School Services

Meals: Lunch & Breakfast

School Menus

HCPSS students and their families can now view menus and nutrition and allergen information for meals served in all HCPSS schools through Nutrislice, a website and free smartphone app.

This upgrade to school menus benefits school health professionals and parents who can easily access nutritional information and make informed choices for their child’s nutrition.

Download the Nutrislice mobile app for iOS or Android.


The Howard County Public School System recently transitioned to a new online meal payment system, This website allows families to easily manage student accounts and make payments online on personal computers and mobile devices.


Middle Student Breakfast

Middle Student Lunch

Meals purchased without a PIN incur an additional charge – $0.30 for breakfast and $0.60 for lunch. View prices for adult meals.


For more information on the HCPSS wellness policy, and information on nutrition and allergens, please visit the Food Services site.

Online School Payments

MHMS Scholarship Program

Scholarship Request Form:
Please complete the following form to request any scholarship or financial assistance for school activities. The form can be printed and returned to the front office, or emailed directly to our Administrativ Secretary, Ms.

PDF iconScholarshipForm19.pdf

Student Services Vision


The vision of the MHMS Office of Student Services is to provide comprehensive, effective and efficient services to the students, staff and families of our school to ensure that all students maximize their skills and reach their highest level of potential in terms of academic achievement and social and emotional well-being. Through the provision of accessible, needs-based services to our students and families, we seek to strengthen the developmental assets needed for the healthy development of all young people. This vision comes from our core belief that in providing education, training and support to our students, families and staff, there is a direct and positive impact on the larger community.

Denise Adams (on left) | School Counselor: Students:  All of 6th and 7th A-L |
Jodi Svoboda (on right) | School Counselor: Students - All of 8th and 7th M-Z |
Sydney Morales (center) | School Psychologist |
Brenda Ganzermiller (not pictured) | School Counseling Secretary |

Please see below for the information recently shared to parents an our community about student life here at MHMS:



Watch the video High School Requirements

Download the FULL High School Approved Courses Catalog PDF

Howard County Association of Student Councils

"The Howard County Association of Student Councils (HCASC) is an organization that unites Howard County Middle and High School  Check out our Intro Vid! Students."

Enrollment and Registration

View HCPSS's guidelines for school enrollment and registration

Please call the school, 410-880-5838, to find out when enrollments are scheduled and whether a registration appointment is necessary.

Any deviation from the stated requirements must be approved by the Pupil Personnel Office 410-313-7102. Also contact the PPW office in situations regarding:

  • Residency
  • Multiple family living arrangements
  • Custody

Withdrawal Procedure

If your child needs to be withdrawn from MHMS, please contact: Brenda Ganzermiller, Student Services Secretary at 410-880-5838 as soon as possible.

The process of creating the transfer record involves collecting school texts and media books, and completing attendance/grade records.

BSAP Program

Hope T. Whye
Black Student Achievement Program (BSAP)
Achievement Liaison@MHMS

The HCPSS Black Student Achievement Program (BSAP) works in closing the achievement gap evident in the patterns of data between black students and the student population at large. Over the years the BSAP, established in 1986, has been a valuable resource to the school system, black students, their parents and the community. Through a coordinated system of services, BSAP guides black students to develop education, career and personal/social competencies.


The ultimate goal of the HCPSS BSAP is to help black students excel as leaders, conquer challenges of the 21st century and become college and career ready upon high school graduation. BSAP staff encourage students and parents to strive for:

  • Report card grades B or above in all courses
  • Enrollment in G/T and AP classes
  • Enrollment in SAT prep courses
  • Exceeding passing scores on each HSA test
  • Zero disciplinary referrals
  • Involvement in clubs and/or athletic teams
  • Involvement in community service

Six Ps

BSAP students follow the 6 Ps:

  1. Proud – Feel great satisfaction when you have achieved your goal.
  2. Prompt – Be on time without delay.
  3. Persistent – Never give up when things seem difficult.
  4. Productive – Always produce quality work.
  5. Polite – Show good manners towards others in behavior and speech.
  6. Prepared – Be organized, equipped and ready to learn.

from the website:  Black Student Achievement Program – HCPSS



Health Room

Contact:  Katherine Castiglia, RN, BSN  Cluster Nurse  -

Accident and Medical Insurance

Accident Insurance

The school system does not carry medical insurance for accidents that occur at school, including non-sport related injuries, such as trips and falls, physical education injuries, and recess/playground injuries. Thus, parents are encouraged to enroll students in the accident insurance program offered through HCPSS.

Learn more about how to obtain accident insurance →

Medical Insurance

The Maryland Children’s Health Insurance Program (MCHIP) is available for families, pregnant women, and children in need of medical insurance. Applications are available through the school health assistant or by contacting the Howard County Health Department at 410-313-7500.

Find out more about qualifying for MCHIP →