Board of Education Chair Christine O’Connor encourages HCPSS staff, students and families to join in conversations that will contribute to an inclusive community.
The public is invited to attend a free community event, Responsible Use of Technology and Social Media for an Inclusive CommUNITY on Monday, November 14 from 6-8 p.m. at the Homewood Center, 10914 Clarksville Pike, Ellicott City. HCPSS staff will be joined by students and representatives from the Howard County Police Department and Howard County […]
Wilde Lake Middle School art teacher Lang Wethington, a Columbia native and current resident, discusses why he got into teaching art after being a graphic designer.
Howard County Public School System Superintendent Renee A. Foose thanked the Bright Minds Foundation for its investments in the Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) and applauded the 18 Howard County public school teachers and staff awarded with funding for innovative instructional projects. The Bright Minds 2016–2017 Staff and Teacher grants, totaling nearly $25,000, were […]
Five Howard County Public School System schools were recognized October 25 as newly certified green schools.
Stevens Forest Elementary School Volunteer Beth Buzzio received the Individual 2016 Governor’s Service Award today during the 33rd Annual Governor’s Service Awards Ceremony was held at the Miller Senate Building in Annapolis.
Throughout Anne Butler’s career, she has worked to support special needs students and advance special education.
The following staff and community achievements were recently recognized by Superintendent Renee A. Foose.
Wilde Lake High School teacher Jennifer Donmoyer brings her psychology background to her Social Studies classroom every day by focusing on “the why’s.” Donmoyer said, “Social Studies is so varied. I’m always interested in teaching about the people, what they were going through and other factors. I tell my students, ‘here’s the story.’ My kids appreciate that.
Community members are invited to an evening of dialogue about establishing and strengthening relationships among students, parents, school officials and law enforcement. This event provides opportunities to understand what HCPSS, the Howard County Police Department and the Howard County Office of Human Rights are currently doing, and provide input on building a more inclusive community. The evening will include small roundtable discussions.