at Sudlersville Elementary

Where Eagles Soar!

Our Vision

A graduate of Queen Anne’s County Public Schools will be well-educated, globally competitive and prepared to become a caring, productive citizen of the 21st century.

Our Mission

The mission of Sudlersville Elementary School is to educate and enlighten each of our students through an engaging curriculum and high expectations (for behavior and achievement) by dedicated teachers and staff with support of parents and the extended community.

Message from the Principal

We’re excited that a new school year is underway! We wish all of our Eagle students and families a successful and enriching school year. 

– Mrs. Michelle McNeil, Principal

School Leadership & Staff

SES is home to a dedicated team that loves seeing our students succeed! Please use the links below to access staff contact information and bios.

School Improvement Snapshot

A Snapshot for Parents

Goals for 2022-2023


Increase the number of students reading on or above grade level for all grade levels.

Increase the number of kindergarten students demonstrating readiness. Increase the number of

students scoring proficient or advanced on state assessments.


Increase the number of students meeting grade level standards in writing.


Increase the number of students scoring on or above on the iReady assessments.

Strengthen our focus on students that scored below target on the iReady assessment. Adopt

universal math academic language and word problem solving techniques to be implemented

schoolwide. Students will be provided MCAP type questions on a weekly basis and teachers will

provide immediate feedback for reteaching opportunities.


Implement conscious practices to decrease behavior concerns, implement Zones of

Regulation practices and provide PD on CICO.


Increase monthly attendance and decrease tardiness. Notify families of students

approaching absence benchmarks.

Special Ed./TSI

Implement strategies in reading and math that will decrease the gap of

special ed students not progressing on curriculum standards.


Increase the number of EL students in the scoring proficient or advanced levels of

language acquisition on WIDA. Increase explicit vocabulary instruction with the use of visuals.

School Initiatives and Professional Development

  • Continue building on the 10 modules of Conscious Discipline to include Zones of Regulation to help students work through their emotions and learn coping skills
  • CICO (Check in Check out) Review
  • Utilize Data Analysis with leadership and all grade level teams with an emphasis on aligning instruction with the standards
  • Increase teacher efficacy in EL, provide opportunities for families to participate and be engaged in student learning
  • Development of MCAP style and rigorous questions to include word problems
  • Collaboratively plan lessons that address the needs of students based on data
  • Number Talks Coaching
  • Text-based writing
  • MCAP aligned writing prompts
  • PD focused on closing the achievement gap of EL students
  • PD focused on student engagement through the use of the gradual release model of instruction and instruction alignment to standards
  • Continue to build phonics skills using programs like Fundations, S.P.I.R.E, etc., and professional development on the Science of Reading

School Improvement Plan

A detailed School Improvement Plan is available in PDF format.

Water Test Results

Water test results for all QACPS schools, including SES, may be found at the following link: