2021-22 School Year Info

Tue, 08/11/2020 - 2:07pm

Back to School Night Presentation

If you missed BTS Night, click HERE for our Power Point presentation to parents or HERE for a video of the same material.  And here's what our PTSA & Viking Backers are doing this school year!
 

Morning Announcements

Click HERE for the announcements which are read at the beginning of 3rd period each day

 

Common Questions Answered for New Students & Parents

Click HERE
 

Welcome Back Student Information

Click HERE for important information to start your school year.

 

It is time to update your Family File for the 2021-22 school year.  

You can access and complete your Family File through HCPSS Connect . Family File can only be accessed through the account of a parent/guardian.  This information must be completed every year to ensure HCPSS has the most current information for each child.

 

School Calendar

View, download, print or subscribe to the HCPSS academic calendar online. The calendar is subject to change; the online calendar reflects the most recent version. There will be no printed 2021-2022 calendars.

A/B Day Calendar Link


Sign Up for the Free & Reduced Meal Program

HCPSS participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs which provide families with significant benefits to help save money. Qualification is based on family size and income, and enrollment is confidential. All children in households receiving benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can get free meals regardless of income, and students from households that meet federal income guidelines are eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals.  FARMS eligibility provides discounts for summer school, SAT, recreation programs, Maryland Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and internet programs as well as other dicounts.  Click HERE to apply online.

 

Click HERE for HCPSS bus information

The following buses will have two routes for both AM/PM: 129, 307, 308, 527, 551, 554, 802, 928. 

In the AM, there will be two arrival times

  • 6:40 am
  • 7:00 am

In the PM, there will be two dismissal times

  • 2:10 pm
  • 2:35 pm

**In the PM, please pay close attention to your bus boarding time!  The buses will be going different places at 2:35pm.  The 2:10pm route will be different from 2:35pm route.  The buses will not go to the same place twice.**

FOR ALL STUDENTS WHO BOARD BUSES AT 2:35pm

  • Please report to the cafeteria 
  • Do not BOARD the 2:10pm buses, YOU WILL NOT BE TAKEN HOME.

*Please note: 422, 483, 519, 771, 801 will only run one AM/PM route. The PM route and will not return to MHHS.

 

Click HERE to view the MHHS Student Handbook 

Click HERE to read the Mt. Hebron Student Code of Conduct Policy

Link to Google Form for Mt. Hebron High School Student Handbook Signature Page


Need Tech Help?

 

HCPSS Student & Parent Handbook

Click HERE for the county's 2021-22 handbook

 

Need to Sign-Up to get Email or Text Communications from MHHS & HCPSS

Click HERE to sign up or manage your subscription.  If you wish to opt-in for text message alerts text YES to the number 67587.  This only needs to be done once and will rollover year to year.

 

Need Help?

The HCPSS 2021-2022 School Year and HCPSS Help sites provide a wealth of information and answers to dozens of frequently-asked questions (FAQs) on all aspects of the current school year. Check back frequently as new information and FAQs are continually added.

 

School Supplies for Students

High school teachers will inform students of any needed supplies at the start of the school year in their syllabus. The number of supplies requested will be reduced to keep costs down for families and reflect those most essential for virtual learning. It may be necessary to replenish supplies during the school year as needed.  Please note, we will not be supplying agenda books for students this year.  We encourage you to purchase a planner/calendar for your student to help them keep track of assignments.

The graphing calculator is an important technology tool used in Howard County mathematics courses beginning with Algebra 1 and extending through the end of the course sequence. Although digital graphing tools are available online and will be used at various times in middle and high school math courses, students are best served by having a personal graphing calculator such as the TI-84 Plus CE (rechargeable) graphing calculator. Students who go on to take mathematics courses in college will likely be able to use the same calculator for college coursework. Note that students are permitted to use a graphing calculator on the SAT, ACT and Advanced Placement mathematics exams. Arrangements can also be made to borrow a graphing calculator from school through your child’s mathematics teacher.