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PAES Fall Paint Night

Click here to view pictures of the Fall Paint Night event. Families painted ceiling tiles to be hung in the front lobby. This event was a fundraiser for our United Way Cam,paign.
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Pictures of United Way Fundraising Events at PAES

United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore is a local, independent, non-profit organization established in 1944. For over 70 years, our United Way has focused on improving the lives of our neighbors in need in Wicomico, Worcester, Somerset, and Dorchester Counties. The organization, which is the largest non-governmental source of funding for area nonprofit agencies, provides support for 80 different local programs with a special focus on Education, Financial Stability and Health. In the last year, United Way has impacted the lives of over 82,000 people on the Lower Shore by investing over $1.4 million in programs serving the Lower Eastern Shore. See our 2018 Impact Report for more information.
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Mobile Science Lab at PAES

The Maryland Agricultural Education Foundation Mobile Science Lab came to visit PAES. As an extension of their science classes, students participated in a variety of hands on experiments.
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Every School Day Counts Because Attendance Matters!

Will your child earn perfect attendance this month? What a great goal to strive for! When students are not in school they miss out on important and valuable instruction and peer interactions. This year we are monitoring all student attendance including, excused and unexcused absences, tardies, and early dismissals. If your child had a doctor's appointment, please get a note to excuse his/her absence, tardy or early dismissal and send it in with your child.
Each month we will recognize students with perfect attendance. In the months of September and October we will not count tardies or early dismissals against students. Starting in November, only students that attend school everyday and have no unexcused tardies or early dismissals will be eligible for "perfect attendance."
Students that miss 10% of the days they are enrolled in school will be considered "Chronically absent" in the eyes of the state of Maryland.
Every Day Counts!
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