Address: 700 Glasgow Street
Cambridge, MD 21613
Phone: (410) 228-4747 Fax: (410) 2281847 Website:



Dorchester County Public Schools/Board of Education

700 Glasgow Street

PO Box 619

Cambridge, MD 21613

Phone: 410-228-4747

Fax: 410-228-1847

Dorchester County, Maryland, with a population of 29,300, is the Eastern Shore's largest county with 593 square miles of land and 108 square miles of water. While the county is home to more than 750 businesses, it is also rich in recreational facilities and natural resources. The Dorchester County Public School system provides the educational foundation for the county's children.  There are 12 schools: two high schools, a career and technology center, two middle schools, six elementary schools and a kindergarten through 8th grade school.  There are approximately 5000 students in the school district.


Dorchester County Infants & Toddlers Program

Donna Greenleaf, Director – Infants and Toddlers

Special Education Coordinator

700 Glasgow Street P.O. Box 619

Cambridge MD 21613

Phone: 410-221111 Ext. 1021

Dorchester County Special Education

Angela McPeake Gebert – Supervisor of Special Education

Phone: 410-221-1111 ext. 1022

The Dorchester County Public School System assures that all students with disabilities will have available free appropriate public education programs and services.  These programs shall be provided in the most appropriate, least restrictive environment based on the needs of the student.  The Special Education Department works within a collaborative framework where schools and families work together for the benefit of all students.  A range of services designed to meet individual student needs are provided to eligible children and youth from birth until age 21

Sandy Hill Elementary School

1503 Glasgow Road

Cambridge, MD 21613

Phone: 410-228-7978

Fax: (410) 228-8738

Sandy Hill Elementary has a partnership with the Judy Center, a preschool center serving three to five year old children, as well as providing a parenting component for parents of children from birth to three. 


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