School Information

Kathy Swire

Facility Opened: 1971
Additions/Renovations: 1993

School Capacity: 458
(Does not include portable classrooms)

2018-2019 School Year State-Reported Student Data
(based on September 30 enrollment)

Total Enrollment: 385

Race/Ethnicity (%):
American Indian/Alaskan Native: *
Asian: *
Black/African American: 2.10%
Hispanic/Latino: 5.70%
Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:
White: 88.30%
2+ Races: 3.10%

Students Receiving Special Services (%):
Free/Reduced Price Meals: 6.50%
English Language Learners: *
Special Education: 9.10%
Title I:

'*' indicates no students or fewer than 10 students in category, or '*' indicates the percentage for the category is either ≤5 or ≥95 and the corresponding counts have been suppressed by MSDE.

Additional Data Reporting Sources:

2017 Maryland School Performance Data provides a summary of state-reported school performance data. Due to lagged data reporting, the report may include performance data for the prior school year.

The Maryland Report Card provides information on enrollment, demographics, attendance, state assessments, and other supporting data based on school level.

MYERSVILLE ELEMENTARY is atop the western ridge of the Catoctin Mountains, at the end of Main Street in a small-town community just off Interstate 70. As our staff, students and friends enter the building, they are treated to what some say is "the best view in Frederick County."

Inside, visitors find a dedicated staff, most with an average of 20 years of experience, to educate and support our students. The teachers, support staff, students and parents work to achieve the Myersville Elementary mission: "Learning to be the best we can be." During the school year as a part of our quarterly achievement celebrations, we recognize students for good attendance, academic accomplishments and for demonstrating the six "Character Counts!" pillars: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.

Our school radiates warmth and pride because of its dedicated, welcoming staff, strong community support, active parental involvement and eager-to-learn students -- always "learning to be the best we can be" here on the western edge of Frederick County.

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