FARMs Registration Unlocks Access to a Variety of Resources
In addition to meals, students participating in the Free and Reduced-priced Meals (FARMs) program qualify for a wide range of resources and discounts, including testing fees, tuition, internet and more.
The 2019-2020 Student and Parent Handbook will no longer be printed and is available online.
Superintendent Gives Strategic Call to Action Progress Report
Superintendent Martirano presented his first systemwide overview of progress toward achieving the desired outcomes of his strategic plan and announced a new Strategic Call to Action website. The report reflects HCPSS’ efforts to increase equity, close opportunity gaps and elevate expectations across the system.
Superintendent Presents FY2021 Capital Budget Proposals
Superintendent Martirano presented his Proposed Capital Budget for school year 2020-2021 (FY 2021), FY 2022-2026 Capital Improvement Program and FY 2021-2030 Long-Range Master Plan during a recent Board of Education meeting.
HCPSS Schools Recognized for 2019 Seat Belt Challenge Participation
Six high schools recently were recognized for taking part in the spring 2019 Making It Click Maryland Seat Belt Challenge, with leadership and support from their Students Against Destructive Decisions groups and School Resource Officers.
This conference will help both seasoned parents and those new to the IEP process to advocate for their child and be active, informed members of the IEP team.
Public Hearing: FY 2021 Capital Budget and FY 2022-2026 Capital Improvement Program
The Board will hold a public hearing on the Superintendent's proposed FY 2021 Capital Budget and FY 2022-2026 Capital Improvement Program at the Thursday, September 19, 7 p.m meeting. Learn how you can provide testimony.