Welcome to Pocomoke Middle School!

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Pocomoke Middle, a proud Maryland public school, is located in the southernmost town on Maryland's Eastern Shore in Worcester County. In grades 4-8, Pocomoke Middle is committed to providing a safe learning environment where staff members, students, parents, and community partners nurture the development of responsible, thoughtful citizens in an increasingly interdependent global society. 

The instruction at Pocomoke Middle is one of an engaging, collaborative, student-centered learning community that embraces diversity and works to strengthen students’ academic, emotional and social skills. We believe in each child having access to a challenging, comprehensive curriculum focused on interdisciplinary approaches and problem-based coursework that emphasizes critical thinking skills is paramount to developing successful students. We work to develop life-long learners who solve global problems in creative and innovative manners, not merely students who answer questions. 

The staff’s efforts to work with each child as an individual allows for the sustainability and productivity of Pocomoke Middle students at its highest level. Within our whole child approach, staff support and reinforce the health and well-being of each student.


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Families, as we head into the holiday season, I wanted to send a friendly reminder that Maryland’s Out of State Travel Advisory that was issued in July remains in effect. Any student(s) traveling for personal reasons to a state (other than their state of residence, Virginia, and the District of Columbia) with a COVID-19 positivity rate above 10% must be tested for COVID-19 within 72 hours of their return. 

While waiting for the test results, the student(s) should self-quarantine and contact your school to participate in distance learning during that time.

Please visit https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/ (COVID-19 Tests Performed by State - Commercial and Reference, Public Health, and Hospital) to view the latest state data as you make decisions regarding your travel plans.

Worcester County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: 
Supervisor of Human Resources
Worcester County Board of Education
6270 Worcester Highway
Newark, MD 21841
(410) 632-5000