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The HCPS Communications Office is responsible for the school system’s public relations and communications efforts including marketing, internal communications, community engagement, media relations, etc. Educational public relations is a planned, systematic management function, designed to help improve the programs and services of the school system. It relies on a comprehensive, two-way communication process involving both internal and external publics with the goal of stimulating better understanding of the role, objectives, accomplishments and needs of HCPS. The goal of the Communications Office is to assist in interpreting public attitudes, identify and help shape policies and procedures in the public interest, and carry on involvement and information activities which earn public understanding and support. The Manager of Communications manages and coordinates these communications efforts and serves as the school system's chief spokesperson. The office aims to support the district's mission, vision and goals by building strong relationships with stakeholders, aligning messages for key initiatives and programs, and engaging the community in two-way communication targeted to their needs.

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TV & Multimedia

Harford County Public Schools Media
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On Air
Harford Cable Network
(Comcast Channel 21, Armstrong Channel 7,
Verizon FiOS Channel 31)

Harford Cable Network (HCN) now has a channel on Verizon FiOS! Check out these shows on HCN Comcast Channel 21, Armstrong Channel 7 and Verizon FiOS Channel 31.

To request a DVD/VHS copy of a program aired on HCN, please contact the Harford Cable Network .

Board of Education Meetings

The Harford County Board of Education Meetings are streamed live here during Board Meetings on Monday. The latest Harford County Board of Education business meeting, sponsored by HAR-CO Maryland Federal Credit Union. For more information about the Board Meetings, please visit the

Board of Education Meeting Information Page

To view older Board Meetings please Click Here


This Harford Cable Network (HCN) program is dedicated to featuring positive, kids-oriented current events in Harford County. From local events and sports, to fitness and art, KidsTVNews provides useful information for kids of all ages. This program features the Cool Harford Schools segment, which highlights topics specific to Harford County Public Schools. The KidsTVNews website .

High School Game of the Week

Harford County High School athletes from throughout the county go head to head in weekly competition. Sports include football, soccer, volleyball, lacrosse, field hockey, cheerleading, tennis, golf & swimming.

For more information about HCPS Athletics, visit the Athletics Home Page .

To view archieved High School Games of the Week Click Here

All County Band

All County Band Concerts held at various schools.

For more information about All-County Music Program, visit the Music Department Home Page .

All County Chorus

Combined chorus made up of vocalists from various high schools throughout Harford County.

For more information about All-County Music Program, visit the Music Department Home Page .

Teacher of the Year
2023 Teacher of the Year
Michael Brogley
C. Milton Wright High School
Social Studies Teacher
2023 Teacher of the Year

Michael Brogley is a Social Sciences teacher at C. Milton Wright High School with fifteen years of experience. He holds a Master’s degree in Instruction, Curriculum, and Assessment through Walden University and received his Secondary Education certification through Towson University. Mr. Brogley was a 2017 HCPS Teacher of the Year Finalist who has dedicated his career to community building inside and outside of the classroom as adviser to the National Honor Society, Creator and Founder of the Stand Up for Autism fundraiser, Coordinator of the HCPS Student Page Program, and a member of CMW’s SPA Team.

Michael Brogley

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Hall of Fame

HCPS Hall of Fame Members

The Harford County Public School System began an Educator Hall of Fame program in October, 2000. Each month, during the school year, one former HCPS educator is inducted into the Hall of Fame based on their outstanding service to students, colleagues, and the community for at least 20 years. The prospective Hall of Fame members are nominated by the Harford County Retired School Personnel Association and confirmed by the Board of Education. The inductees (or their families in case the inductee is not available or is deceased) are invited to a Board of Education meeting where they are recognized with plaques, certificates from school and government officials, and are prominently featured on the school system website,

Hall of Fame Nomination Form (applications accepted year-round)  

View a complete list of Harford County Public Schools Hall of Fame Members  

Contact Us

Communications Office
102 South Hickory Avenue
Bel Air, MD 21014

Map and Directions

Phone: (410) 588-5203
Fax: (410) 893-2478