Dec 02
Spirit Week of Giving December 16-20

Spirit Week of Giving December 16 – 20

 

This year, we would like to include our students to show their holiday spirit by making contributions of items to be donated to our 2 CCPS school food banks at South Carroll High School and Sykesville Middle, and the South Carroll Family Resource Center, a new satellite location of Shepherd Staff located right here in Eldersburg.  Our donations will directly help our Liberty community and neighbors.  Students are invited to make donations.  A prize will be given for the total grade level with the most participation.  Most of these items can be purchased from places likes a Dollar Store, Walmart, etc.  We encourage students to make a small purchase and give the donations as a way to give back during the holiday season.

 

Monday – Clash of the Carolers –Students donate small Stocking Stuffer items/Hanukah Treats for the families that LHS will be supporting this holiday season.  Items such as: small flashlight, stickers, playing cards, card games, crayons, coloring books, art supplies, markers, post it notes, small toys, pencils/pens, gum, silly putty, hot wheels, nail polish, bubble bath, hand sanitizer, hand lotion, small gloves, toothbrush, earrings, key chain, legos, super balls, glow sticks, bubbles, book mark, small book light, mad libs, candy cane or small candies. Ages include 2 – 16.

 

Tuesday – Winter Is Coming/Winter Wonderland – Students donate warm sweatshirts, sweatpants, gloves, coats, socks, scarves.  White themed items can include rolls of paper towels and toilet paper, Kleenex, diapers, baby wipes, cleaning wipes, feminine hygiene products, toothpaste.  (Items such as these are not traditionally provided by foodbanks, so they are quite valuable and needed).

 

Wednesday – Holiday Headwear – Students donate warm winter hats.

 

Thursday – Merry Morning - Students donate morning Wake Up Toiletries – toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss, mouth wash, brushes and combs, razors, shaving cream, bars of soap, shampoo/conditioner, Chapstick, deodorant, small body wash, hand sanitizer.  Travel Size appreciated.  (Items such as these are not traditionally provided by foodbanks, so they are quite valuable and needed).

 

Friday – Holiday Cheer –Students donate a canned good.  Canned fruit and/or fruit cups are needed. 

 

WINNER will earn a Holiday Treat of a hot cocoa buffet with all the fixings and cookies served by your administrators, teachers, and PTSO for the GRADE LEVEL with the most participation.  The treat will be served during lunch shifts on Friday, December 20.  If your advisor dresses up for the day, that’s 5 bonus points to your grade level total.  (Students are NOT dressing up, and we will not publicize the dressing up part.  That’s still special just for the staff.) Winner announced Friday morning after advisory.

 

Please e-mail Assistant Principal Mrs. Brown with any questions.  mebrow2@carrollk12.org

 

Aug 07
New Student Orientation/Back to School Night

New Student Orientation/Back to School Night is Thursday, August 29th.

 

New Student Orientation Schedule

9:30 – 10:00 – Check in main lobby

10:00 – 10:15 – Auditorium Welcome and get in Advisory Groups

10:20 – 10:30 – Ice Breaker

10:30 – 10:40 – Review Schedules and School Map

10:40 – 10:50 – Advisory Overview, PAWS Overview (PPT Presentations)

10:50 – 11:00 – Lockers

 

11:00 – 11:05 – Move to MOD 1A

11:05 - 11:15 – MOD 1A

11:15 - 11:20 – Move to MOD 2A

11:20 – 11:30 – MOD 2A

11:30-11:35 – Move to MOD 3A

11:35-11:45 – MOD 3A

11:45 – 11:50 – Move to 4A

11:50 – 12:00 MOD 4A

12:00 Dismiss to auditorium to meet parents

12:00 – 12:30 – Find B day classes on your own

 

Meet the Teacher Night Schedule 2019-2020

Parents, please bring a printed copy of your child's schedule.

