November 13, 2020
News from the Principal's Desk
Dear Tuscarora Families,
November 16-20 is the week set aside know as American Education Week. Even in the virtual setting we want to celebrate the opportunities we have to learn and grow - as students, teachers and families. It also is a time to remember the simple ways that you can support your child’s education on a daily basis:
One of the ways that you can honor your child's teachers is to encourage your child to turn on their camera during the live synchronous sessions each day. We are finding that when a few students turn their cameras on, many others will follow suit. Make your teacher's day... let them see your face!
Today is World Kindness Day, and I want to draw your attention to a very important event coming up next week at THS. The I Believe in Me Foundation will be holding it's next food drive and flu shot clinic next Thursday at THS. Details are below in the News Section, but I want to stress that this is open to the entire community. We continue to see and recognize the need of our neighbors. The "kind thing" in this instance is to raise awareness, and perhaps bring food assistance to those who you know that need it.
I want to rewind to last Saturday, a great day for the entire Titan community. We have had over 200 people register to participate in the Titan Virtual 5k, and several dozen who came to pick up their t-shirts and run the race on our track. In addition, The Titan SGA and Local love held a very successful canned food drive for our community helping to fill the pantries of those in our community as the weather turns cold. Finally, the Key Club partnered with Sleep In Heavenly Peace, a local organization affiliated with the Frederick Kiwanis Club that builds beds and provides mattresses, sheets and pillows for local kids that don't have these basic necessities. To see all three of these outreach programs collecting, serving, building and supporting (in a safe fashion) made a huge impression. Kindness and service do matter, Titans, and once again you stepped up. A few pictures below.
With gratitude for all Titans who serve,
Christopher Berry, Principal
Looking Ahead - The Weekly Calendar
Saturday, November 14
Sunday, November 15
America Recycles Day
Monday, November 16
American Education Week, November 16-20
Virtual School Block 1
Virtual School Block 2
Self Directed Student Work Time
8:30 - 9:50 AM
10 - 11:20 AM
11:30 AM - 12 PM
12 - 12:30 PM
12:30 - 1:45 PM
1:45 - 3:30 PM
Tuesday, November 17
Virtual School Block 3
Virtual School Block 4
Self Directed Student work Time
8:30 - 9:50 AM
Wednesday, November 18
Virtual School Block 3
Virtual School Block 4
10 - 10:35 AM
10:40 - 11:15 AM
12:30 - 1:05 PM
1:10 - 1:45 PM
Thursday, November 19
Report Cards Mailed
THS in partnership with I Believe in Me Foundation will be hosting free food distribution and flu shot clinic, Bus Loop Parking Lot
Friday, November 20
First Semester Winter Conditioning Ends
Saturday, November 21
Sunday, November 22
See the FCPS calendar.
*Dates and times are subject to change
Keeping You Informed - School News
Local Food Distribution Event at THS
Next Thursday, November 19, Tuscarora High School has partnered with the I Believe in Me Foundation to host a free food distribution and flu shot clinic event for our community beginning at 3 PM. The event is FREE and open to all families in the THS Feeder system community.
If you are not familiar with I Believe in Me, we encourage you to visit their website (click here) or follow their page on Facebook at I Believe in Me INC. I Believe in Me is led by Aje Hill, a long time Frederick resident, and works in tandem with many Frederick county organizations and churches to deal Hope to the residents of Frederick. I Believe in Me has been "Hope Dealing" for about 35 weeks, having served about 40,000 people.
The event will be held in the bus loop parking lot and strict COVID safety guidelines will be followed. Since items are given to families through a drive-through method and tents are used, it is rain or shine .
Wreaths Across America
On Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 12:00 PM, Tuscarora High School Rho Kappa (VA0729P) will be helping Mount Olivet Cemetery to Remember and Honor our veterans by laying Remembrance wreaths on the graves of our country's fallen heroes.
