A Community Resource Guide
Courtesy of Title 1, Judy Center, and Community Schools
Vision for this Resource Guide
Magnolia Elementary, in partnership with Title 1, The Judy Centers at Magnolia and Hall's Cross Roads ES, and the Community School's Initiative, would like for this document to be a one-stop shop of resources and tools to help serve our community.
At the bottom of this ever-updating document is a link to a form - please use that to provide feedback, ask questions, and/or help us build our resource catalog.
Child Care/Child Care Providers
MSDE is pleased to provide the Child Care Pandemic Relief Fund Grant application to all operating child care programs in Maryland.
The Child Care Scholarship Program provides financial assistance with child care costs to eligible working families in Maryland.
The Judy Center provides opportunities for families with children birth to age 5 experiences that promote school readiness skills such as playgroups, fieldtrips and family engagement activities.
The program was designed to promote positive parenting, enhance child health and development and prevent child abuse and neglect.
The Harford County Infants and Toddlers Program provides early intervention services to children, ages birth -5, who have delays in development or who are at risk for developmental delay. Click below to make an online referral.
Head Start defines school readiness as children possessing the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for learning and life. MRDC Head Start program works in partnership with parents and families to make the transition to kindergarten successful.
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The Fuel Fund of Maryland assists by providing navigation through an array of financial and community resources that empower, engage, and safely connect a household in times of crisis.
You may qualify if you are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, and others. Learn how to get connected today!
SNAP provides nutrition benefits to supplement the food budget of needy families so they can purchase healthy food and move towards self-sufficiency.
We not only provide listings of pantries, but we also provide information on: food closets, food banks, soup kitchens, congregate meal locations, food boxes, vouchers, etc.
Children age 18 and under and/or any HCPS student, regardless of age, will receive nutritious breakfast and lunch meal kits in a single pickup.
The Food Giveaway serves to provide fresh and nutritious food to community members in need. You can get plugged in and help with this amazing serving opportunity! These events will honor all state and local guidelines in relation to COVID-19.
The HCAA’s mission is to help all Harford County residents who are experiencing financial hardships in meeting their housing, food, energy/heating, and/or budget and family counseling needs.
To protect, promote, and improve the health, safety, and environment of Harford County residents
If you have never taken a look at this amazing resource, dive in and see all the great tools
Heathy Harford is...dedicated to improving the health of Harford County residents through education, policy changes, access to care, and a focus on social determinants of health.
MPC provides free, quality health care services to Maryland’s HealthChoice enrollees by extending the full benefits of Medicaid. Our strong network of hospitals, doctors, clinics and pharmacies helps our Members live as healthy as possible.
EMRC is a comprehensive behavioral healthcare agency that is based on a holistic, person-centered approach to mental health services for children and families.
Find the Help You Need From One of Our 80 Programs including: behavioral health, community & neighborhood based services, early childhood education & special education, family support, and much more...
The Safe Start Program is an assessment and intervention program for families with children ages two through eleven that provides behavioral management techniques, stress management, problem-solving, budgeting, communication and more...
Key Point Health Services is the designated mental health provider for families of Hall's Cross Roads ES. Click here for more information about the services offered.
New Program in Adult Literacy
Integrated (IET) GED Math prep and Forklift Training
Do you need a high school diploma and training to operate a forklift? The free 9-week course allows students that are 18+ to prepare for the Math GED exam and Forklift Certification simultaneously. The students receive math concept instruction while learning how to operate the Powered Industrial Truck Operator. The hands-on training satisfies the OSHA 1998 Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training requirements and prepares students for the Math GED exam.
- 18+ years of age
- Students must complete a reading and math assessment and score at a 7th-grade level
- Officially withdrawn from K-12 school
For information email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 443-412-2115.
Career and College Readiness Preparation Course
October 25 - November 18
If you earned a high school diploma or GED, and desire to attend college or pursue an industry-recognized workforce credential, HCC offers a four-week Career and College Readiness preparation course. The course prepares students take the Accuplacer exam, offers career and college readiness resource workshops, and assists students in registering for HCC college-level classes or workforce trainings. The program shares information about the Harford Community College experience and campus resources during the four-week interactive session. Sessions meet Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in person (subject to change).
For information and registration, email at email@example.com or contact 443-412-2406. Register directly
The noncredit registration process walk you through registering for workforce and career training programs as well as our many community education and travel programs.
The Housing Choice Voucher Program subsidizes rents for eligible families. It is designed to assist very low-income families, the elderly and the disabled to rent decent, safe and sanitary housing
Harford County government continues to provide rental assistance to households affected by the COVID-19 crisis
The Susquehanna Workforce Network creates solutions to address our region’s most pressing challenges – jobs and the economy
The goal is to connect families, school system staff, and community stakeholders in meaningful partnerships that will help increase student achievement and support wellbeing.
Harford County Public Schools is committed to parental, family and community involvement in the educational process. You will find how to register your child for school, school information and how to find a specific school.
Detailed information to assist you in getting to the places you want and need to go
Magnolia Elementary School Resources
Magnolia Elementary Community School's Survey
Please complete this survey to help us plan future events for parent and community supports, student activities, and family fun! Only one survey per family is needed. Thank you!