GRASONVILLE — On Tuesday, Nov. 26, Grasonville Elementary hosted its annual Grandparents Day. Grandparents were treated to a musical performance directed by music teacher Jamie Dean and starring their grandchildren. The students entertained the crowd with songs like: “Green Bean Casserole,” …

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Commissioners unanimously voted Tuesday, Nov. 26, to approve more than $2.9 million in high-priority Queen Anne’s County Board of Education FY21 capital improvement project requests.

WYE MILLS — The Chesapeake College Board of Trustees will hold its regular business meeting at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 12, 2019 in the Dorchester Administration Building, Boardroom, Room D-233, at the Wye Mills campus.

CENTREVILLE — The majority of employees in Queen Anne’s County Public Schools are white females, but the school system surpassed its goal of hiring minority teachers to fill vacancies this year, according to a report by Vanessa Bass, interim human resources director, at the Nov. 6 school boa…

GRASONVILLE — On Wednesday, Nov. 20, parents of Grasonville Elementary kindergartners came in to work with small groups of students to prepare Thanksgiving treats. Students practiced measuring ingredients, cracking eggs, and mixing up yummy recipes.

CENTREVILLE — Senior Julia Jackson is the Queen Anne’s County Public Schools Performing Arts Teen of the Week for her outstanding contributions to the Lions Band Program. She has been an active with the band program for the past four years as a member of the Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Mar…

STEVENSVILLE — Senior Connor Wackowski is Queen Anne’s County Public Schools’ Visual and Performing Arts Teen of the Week at Kent Island High School. Kim Mogensen, the school’s director of bands, selected Connor for this spotlight because of his tremendous dedication to the KIHS instrumental…

CENTREVILLE — Do you know a Queen Anne’s County Public Schools teacher who really makes an impact on you or your child? Is there a teacher who goes above and beyond in the classroom; one who has found innovative, novel ways to make school worthwhile and learning fun?

CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Special Education Citizen Advisory Committee will meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Board of Education building on Chesterfield Avenue. Topics will focus on improving special education programs, resources and services.