Future Basketball Stars

Lead teacher, Ms. Jill, and Teacher Assistant, Ms. Mandy, are two of our veteran staff who work in the High Road program at Denton Elementary School. Some of the many benefits of being veteran staff is having the opportunity to see former students progress to higher grade levels and become involved in school activities that are not available in elementary schools such school organizations, clubs, and sports. Two of Ms. Jill and Ms. Mandy’s former DES students are Isaiah (8th grade) and Trenten (6th grade) who are both part of the LMS Wildcats Basketball team this year. Ms. Jill [...]

2019-01-20T22:28:27+00:00January 8th, 2019|

Student Leadership

It is important to note each school year that the holiday season and winter break transition period can often bring out a range of emotions and feelings with students. In preparation before the winter break, several holiday and seasonal tasks were built into academics and group activities across our programs. On the day before winter break (12/21/18) students at LMS engaged in a holiday BINGO activity where students worked on a variety of skills together. After the first BINGO round with staff leading the game, students interested in practicing leadership skills were given the opportunity lead a round of [...]

2019-01-20T22:24:00+00:00January 8th, 2019|

Project Sharing

Our programs encourage and support all academics and activities that our students are involved in. In some cases, students that complete classes outside of the High Road classroom settings (ie. General education, home and hospital, reading intervention, etc.) often enjoy sharing their completed work and accomplishments with High Road staff and students when they’re in the classroom. At the start of January, Nathan; 9th grade student in High Road at North Caroline High, shared a project that he recently completed outside our classroom in his Health course. During his break from English class, Nathan utilized the classroom touch board [...]

2019-01-20T22:19:44+00:00January 7th, 2019|

Holiday High Road Stockings

Students in the High Road programs in Caroline County (DES, LMS, and NCHS) were involved in hands on decorating for this holiday season! All students were given a stocking and decorating supplies and were encouraged to personalize their own holiday stocking. Students enjoyed this fun activity and our programs looked fabulous for the holiday season! Visit our website to learn more about High Road School

2019-01-04T21:45:04+00:00December 18th, 2018|

Winter Wonderland

High Road at Denton Elementary School would like to acknowledge a staff spotlight for the Winter season. Ms. Mandy, High Road Teacher Assistant is one of our veteran Teacher Assistants on the Eastern Shore. Ms. Mandy is an amazing contributor to the team; she is hard working, dedicated, and dependable. Over the years, Ms. Mandy’s artistic and crafty prowess has provided the opportunity for our students to engage in countless unique craft activities, art projects, classroom decorations, creative games, and so much more! This season, Ms. Mandy created a Winter Wonderland for our classroom. Creativity in the visual appearance [...]

2019-01-04T21:37:05+00:00December 18th, 2018|

Lockerman Wildcats Basketball

Following a successful ending to students’ football season and the beginning of basketball season, our High Road team at Lockerman Middle School has some exciting news to share! This basketball season, three of our six High Road students; Isaiah (8th grade), Ma’lik (8th grade), and Trenten (6th grade) all joined the LMS Basketball team! We are thankful for Caroline County YMCA for sponsoring and partnering with LMS and helping provide middle school students the opportunity to be a part of a basketball team. Furthermore, for helping kick-start this team, we would like to give a special shout out to [...]

2019-01-04T21:48:44+00:00December 11th, 2018|

50 Days On Blue Celebrations

Three of our High Road students at Denton Elementary School earned 50 days on blue level in November! Earning 50 days on blue is a huge accomplishment and we are beyond proud to have multiple students reach this milestone of success all in the same month! Our first student to reach 50 days on blue was Jayden (2nd grade) who earned day 50 on 11/19/18. On 11/20, Nathan (2nd grade) reached his day 50 blue and shortly after on 11/26, Anthony (3rd grade) reached his day 50 blue as well! Our class was very proud and excited to be [...]

2019-01-04T21:41:33+00:00November 26th, 2018|

North Caroline High School (NCHS) cornuCOPEia

To celebrate the start of November, a classroom banner display was created by students in High Road at North Caroline High School. Students learned the definition of “cornucopia”; an abundant supply of good things. Ms. Ileana, High Road Social Worker, introduced a “cornuCOPEia” concept; an abundant supply of good coping tools. Ms. Ileana and students discussed the abundant supply of good coping tools available to us to help us manage stressors. Students participated in hands-on activity where they created a classroom banner to display the “cornuCOPEia” concept. Students collaborated to paint and put together paper corn with husks with [...]

2018-11-27T16:12:05+00:00November 12th, 2018|

Lockerman Middle School Student of the Week

In the High Road classroom at Lockerman Middle School, a “Student of the Week” is recognized and announced at the end of each school week. The “Student of the Week” is honored with earning a certificate, a “Free Rotation Pass”, and their name remains displayed the following week on the “Student of the Week” classroom bulletin board. On November 9th’s Fun Friday, the “Student of the Week” was awarded to Xavier! Xavier is a 6th grader who displayed improvements in self-control and ignoring negative peer behaviors. This was Xavier’s first time this school year taking the “Student of the [...]

2018-11-27T12:00:05+00:00November 12th, 2018|

Staff Highlight Jill Fitzpatrick – Oct. 2018

Caroline County October 2018 Staff Spotlight Jill Fitzpatrick ~ Lead Teacher When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I knew when I was in 2nd grade that I wanted to be a teacher.  My father was in education and I wanted to follow in his footsteps How long have you been a teacher? I am in my 28th year of teaching What’s the best thing about being a teacher? I enjoy my job immensely.  I love teaching students with disabilities and seeing them experience success in school. What is your [...]

2018-11-28T15:06:36+00:00October 31st, 2018|