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  • Weekly Message 5-9

    This past Friday night brought the start of spring sports. Just think this was the first group to miss out on their session at the end of last year. I am so glad they are to have a season. As we continue to look for ways to accommodate families who may not feel comfortable to attend the games in person spring sports will be live streamed on the JMB sports page. Good luck to all our spring sports teams. Our students and staff did

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  • Weekly Message 5-2

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. Please go to https://intent.wcboe.org/ to complete the intent for next year. You will need to sign in with the student’s email (ending in @students.wcboe.org) and the password for that email account. If there are multiple students in your family, please sign in separately for each one. Parents and guardians who are also

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  • Parent Message 4-25

    During this time of year, we really start our planning for 2021-2022 school year with scheduling, SGA and Class officer elections which will run next week, and now the Statement of Intent for next school year that is needed by April 30th. In September, Wicomico Schools plans to welcome back to the classroom almost all students for in-person instruction five days a week. An all-virtual option with basic core classes will

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  • Statement of Intent for 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

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  • Parent Message 4-18

    We are cruising right along with just a little over 40 days of school left. This last term is extremely important as you earn those final credits to be promoted to the next grade level and in order to avoid repeating classes. Attendance impacts grades so be sure to attend school every day. Did your student take Algebra 1 and/or English 10 this school year, either

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