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Baltimore County Public Schools will begin remote learning on April 6, 2020. Below is an outline of the continuity of learning plan.

PreK – Grade 2 - Starting April 6, 2020

  • Print materials will be available in three-week learning cycles. All materials will be printed and mailed to students’ homes. Additionally, the print materials will be available on the website in printed form.
  • Students will have an opportunity to participate in weekly online class meetings.
  • Students will have opportunities to demonstrate their learning based on curriculum goals.

Grades 3-5 - Starting April 6, 2020

  • Each week, students will be exposed to new curriculum goals.
  • Students will have an opportunity to participate in weekly online class meetings.
  • Students will have opportunities to demonstrate their learning based on curriculum goals.
  • Due to the Governor’s most recent order on March 30, 2020, Baltimore County Public Schools is working through a revised plan to provide students with devices, as requested through the online survey, in compliance with that order. Consequently, the first three weeks of learning for students will use printed materials.  Those materials will be mailed to students’ home.

Resources are currently available at www.bcps.org.  Simply click COVID-19 Updates, and then Student Learning Resources.  

In order to ensure that you, as parents, are able to see the work we have posted in Schoology, please activate your BCPS One account. You may do so by following these directions:
Navigate to BCPSOne.bcps.org
click: Create account 
If your child does not remember their user name or password for BCPS One, please email Mr. Filderman  (jfilderman@bcps.org) 
Please click the following links for information about how to navigate Schoology.  If you have specific questions, please feel free to email Mr. Filderman.

https://vimeo.com/281682819

https://vimeo.com/281683509

During this extended closing, we will continue to operate our meal distribution sites through Friday, April 24.  There are now 50 sites around the system where we are providing breakfast, lunch and dinner grab and go meals to thousands of BCPS students each day.  Our closest location is Woodlawn Middle School. Please note, meals will not be distributed on two scheduled holidays; April 10 & April 13.

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School Vision Statement

Hebbville Elementary School will provide a safe, productive and orderly learning environment that will equip all students with the essential literacy skills in all content areas for the high-level thinking and reasoning necessary to be successful learners.

School Mission Statement

Hebbville Elementary School staff will focus on data driven decision making to improve communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills for all learners. We will provide an environment that is fun, engaging, and customized to meet the needs of our individual learners as we prepare them for middle school; the next step on their pathway toward college and career readiness.