Please help us honor and remember as many fallen heroes as possible by sponsoring remembrance wreaths, volunteering on Wreaths Day, or inviting your family and friends to attend with you. Thank you so much for supporting the Tuscarora High School Rho Kappa (VA0729P) and Wreaths Across America!
Here is the link - https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/pages/163113
Want to Get the Term Started Off Right? Titan Tutoring is Here for You!
Tuscarora has opening the Titan Tutoring/Extended Learning Opportunities. For the first term, we will have regular tutoring support for Math, English, Social Studies, Science, World Languages, Health/Physical Education, and Career & technology education! Supports starts at 4 PM, Monday through Friday, and goes until 8 PM, with support for most subjects daily. Students will be asked to sign in whenever they visit a class, and all school virtual learning policies still apply whenever students are in a Google Meet with teachers. Click the image below to go to the schedule:
Attention Students and Parents!
The THS yearbook needs your help! Thank you to all the parents and students who have responded to our requests for pictures and stories to include in this year's book! But, the year keeps going and we have a lot of pages to fill, so we are going to have to continue to respectfully ask that you consider getting involved and help us to tell YOUR story this year.
Please take a moment to look at the Link Tree account we have set up for the yearbook topics this year. We are updating topics each week and the links on our link tree open up google forms that you can use to send us pictures (cell phone pics are fine) and maybe a brief write up about the pics you submit.
Thank you from Mr. Hartman and the Remember the Titans Yearbook Staff
Link Tree Page: https://linktr.ee/THStitanyearbook
Remember the Titans - A Special Message for 9th Grade Students and Families
The Remember the Titans Yearbook staff wanted to reach out specifically to our 9th grade class. We are plugging away at building our yearbook with a lot of help from our students and staff who are sending us great photos and other sorts of yearbook content every week. Much of this content is coming in from Juniors and Seniors.
We want to represent every grade in our annual publication equally, but it is always important for us, as a yearbook staff, to make sure our ninth graders are featured in our book. This first year of high school is unlike anything any of us have ever experienced and we want to make sure we tell the story of this freshman class. Please consider getting involved and help us to tell your story. The link below takes you to our ‘linktree’ account where we have links to a long list of google forms that you can use to answer questions and upload pictures (cell phone pictures are more than ok).
Some of the forms don’t really apply to our underclassmen (unless a 9th grader has a car?) but there are a lot of general topics that apply to all grades (home work space, mask fashion, crazy quarantine stories, etc). So, please take a moment to look over our topics (we update topics weekly), and show us who this freshman class is!
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Hartman directly at: Richard.email@example.com
Here is the link to the Link tree: https://linktr.ee/THStitanyearbook
2021 Yearbook Sales Are Underway
Attention Titan Nation! Sales are officially open for the 2021 yearbook! We are running an early bird special from now through Sunday, November 15.
During this time, the books will be sold for $65.00. Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase your book at this low cost and order your copy soon!
The books can be ordered at:
our school code is: 14640
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Hartman at: Richard.firstname.lastname@example.org
Titan Assistance with Technology and Schoology
Virtual Learning can be a challenge, especially when technology or a Schoology question slows you down, or brings you to a stop. The solution for nearly every single Google issue in Schoology was found in the FCPS Troubleshooting Guide. For fast answers to your questions before calling the school or asking for assistance, this is a user-friendly guide. Please go to the link below, and bookmark it, or add the link to your toolbar.
Schoology Troubleshooting: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OJWzxwXeSumMlev5Ac8_-B0aaKhW5_ofMvuRO3a1pws/edit
For general assistance with chromebooks and internet use, don't forget students and families have access to our Technology Help Page (found on our THS Website Home Page)
Student Attendance Notes
If your child will be unable to attend Virtual School due to illness, doctor's appointments, or for any other reason, please communicate with THS via email:
Please include your child's name, grade, reason for absence and a phone number where the parent can be reached. Paper communication is ALSO acceptable if email is not an option. Call 240-236-6400 with any questions.
