Hazelwood Winter News Letter

January 2020

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“You can't be what you can't see.”-Marian Wright Edelman

Greetings Hazelwood Family,

I am contacting you with an important message.

For the second semester, City Schools will expand OPTIONAL learning to traditional schools with students in kindergarten through 5th grade as well as 9th-grade students and high school seniors.

Our school will host OPTIONAL in-person learning opportunities. Participation is OPTIONAL: families may elect to participate in in-person learning OR continue with virtual learning.
Please let your child’s teacher and myself know what you would like to do. Either have your child attend In-Person or Continue learning Virtual.

We will be capping the in-person classes to 10 students per class on a first come first serve basis with two cohorts per grade as we adhere to CDC safety guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID-19. Wednesdays will continue as virtual intervention days.

For general questions about optional in-person learning opportunities for the second semester, please review the helpful FAQ on the City Schools website – www.baltimorecityschools.org.
• A Virtual Family Town Hall will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, January 21, on Facebook and Twitter (@baltcityschools) as well as City Schools TV on YouTube.

Click Link to Register for in person Learning


Thank you,
Principal Rice

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WE are Forever grateful for the many contributions of Dr. King. Enjoy a day of Service and reflection in honor of Dr. King.


Black small squareThe Other America: https://youtu.be/dOWDtDUKz-U

Black small squareThe Three Evils of Society: https://youtu.be/6sT9Hjh0cHM

Black small squareWhere Do We Go From Here?: https://youtu.be/HagCA3FytMU

LF B’ham Jail

#MLKDayofService #MLKDay #MLKWeekend
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Free Winter Admission

Free admission for all Maryland school students! To receive free admission on any day that we are open, drop by our website to sign up or just bring along a school ID or report card when you visit the Maryland Science Center this winter. http://bit.ly/FreeMDSci
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Fun with illustrator Bryan Collier

The Reginald F. Lewis museum will host a Free Family Event 1/30/2021. Register today!! See details below.

Join children’s illustrator Bryan Collier in a virtual presentation and reading on his latest children’s books. All Because You Matter is a heart-lifting love letter to Black and brown children everywhere: reminding them how much they matter while Thurgood is an inspiring picture-book biography on the first black justice on the Supreme Court and a giant of the civil rights movement. Children will explore his wonderful artwork and discover how he brings heroes and stories to life. Collier is a six-time Coretta Scott King, four-time Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator.

Register Here
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Show your school spirit and Smiles

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  • Mon, Jan 25, 2021 Fri, May 28, 2021
  • Free virtual English as a Second Language classes available!

    We continue collaborating with AACC to offer these classes to our community members. These classes are done virtually, in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings, several times a week. They are 8 to 10-week courses, in 4 different levels, and they are completely free of charge!

    If you would like to sign up, please fill in the following form (in English or Spanish). Someone from the College will contact you to level test you, and let you know what days and times available for your particular level:

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Young Playwrights Festival

Center Stage 20/21 Young Playwrights Festival Open Call is officially OPEN! Start drafting those plays!!

Learn more about YPF here: http://ow.ly/ziRn50CStxA
Join the PSC for PUSHOUT. This series features screenings of the PUSHOUT documentary, keynotes, and discussions on the punitive practices and policies in schools that disrupt Black girls’ well-being. Eventbrite Link: http://ow.ly/wM6T50D0Qfe CEs Link: http://ow.ly/yBMk50D0Qfd
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Registration for our new Rec2Tech youth programming is now open! Sign up to take part in 3D printing, T-shirt design and more! Register at HTTPS://bit.ly/2JQ3INy , or reach to Barnard Smit at bsmit@umaryland.edu for more information.

Youth Media Opportunity

Do you have a scholar interested in video and visual storytelling? If so, Wide Angle Youth Media is currently enrolling for their 2021 Spring courses. They are FREE for Baltimore City middle and high school students. To learn more, visit https://www.wideanglemedia.org/spring-2021-course-catalog
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Volunteer Opportunities for Youth

Summer Volunteer Opportunities for youth. Scholars must be at least 14 yrs old. See park Parks & People Foundation opportunity below.

