New schedule March 1

Fri, 02/26/2021 - 7:55am


Dear Patapsco Families,


ALL FAMILIES need to know that starting on Monday, March 1st, there will be a change to our daily schedule.  It will be expected that ALL STUDENTS, those who are physically in the building, and those who will continue to engage with instruction virtually, follow this updated schedule, beginning on Monday, March 1st.  This will be our schedule for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.  You can find a downloadable  version HERE-.  Here is our new schedule. Information is also posted on our website here.

Finally, please be reminded that the transition to Hybrid Instruction will take place in four different phases (Link to HCPSS Hybrid Transition Information):

Phase 1- March 1st- Group E Students return to building 5-days a week.

Phase 2- March 15th- Pre-K-2 students in Groups A & B return to schools two days a week.

Phase 3- March 29th- Grades 3–5, 6, 9, 12 and ARL students in Groups A & B return to schools two days a week

Phase 4-April 12th- All remaining students (grades 7 and 8) return to schools two days a week.

Returning are for those whose families indicated to return to in-person instruction for the spring of 2021. Families who chose to remain virtual will continue to follow the new schedule virtually.

Additionally, information regarding Group A and Group B is available now: 

GROUP A: Mondays and Tuesdays

  • Monday, March 29: Grade 6;

  • Monday, April 12: Grades 7-8

Group B: Thursdays and Fridays
  • Thursday, April 1: Grade 6;

  • Thursday, April 15: Grades 7-8

A/B group designation also is available in HCPSS Connect. Parents/guardians may view your child’s group designation at any time by taking the following steps:

  1. Log in to HCPSS Connect Synergy Using parent/guardian credentials

  2. Select Student Info from the left panel

  3. Scroll down to the Other Data section to see the Student group for the attendance field.

Please continue to visit the HCPSS Website regularly for updated information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions



Mike Babe