Congratulations, Commendations and Kudos
THS Staff Members of the Month of October
These two Staff Members of the Month of October have earned it, especially lately with their hard work within the community...
Congratulations to Ms. Goto & Ms. Nickles!
Titan Students of the Week
Each week, Tuscarora High School will honor two students of the week, chosen from the many student who were nominated by their teachers. One will recognize strong Titan character and work ethic, and the other will recognize strong scholarship. Here are this week's winners:
Titan Character of the Week: Joaquin Snowden
Nominated by: Ms. Lively
Comment: "I am so proud of Joaquin! I had him in Yearlong Algebra last year and he decided to move up to Honors Geometry this year and he is rocking it. Joaquin is thoughtful, responsible, driven and hard working. I have seen so much growth in him this past year and look forward to watching him continue to grow in academics, maturity and as a positive role model to his peers."
Titan Scholars of the Week: Michelle Lui and Kamiyah Cox
Michelle was nominated by: Mr. Feinberg
Kamiyah was nominated by: Multiple teachers
Comment about Michelle: "Michelle consistently comes to my Tutoring Hours and at times my Office Hours. Michelle offers her help when other students are present. She engages in relevant and interesting conversations, offering help and suggestions to the other students that also are coming. Michelle's insightful commentary, reflectiveness on the Pandemic and its impact on Virtual Learning as well as her general positivity is inspiring. Michelle exhibits good citizenship in that she is polite, well informed and empathetic toward the needs of the other students as well as the dynamics of any conversations that we and/or the students maybe having. I believe that Michelle is a role-model and an example of what THS strives for."
Comments about Kamiyah: "Ms. Haldeman: "Kamiyah joined the National Honors of English Society, Officer CTC Skills USA, Self Advocate, Compassionate, Driven Ms. Jorgensen: Kamiyah is AWESOME! She works so hard and completes all of her assignments, shows up to all google meets with her camera on!"
Ms. Lively: "Kamiyah is a hard worker and determined to reach her goals She is a very pleasant young lady."
Here is a list of all the nominees. If you have these students please take a moment to congratulate them!
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Titan Students of Term One
Outstanding Titan Scholar of Term 1: Bridget Mbah, nominated six times over the term!
Comments: Week 10 - Dr. Dawes: "Bridget is the epitome of positive and upbeat. She is incredibly kind and uplifting to the other students. She greets people as she comes into the chat, encourages people when we have in-class competitions, and is always eager and willing to cheer on her fellow classmates in whatever they do."
Week 10 - Ms. McGuiness: "Bridget's work ethic and dedication to her education are incredible!"
Week 9 - Ms. McGuiness: "Bridget is an incredibly hard-working young lady! She is dedicated in her studies, participates frequently in class, helps her classmates, and doesn't hesitate to ask clarifying questions. She is quite simply, amazing!"
Week 8 - "Bridget is an incredibly dedicated student. She is kind to her classmates, participates daily, and is simply a caring and compassionate person!"
Week 6 - Dr. Dawes: "Bridget always comes to class with a positive attitude and a thirst for learning. She goes out of her way to be kind to her classmates (and teachers) and offers positive encouragement. Her dedication to excellence is seen in not only her scores, but in everything she does. It is truly a pleasure to have her as a student!"
Week 6 - Ms. Crowell: "Bridget submits all assignments on time, actively participates in class, and is very thorough in her responses. She always has a positive attitude and is extremely thoughtful!"
Outstanding Titan Character of Term 1: Mr. Cullings' Entire Flex Class, nominated by Mr. Cullings...
Comment: "My FLEX class is the one I look forward to the most everyday. I really get a sense of each member's character and I feel the most connected to this group of any of my students. I can't wait to meet this group FtoF. Of 19 students we get a consistent 12-14 students who attend. Everyone gets involved in the SEL discussions in some way big or small. Not everyone comes on camera or speaks but we laugh a lot! We gossip and talk about mean teachers and too much work and bratty siblings and sandwiches just like we would do if we were in A151 with Mr. Cullings. We like to collaborate on the FLEX Puzzles and get stumped on our weekly Cartoon Kahoot. We respect each other even though we like to tease each other."
