MHS Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO)
Directions: Click the calendar link, below, for the ELO course and select the date and time that you would like to meet with a teacher.
All ELO tutoring sessions are conducted via Google Meet.
A link will be provided with sign-up confirmation.
English: Tuesday, 3:30-4:30 PM
Click Here For ELO Sign Up: English
Math: Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday, 4-6 PM
Click Here For ELO Sign-Up: Math
Open Resource: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, 4:30-5:30 PM
Click Here For ELO Sign-Up: Open Resource
Hybrid Learning Information
Videos for Cohort Students
Spring Semester 2021
Students interested in driving to school and parking on campus must complete and return the attached parking permit application. Completing the application means that students and parents have read and agree to the MHS parking rules and expectations.
- Any vehicle parked on school property MUST have a visible permit.
- Form must be completed fully and student must present registration and license to obtain parking permit.
- Only students who already have a license may apply for a permit. Students who acquire a license later in the year may apply at that time.
- No fee for permits, but students may be issued fines for not obtaining a permit by Monday, March 1.
- Click Here For Spring 2021 Parking Permit Application
- Applications are also available at MHS, front vestibule.
Support for FCPS Chromebooks and Technology
Student passwords have been reset for the new school year and cannot be changed.
If a student has issues with access, please contact the school at 240-236-7400.
Students who are having problems with FCPS issued devices should first check out the troubleshooting tips on this page. If you are unable to solve your Chromebook issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240-236-7473 between 8:00 AM-3:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Please leave a message with the student's name, the best way to contact you, and the issue that you are having.
The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line is an anonymous reporting system used to report threats to the safety and/or well-being of students. Students, parents, faculty, staff, and members of communities throughout Maryland may use this anonymous, app- and web-based reporting system to share their concerns, such as:
Mental health crises
School and community violence
Other issues affecting our Maryland students
The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line is a tool for proactively addressing harmful situations and helping students who need it. By using a variety of communication modes to support the reporting and routing of tips, The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line empowers the citizens of Maryland to create a culture of preparedness, prevention, and school safety for our students.
For Tip Line information, see the Maryland Center For School Safety website: http://safeschoolsmd.org/
See Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line Flyer here: https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/Frederick/GetFile.aspx?DocId=10985