Articles for Vision 2018 – Goal 3: Community

Keeping More Kids Healthy and Ready to Learn

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HCPSS’ school-based telemedicine program keeps more students in the classroom.

Year in Review: Community Highlights

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As the school year draws to a close, Celebrate HCPSS highlights what we’ve accomplished as a community.

Workforce Prep with Project SEARCH

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Project SEARCH Howard County enables students with disabilities in their last year of high school to explore professions full time through internship rotations.

Contributing to Society Through G/T Research

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Each year, more than 700 HCPSS high school students explore potential career interests by working with one of approximately 250 companies and professionals in a wide range of fields.

A Celebration of Well-being

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View a visual roundup of the third annual HCPSS 5K/1-mile Fun Run, which brought together more than 3,100 students, families, staff and community members to celebrate health and wellness.

Partnering Toward the Future

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Thirty years ago, HCPSS launched a community partnerships program to help prepare Howard County students for productive lives and careers. Here are a handful of examples.

Bright Minds, Bright Futures

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After 10 years, the foundation continues to expand its efforts following the mission statement: “We support education, aspirations and the opportunity to succeed for all students in the Howard County Public School System.”

River Hill Re-envisions Student-led Communications

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This year, River Hill High School Student Government Association students are taking the reigns of the school’s Canvas community to connect everyone with the latest updates and news on sports, activities, community service, colleges and more, all in one place.

Ducketts Lane Bridges School, At Home Learning

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Ducketts Lane Elementary School is an early adopter of Canvas for family communications, including at the 4th grade level.

Watershed Report Card Goes Statewide

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HCPSS’ Watershed Report Card initiative, reporting on a yearlong study of streams and watersheds, is growing. The Howard County Conservancy, with our support, has welcomed other school systems into the project to present a statewide Watershed Report Card to elected officials this coming spring.