Starting to think about volunteer opportunities for this summer? We’ve opened up applications for SuperKids Camp volunteers for 2021! While we won’t know the exact format of camp until later this spring based on what is best for the health and safety of our community, we are accepting applications! Apply at HTTP://BIT.LY/PARKSANDPEOPLE
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Next week is Young Audiences Early Learning Week! Starting Feb 1: 5 days of FREE, live-streamed programs for young learners, families, caregivers & educators - led by our amazing teaching artists. Artist residencies, assemblies PD & more! Register here: https://www.yamd.org/early-learning-week/
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January 12, 2020

Join the Office of Enrollment, Choice, and Transfers tomorrow January 13 to learn about the school choice process and timeline and get answers to your questions. We will also talk about changes to the composite score formula for this year and changes to applying to schools with entrance criteria.

The event will be streamed live on Facebook and YouTube.

Únase a la Oficina de Inscripción, Elección y Transferencias mañana 13 de enero para conocer el proceso y el cronograma de elección de escuela y obtener respuestas a sus preguntas. También hablaremos sobre los cambios en la fórmula de puntaje compuesto para este año y los cambios en la aplicación a las escuelas con criterios de ingreso.

El evento se transmitirá en vivo en Facebook y YouTube.


Join Commissioner Sykes tomorrow January 13, at 4:00 P.M. He wants to hear from fellow students to ensure they have a voice in the decisions being made that affect them. Sessions will be held on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. The second Wednesday sessions will be a group format and the fourth Wednesday sessions will be one-on-one. Sign-ups will be available until 4:00 P.M. on the day of the sessions.

For more information please e-mail at KMSykes@bcps.k12.md.us or on social media at itsmr.sykes on IG or KyreeSykes03 on Twitter

Sign up HERE


Únase al Comisionado Sykes mañana 13 de enero a las 4:00 p.m. Quiere escuchar a sus compañeros de estudios para asegurarse de que tengan voz en las decisiones que se toman que les afectan. Las sesiones se llevarán a cabo el segundo y cuarto miércoles de cada mes. Las sesiones del segundo miércoles tendrán un formato de grupo y las sesiones del cuarto miércoles serán individuales. Las inscripciones estarán disponibles hasta las 4:00 p.m. el día de las sesiones.

Para obtener más información, envíe un correo electrónico a KMSykes@bcps.k12.md.us o en las redes sociales a itsmr.sykes en IG o KyreeSykes03 en Twitter

Regístrese AQUÍ

Families are invited to attend one of four information sessions as City Schools begins planning for the 2021-22 budget. These events will help us gather input from the community about areas where we, as a district, should be investing in for the 2021-22 school year.

Thursday, January 14 is the first meeting. Tune in on Facebook and Youtube.

Se invita a las familias a asistir a una de las cuatro sesiones de información a medida que City Schools comienza a planificar el presupuesto 2021-22. Estos eventos nos ayudarán a recopilar opiniones de la comunidad sobre las áreas en las que nosotros, como distrito, deberíamos invertir para el año escolar 2021-22.

El jueves 14 de enero es la primera reunión. Sintonice Facebook y Youtube.

More Information/Más información


Second-quarter Progress Report grading is now available to view using the Campus Portal. For more information available here.

Families in schools not following the traditional school calendar should refer to the trimester and exception school calendar for additional information about the posting of progress reports.


La calificación del Informe de progreso del segundo trimestre ahora está disponible para verla usando el Portal del campus. Para más información disponible aquí.

Las familias en las escuelas que no siguen el calendario escolar tradicional deben consultar el calendario escolar de excepción y de trimestre para obtener información adicional sobre la publicación de informes de progreso.

Join City Schools' Family University and the Holistic Life Foundation every Thursday in January at 5:30 p.m. for chair-based yoga sessions for families.

Únase a Family University y Holistic Life Foundation de City Schools todos los jueves de enero a las 5:30 p.m. para sesiones de yoga en silla para familias.

Click to attend/ Haga clic para asistir


City Schools will be hosting a town hall for families on January 21 at 5:30 p.m. to share updates and answer questions.

