Stevensville Middle School

Where Learning Is Our Treasure

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    The Queen Anne's County Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, disability, or age in its employment or educational programs and activities. The District is required by Title IX not to discriminate in such a manner. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: 

    For Student, Parent and Community Concerns: Brad Engel, Supervisor of Student Support Services,, 410-758-2403
    For Employment Related Concerns: Mark Farley, Director of Human Resources,, 410-758-2403

    Queen Anne’s County Public Schools
    202 Chesterfield Ave.
    Centreville, Md. 21617

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    STMS Information


    Thank you for working with us to make this year successful. We appreciate the effort of students and parents. Have a great summer!

    NJHS Virtual Induction Ceremony:


    Congrats to all the inductees!

    Band Recital: 


    8th Grade Advancement: 


    6th and 7th Grade Information:

    Chromebook (****and charger!!!) Collection – After you read the “Summer Academic Options” below, you may make a decision on when to return your Chromebook. (Contact us anytime to schedule a drop off if the Chromebook is damaged and in need of repair while a loaner computer will be provided if available.)

    • Option 1: Return between 7:00am and 6:00pm on Monday June 15th if there is a personal device at home that your child can use during the summer to access the digital programs, or your child is not participating in summer instructional programs.  
    • Option 2: If you want to keep the Chromebook for use in the Summer Academic Options, you may return it on Thursday, August 6th to the front office at STMS, or keep it until next school year!


    Summer Academic Options 

    Beginning in July, Queen Anne’s County Public Schools will be offering two remote instructional learning summer programs for all students in grades 6-8. The first program, Exact Path is designed to help bridge the learning gap that may have occurred during the COVID-19 school closure period. Every student in grades 6-8 will have access to the online instructional program. The program focuses on the areas of reading, language arts, and mathematics and is individualized to meet the specific needs of each student. Exact Path is an online program that requires the use of a computer. For more information, please review the following link to Exact Path in English or the following link to Exact Path in Spanish.

    For students who did not engage in the continuity of learning plans designed by their classroom teacher(s) during the pandemic, they will be assigned a classroom teacher over the summer to provide assistance and support on Exact Path. More information will be forthcoming regarding how to access the program and receive targeted support and teacher assistance as needed. Specific details will be sent out to those students who need to participate.

    The second program, Courseware is also available for all students in grades 6-8 and allows each student to access online, content-specific curricular units in English/Language Arts, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Spanish. These units are designed to reinforce specific content covered during the school closure period. More information will be forthcoming regarding how to access this program. 

    For access to these programs, students will be allowed to keep his or her county-issued Chromebook at home for the summer.  However, we do understand that there are reasons to return Chromebooks to school.

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