Stevensville Middle School

Where Learning Is Our Treasure

  • Notice of Non-Discrimination: 

    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, brad.engel@qacps.org, 410-758-2403
    For Employment Related Concerns: Mark Farley, Director of Human Resources, mark.farley@qacps.org, 410-758-2403

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

    Title IX Information

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    STMS Information

    Dance Information: 

    Winter Wonderland dance with professional DJ, photo booth and Dominos Pizza

    January 10th 6-8pm

    STMS students only in Cafeteria

    $5 entry per person

    $2 slice of pizza, $1 bag od chips, $1 bottled water or $3 for a meal bundle with all 3


    No School this month on:

    January 20th- Martin Luther King Jr Day Observed

    January 28th and 29th- Professional Development Days for Staff


    PFY Basketball Games:

    Both Girls and Boys Teams against SMS

    January 13th 

    6pm

    QACHS

    Please come out and support our teams!


    History Expo Night and Geography Bee:

    January 23rd 6-8pm

    Projects will be on display. The Geography Bee will take place at 7pm. 


    PTSA has been very busy planning events for the fall.

    Please see the calendar link in headlines. Contact info: STMSpirate.ptsa@gmail.com

    Facebook page: Stevensville Middle School PTSA 


    Yearbook News: 

    Please see jostens.com to order a yearbook. 


    Math Academy Dates: 

    January 11th & 25th

    Math Academy is a two-hour opportunity for students to get help with the current topics in their mathematics class. Students get dropped off on the Duke Street side of the building on Saturday mornings from 9-11 am. Students bring their notebooks, Chromebooks and any assignments they need help with. This time is designed to be an open help time, with no specific curriculum or lesson plan prepared.

    Contact Laura Harding if you have any questions


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