Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 Maryland State Department of Education’s Parent Involvement Matters Awards (PIMA). The awards recognize parents and guardians who have made significant contributions to schools and school systems in improving education, securing resources, developing programs or influencing educational policy at local and state levels. Created to highlight parents who […]
Students at Ilchester Elementary School had a unique opportunity to interact with scientists in northern Canada through the Discovery Education Polar Bear Google Hangout program. Discovery Education partnered with Polar Bears International to offer students the opportunity to go on a virtual field trip. Showcasing 21st century learning, students were able to ask questions and learn more about […]
The Howard County Public School System has been named among the best school districts in the nation, and the top district in the state of Maryland, according to rankings released this week by Niche.com, an education and community analysis firm. The system received ‘A’ grades or better for academic rigor, student diversity and quality of […]
The HCPSS Network Security program in the Applications & Research Lab (ARL) has teamed up with the Howard Community College to offer an amazing opportunity for students with future aspirations in network security. The Network Security Early College Program is a five-year cohort program that allows students to earn a high school diploma, a CompTIA […]
Superintendent Renee A. Foose to Participate in ConnectED to the Future Convening Wednesday at White House
The White House and the U.S. Department of Education have selected Dr. Renee A. Foose, Howard County Public Schools Superintendent, to participate in the November 19 ConnectED to the Future Convening at the White House. Dr. Foose joins more than 100 other school system leaders from across the nation, who will be recognized for their […]
Students from HCPSS high schools this school year are collecting and analyzing samples from watershed areas near their schools and throughout the county. Their research will be the foundation of a published watershed report card that will serve as a guidance document for county and state legislators for environmental policy consideration. Students will present their findings to county and professional […]
American Education Week—November 16-22—presents all Americans with an opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education. American Education Week is a great time for parents and guardians to visit their chid’s classroom or eat lunch together. Each school has specifics on […]
The staff and the PTA wellness committee at Waterloo Elementary School have discovered an exciting way for students to try something new. Funded through a BrightMinds Foundation grant, Try it Friday allows students to taste healthy foods that many have never tried before.
Students at Reservoir High School have an opportunity to pursue their love of art beyond the school day. The National Art Honor Society welcomes all students who enjoy a variety of artistic mediums to expand their artistic opportunities within the school and the school community.
Nov. 11, 2014 The College Board announced this week that the Howard County Public School System is one of 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada, and one of just two districts in Maryland, selected to be a part of the 5th annual AP District Honor Roll. The AP District Honor Roll recognizes school […]