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Welcome to Reisterstown Elementary

‚ÄčReisterstown Elementary

Pamela Oliver-Jones - Principal

Kaia Stevens - Assistant Principal


Vision

The vision of Reisterstown Elementary School is to maintain high academic standards, equipping our students with 21st Century skills needed to become globally competitive and productive citizens.

Mission Statement

Reisterstown Elementary School is committed to educating the whole child while providing a safe and nurturing environment that promotes a passion for lifelong learning, respect for self, others, the learning environment and an appreciation for individual differences.


At Reisterstown Elementary
We Promise to Show Off Our PAWS!

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We are a Maryland Green School
Green School
We are a Baltimore County Passport School

About our School


Reisterstown Elementary School is located in the Northwest area of Baltimore County.  The school first opened its doors on December 2, 1963.  The Reisterstown community is demographically diverse.  The staff is dedicated, caring, and highly professional.  We are privileged to have such an involved and dedicated PTA which supports our students and teachers. 



School Buildings Are Currently Closed


Our school buildings are currently closed due to the impact of COVID-19.  To that end, we continue to provide instruction through Baltimore County Schools’ CONTINUITY OF LEARNING PLAN.  

Teachers Office Hours click link

Links for parents and students during building closer:
BCPS Coronavirus Updates- contains all print materials for at home learning
Resources for Help
Creating a BCPSOne Account

Google Meets Resources:
Signing into Google Chrome
Google Meet Log-on Guide

Using Google Meets at Home

A note from our Counselors:


Hello Reisterstown families, 

First we hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. In these unpredictable times many students are feeling anxious and we want to let you know that we are here for your children. We will have access to email and can make appointments for phone calls or virtual communication during the following times:

Chisholm (jchisholm@bcps.org) – Monday through Friday 1-3pm 

Loranca (mloranca@bcps.org) – (1st and 4thGrade) Monday, Wednesday, and every other Friday

 1 -3pm (April 10th and 24th)


Please email us if you would like for your child to talk to us on the phone or virtually. We will then give you our codes.

 
Below is a good resource for talking to your children about COVID-19:
National Association of School Psychologists
Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource

 

Below are available community resources:    

United Way: 211 

Crisis text line: Text the word "HOME" to 741741 for free 24 hour support 

Maryland Suicide and Crisis Hotline: 1.800.422.0009 

Baltimore County DSS: 410.887.TIME 

Baltimore County Crisis Response: 410.931.2214 

The Trevor Project:  1.866.488.7386 or text START to 678678 

Maryland Food Bank: 410.737.8282 






Important Arrival and Dismissal Information

Arrival begins at 8:05 and continues through 8:20 am. Students who arrive after 8:20 am will be marked tardy.
Please be aware that teachers duty day starts at 8:05 am. Students need to be under the supervision of their parent or guardian until arrival begins and teachers are on duty.

Cars are not permitted in the bus loop from 8:00 am -8:20 am. Students may not be dropped off from a car in the bus loop at this time.  This is a safety issue. Please park your vehicle on Walgrove Road and students may walk to the school using the crosswalks.


Dismissal begins at 2:55 pm. 
Students will not be dismissed for early dismissal after 2:15 pm.

*All early dismissal pick-ups must be made before 2:15 pm.   In the case of a real emergency call the school and we will message the child for parent pick up at 2:55.

 




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