The last day of school for Kindergarten – 11th grade is Friday, June 13. The last day for Pre-Kindergarten is Wednesday, June 11.
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The Harford County Public School System maintains a reasonably uniform system of
education for its youth, providing educational experiences and opportunities designed
to meet unique student needs. Curriculum in various skill areas, in the academic
disciplines, and in the arts is developed, implemented, evaluated and revised on
a systemwide basis so that each student receives a well-balanced, carefully articulated,
and appropriately diversified education.
Curriculum provides the organization and structure for that which is to be learned,
so that the instructional and assessment practices of teachers facilitate student
mastery of the essential learnings. In order for students to demonstrate the highest
levels of mastery of the learnings established by the Harford County Public School
System, the curriculum must be designed, developed, and implemented with the appropriate
scope, focus, balance, and alignment so that effective direction is given to instructional
and assessment practices.
Like all other successful school systems, the Harford County Public School System
must continually ensure through curriculum that what is taught continues to reflect
the very best knowledge and practice in all subject areas. A strong, responsive
curriculum conveys a powerful, positive vision connecting students to the future.
Students must be enabled, through curriculum, to envision that future and must be
prepared to successfully meet the challenges and issues, which will confront them.
The Harford County Public Schools Curriculum is comprised of the following Academic
The Harford County Public School System believes that student learning is facilitated
when instruction accommodates diversity among students. The success of the school
system relies on the collaborative efforts of all school system personnel. Instructional
Support Programs provide the needed assistance to administrators, teachers, instructional
assistants and students.
Instructional Support Services are provided in the following areas:
The Student Services Division is an articulated continuum of programs and services
designed to provide the opportunity for all students to achieve maximum benefit
from their educational experience.
Student Services are provided in the following areas:
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