Inclement Weather Information
(Click the SNOWFLAKE to access the link)
P.E. Classes are Outside
Physical Education classes will be outside until Friday, Dec. 21. As long as the temperature is above 32 degrees and the
fields/courts are clear we will be outside. Please make sure your student is bringing warm clothes and/or a jacket for class every day until that date.
ORMS Holiday Sweater Day!
December 13th students, faculty and staff should wear a holiday sweater.
The sweater can be ugly, pretty, festive or orginial, it's up to you!
Click HERE for the flyer!
ORMS 2018 - 2019 Yearbooks Are On Sale!!!
Click on the picture below to order yours today.
ORMS is accepting donations for the Carroll County & Baltimore County Humane Society.
They are in need of donations for cats & dogs such as: dog food, cat food, treats, toys, used beds and towels.
You can drop your donations off in the Media Center!
The Baltimore County has a pet food bank for those who can't afford pet food.
Click the picture above to view the Master Schedule
How Days Off Change the A/B Schedule:
When schools are closed for snow days, holidays,
professional days, etc.... the day off is not
designated as an A or B Day. The next day that schools
are open will continue the A/B Schedule.
Ex. Friday Mon. Tues.
(B) Day Schools (A) Day
Agenda Books and Student Handbooks
An agenda book will be provided for students. Every student will receive a copy of the Carroll County Public Schools Student Handbook.
Students are expected to have their agenda book at all times and to use it for writing down assignments.
There will be a $5.00 replacement fee for additional school agenda books.
PE Uniforms can be purchased during the 6th Grade Back to School Night
on August 29th and then the first week of school.
PE Uniforms can also be purchased through the PE Dept.
Please have your child see the PE Teachers. You cannot
purchase a uniform at the front office.
Shirts - $10.00/Shorts - $8.00
Cash or Check Only.
(Make check out to ORMS)
Locker Organizers can be purchased for $15.00.
You can purchase one at the front office.
Students with notes for early dismissal will present these notes to the office before morning announcements.
They will be given an early dismissal pass.
Students should give this pass to the teacher of the class they will be leaving.
Check the Lost & Found on the
Stage in the Cafeteria
Changed your Address, Email or Phone Number?
Please send ORMS an email through
or call @ 410-751-3600
After School Activities
Students must have written permission from parents to stay after school.
Bring Your Own Device
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)is a CCPS system initiative to allow students to bring their own electronic devices for educational purposes. At ORMS, students may bring their own devices, but the usage of devices is limited to classrooms only, at the individual teachers’ discretion. This means devices may not be used for non-instructional purposes at any time, including in the hallways, cafeteria or any other non-classroom area. Devices may be used on buses, at the bus drivers’ discretion. Devices MUST be out of sight and silent when not in use.
Going to Private School Next Year? Moving?
If your student will be attending a private school next year instead of Liberty High or ORMS, please notify the counseling office at
ORMS so we can prepare your student’s records.
If you know that you will be moving over the summer and not be returning to ORMS, please contact Mrs. Bankard so she can prepare a
transfer packet for you to take to your new school.
Fidgets & Spinners
Fidgets and Spinners are considered toys, are prohibited in all areas of the building from entry through dismissal, and will be confiscated for parent pick up. While some students may require an item to maintain focus; our counselors, administrators or Special Education staff will work with those students to identify appropriate items that do not create noise or distractions to others.
Food & Drinks in School
Food and Drinks may not be consumed in the hallways. Water in a clear plastic bottle may be carried and consumed throughout the school day, including classrooms, without a doctor’s note. Bottles that are not clear are not permitted. Glass bottles are never permitted, not even in lunch bags. Students may bring “fast-food” type food or drink to breakfast, but the items must be consumed and discarded in the cafeteria. Food items and non-conforming containers observed outside of the cafeteria will be confiscated and possibly discarded.
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