School Services

Meals: Lunch & Breakfast

Menus, Nutrition, Prices and Payment Information and more!

Please visit the HCPSS Food and Nutrition Services wed-page for all the information you need.

 

Direct Student Services

Pupil Personnel

Lucy Hollis has joined our EMMS family as our new Pupil Personnel Worker and can be reached at Lucy_Hollis@hcpss.org. For more information about what Lucy does, please visit the following HCPSS website: https://www.hcpss.org/schools/pupil-personnel-services/.

ESOL

ESOL students @ EMMS
We want all of our students to feel welcome and comfortable!
Please contact Allison Lenetsky at Allison_Lenetsky@hcpss.org so your schedule is ready to go and you have what you need to start the year with success.

Speech

Speech Language Pathology students @ EMMS
We want all of our students to feel welcome and comfortable!
Please contact Denise Reid-Dubose at Denise_Reid-Dubose@hcpss.org so your schedule is ready to go and you have what you need to start the year with success. Also, Mrs. Reid-Dubose is currently scheduled to be at EMMS on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays ONLY.

Vision

Vision students @ EMMS
We want all of our students to feel welcome and comfortable!
Please contact Kimberly Durkan at Kimberly_Durkan@hcpss.org so your schedule is ready to go and you have what you need to start the year with success.

Health Room

Immunization Requirements:

It is a MD State law that all children entering 7th grade have 2 additional immunizations (Tdap and MCV4) before September 4, 2018.

If your child has received the vaccines PLEASE send a copy to the Health Room by fax (410-465-1542 or 410-313-2845), mail, drop off to Front Office, or scan & email it to Tonya Barksdale. Failure to provide proof of updated immunizations or proof of a scheduled appointment within 20 calendar days from the first day of school (September 4, 2018) will result in your student being excluded from school. If you have questions, please contact our Health Assistant, Tonya Barksdale.

Cell Phone Policy as it relates to Sick Students :

Students who become ill while at school must come to the health room to be evaluated. Please discuss with your student that he/she should not use his/her cell phone to call/text parents for pick-up during the school day. Students who feel ill    should report directly to the health room and parents will be contacted, as needed, once students are seen by our nurse. If your child calls/texts you during the school day, please tell him/her to go to the health room and the staff will contact you directly.

If you have questions, please contact our Cluster Nurse, Stacy Naecker or Health Assistant, Tonya Barksdale. Thank you very much for helping keep all our students healthy!

A Note from the School Nurse:

This is a reminder that good hand washing and covering sneezes and coughs with tissues and sleeves are essential steps to preventing the spread of "germs." Also, remember that despite concerns about school attendance, your children's health (and the health of other children) is most important of all. For this reason, we ask you to please:

Call the school nurse to let us know if your child is absent with a contagious illness such as strep throat, or the flu etc. Please provide any documentation from your physician about diagnosis and release to return to school. (Ear and sinus infections, while often a reason for keeping a child home, are usually not contagious.)

Keep your child home if he/she has a fever of over 100.0. A fever indicates that your child has an infection that could be passed to other students. If you give your child Motrin or Tylenol, the fever will, of course, disappear but he/she will still be contagious to others. Children must be fever-free for 24 hours (without medication) before returning to school!

Have your children was their hands properly after using the restrooms and prior to eating.

If the doctor prescribes medication for your child, please make sure he/she takes it as directed-which means the right amount at the right time and without missing doses.

Accident and Medical Insurance

Accident Insurance

The school system does not carry medical insurance for accidents that occur at school, including non-sport related injuries, such as trips and falls, physical education injuries, and recess/playground injuries. Thus, parents are encouraged to enroll students in the accident insurance program offered through HCPSS.

Learn more about how to obtain accident insurance →

Medical Insurance

The Maryland Children’s Health Insurance Program (MCHIP) is available for families, pregnant women, and children in need of medical insurance. Applications are available through the school health assistant or by contacting the Howard County Health Department at 410-313-7500.

Find out more about qualifying for MCHIP →