On Feb. 8, HCPSS Interim Superintendent Michael J. Martirano made the decision for the four snow days to be made up partly during spring break. Students and staff will have normal school days on Apr. 4, 5 and 6 and a half-day on May 18. This change has […]
On April 15 and 22, Snail Mail will be performing at Coachella in California, along with a variety of talented artists such as The Weeknd, Eminem and Tyler the Creator. Coachella is one of the largest annual music festivals, which features top charting musical artists over a three-day […]
Senior Rees Draminski was awarded the Ravens Community Quarterback Award for his selflessness and commitment to his community. This award granted him $4,000 as a donation to TeCanal, a student-run non-profit organization that seeks to improve STEM education in Baltimore City schools. Draminski serves as TeCanal”s Chief Executive […]
Beginning this year, student electronic cigarette usage in school and on school grounds has significantly increased. Multiple Mt. Hebron and Howard County students have been caught using E-cigarettes, known as “juuls,” in classrooms, buses and hallways, violating Policy 1050. Policy 1050 encourages a tobacco-free environment on Howard County […]
This fall, men and women are spicing up their closets with new fashion trends, including plaid patterns and a variety of floral prints for women. Men are pursuing a more laid-back style this fall, with layered clothing, stripes and prints, and popular female styles will include “mom jeans” and […]
This fall, Mt. Hebron welcomed Dr. Joelle Miller as the new principal, following Dr. Drew Cockley, who is now Principal of Bonnie Branch Middle School. In 2015, Dr. Miller left Centennial High School, where she served as Assistant Principal, and transferred to Clarksville Middle School as Principal. She […]
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