Learning French Through Lunch

On the Superintendent’s Corner, guest writer Thomas Regnant, a junior at Centennial High School and food blogger, writes about how the cuisine of a country is connected to that of its language and culture.

HCPSS Commemorates Black History Month

Learn more about how HCPSS is commemorating Black History Month on Dr. Foose’s blog, Superintendent’s Corner.

Upcoming Scheduled School Closing Days

Dr. Foose posted a blog discussing the upcoming scheduled school closing days and our contingency plans in the event that additional inclement weather days become necessary this school year.

Kate Graham, Kindergarten Teacher, Longfellow Elementary School

Kate Graham’s enthusiasm and drive led her to invent KinderWheel, a carefully organized cycle of language arts and math workstations supporting early education differentiated learning and choice making.

Moving Forward with Canvas

Guest blogger E. Grace Chesney, chief accountability officer, writes about how HCPSS will continue to make Canvas a better resource for families, students and school staff on Superintendent’s Corner.

G/T Advisory Committee Seeks Nominations

The Gifted and Talented Advisory Committee is seeking nominations for educators whose commitment to the needs of advanced-level learners and whose contributions to the Howard County G/T Education Program are exemplary.

Vision 2018

Fulfilling the Promise of Preparation


  • 76 schools
  • 54,870 students
  • 8,136 staff

93% of all HCPSS Students graduate.

85% of all HCPSS Students attend college after graduating.