The Garrett County Board of Education voted on January 12, 2021, to accept the Superintendent’s recommendation to remain in the “red model” in which students are learning virtually. Students will begin transitioning back to in-person learning when the Garrett County metrics are at 5% or less positivity rate and 15 or less per 100,000 for 14 consecutive days.

Anyone with a question or concern may contact, and you will receive a response.

There have been 1,728 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Garrett County. Current metrics from the Garrett County Health Department are: 7-Day Positivity Percentage: 14.9%; 7-Day Case Rate Per 100,000: 46.3.

Please continue to check our website and the GCPS Coronavirus Updates page for more information.

Broad Ford

Elementary School

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Home Of The Bobcats
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Academic and Behavior Intervention and Special Education

Amy Flanigan, Academic Intervention

Dr. Suzanne Wilburn, Academic Intervention

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Corrine Clark, Behavior Coach

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Miss Corrine Clark is the behavior coach at Broad Ford Elementary. This is her twelfth year in Garrett County and her 31st year of teaching. She previously taught in Preston County for 19 years and was the Preston County Teacher of the Year in 2006 -2007. Miss Clark has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Education from Fairmont State University and a Master’s Degree and Certifications in special education from West Virginia University and California University of Pennsylvania. Miss Clark is married to Chris Missimer. They have a blended family for four children: Jocelynn and Matthew, Jenna, Mikhaila, and Peyton. Corrine and Chris attend Cross Roads Church, enjoy spending time with their family, and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their first granddaughter, Landry Blake, who will arrive in December 2019!

Michele Snyder, Speech Therapist

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Kelly Dillon Special Ed Teacher

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Yes, it's true! Mrs. Davis is in her 28th year with students. She attended WVU to become an elementary and special education teacher and shortly after her heart ended up in school counseling. She lives on a small farm in West Virginia with her husband, two sons, three dogs, cows and chickens. When she's not at school she enjoys naps, nature, reading and journal writing. Most of all she cherishes time with her loved ones and is especially thankful for her Bobcat family!

Stacey Rogers Special Ed Teacher


Bethany Frieri Special Ed Teacher