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Essential Applications and Information

  • School System Calendar

    View academic calendar information, school closings and holidays
  • HCPSS Connect

    Connect with your student’s courses, get grades and view assignments
  • Food Services

    View menus, daily prices, and how to pay for meals
  • School Information

    Locate and contact your school, identify bus stop and times, and get attendance area details
  • Enroll

    Enroll your student online to be a part of the Howard County Public School System
  • Apply Now

    Join our award-winning workforce and make a difference in the lives of our students

News Highlights

Students heading to their school bus.

Bus Safety Week

It’s National School Bus Safety Week. We have great info on our site, including safety tips, bus stop FAQs and more!

Read more about bus safety →

Middle school band practice group.

Mount View Middle School Band Selected for Nationals

The MVMS Symphonic Band was selected to perform at the 2019 National Association for Music Education Eastern Division Conference, to be held in April.

Find out more →

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Policies and Procedures

The Board of Education sets local education policy. With our new site, these policies are now fully accessible, mobile-friendly, searchable and interlinked.

Visit the new site →

Our Organization

  • Board of Education

    The Board provides leadership for excellence in teaching and learning by fostering a climate for deliberative change through policy and community engagement
  • Superintendent

    Dr. Michael J. Martirano considers himself a teacher first and foremost, and believes children must be at the center of all decision-making
  • Central Office Staff Directory

    Search for Central Office staff contact information via name, department or phone number

Have A Question?

Contact Us:
410-313-6600
Human Resources:
410-313-6693
Public Information:
410-313-6682
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Knowing A Child Well

If we take care of our children and their well-being, and nurture and believe in them, academic achievement will take care of itself. We must understand our children first, because in order to teach a child well you must know a child well.
Dr. Michael Martirano, HCPSS Superintendent