The event will be streamed live on Facebook and YouTube.


City Schools organizará un ayuntamiento para familias el 21 de enero a las 5:30 p.m. para compartir actualizaciones y responder preguntas.

El evento se transmitirá en vivo en Facebook y Youtube

City Schools encourages 11th and 12th-grade students to apply to be part of the Bard Sequence dual enrollment program this spring, an opportunity to earn free, transferrable college credits by taking exciting new social science courses. For more information and a link to the application, please email sequence@bec.bard.edu. Applications are due January 15.

City Schools alienta a los estudiantes de 11 ° y 12 ° grado a postularse para ser parte del programa de inscripción dual Bard Sequence esta primavera, una oportunidad para obtener créditos universitarios transferibles y gratuitos al tomar nuevos y emocionantes cursos de ciencias sociales. Para obtener más información y un enlace a la solicitud, envíe un correo electrónico a sequence@bec.bard.edu. Las solicitudes deben presentarse hasta el 15 de enero.

Arts Everyday partnered with Baltimore City students to curate an online art exhibition. The 2021 10X10 Exhibit theme is VOICE. Be sure to check out how some of our students used their VOICE through the arts. The exhibit is on view from January 11 through February 28.

Arts Everyday se asoció con estudiantes de la ciudad de Baltimore para comisariar una exhibición de arte en línea. El tema de la exposición 2021 10X10 es VOZ. Asegúrese de ver cómo algunos de nuestros estudiantes usaron su VOZ a través de las artes.La exhibición estará abierta del 11 de enero al 28 de febrero.

More Information/Más información


January 13

Choice Information Session, 4:00 P.M.

Speak Up Reach Out" with Student Commissioner Kyree Sykes, 6:00 P.M.

January 14

District Budget Priorities Information Session, 5:00 P.M.

January 18

Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Schools and Offices closed

January 19

Operations Meeting, 10:30 A.M.

Policy Meeting, 3:30 P.M.

January 20

District Budget Priorities Information Session: Community Partners 6:00 P.M.

January 21

Parent & Community Advisory Board (PCAB) Meeting

District Budget Priorities Information Session: Youth 4:00 P.M.

Mindfulness Thursday, 4:00 P.M.


13 de Enero

Sesión de información sobre opciones, 4:00 p.m.

Speak Up Reach Out "con la comisionada estudiantil Kyree Sykes, 6:00 P.M.

14 de Enero

Sesión de información sobre prioridades presupuestarias del distrito, 5:00 p.m.

18 de Enero

Día de Martin Luther King Jr., escuelas y oficinas cerradas

19 de Enero

Reunión de operaciones, 10:30 A.M.

Reunión de políticas, 3:30 P.M.

20 de Enero

Sesión de información sobre prioridades presupuestarias del distrito: Socios comunitarios 6:00 P.M.

21 de Enero

Reunión de la Junta Asesora de Padres y la Comunidad (PCAB)

Sesión de información sobre las prioridades presupuestarias del distrito: Jóvenes 4:00 p.m.

Mindfulness jueves, 4:00 p.m.

Want to stay up to date on the happenings at City Schools?

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Join Action for Happiness for #HappierJanuary with daily actions to boost happiness for yourself and others. Let’s get 2021 off to a happier start Grinning face https://actionforhappiness.org/january
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Give Taco Tuesday a fresh veggie spin by subbing your tortillas with lettuce! It adds the perfect crunch and comes packed with vitamins and minerals like calcium, potassium and vitamin A, C and K. Simply fill with your favorite taco toppings for a yummy dinner.


PREP TIME:15 minutes

TOTAL TIME:15 minutes


  • 1 pound lean ground turkey
  • 2 tablespoons taco seasoning
  • 8 Green Giant™ Fresh Romaine lettuce leaves
  • 1/2 cup lowfat shredded Mexican blend cheese
  • 6 Victory Garden® grape tomatoes, diced
  • 1 Avocados From Mexico avocado, diced
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Now that we've let go of 2020...

Maybe there are a few more things we should get rid of as we start the new year. More things such as, well, things.

