Mt. Hebron High School students Aditya and Wyatt had a string of victories at the International Economics Olympiad, held in July in St. Petersburg, Russia. Aditya took home a Gold Medal for his overall performance, while Wyatt won both Best in Economics and an overall Bronze Medal.
The first day of school is fast approaching! Here’s what you need to know for the school year, including back to school nights, bus schedules, school supply lists, emergency notifications and much more.
HCPSS is in the midst of a systemwide school boundary review process, which could potentially impact any or all of our 74 comprehensive schools for the 2020-2021 school year. The Superintendent on August 22 presented his recommendations to the Board of Education for its consideration. The Board is scheduled to vote on November 21.
All student drivers and a parent/guardian must attend to a safe driving program each year in order to get a parking permit. Students may attend a presentation at any location.
HCPSS and Comcast will develop communications strategies to inform and connect students and their families with supports and opportunities offered by HCPSS and the community.
Three Glenelg High School/Agriculture and Natural Resources Academy students presented their findings on “Feeding the World in 2050” to a public audience this summer at the Maryland Science Center, as part of the Center’s Lunchtime Lecture series. The students discussed advancing agricultural technologies and practices to feed a growing population.
Human Resources and Professional Development, and School Management and Instructional Leadership staff members were honored for creating and hosting HCPSS’ first Teachers of Color recruitment event. The program was part of a larger effort to diversify HCPSS’ workforce, which includes an emphasis on open contracts, “grow your own” programs, competitive salaries and more.