Important News & Upcoming Events

Continuity of Learning Schedule: Revised

Dear MHMS Families, My apologies for the double messages. Please note the revised Continuity of Learning Schedule that reflects the 8-period day that we have at Murray Hill Middle School. On April 20, 2020 we will begin our next phase of the distance learning model with middle school students and I would like to share important information to help your family prepare. All students will need access to a technology device for approximately two hours each week. If your family is in need of a device and has not completed our Student Technology Survey, please complete it out as soon as possible.

Action Required- HCPSS Technology Survey

Dear MHMS Families, If you have not done so already, please help us prepare by completing the online HCPSS Student Technology Survey so that we can assess where we are as a community, and how to best distribute the limited devices we have available for student use. More information on student technology and device distribution is available online. Thank you for taking a few moments to accomplish this important task.

MHMS Memory Book Updates: Please Read!

The Memory Book team is working hard to get our book finished for this year. However, the school closure has impacted our ability to gather photos. We would like to include pictures of some of the things student(s) are doing to stay engaged during the school closure—games, puzzles, bike riding, exercising, reading, school work, etc.

Murray Messenger 3.30.20

Dear MHMS Families, I hope that you are all well, and staying safe and healthy. As you may be aware from Dr. Martirano’s message, that was shared on March 27, 2020 (Superintendent Message 3.27.20), staff members will be reaching out to students and engaging in professional learning throughout this week to prepare for continuity of learning.

March 25, 2020 School Closure Update - from Dr. Martirano

Dear Community: Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon this morning announced that she is extending the closure of all public schools in Maryland for an additional four weeks. Consequently, all HCPSS schools and office buildings will remain closed and all school-related activities are canceled through Friday, April 24.

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FREE for anyone 18 and under. Weekdays March 17-27, HCPSS will provide Grab-N-Go lunch for that day and breakfast for the following day. 11:30am-1:30pm at 9 locations.

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