:45!!! Parent/community meeting Nov. 2nd, 6:30 in SMMHS band room. ... See MoreSee Less
I went there a lot when we lived in Hurlock. They took my sons class nearly every year.
My son had the best time! He even found what we think is a raccoon skull!
I see you Olivia Patrick! Brittany Patrick
My girl ❤️ Congratulations
Congratulations Abbie !
THATS MY GIRL!!!! Congrats Abbie Kemp ❤️❤️❤️
Yay Abbie ❤️❤️❤️ congrats boo!
yayy!! congrats🤍 Abbie Kemp
Congratulations, Abbie!!!!! ❤️🖤❤️🖤
Way to go Saints!
Great job ladies!
Middle School dance for SM students only. No guests will be permitted to attend. Spaghetti/strapless dresses are allowed but must be an appropriate length. Students do NOT need to dress up. School attire is acceptable. Looking forward to a fun night! ... See MoreSee Less
Suicide is a leading cause of death on the Eastern Shore, in Maryland, and in the United States.
Each year, For All Seasons shines a light on suicide prevention with our No Matter What… You Matter campaign. This initiative's goal is to prevent suicide on Maryland's Eastern Shore through education and increased access to crisis resources.
Join us as we launch this year’s No Matter What… You Matter with a special community conversation about suicide prevention. In this speaker series event, For All Seasons’ CEO Beth Anne Langrell and Chief Clinical Officer Lesa Lee, LCSW-C will:
• Highlight how powerful social connections and a sense of belonging are in preventing suicide;
• Share practical strategies and tips for reaching out to those who are struggling;
• Discuss crisis resources that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; and
• Share a special message of support and hope for those who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts.
As the conclusion of this speaker series event, For All Seasons will debut our annual suicide prevention music video. Featuring members of our Heart and Music cast and other recognizable faces in our community, this song will offer an inspirational reminder that reaching out to loved ones in times of struggle can change lives.
Register at: ; ... See MoreSee Less
Don't you know you not suppose to wear white after labor day
PLEASE help!Volunteers are needed for concession stand duty for soccer and field hockey games. Please contact Shelley Gowe if you are able to help! (410) 310-1601 or Heavyd@atlanticbb.net ... See MoreSee Less
NEVER A DOUBT!!!!
NEVER A DOUBT! Congrats!!!!!
Underclassman picture day is MONDAY, September 12th. Students in grades 6-11 should have gotten a form from their first period teacher. You can also order online. If you want to order using the form, students should have the form and payment on Monday. Please email Ms. Kastel if you have any questions. ... See MoreSee Less
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Auditions for the 1980’s fall drama called Powerline: the Story of Me, Mario, and your Mom are tomorrow right after school in the auditorium! Mrs. Effler will be directing and is looking for some students who are interested in acting! This is open to middle and high school students. If you are not sure, stop by tomorrow and check it out! It is sure to be a good time!! ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow’s the day! SMMHS will open our doors at 7:35 to welcome all our students back for an amazing 22-23 school year! Class begins at 7:45. We hope everyone takes the opportunity to have the best year! We look forward to seeing you soon!
Please share your pictures with #TCPSfirstday ... See MoreSee Less