SUDLERSVILLE — On Friday, March 27, cafeteria workers, teachers from the Sudlersville area and volunteers were involved in delivering meals to students as schools remain closed due to restrictions imposed by the coronavirus emergency. A total of 600 meals — 200 breakfasts, 200 lunches and 20…

CENTREVILLE — On Thursday, March 26, teachers from Kennard Elementary and Centreville Elementary schools gathered in their cars and trucks to parade through neighborhoods in Centreville to wave to and greet students. They were met with cheers and signs. Students and parents gathered in yards…

CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne's County Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. April 8 at the central office on Chesterfield Avenue.

STEVENSVILLE — On March 25, a staff members from Kent Island Elementary and Bayside Elementary in Stevensville joined forces to create a teacher parade for students on the Kent Island.

Editor’s Note: This letter was sent to Queen Anne’s County Public Schools families by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Andrea Kane on March 26.

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Public Schools added another two new locations for “grab and go meals,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Andrea Kane notified families in an emailed letter Saturday, March 21. These are in addition to the two new sites announced Thursday.

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne's County Public Schools have added two new locations for "grab and go meals," Superintendent of Schools Dr. Andrea Kane notified families in an emailed letter Thursday, March 19.

Centerville teacher Heather Efland, is keeping her own kids occupied and entertaining the rest of us with her musical talents. Her first video appeared on Facebook yesterday morning and is already gaining momentum.

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne's County Public Schools began providing two meals for students each day on Monday, March 16. On Wednesday, March 18, schools began to provide three meals per day at the same locations, according to Dr. Andrea Kane, superintendent of schools.

STEVENSVILLE — The “Student Showcase” art show, hosted each year by the Kent Island Federation of Arts and sponsored by the Kent Island Elks, Lodge 2576, for the past 12 years, is open and free for public viewing. This year’s exhibit has more than 150 student works of art from schools, both …

GRASONVILLE — On Feb. 28, Grasonville Elementary put on its annual Talent Show. As usual, it was a packed house in the cafeteria/gymnasium with hundreds of fans coming out to watch the stars at Grasonville Elementary.

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County students in environmental science classes and masonry career-and-technical education courses are working together to build 300 reef balls for shoreline protection and new marine habitat in the Chesapeake Bay. They are gaining the knowledge and practical skil…

CENTREVILLE — The Character Counts Advisory Council is pleased to announce applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Faye Lister Teen of Character Scholarship. This $500 scholarship, made possible through the Centreville Rotary, is available to any high school senior who resides in Qu…

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