MR. CULLINGS, THANK YOU FOR CULTIVATING THIS OVER TERM 1 - You represent ALL the teachers who are working so hard to create a Flex dynamic like this, and it doesn't happen overnight... that's why your Flex students are taking the term award for their character of school spirit, collaboration, caring for peers and their teacher, and willingness to grow through discussion.
Counseling Office Updates
Career & Technology Center Virtual Shadowing Is Now Open!
FCPS students in grades 9, 10 & 11 interested in learning more and/or applying to a program at the Career & Technology Center for the 2021-2022 school year can now sign up for a virtual shadow experience. November 12th - February 26th
Click here to request a virtual shadow: https://education.fcps.org/ctc/Shadowing
Click here to apply to the FCPS Career & Technology Center:
Note: Shadowing is a requirement to apply.
Click here to learn more about the FCPS Career & Technology Center admissions process: https://education.fcps.org/ctc/Admissions
The Career and Technology Center (CTC) is part of the Frederick County Public Schools system. With more than 24 programs to choose from, students have the opportunity to gain college and career experience in a variety of areas.
For additional information about the CTC, the application process and more go to http://education.fcps.org/ctc/, email Kristen.Daly@fcps.org or call 240-236-8493.
THS Parents - Important Grade Level Schoology Groups are Here!
The THS Counseling department has set up an information hub/group in Schoology for each grade
level. It is titled "THS Counseling - Class of 2022, Class of 2023, Class of 2024" respectively.
Information and resources particular and helpful to each grade level will be shared throughout the
school year. Since students and parents are already using Schoology for courses and to check grades, we figured it would be best to keep all THS information in one location instead of getting notifications from multiple sources. Students have already been added as members to their specific class group. Parents, if you would like to join the group for your student or students, please follow these directions and use the access code provided:
1. Click "Groups" at the top of Schoology
2. Select "My Groups"
3. Click "Join Group" on the right
4. Enter the Group Access Code
Class of 2021 VC9G-B59K-F4N3T
Class of 2022 C4MK-FFF3-9V3FH
Class of 2023 765H-5WC3-5M9SC
Class of 2024 M63X-9RRZ-D9VQX
5. Click "Join" The Counseling Department looks forward to sharing important information with you and working with you throughout the school year!
9th Grade Conference Sign Ups
Sign up for a time to meet with your School Counselor!
During this very challenging time, especially as you transition to high school, meet your counselor to make connections, discuss how your year is going so far, learn about graduation requirements and programs and pathways available for you throughout high school. If needed, we will set you up with a mentor and resources to help your high school career be as successful as possible.
D. Moore: A-Cr https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F094BABA928A0FA7-freshman
W. Gill: Cs-Ja/L4L/Pyramid https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4EAAAA2EA2FBC07-9thgrade
C. Goto: Jb-M https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0D4EA9AC2CABF85-freshman
K. Wilson: N-Se https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0C45AFAD2AA4FE3-mrs
J. Harrison: Sf-Z https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050948A5AB23AAF85-freshman
D. Cooper: EL https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904054CADAC2AA0F49-9thgrade
FCC Virtual Admissions Information Sessions
FCC has finalized their Admissions Virtual General Information Sessions. These sessions are for prospective students and will cover general information about FCC. Each session will feature a special presentation from a dedicated area of the college.
Tuesday, November 17, 6:00- 6:45 PM (Academic Pathways and Course Formats Presentation)
This is listed on FCC’s college calendar website, as well. FCC asks that students register ahead of time so they have an idea of how many will be attending.
FCC’s Monroe Center Workforce Careers Open House
Wednesday, November 18 at 6 PM.
