HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM – MARYLAND

Address: 10910 Rte 108
Ellicott City, MD 21042
Phone: (410) 313-6600 Website: http://www.hcpss.org/

 

Howard County Public School System

10910 Rte 108

Ellicott City, MD 21042

Phone: 410-313-6600

http://www.hcpss.org/

Howard County, Maryland, is a suburban community of more than 274,000 situated along the Baltimore-Washington corridor. More than 97,000 people live in the county's population center – the planned community of Columbia – conceived and designed by visionary planner James Rouse.

Howard County DIRECTORY OF SCHOOLS

http://www.hcpss.org/schools/

Howard County Public School Systems

EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES
Anne Hickey, M.A.
Instructional Facilitator
Early Intervention Services
Faulkner Ridge Center
10598 Marble Faun Court
Columbia, MD 21044
Phone: 410-313-7017

http://www.howard.k12.md.us/special/programs.html

Howard County SPECIAL SCHOOLS CENTER

http://www.hcpss.org/schools/schools_special.shtml

In addition to the typical elementary, middle and high school buildings, the school system offers additional programs in Cedar Lane School, Homewood School, and the Applications and Research Laboratory.

Howard County SPECIAL PROGRAMS

http://www.hcpss.org/special/programs.shtml

Web page contains information on:
 

  • Early Intervention Services
  • Early Beginnings Programs
  • Preschool-Kindergarten Programs
  • PALS: Community Based Preschool Services
  • Family Support Netword
  • Multiple Intense Needs Classes
  • Academic Life Skills Programs
  • Programs for Students with  Emotional Disturbances
  • Information on The Homewood Center 
  • Programs for Students with Speech-Language Impairments
  • Programs for Students requiring Assistive Technology
  • Programs for Students who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing
  • Programs for Students with Visual Impairments
  • Community Connection Program 
  • Home Hospital Teaching

Cedar Lane School

Paul Owens, Principal

11630 Scaggsville Road, Fulton, MD 20759

Phone: 410-888-8800

Fax: 410-888-8878

http://cls.hcpss.org/

The Cedar Lane School, on the Fulton Campus, provides as structured learning environment for students age 3 through 21, whose needs are so complex that they require a specialized, comprehensive program in a special school setting. The Fulton campus allows for age appropriate peer interactions at all program levels. Instruction is provided for students who are developmentally delayed, and may have multiple disabilities as well as behavior challenges both in school and community settings. The Cedar Lane program offers an enhanced approach for inclusive programming with an emphasis on providing students access to typical peers, schools, and community.


Homewood Center

Tina Maddox, Principal

10914 Route 108, Ellicott City, MD 21042

Phone: 410-313-7081

Fax: 410-313-7130

http://homewood.hcpss.org/

The Homewood Center houses three distinct programs, each designed to meet the specific needs of individual students who have difficulty functioning in traditional classroom settings. The building is a state-of-the-art educational facility with a full complement of resources, technology, and teaching supports

Applications and Research Lab (ARL)

Edmund Evans, Principal –

10920 Route 108, Ellicott City, MD 21042

Phone: 410-313-6998

Fax:  410-313-7000

http://arl.hcpss.org/

Juniors and seniors at all Howard County Public Schools are eligible to take classes at the ARL provided they meet

specific requirements for the courses. Each course has prerequisites for participation, which are listed in the Catalogue

of Approved High School Courses (the “Course Catalogue”).

Bushy Park Elementary School

14601 Carrs Mill Road

Glenwood, MD  21738

Phone: 410-313-5500

http://bpes.hcpss.org

REGIONAL EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

http://bpes.hcpss.org/Departments/RECC

Dayton Oaks Elementary School

4691 Ten Oaks Road

Dayton, MD 21036

Phone: 410-313-1571

http://does.hcpss.org

Regional Early Childhood Center (RECC)- Departments

http://does.hcpss.org/Departments/RECC

The Dayton Oaks Elementary School RECC serves children with disabilities and typically developing peers ages 2.5-5 in the following programs: Multiple Intense Needs Class for Early Learners, Preschool Classes, Special Education support in kindergarten, PALS Program Staff providing support to preschoolers in community placements

 

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