HEBBVILLE ELEMENTARY News

2022-2023 Enrollment and Registration is underway!  Enrollment is easier than ever, simply send us an email, or call (443) 809-0708, to start the process or schedule an appointment!  We are looking forward to serving your students at Hebbville!

Please click here to view our 2022-2023 Parent Handbook.

Please click here for a copy of the 2022-2023 School Supply List.

As you know, there is a teacher shortage crisis effecting many schools across the nation. I am pleased to share with you that, as of the writing of this letter, every homeroom is staffed with a certified teacher, and we have a full complement of para-educators and adult assistants to support instruction on each grade level.

Please join me in welcoming our newest members to our Hebbville faculty:

  • Ms. Karimah Albert, Para-Educator
  • Ms. Aaliyah Crosell, Grade 1
  • Ms. Angela Carpenter, Grade 2
  • Mr. Jason Ciarrocchi, Grade 3
  • Ms. Victoria Frank, Grade 2
  • Ms. Amanda Fischer, Grade 4
  • Mr. Tehrance Jackson, Adult Assistant
  • Ms. Brittany Morgan, Adult Assistant
  • Ms. Lilian Onwujuba, Adult Assistant
  • Ms. Fran Palmer, Grade 5
  • Ms. Anna Ringley, Grade 4
  • Mr. Colby Settles, Music
  • Ms. Regina Tillman, Pre-K Paid Helper
  • Ms. Danielle Weyant, Math Resource Teacher
  • Ms. Tiffany Williams-Oladiedo, Adult Assistant

As the 2022-2023 school year approaches, it’s time to make sure your technology is in good working order! Please call the help desk at 443-809-4672 to report an issue with your device or your password as soon as possible. Issues to report include damage, won’t start up, missing charger, etc. These issues could also include a forgotten or non-working BCPS password. The start of the school year is a very busy time for the BCPS Tech Support Team and there may be significant delays if you wait to request help or report an issue. Act now if you need tech support so the start of the new school year can be a smooth one technologically!

Back to School Night will be held on Tuesday, September 6, 2022, beginning at 5:30pm. Back to School night is an in-person event and will include important information from the school administration as well as an opportunity to meet the teachers in their classrooms. 

As the opening day of school approaches, please know that staff members will help all students get to their classrooms.  It is not necessary for you to walk into the school on the first day however, parents who wish to walk their students in must sign in in the main office and receive a visitor’s badge. To avoid long lines, parents may pick up a visitor’s badge in the main office during the week of August 22, 2022, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.


Arrival/dismissal reminders

  • Children should not be left at the school unattended before 9:00 a.m. as they will be unsupervised prior to that time with the exception of before school club participants.

     

  • Walkers should stay on sidewalks and proceed to the crossing guard(s) where they should wait until asked to cross. Once on school grounds, they should continue through crosswalks where adults will be on duty beginning at 9:00am.

     

  • Car riders should follow the flow of traffic and staff directions. Students should be dropped off in the drop off zone in front of the learning cottage. Parents should not stop on Washington Avenue to drop off students and should not walk across Washington Avenue or the Hebbville parking lot to drop students off. This has led to several accidents, some with injuries.

     

  • No cars will be allowed into the bus loop between 8:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. 

     

  • Please advise any middle school or high school students who escort their siblings to or from school are within the BCPS scope of authority and should follow parent pickup guidelines to pick up their siblings from school.

     

  • School office personnel are extremely busy preparing for dismissal from 3:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. To ensure that students are safely dismissed, early dismissals will not be allowed after 3:45 p.m.

 

If everyone follows the procedures outlined above, we not only create safer conditions for our students, but also teach our children about responsible citizenship.  Thank you for your continuing support and understanding!

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.