WELCOME TO FLINTSTONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - HOME OF THE SPARKSFlintstone School is a tremendous place to learn and play each day! We work each day to support all children in learning and in helping them become respectful, responsible citizens.
All families and community members are welcomed and encouraged to take an active role at the school by helping the children at school and at home as well as by attending the multitude of educational and recreational activities that are planned throughout the year. Let’s make this school a center of the community as well as a resource for your needs. Please let us know what we can do to help you to help your child throughout the year.
Best wishes for a great year!Sharon Morgan, Principal
Two new members have recently joined the Maryland State Board of Education. On July 1, Board Member Chuen-Chin Bianca Chang, MSN, PNP, RN-BC and Student Member Kevin Bokoum officially began their terms.
Maryland Career and Technical Education (CTE) students recently participated in technical skill competitions organized by SkillsUSA, a nonprofit organization for students in CTE programs.
Four ACPS Community School Coordinators had the opportunity to give a presentation to more than 100 educators from across the state at the recent 2021 Maryland Community Schools Summer Conference.
Mr. Mohammed Choudhury officially assumed the office of Maryland State Superintendent of Schools, responsible for leading the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and the State’s education policy through the implementation of the Blueprint for Education and emergence from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Allegany County Public School’s Center for Career and Technical Education is providing 10 P-TECH students to participate in IBM’s nationwide program that will host 1,000 paid P-TECH interns this summer, with the aim of helping students gain critical professional and technical skills.
ACPS Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Jeff Blank, has announced the appointment of two new principals and a new Supervisor of Social Studies, Professional Learning, Title IIA, and New Teachers for the upcoming school year.
The Allegany County Public School System is proud to announce that students in the graduating Class of 2021 have been accepted to 42 different colleges, universities, and technical schools across the country.
Our school serves students in Pre-K - Grade 5 with an enrollment of approximately 240 students. Each grade has 2 classrooms with the exception of Pre-K, which has a morning session only.
Flintstone School values active learning for all students through problem solving, technology infusion and engaging activities of choice. We instill self-confidence in our students by facilitating positive interactions between students, staff and community. Our staff and parents work collaboratively to encourage students to be respectful, responsible, safe and ready to listen and learn every day. We offer various parent involvement opportunities in an effort to strengthen our community connections. Together, our students will be college and career ready!
At Flintstone Elementary, we strive for all of our students and staff to be compassionate, enthusiastic, and successful life-long learners and for our communities to be involved and accepted as educational partners so our communities will continue to thrive.