 

6:00 – 6:15  Principal Welcome, Remarks, School Security Review – Auditorium

6:20 – 6:43  MOD 1 (A Day Class Ends at 6:30) (B Day Class Begins at 6:33)

6:46 – 7:09  MOD 2 (A Day Class Ends at 6:56) (B Day Class Begins at 6:59)

7:12 – 7:35  MOD 3 (A Day Class Ends at 7:22) (B Day Class Begins at 7:25)

7:38 – 8:00 MOD 4 (A Day Class Ends at 7:48) (B Day Class Begins at 7:51)

*A/B Classes are split into 10-minute segments with 3 minutes of travel time.

Jan 24
Scheduling Conferences Sign up
Nov 07
Dismissal procedures

Dear Parents,

We would like to take a moment and remind everyone of our dismissal and morning drop off procedures. It is important for the safety of students, faculty, and those picking up or dropping off that we follow these procedures, as well as efficiency for all involved. We understand that it is a hectic time when buses, cars, and pedestrians are all coming or going at one time. However, we are trying to alleviate as much backup as possible. Please see the below procedures to ensure the safety of everyone.

 Morning Drop-off:

  • The front parking lot is not a drop off area in the morning. The 2 side lots are for drop-off. The front lot is for buses only unless permission has been given from administration.
  • The gym side parking lot (junior lot) is a drop off area. Enter off of Bartholow and circle around by the tennis courts and drop off at the entrance to the gym doors. Follow the loop around and exit back onto Bartholow. Doors open at 7am to the school. Do not travel on interior lanes unless you plan to park.
  • The stadium parking lot (senior lot) is a drop off area using a thru street called Lion’s Den Rd. With 2 entrances to that side of the school and many entrances into and out of the lot onto Lion’s Den, the following procedures should be followed.
  1. Sidewalk Side of Lion’s Den Rd
  • We ask if you are dropping off that you drop off on the sidewalk side of Lion’s Den. When dropping off on the sidewalk side, please pull down towards the 2nd crosswalk (towards the back of the school) to drop off as to not back up the entrance at the top of Lion’s Den (front of the school). This way faculty and students have access to the entrances into the lot and we won’t back up onto Bartholow or block buses from exiting the front lot onto Lion’s Den.
  1. Non-Sidewalk Side of Lion’s Den Rd
  • When using the Non-Sidewalk area, please pull into the parking lot to drop off so students can use one of the two crosswalks.

Dismissal:

  • The front lot is not open for pickup until 2:30 or after the buses leave.
  • The gym side parking lot (junior lot) is Open for pickup. Enter off of Bartholow and circle around by the tennis courts and pick up at the entrance to the gym doors. Follow the loop around and exit back onto Bartholow. Please do not use interior lanes for pickup. We will stop traffic out of this parking lot when the buses are ready to leave in order to allow them to get out onto Bartholow more easily.
  • The stadium parking lot (senior lot) is a pickup area as there is a thru street called Lion’s Den rd. With 2 entrances to that side of the school and many entrances into and out of the lot onto Lion’s Den, there is more room for traffic to build up. We ask that if you are picking up a student that you enter off of Johnsville road onto Lion’s Den and come up by the stadium starting at 2:00 pm. Please pull into the lot and park until dismissal. We ask that unless you are picking someone up that is handicapped that you park in spots not designated handicap.  All the entrances into the lot, except the one closest to the stadium, will be coned off around 2:10 to funnel traffic out one way. Please do not enter from Bartholow onto Lion’s Den after 2:00 pm. Buses are starting to line up at that time.
  • The only pick up areas at this time are the 2 side lots. The road by the stadium leading behind the school is not a pickup area. Parking by the stadium whether on Lion’s Den or the access road behind the home bleachers is not a designated area for pickup. Please do not park there to wait for your child.
  • Please do not enter Lion’s Den or the front lot from Bartholow until all buses are gone from the school. This will be around 2:30. Dismissal last approximately 8 – 10 minutes max.

We appreciate your cooperation in helping us get everyone in and out in a timely manner, yet keeping our students, faculty, parents, and visitors safe at those times.