Today's Topics, 6/11/18

Mon, 06/11/2018 - 3:38pm

High School Final Exams

June 11-14

All students must take their final exams.  It is HCPSS policy to not give exams before the assigned date.  The daily bell schedule is available on the MRHS website.

Exam dates will be:

June 11 – Period 1

June 12 – Periods 2 and 3

June 13 – Periods 4A and 4B

June 14 – Periods 5 and 6

As a reminder, June 11-14 are full days of school and June 15, 18, & 19 will have early dismissal at 11:10 a.m.  


Lost and Found

Has your student misplaced a jacket, lunch bag, book bag, shoes, water tumbler, or other articles of clothing?  Are they missing eye glasses, jewelry, or keys?  If so, have them check out the lost and found table next week.  A table has been set up in the front lobby area outside of Student Services.    Friday, June 15th will be the last day.  Any remaining items will be donated.


Moving or Change of Address Reminder 

Parents are required to notify the school whenever there is a change in residency, even if the move is within the Marriotts Ridge attendance area.  Final report cards are mailed home marked “Return Service Requested” meaning the USPS will not forward to another address. 

  • When a change of residency occurs within Howard County, a change of address form is required along with the Deed/Settlement or Lease.
  • When moving out of Howard County, state or country, a withdrawal form signed by the registering parent is required.

Please contact Ms. Deison, MRHS Registrar, in Student Services at 410-313-5446 with any address change or questions.



Help guide HCPSS’ future direction: 

Share your views on the Strategic Call to Action (survey) HCPSS parents, students and community members are invited to complete a brief survey to provide input into the next phase of development for the HCPSS Strategic Call to Action, which serves as a basis for strategic planning and initiatives that ensure equity and place students at the heart of decision-making. The feedback collected will guide staff in the development of a more comprehensive strategic plan. All responses will remain anonymous.  Survey responses will be collected through 4:30 PMFriday, June 22Click here to access the survey.



#OneHoward Live is a storytelling/performance/speaking event that promotes diversity and inclusion in Howard County through the sharing of personal experiences.  We have an AWESOME line up of speakers and performers! Students from Triadelphia Ridge ES, Thomas Viaduct MS, Atholton HS, Long Reach HS, and graduates from Glenelg HS, and the Homewood Center will be performing.  In addition, teachers from Waterloo ES, Murray Hill MS, and Wilde Lake MS will also share their stories of diversity and identity.  Adding their perspectives, two of our community leaders, Honorable Judge Zwaig and Community Superintendent Marcy Leonard, will offer insight about leadership through the lens of diversity and equity.

The event is on Saturday, June 16th from 3:00 - 5:30 PM at HCC in the Smith Theater. Come out and stand up for unity in diversity in our Howard County community.  Please register on the link below to reserve your FREE ticket to enjoy this wonderful event  This event is in collaboration with the Office of the County Executive, Howard County Public School System, Howard County Library System, Howard County Community College, & the Department of Community Resources and Services.