Mike Preston's report card in Week 3
Ellicott City

Howard schools hold safe driving presentations for students

Any Howard County high school student who plans on driving to school any time during the school year must attend a safe driving presentation at one of the 12 county high schools in the coming weeks with a parent or guardian to get a parking pass.

Permits cost $15. Students and parents may attend the presentation at any high school.

Remaining presentations are as follows:

Aug. 22 –          6 p.m., Howard High School

                        6 p.m., Long Reach High School

                        6 p.m., Reservoir High School

                        7 p.m., Marriotts Ridge High School

Aug. 26 –          6 p.m., Mount Hebron High School

Aug. 27 –          6 p.m., Glenelg High School

                        6 p.m., Reservoir High School

                        7 p.m., Atholton High School

                        7 p.m., Wilde Lake High School

Aug. 28 –          6:30 p.m., Centennial High School

                        7 p.m., Marriotts Ridge High School

Aug. 29 –          6 p.m., Howard High School

Sept. 4 –          6 p.m., Oakland Mills High School

                        7 p.m., Hammond High School

Sept. 25 –          7 p.m., Hammond High School

Oct. 9 –          6 p.m., Oakland Mills High School

Nov. 12 –          6 p.m., Oakland Mills High School

Nov. 18 –          6 p.m., Mount Hebron High School

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