Worcester County Board of Education information provided by: the Worcester County Core Service Agency

Dropout Recovery Program Diane Stulz: 410-632-5012 Re-engage students with a goal of earning a high school diploma. Elementary Summer Schools Richard Walker: 410-632-5025 A 4-week summer program for underachieving students entering grades 1, 2 & 3, which provides opportunities for academic improvement in reading and mathematics. Home and Hospital Program Fred Grant: 410-632-5079 Students who are unable to attend school due to a physical or mental health issue may be eligible for up to 60 of educational service at home. MESA Roger Pacela: 410-957-2171 (MESA) focuses on encouraging African American students and females to investigate science, mathematics and engineering studies and careers. Peer Mediation/Peer Support Fred Grant: 410-632-5079 Peer mentors have been trained to assist middle and high school students deal with conflict, adjust to new school situations and work on academic achievement. PILLAR Center Chris Welch: 410-632-1155 Early childhood Educational outreach provides family/caregiver outreach for preschool children in their homes as well as in licensed daycare centers. Pre-kindergarten Program Eloise Henry-Gordy: 410-632-5069 Worcester County has ½ day pre-kindergarten classes. Project Intervene Roger Pacela: 410-957-2171 In the Pocomoke Area, Project Intervene emphasizes reducing the academic achievement gap between African American and white students. Project Outreach John Gaddis: 410-641-0454 In the Berlin area, Project Outreach emphasizes reducing the academic achievement gap between African American and white students. School Community Centers Fred Smith: 410-632-5095 Provides programs to elementary and middle school students after school and during the summer. Skills, Experiences and Attitudes for Success (SEAS) Worthy Gram: 410-632-5030 Provides mentoring, academic assistance, study and life skills and career exploration year round for youth ages 14 - 21. Summer employment. Student Mentoring Mark Record: 410-632-1658 Cedar Chapel Special School provides a mentoring program called Best Buddies where children with disabilities are paired with non-disabled middle and high school students. Upward Bound Tyrone Mills: 410-957-1484 A 6-week summer and academic year pre-college program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore gives highest priority to 9th grade students who will remain active throughout high school. Young Men United Mark Record: 410-632-1658 Young Men United is a mentoring program targeting primarily African American males, but which is open to all males attending Snow Hill High School. Young Women United Peggy Stewart: 410-632-1658 Young Women United is a mentoring program targeting primarily African American females, but which is open to all females attending Snow Hill High School.
Record last updated: Feb 13 2017 1:17PM
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    Newark, MD 21841
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    Newark, MD 21841
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