Important School News

 Students and parents, please read below about Holabird's online behavior expectations.

As we transition to communicating online instead of in person, we need to keep in mind our Digital Citizenship rules.  When we post online we do not want to criticize our classmates.  We need to remember to be kind and if we wouldn't say it in person we shouldn't say it online.  We want our Holabird family to feel respected and afford everyone the opportunity to respond online.  This is not the time to joke about the virus or write inappropriate comments but to complete the assignments to the best of our ability and to stay on-task.

We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during this extended time off from school.  Parents, please read this COVID -19 resource on tips for having discussions with your children about the virus.

Littlest Eagles here is the link to access e-books from the elementary catalog. Just scroll down to e-books.

Baltimore County Public Library has included information on how to obtain an e-library card if you do not have one and all students can use their student I.D. number to check out ebooks.

Please view this video from Mrs. Smith on how to access curriculum resources and learning resources from home. Please be patient, it starts playing at 25 seconds into the video.

Holabird Middle School's lead results are in this letter.  The results did not test positive for lead.

Holabird's Newsletter for Quarter 2 to 3 is ready for your viewing pleasure.  Please take a look at some of our highlights. As always, we thank you for your support!

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Important information regarding transportation has been included this school year.  Please read the transportation handout so that you are up to date on Baltimore County Public School's policies and procedures.

Students can can checkout up to 5 books and other materials at Baltimore County Public Library.  Please read the directions.

Please read Holabird's School Progress Plan for the 2019-2020 school year.

Baltimore County Public Schools wants parents to be aware of the Universal Emergency Response Procedures that will be followed this year.


Baltimore County Public Schools wants to inform parents about the new enhanced lock down procedures schools will implement this school year.  Please click the ALICE Training image below to familiarize yourself with these procedures.


  • ALICE Training

  • Thanks for your continued support of our school!

    Mrs. Kearns, Principal

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