Princess Anne Elementary School

News and Announcements

Students try out Mini Exercise Bikes!

Check out pictures of our new mini exercise bikes. The bikes have been provided through a grant from the Somerset County Health Department. First Grade Teacher Mrs. McLaughlin wrote the grant proposal. Congratulations and happy riding!
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PAES surpasses goal of $10,000....raises $13,437.46 for United Way!

It always feels good when you reach a goal that you set. This year Princess Anne Elementary School students and staff set a goal of raising $10,000 to support the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore. It is with great joy to announce our grand total for this year’s campaign was $13,437.46. A huge THANK YOU to all the students, families, and faculty members for contributing to the United Way. To celebrate reaching our goal, each grade level made "special" pies (including a taco pie with whipped cream & crab meat cheesecake pie) for Mrs. Monar & Mr. Klein to eat. In addition, students shaved Mr. Klein's moustache & beard and throw water balloons at Mrs. Monar. Students who raised $50 or more were given an opportunity to enter a Wildcat Cash money machine!
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Todd Family Memorial Carbon Monoxide Awareness Relay (click here for pictures)

The Relay was held in memory of the eight members of the Todd family who perished in their home due to Carbon Monoxide poisoning last year. Five of the seven children were students at Princess Anne Elementary: Ty'keria (5th grade), Ty'Nijuiza (4th grade), Ty'Niah (3rd grade), Zhi'Heem (1st grade) & Ty'Breyia (Kindergarten).
The walkathon was organized by Mrs.Toni Stewart-Brown & the 4th grade Team. Students visited Nationwide Insurance, the Somerset County 911 Center, The Police Dept., Fire Dept., and the PAE Gym to gather information on the danger of Carbon Monoxide. Students also visited the lot where the Todd home once stood - there students signed their names to a banner honoring the memory of the family.
The walkathon raised over $2000 through student & community donations. The funds raised will be used to purchase carbon monoxide detectors for the homes of students without them & to purchase a "buddy bench" for the playground. If a student is playing alone at recess they can sit on the buddy bench and other students will know they need a friend to play with.
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PAE Principal Receives Award!

Congratulations to Principal Cortney Monar, who was named Somerset County Coordinator of the Year by the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore. Mrs. Monar led the way as PAES raised a total of $4,843.57 for the United Way. Congratulations!
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