Abisola Ayoola, a student at Wilde Lake High School, was elected Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB) for the 2022-2023 school year. She will be sworn in this summer.
Information on staying connected throughout the summer is online, including free meals, technology devices, summer learning, and more.
HCPSS Free Summer Meal Service, June 27-August 12, 2022
Please note, there will be no meal service July 4 or 19. Select a link below for details.
Archived videos of graduation ceremonies are available on the HCPSS website, and will remain available for the foreseeable future on the HCPSS YouTube channel. Additionally, photos from each ceremony are available for viewing and free download via the HCPSS Flickr.
In January, the Board of Education directed that HCPSS initiate the boundary review process outlined in Board Policy 6010 School Attendance Areas. This review will include boundary modifications to establish an attendance area for New High School #13.
There is NO CHANGE for the 2022-2023 school year.
A renewed partnership between HCPSS and Luminus will ensure that immigrant and first-generation students and their families have the information and resources needed for academic success by working to increase families’ understanding of the American educational system, how to be actively involved in their child’s school and academics, and preparing for college.
HCPSS was selected as one of two local school systems to participate in the Maryland State Personnel Development Grant through the Maryland State Department of Education.
HCPSS is proud to announce its 2022 awardees. Principal of the Year: Dr. Jeffrey Fink, Oakland Mills High School; Teachers of the Year: Jorden Lim, Long Reach High School and Jessica Palad, Pointers Run Elementary School