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  • School Picture Day, Jamestown Elementary School PTA, Arlington, 23 February  2021

     Monday, May 10th! 

    👉How to order:
    Parents/Guardians can order online at prior to picture day, using the Picture Day ID of:  EVTC6C2P3
    👉How to be photographed:
    In-person students will be photographed during the school day.
    Virtual students can sign-up for a time slot from 4:15-5:00 to be photographed. A Staff Member will greet you at the Bus Loop to direct your child through the doors to the Media Center for their picture. To sign-up, click here:

    Picture Day


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  • Important AnnouncementStatement of Intent

    2021-2022 School Year


    Good evening, Wicomico school families. This is Chief Academic Officer Rick Briggs with an update on plans for next school year, and a link for parents and guardians to provide us with a Statement of Intent for the instructional plan for each student in their family.

    During this school year, some students have been hybrid with both in-person and virtual learning, while other students have been all virtual. Almost all teachers have had the challenge of teaching students in the room and online at the same time. It has been a necessary arrangement but a difficult one, and it will not continue. We anticipate that with the continuation of recommended health and safety precautions in our schools and community, next school year will feel very much like a traditional school year. Our classrooms will no longer have students in person and virtual at the same time.

    Face-to-face instruction in the classroom is the best possible model for students to learn and achieve, and we are pleased to share that In September, Wicomico Schools plan to welcome back to the classroom almost all of our close to 15,000 students with in-person instruction five days a week. The full array of classes – including Advanced Placement, special subjects, and specialty programs such as Career & Technical Education, Visual and Performing Arts, JROTC, elementary and middle school TAD, NexGen STEM Academy and elementary band and strings – will only be provided as part of in-person instruction.

    While we anticipate almost every student returning to in-person instruction for next school year, we recognize that some students and families may have unique concerns that could lead to a preference for an all-virtual option. While Wicomico Schools will provide a virtual option to help address any unique concerns, students and families should understand that it will be a basic, core academic program that will likely not include the full menu of classes, including those listed for in-person instruction. 

    Students will be eligible for dual enrollment and extracurricular activities, including athletics, regardless of whether the student attends in person or virtually.

    To allow for necessary planning, Wicomico Schools need to hear from parents and guardians about the preferred instructional model for each student for next school year. We will ask for those responses in a two-step process, starting with a nonbinding Statement of Intent for 2021-2022 School Year by April 30th. Then, within a month or two (after the sharing of additional information), parents and guardians will complete a binding Commitment to Education Plan for 2021-2022 School Year.

    Thank you in advance for taking care of this important task. 

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    Mental Health Community Day

    Upcoming Mental Health Awareness

    Spirit Days! 

    Mental Health Spirit Week


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    Earth Hour

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  • Virtual Summer Engagement Expo

    Are you looking for engaging, fun or perhaps educational activities for your student to be involved in this summer? Below, we have included links for the Virtual Summer Engagement Expo, with websites, contact information, registration information and brief descriptions for camps and programs that will be offered by Wicomico County Public Schools and organizations in our community. There is information about summer camps and programs for all ages.  Some organizations are in the process of finalizing their plans, so we will update their information in the Virtual Summer Engagement Expo when we receive it. Good luck as you plan a fun-filled, engaging summer for your student! 

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  • WCPS Elementary Summer Academies!

    Is your child exiting Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade? Are you looking for a summer program? If so, you may be interested in the WCPS Elementary Summer Academies!

    Register by clicking on one of the links below:

    Summer Academy

    Learn more about the WCPS Elementary Summer Academies:
    Wicomico County Public Schools will be hosting Elementary Summer Academies for exiting k - 4th grade students from June 28th – July 29th, Monday – Thursday, from 8:00 AM – 1:30 PM. Summer Academies will address the learning loss due to COVID-19 and prepare students academically for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. Students will participate in hands-on math manipulatives, Read Alouds and literacy projects, social and emotional learning, hands-on STEM activities, and enrichment experiences such as yoga, dance, art, music, and teambuilding challenges.
    The Elementary Summer Academy is free and on a first come first serve basis. Once you have successfully registered, someone will be in contact with you to confirm your enrollment. Please note that transportation will also be first come first serve and all CDC regulations will be abided by to ensure student and staff safety.
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    Show some school spirit!




    Friday Fun Days

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    ✨🌟⭐We have good news to share with you as we celebrate that Mrs. Anna Krider, grade five special education teacher, is Fruitland Intermediate School’s Teacher of the Year representative! Mrs. Krider is a veteran teacher who manages her students’ instruction very well, yet is a teacher to all. She supports her colleagues as a co-teacher as she plans, implements and reviews learning experiences with her team. She is a leader to whom we turn as we support our community and school family as we identify and respond to students’ and staff members’ needs. Please congratulate her for representing the excellence that all demonstrate here at FIS! ✨🌟⭐


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  • Important Announcement


    🤝Renew your Fruitland Schools PTA Membership!!

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  • Viewing Mid-Term

    Progress Reports in

    Family Portal





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    We are pleased to share that this Wednesday (10/7), each student’s mid-term progress report will be available to view and download from the Family Portal. Please utilize this mid-term progress report to look for reasons to celebrate as well as opportunities for improvement that can occur before the end of the grading period. For both progress reports and report cards, you will no longer receive paper reports but will access and download these reports from the Family Portal. 
    See the pictures above for downloading reports (progress reports and report cards) from the Family Portal.
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  • FIS School Counselor Website

    School Counseling

    Select the picture to check out the many resources for students and families on our new School Counselor website.

    A permanent link is also located on our For Parent page. 


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  •  Destiny At Home Resources



    Our FIS Media Center Destiny home page has lots of at home resources.  Check out the many links to help engage your child in learning experiences at home.  

    Select the Catalog tab, then Destiny Discover and log in with student computer login to access our database of over 100 ebooks.


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Upcoming Letter Day