Issue 6: Back to School 2017
Interim Superintendent Martirano looks to the new year as a time to learn and grow. Fittingly this issue focuses on continuous improvement.
Celebrate HCPSS highlights Continuous Improvement initiatives, including supporting female students in STEM classes and more.
HCPSS has raised the bar for language proficiency of students in the ESOL program to better prepare them for college and workplace success.
HCPSS has adopted a new model for science education to prepare students for college and 21st-century careers.
More HCPSS students are entering college immediately after graduation, and achievement gaps in the areas of college enrollment and completion rates are narrowing.
HCPSS recently adopted a state-of-the-art mathematical modeling tool to make its bus operations the most efficient and cost-effective transportation system of its kind.
HCPSS students and teachers reimagined two learning spaces to redesign mathematics classrooms that increase engagement.
With new equipment and increased efficiencies, the Print Shop offers more capabilities and handles more jobs, while reducing costs and offering the same turnaround time.
HCPSS’ school-based telemedicine program keeps more students in the classroom.
HCPSS was the only Maryland system to earn an “A” on the School Food Environment Grades report last year from Healthy School Food Maryland.
School Swap enables the school system to better utilize existing resources and focus more on the classroom.
Noelle Mineart, an HCPSS alumna and River Hill High School teacher, always knew she wanted to teach math in Howard County.
Celebrate HCPSS highlights summer HCPSS activity that promoted student achievement and well-being.
HCPSS celebrates remarkable achievements made by students, alumni, staff members and schools. These are just a few.