Being surrounded by clutter can increase our stress and reduce our productivity and focus. Not the way to get the new year off to a great start.

The Frugal Girl blog offers some helpful tips for decluttering as a family:

  • Involve even very young children.
  • Start small -- with just a drawer or just a toy box or closet.
  • Sort things into categories (like books or toys or clothes) and then decide whether to keep, recycle, donate, sell, or throw away.
  • If you are getting rid of things, do it quickly.
  • Create new storage systems for the things you decide to keep. Make sure they are easy for your children to reach and understand.

As iconic organizer Marie Kondo says, ask of each item, "Does it bring me joy? If it does, keep it. If not, dispose of it.

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Winter is here!

We love winter — from savory foods to snowball fights to cuddling on the couch, the cold weather offers lots of family activities. Check out our blog for five ways to have fun in the winter — each one appealing to one of the five senses: https://bit.ly/2LJDeOD

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Just a reminder if scholars have to leave the home, Bundling up and staying dry are two of the best things you can do to stay safe from cold temperatures. Wear layers to stay warm and continue wearing a mask to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Learn to protect yourself from the cold at: http://weather.gov/safety/cold

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Do you know your families sleep number ?

How many zzz’s does your child need every night? Here are some guidelines to help you determine whether your child is getting the sleep they need to grow, learn, and play. http://ow.ly/BttJ50Cduee
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Please stop by HEMS campus to pick up learning materials if you have not done so already. The office will be open until 2:00 pm M-F. Call 410-396-9098 to arrange a pickup.

Early Learning January Calendars

January activity calendars are here! Here are some great activities to support Pre-K learning at home using simple materials you probably already have! linktr.ee/GreatFuturesStartEarly
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HEMS Scholar Resource Hub

Greetings HEMS Scholars and Families,

Are You Resource Ready? Drop by our new 24/7 Scholar Resource Hub. That's right, we want our scholars to have resources at their fingertips. Check it out today! It's something for everyone. This link can be viewed on all devices.

This hub will be utilized to post up to date Resources, Out of School Time Activities, Virtual field trips links, Mentoring Programs, Tutoring Programs, Academic Activities, Youth Supports, Youth job opportunities, Fun Family Engagements and so much more.. Parents please share with your scholars. Place a book mark on your devices or add to your scholars favorites list. Feel free to Share with your Friends and Family. If you have a need or interest you would like to see included, please email Mrs. Webb : tcwebb@bcps.k12.md.us #HEMSstayconnected


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Baltimore Kids Chess League

Welcome to the 2020/2021 Baltimore Kids Chess League! We are excited to announce the launch of Think Like a King software that we will be using to learn and play chess virtually this year. We’re very excited to have added an entire online learning system to our program! This will give you access to wonderful online chess learning materials, whenever you want. All of these materials are online, so you will not need to install any software at home. In order to get access, you will need to CREATE a new online account. Calling grades from k - 8 who want to be on the chess team. The introduction meeting will be this Wednesday. Any question please contact Mr. Lyons chess coach. rlyons01@bcps.k12.md.us.

Please click this link to get to our Online Learning System Registration form:

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Registration for our new Rec2Tech youth programming is now open! Sign up to take part in 3D printing, T-shirt design and more! Register at HTTPS://bit.ly/2JQ3INy , or reach to Barnard Smit at bsmit@umaryland.edu for more information.
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Early Release Days

January 6, 2021
February 3, 2021
March 3, 2021
April 7, 2021
May 5, 2021
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Attention Parents of 8th grade students,

High School Choice is right around the corner. In the next few days, you will receive a flyer for the High School Choice Parent meeting. At this meeting, you will learn about the HS choice process, applications, composite scores and so much more. Please stay tuned for the exact date and flyer.

In the meantime, here is some information for you to note and some important dates to remember!


October through December – Schools hold open houses and shadow days

Late November– Choice Guides and applications distributed to schools

Composite Scores available- Week after Thanksgiving Break (November 2020)

December 4th – Virtual School Choice Fair launches

January 19, 2021 : Auditions for BSA ( Baltimore School of the Arts)

January 22nd – Choice applications due

March 5th – Students begin receiving placement letters; 2nd round of the Choice process begins

Important tip ! Turn in complete your child's High School Choice application On time!

