• 13201 New School Road, NW
    Mt. Savage, MD 21545 
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    School Day:
    7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
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  • Welcome to the Mt. Savage School web page! We hope the information contained on this site will provide guidance for parents and students of the Mt. Savage School community. It is our goal to always be a school that welcomes and encourages the participation of parents as partners in educating our students. Please do not hesitate to contact me if there is something you would like us to make available on this page.
    Be sure to check out the Announcements tab for information and upcoming events at Mt. Savage!
    Martin E. Crump
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  • Middle School After School Program - SIGN UP


    We are entering our second year of the Full STEAM Ahead with ACCESS - Public School Opportunity Enrichment grant from the Maryland State Department of Education.


    Complete your application today to participate in the Middle School after school program.   CLICK HERE FOR THE APPLICATION


    We will be offering some new opportunities for students this year including several field trips to places like Frostburg State University, Allegany College of Maryland, Rocky Gap State Park, and Garrett County Adventure Sports. 


    Various community partners will be coming in during programming time to give students unique hands-on experiences not afforded during the regular school time.   These enrichment opportunities focus on a wide variety of topics including character development, environmental issues, dealing with the pressures of middle school, and healthy life choices.


    All students participating will receive an evening meal provided by Allegany County HRDC.


    For more information, please contact Eric VanSlyke, Supervisor of After School Programs, at 301-759-2405 or

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  • Student Arrival and Dismissal Changes
    Student safety is an important consideration in the daily operation of the school, and these are a few items we will be enforcing for the remainder of the year. These items pertain to arrival and dismissal, which can be the most dangerous time of the school day for students. We are requesting that you observe the following procedures in place for the start and end of the day:
    • Do not escort students through the doors at the start of the day.
    • Please drop your child off at the front of the school, and we will get them to the correct location.
    • If you do need to come in the school for office business, please do not leave your car in the loop in front of the school as this creates unnecessary traffic jams.
    • We will no longer dismiss students between the 2:15 – 2:25 time frame. If you need your child for an after school appointment, we request that you pick him/her up prior to 2:15. 
    • Parents and students waiting in the auditorium are to wait until their group is dismissed before leaving at the end of the day. The procedure we have in place is designed to increase student safety and we ask that you obey the staff in charge. 
    Thank you for assisting us in keeping our students safe!
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    Back to School Night activities are scheduled for Thursday, August 30, 2018. The elementary session will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the middle school session will begin at 6:45 p.m. Both events will start in the auditorium for a brief meeting with the administration, followed by time to visit teachers in their classrooms. Middle school parents should bring a copy of their child's schedule so they know which teachers and rooms to visit. 

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    The Allegany County Public Schools is committed to establishing a safe and orderly school environment that fosters the education for the youth of Allegany County.  School attire worn by students may not disrupt the educational mission of the schools.  It is therefore a violation of the rules of the Allegany County Public Schools for a student to dress in a manner that endangers the health or safety of students or others during school hours and school activities or to wear attire that causes a substantial or material disruption to school activities or to the orderly operation of the school. (Book bags are to be kept in lockers.)

    Allegany County Public Schools prohibit the wearing of any of the following:

    1. Attire that causes a health or safety risk for students.  This standard requires that students wear safe shoes or sandals at all times in the school building and prohibits students from wearing sunglasses in the school building during the school day.
    2. Headgear in the school building during the school day (i.e., hats, bandannas, forehead and sweatbands, and visors).  Students in vocational skill areas may wear appropriate safety headgear as directed by their vocational instructors.
    3. Attire that can be used as a weapon (e.g., chains, dog collars, hats with spikes).
    4. Attire that unduly exposes or reveals skin or undergarments. 

    This includes, but is not limited to, the following:

    1. Tops that do not cover the shoulders (e.g., tops that are strapless, tops with spaghetti straps, halter-tops).
    2. Pants, skirts, dress, or tops which due to their cut or because they hang loose expose undergarments.
    3. Shorts that reveal pockets
    4. Bare midriffs
    5. Mesh tops, pants, skirts, or dresses.
    6. Coats or jackets in the classroom.
    7. Attire that depicts gang affiliation (including but not limited to hats, gloves and shirts).
    8. Attire that depicts the use of weapons, or that is obscene, defamatory, or contains profanity.
    9. Attire that promotes the use of tobacco, drugs, alcohol, or other illegal or harmful products.
    10. Attire that contains sexually suggestive messages.
    11. During cold weather months, students should dress appropriately for the weather conditions and parents should use their discretion as to the health and safety needs of their child should they need to be outside for an extended period of time. (i.e. – Bus and school evacuations)

    If the Principal or his/her designee determines that a student has violated the dress code policy, the Principal or his/her designee will allow the student to remove or change the attire.  Attire worn for medical or religious reason shall be given special consideration under this policy.  Additionally, students may be required to make changes to their dress depending on the activity. (i.e., earrings may have to be removed during physical education or intramural sports, hair might have to be worn in a hair net during labs).

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