Final Exams and Student Obligations
If you still need to take a final exam, please call Mrs. Littlejohn at 410-313-5568 to schedule a time to come in and complete your exam. If you have an outstanding obligation, please return your book(s) as soon as possible. Any student with an obligation will have his or her course schedule withheld in August. MRHS will mail student schedules along with a welcome back letter to home addresses on August 17.
Students who participated in the PARCC assessments for grades 3–8, English 10, Algebra I, and Algebra II in the 2016–2017 school year will receive paper home reports during the second week of school. The reports will be distributed to your child at school to hand carry home.
Digital Access to Test Results
Parents and guardians don’t have to wait for the paper home reports. Digital access to PARCC and other standardized test scores is available now online. To view a running record of your child’s raw standardized assessment scores:
Next Meeting: Wednesday, August 9 at 7:00 p.m. in the first floor staff lounge.
Howard County Fair continues thru Saturday, August 12th. Please stop by the Oreo Booth to show your support! More Fair information is available by clicking here.
Want to get started on supporting MRHS for the upcoming school year…
It’s now time to register your Harris Teeter grocery rewards card to support MRHS PTSA this upcoming school year! With the HT Together in Education program donations are made to our PTSA each time you shop, no cost to you - just link your card ASAP in any of these ways:
Remember EACH YEAR YOU NEED TO RE-ENROLL YOUR CARD with Harris Teeter.
MRHS PTSA also has an Amazon Smile account to support our school!
Use the link: https://smile.amazon.
Thanks for supporting our school with these easy way!
Please visit the Community News and Programs page on the HCPSS website for announcements of upcoming events and programs sponsored by non-profit organizations.
YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL This new council is designed to provide Howard County youth residents in 8th-12th grade with a safe and engaging environment to interact with local law enforcement. The purpose for this group is to advise HCPD about youth related issues within the community. Student members will meet monthly with members of HCPD. Students will receive community service hours and gain experience in life skills such a leadership and social skills. Application may be downloaded from www.hcpd.org (under Youth Programs) or through your School Resource Officer.
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