The HS Choice application will be available online via the Parent Portal

High School Choice Guides will be available on the Baltimore City Schools Website.



Contact Ms. Robinson

HEMS Guidance Department for Questions


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Click Me to view monthly menus

City Schools provides healthy breakfast and lunch options to all City Schools students for free. Supper and snacks are also available. Please take a look at the menus below to see what's being served this month.

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Need some homework help this school year? Teens ages 11-18 may join the Pratt Teens server on Discord to get LIVE homework help in English, Reading, Math, Social Sciences, and other subjects from a Morgan State University student. (Please be advised that Discord does not allow accounts under age 13; a parent will need to create the account.)

Drop-in hours:

Monday - Friday 1:00PM - 5:00PM

Saturdays 10:00AM - 1:00PM

To access the server, apply below:


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JOIN THE Girlfriends Book CLUB

Stress-free group for girls, that encourages reading, vocabulary expansion, comprehension skills, and confidence

HELP US EARN with Box tops

Did you know, the Box Tops for Education Program has gone digital! Check and Scan your receipts!! Download App https://btfe.smart.link/c2jjdifkw?referral_code=IZTK189C Please remember to choose HAZELWOOD ELMENTARY SCHOOL : 9675833

BCPSS Campus Portal Sign Up

Families, create a Campus Portal account or update your contact information to make sure you receive important calls and texts from the district. For more information visit, https://baltimorecityschools.org/campus-portal

Distance Learning Resources

City School students will participate in distance learning each day, in real time, with their teachers. Instructional materials and lessons will be accessed online using applications provided by City Schools. All students in need will be provided with a laptop to attend classes, access online platforms, complete assignments and communicate with teachers.

Distance learning for the start of school will follow each student’s individual schedule. All student schedules for the 2020-2021 school year will be available via Campus Portal. Attendance will be taken daily. If your child needs a laptop but was not able to receive one on or before the first day of school, there will be no penalties for lessons they are unable to complete or for missed attendance. Students and families must notify their school each day they are without a laptop so our records are updated, students are credited and students receive a laptop as soon as one becomes available.

Students must log in to use Zoom. Learn how by clicking the "Zoom Sign-In Directions" button below

All students should log into Zoom before attending live sessions. Beginning Thursday, September 17, ONLY authenticated users will be able to access district Zoom meetings. If students do not log in, they will be unable to engage in live sessions.To learn more, scroll down the page to the button about Zoom.

Student Support Hotline

The Student Support Line will provide live assistance to parents/families to resolve concerns Monday through Friday – please call 443-984-2001. The hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Stay connected and learning virtually thanks to Comcast and T-Mobile. Families that do not have high-speed internet at home and cannot afford the monthly costs may qualify for free internet and/or a hotspot. https://baltimorecityschools.org/internet-access
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Clever Portal

Clever Portal

The Clever Portal is used by students, parents and teachers -- in school, at home, or on the go -- to easily access grades and personalized learning applications like Ck-12 Foundation, I-Ready, Khan Academy, Learning A-Z, Springboard, and others.

(Click here for a full list of applications.)

Desktop Computer Access


Mobile Access

For technical assistance, please contact the Service Desk at ServiceDesk@bcps.k12.md.us or 443-984-2000.

K-3 English Language Arts At Home Activities

Calling all K-3 families! Learn about what your child is learning in English Language Arts and activities to do at home. Go to http://ow.ly/wEJS50BWsp4 to access the tip sheets.

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Stay in the "Know"...... Click Topics below for more information...

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HEMS Uniforms Policy

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Did you know? The Enoch Pratt Social Worker in the Library Program, connects families to services that help with food access, job applications, paying bills, healthcare and more. For more information contact Colleen Jordon- socialworker@prattlibrary.org
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Need Support discussing the election with your scholars. Please see below Links for BCPSS recommended resources and articles.

