Recent News

A Message From Our Principal, Mr. Filderman

I am extremely excited to announce that our Teach of the Year Nominee for the 2020-2021 School Year is Mrs. Ariel Taylor!  Mrs. Taylor is an incredible part of the Hebbville family and is well deserving of this nomination.  Please join me in congratulating her for this distinction.

As a reminder, next week we will continue full-day instruction for our in-person learners in Pre-School through grade 2.  Additionally, next week we will be starting Spring Break at the end of the day on Friday, March 26.  This is an exciting part of the year, especially as we are beginning to welcome back so many of our Hebbville scholars.  Please see information below if you are interested in converting your student to the hybrid learning environment. 

Reopening Information

The schedule below is in alignment with the phased re-entry to school. If you would like to return to hybrid in-person learning, please
submit your request by clicking this link. Responses for students in grades Pre-School through Grade 2 received after 5:00 pm on March 26, 2021 will have a start date of April 19, 2021.

NOTE: If you have already completed a previous survey, there is no need to complete this survey.

Please use the schedule below to identify request date windows and hybrid learning start dates for students.  The specific start dates will be cohort dependent (Cohort A- Mondays and Cohort B- Thursdays). Families will receive a cohort assignment message before their first day of school.

 

Audience

Request Date Window

(Window closes at 5:00 pm on Fridays)

Start Dates

(Start dates applicable to the start day ofthe individual phases)

Phase 1 - Public Separate Day Schools and

Phase 2- Pre- School through

Grade 2

Survey window- February 5

Week of March 1

February 6- February 19

Week of March 8

February 20 – March 5

Week of March 22

March 6 – March 12

Week of April 6

Phase 3 – OGE Special Education programs Grades 3 - 12 and Select CTE programs

Survey window- February 12

Week of March 15

February 13- February 26

Week of March 22

February 27 – March 12

Week of April 6

Phase 4- Grades 3 through 12

Survey window – March 12

Week of March 22 (Grades 6 & 9 only)

Week of April 6


Our office is open on school days, and we can be reached by email or by phone at (410) 887-0708 between 9:00am and 4:00pm.  For the safety of our students and staff, all meetings are being held virtually and classroom visits are temporarily not allowed. 

For additional student support, please contact Mr. McGee (School Counselor) at tmcgee@bcps.org or Ms. Garafola (Social Worker) at kgarafola@bcps.org

If your student is in need of a device or is having technical issues with a device previously issued, please contact the Help Desk.  Please click this link to learn more about creating a service ticket if you are having any issues with BCPS technology.  Please click here to email our school technology support team.

Join our Hebbville Elementary Parent Group in Schoology! This group has resources for parents and families.  Contact us for more information on how to join!

As a reminder, student attendance is monitored daily, including on Wednesday.  Please be sure your children have logged into Schoology to complete the assigned task each Wednesday in order to be marked present for the day.

HES Staff Message to Students.mp4

Hebbville Staff

CODE OF CONDUCT


I am Respectful!
I am Responsible!
I am Safe!
I am Prepared!


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.