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    125 Ruthsburg Road
    Centreville, Maryland 21617
     Phone-410-758-0500
    Fax-410-758-4454 
     

    Mrs. Amy Hudock
    Principal
      Mrs. Tracy Kenna 
     Academic Dean
    Mr. Jon Marketto
    Assistant Principal
     Mrs. Cassandra Cornish
     Assistant Principal 
     
    Queen Anne’s County High School Mission Statement
     
    The mission of Queen Anne’s County High School, in partnership with 
     
    family and community, is to ensure that all students receive challenging academic, 
     
    vocational, and cultural experiences; develop critical and creative reasoning skills; 
     
    and score proficiently on local, state, and national assessments. Queen Anne’s 
     
    County High School is committed to providing innovative and diverse programs of 
     
    study that emphasize the safety, dignity, and value of each person enabling them to 
     
    become productive, responsible citizens in a rapidly changing globally competitive society. 
     
     
    Vision
     
    A graduate of Queen Anne’s County High School will be well-educated, globally 
     
    competitive and prepared to become a caring, productive citizen of the 21st century.
     
     
    Beliefs
     
    Students have the right to a safe, respectful, and caring environment
     
    Students learn at different rates and in different ways
     
    Education develops the whole person –intellectually, emotionally,
     
    socially, spiritually, and physically
     
    Interaction with individuals of diverse backgrounds and cultures teaches tolerance, 
     
    acceptance and appreciation of others
     
     The learning process is the shared responsibility of the students, family, community and 
     
    Academic Rigor builds career and critical thinking skills.
     
     
    Profile of Graduates
     
    The graduate of Queen Anne’s County High School will:
     
    • Have developed interests, skills, and competency to enter or pursue their chosen 
     
    • Be prepared to enter and be successful in higher level academic, technical or visual 
     
    and performing arts institutions
     
    • Be creative problem solvers and decision makers
     
    • Exhibit effective communication and life skills
     
    • Be productive and contributing citizens in a diverse and rapidly-changing world
     
    • Demonstrate a responsible work ethic
     
    • Be creative and critical readers, thinkers, writers, and communicators who are 
     
    technologically competent
     
    • Demonstrate good character and self-respect
     
     
    STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
     
    Objective #1: Academic Achievement
     
    By June, the students of Queen Anne’s County High School will demonstrate high levels of academic achievement. 
     
    The achievement of groups based on race, gender, socio-economic, and special education identification status will vary no 
     
    more than 10 percentage points from the highest performing group. Measures of high academic achievement are:
     
    A. Maryland State Assessments
     
    B. SAT/ ACT scores
     
    D. Diploma data
     
    Objective #2: Interest and Motivation
     
    By June, the students of Queen Anne’s County High School will demonstrate a higher level of interest and 
     
    engagement in learning as demonstrated by a decrease in the number of students referred for disciplinary action resulting 
     
    in suspension and/or expulsion.
     
    A. By 2014, the percentage of all students referred for disciplinary action 10 or more times in one school year will not 
     
    B. By 2013-14, the percentage of all students unlawfully absent from school 12 or more times as measured by the 
     
    C. By 2013-14, the percentage of students dropping out of school will not exceed 3.00 as defined by MSDE in 
     
    exceed 4.00% in any sub-group
     
    Queen Anne’s County Public Schools Attendance Policy will not exceed 5% in any demographic.
     
    compliance with No Child Left Behind.
     
    Objective #3: Communication and Welcoming Environment (Non-AFG Goal)
     
    A. By 2013-2014, 90% of parents, students, and staff responding to an annual survey will indicate that the school 
     
    B. 90% of students, parents, and faculty responding to an annual climate survey report that the school is safe.
     
    C. By 2013-2014, the number of community/academic/business partnerships and volunteer programs directly supporting 
     
    communicates effectively.
     
    academic achievement will increase by 10%.