Discussing Politics and the Election With Your Children


How to Talk to Kids About Election 2020 and the Ugly


How To Talk To Your Kids About The Election


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Join @BlkMentalHealth

Mind Health: Shop Talk "Move, Feel, Heal: Moving through Emotions" on December 8th at 6pm. Register: https://shoptalkdec8.eventbrite.com
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HEMS Link Tree

HEMS... Stay Connected... Find Important Links to information and resources at your finger tips

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HEMS Families Stay Healthy and Safe click below for more information

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Eat the Rainbow

Colorful fruits and vegetables are full of antioxidants. These nutrients guard against free radicals, molecules that can harm your cells. To get a wide range, go for oranges, green peppers, broccoli, kiwi, strawberries, carrots, watermelon, papaya, leafy greens, and cantaloupe.

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BE Safe Mask On...

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Quick Help accessing Zoom, Clever, and Google

Need quick help accessing Zoom, Clever, Google, or other distance-learning tools? Visit our Distance Learning webpage today at https://baltimorecityschools.org/distance-learning…. There are several parent-friendly documents to get you on track. #WeAreAllLearning
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PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE MAIN HARBEL,Community Organization's main phone number or email with questions, but follow HARBEL Housing's information on our pages.

Due to COVID-19, HARBEL Housing suspended all group workshops until further notice in compliance with the Maryland social distancing mandate.

In an effort to accommodate our First-Time Home Buyer clients, we are conducting online workshops free of charge. If you have not attended a HARBEL Workshop previously, register for both to meet the HUD 6-Hour Homebuyer Education requirement. If you have already attended the HARBEL First-Time Homebuyer Workshop (Part I) then register for the Pre-Settlement Workshop only.

You must register via the links below:


Part I:
Topic: HARBEL First-Time Homebuyer Workshop
When: January 6, 2021 04:00 - 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this webinar:
Part I:
Topic: HARBEL First-Time Homebuyer Workshop
When: January 20, 2021 04:00 - 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Part II:
Topic: HARBEL Pre-settlement Workshop
When: January 13, 2021 04:00 - 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Part II:
Topic: HARBEL Pre-settlement Workshop
When: January 27, 2021 04:00 - 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

If you have completed a HARBEL homebuyer workshop, but not your pre-settlement workshop and are ready to move forward, submit a completed intake packet, and all required photocopied documents, by following the submission instructions printed on the bright green covered intake and counseling instructions. You received this at your homebuyer workshop. You can complete your counseling while waiting to take the pre-settlement workshop. Receipt of counseling services is subject to change depending on medical conditions.

If you already have met with a counselor and have questions or need assistance, please contact your counselor by email and type their name in the subject line.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this challenging time. Please know that our services are subject to change depending on the current medical situation.


At HARBEL, pre-purchase counseling and credit counseling is scheduled after homebuyer workshop attendance and the completion of HARBEL’s intake packet provided at the homebuyer workshop. Pre-purchase counseling is required for both Baltimore City and Baltimore County buyers, prior to submitting a contract offer on a home. Credit counseling is ideal for potential homebuyer who may have credit issues that must be resolved prior to applying for a mortgage.

HARBEL Housing program that provides direct services will make arrangements, within reasonable financial costs to the agency, for effective communications with persons who have visual, speaking and/or hearing impairments, and/or limited English proficiency. HARBEL Housing will need to have sufficient time to make such arrangements and ensure funding for the expense. As a small nonprofit agency with limited financial resources, HARBEL will work with other nonprofit organizations, advocacy organizations, governmental agencies, community groups, volunteers and professionals to provide the required services. Service will be provided in accordance with any state of federal requirements.


The pre-settlement workshop is required for all Baltimore County buyers and for many Baltimore City buyers, prior to submitting a contract offer on a home. Buyers may only schedule their pre-settlement workshop following attendance at HARBEL’s homebuyer workshop. The three-hour workshop covers: settlement process, home maintenance, safety, home repair and improvements and refinancing.


HARBEL Housing’s office hours are:
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 410-444-9152 | Fax: 410-444-9181
Email: harbelhousing@gmail.com

Contact Mrs. Webb