Parents/guardians should keep their children home if they are experiencing symptom(s) associated with any communicable disease, including COVID-19. In addition, parents/guardians are to perform the following COVID-19 health check every day before the student leaves home. A student should NOT come to school with any of these symptoms: ● fever of 100.4 degrees or higher ● sore throat ● cough ● difficulty breathing ● diarrhea or vomiting ● new onset of severe headache (especially with fever), or ● new loss of taste or smell For persons with chronic conditions such as asthma, the symptoms should represent a change from baseline. Children exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 may not attend school and must be kept home. Students exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 need to be evaluated for COVID-19 or an alternate medical diagnosis. They may not return to school until medically cleared. In addition, students with symptoms of any communicable disease may not attend school until evaluated and medically treated. Please call the health room with any questions 410-313-8286
Please find information regarding technology support for your Chromebook. There are self help resources you can try on your own, and there is also information on requesting additional technology support. If your family continues to need support after trying the below resources, please complete the 2021-2022 Hanover Hills Elementary - Student and Family Technology Support Request Form for assistance.
Beginning Monday, August 30, breakfast and lunch will be provided at no cost to all students through the entire 2021-2022 school year, on days schools are open. FREE AND REDUCED MEALS (FARMS) PROGRAM Many families are eligible to participate in the FARMs program, which helps families save money and opens access to many resources and discounts, including testing fees, tuition, internet and much more. FARMs enrollment and participation is confidential. Families must reapply each year. Find more information and apply online. Families approved for FARMS benefits by August 27, 2021 will receive Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits for July and August in September. These benefits are intended to help families in Maryland purchase food while schools are closed due to COVID-19. FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES HCPSS Food and Nutrition Services will comply with all food safety, employee safety and social distancing guidelines, including using disposable food service items, and cleaning and sanitizing tables/surfaces between each meal service, in accordance with recommended protocols. Food and Nutrition Services will also fully accommodate specific food service requirements, including food allergies and the privacy associated with students who receive free or reduced-price meals. Menu options will be streamlined to facilitate the delivery and serving of meals during different stages of the reopening plan. Visit the Food Services website to find detailed information abou FARMs, nutrition, allergen concerns, meal preparation and quality, and more.
HCPSS 2021-2022 School Calendar
This Related Arts color calendar will show the color rotation for related arts through the school year. Please note that the days of the week students have related arts will change as we move through the color rotation schedule. This is a change from previous years where students knew which specific days of the week they had each related arts class. It is important to remember which related arts is on which color days so that students can be prepared for class, especially with sneakers/tennis shoes on PE days. Classroom teachers would have this information if you need assistance.
General Back to School Info from HCPSS about Self Health Checks, Bus Schedules, Mask Requirements, Quarantining Procedures and more.
The Hanover Hills 2021-2022 School Supply List contains lists for each grade.
A Virtual Tour of HHES with Barkley.
You can begin the online registration process for students new to Howard County! It is recommended that you work on a laptop or desktop to complete registration. Cell phone registration is not recommended. For details about registration and enrollment, visit www.hcpss.org/enroll/. Please call our HHES front office at 410-313-8066 or email Mrs. Arseneault email@example.com or Mrs. Facchiano firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Please make certain you are on the screen for 21-22 if registering for the next school year. Please read the message available on this link in its entirety: New Student Enrollment
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