Charlestown School Image
  • Charlestown Elementary has a long history that led up to our current building and student body. In the fall of 1959, the present Charlestown School was organized and opened as a six-room school. Since then, additional rooms were added on several occasions, and a room for Prekindergarten was completed in 1998. The school went through a complete renovation from 2002 - 2004, doubling the size of the original school.

    At the present time, Charlestown Elementary serves 265 students in Pre Kindergarten through Grade 5. We pride ourselves on getting to know each student well in order to serve their individual needs. Our dedicated staff, parents, PTA, and business partner provide a wonderful environment for learning.

    Katie Fortune

    Allyson Veasey
    Assistant Principal

  • Achievement Data

    MCAP Testing Results 2019
    Percent Proficient

    MD Report Card

  • Other Facts

    Charlestown Elementary has an activie business partnership with York Building/Maryland Materials. York's involvement has enabled the school to provide instructional materials and outdoor educational opportunities to our students and staff.

    The PTA at Charlestown is very active as well. Monthly events are planned to provide fun activities that build our school community. In addition, the funds that are raised are dedicated to areas such as the media center book circulation and technology-related equipment for our school. 

Charlestown School Dragon Image
  • At Charlestown, our students ROAR like dragons. They are Respectful, On Task, Always Safe, and Responsible.

  • Accomplishments

    • Maryland Green School
    • PBIS Gold, Silver & Bronze 2019 Awards
    • MD Comptroller Silver Hammer Award 2016
    • National Board Certified Staff Members.
    • Carson Scholar Nominees
    • Yearly All-County Chorus participants
    • Teacher of the Year nominees
    • Rain Garden, Meadow, and Outdoor Classroom

    Special Programs

    • Community outreach programs in the summer and throughout the year
    • Community Involvement events
    • Destination Imagination team
    • Multi-tiered System of Supports for Academics and Behavior
    • Parent Teacher Association Membership
    • Bookworms Reading Program
    • Marking Period and Schoolwide PBIS Celebrations
    • Spring/Winter Chorus, Band, Orchestra Concerts
    • Parent Education Events
    • Rubik's Cube Club and Lego Club
    • Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser
    • Oral Health Impact Project (OHIP); Dental care to prevent student absence and promote health care
    • Yearly vision screening with Lions Club for Pre K & Kindergarten students
    • Business partnership with York Building to support students and activities.
    • Life Skills instruction, grades 3-5
    • On site after school activities through Cecil County Parks & Recreation
    • Boys & Girls Club
    • Student Support Center to support Social-Emotional Health