Join the session to learn all about the flexible and affordable career training programs at the Monroe Center! Meet staff members, review upcoming course options, and discover tuition assistance and scholarship opportunities. FCC Admissions and Career Services staff will be available to answer any questions.
For more information and to register, visit:
If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Workforce@frederick.edu.
Virtual College Visits and More
THS is currently hosting virtual college visits! This is a good way to get information about potential schools. It is also a good time to ask college representatives any questions you may have. Register for the virtual visits through Naviance. Keep checking, periodically throughout the semester, as more colleges and military will be signing up.
FCC Early College Program for 9th and 10th Grade Students!
FCPS invites you to register for one of the following virtual information sessions to learn about the FCPS-FCC Early College program:
Thursday, November 19 at 7 PM
The FCPS-FCC Early College program is a way to earn an associate degree and high school diploma simultaneously by attending FCC full-time during your junior and senior years. The program was created to increase participation and completion of students from populations historically underrepresented in higher education and is open to all FCPS high school students. FCPS students apply to Early College as sophomores.
During the virtual information session, members of the Dual Enrollment Team will go through the details of the Early College program and acceptance process, and they will answer questions from interested students and families.
After you register for a session, you will receive the link to the Google Meet session in your registration confirmation email.
Please register here: www.tinyurl.com/EarlyCollegeInformationNight
More information: www.frederick.edu/de
FAFSA Virtual Finish Event
A number of community partners are bringing Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Finish Virtual Events to the community this fall to provide students and parents with assistance in completing the FAFSA. These virtual appointments are also available to assist families in completing the Maryland State Financial Aid Application (MSFAA), which allows qualified children of undocumented immigrants who qualify for in-state tuition under §15-106.8 of the MD Education Article to apply and be considered for certain types of state need-based financial aid.
During these virtual appointments, a financial aid expert will work with students and parents in completing these applications and will be available to answer any questions. FAFSA and MSFAA applications must be completed by March 1, 2021 for a student to be considered for state-based financial aid. For more information and to request an appointment, visit: www.FrederickCountyGives.org/fafsa
Counselor Breakdown by Student Last Name
A-Cr Danielle Moore
Cs-Ja/ L4L/ Pyramid William Gill
Jb-M Carla Goto
N-Se Kay Wilson
Sf-Z Joshua Harrison
English Learner Diane Cooper
Internships, Scholarships, Service and Job Opportunities
2021 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
What? An award to recognize students who have made meaningful contributions to their communities through volunteer service.
Who? Students, grades 9-12 are eligible to apply.
When? The deadline is Tuesday, November 10, 2020.
How? Apply at https://spirit.prudential.com/
The honoree(s) will be selected and qualified applicants will receive the award, be eligible to earn a $1,000 scholarship, receive a medallion, and an invitation to the program's national recognition event.
Science and Engineering Internship Opportunity
Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) at Carderock. SEAP provides an opportunity for high school students to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer. Here is the link with information https://seap.asee.org/
Senior THS Scholarship Opportunity
The Tuscarora High School PTSA will be awarding Two (2) $500 scholarships at the end of this school year that can be applied to any college or trade school. The application process will occur in the spring, but to be eligible, you must become a member of the PTSA no later than December 1, 2020.
Become a member here: https://tuscarorahighptsa.new.memberhub.store/store/items/91142
For more information, please email email@example.com
Financial Aid with FCC
High school seniors: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be available at www.fafsa.gov on October 1, 2020. Please be sure to check with colleges for deadlines. For any Maryland State financial aid, the deadline is March 1, 2021. The FCC Office of Financial Aid is open, remotely, 8:30 am- 4:30 pm Monday-Friday. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 846-2658. For FCC scholarship information or questions, contact email@example.com .
Ways to Pay for College
Join the Maryland State Department of Education and Mario Armstrong as he guides you through the twists and turns of finding money for college, and meet Maryland students as they share their own financial aid success stories. This hour special contains interviews with college financial aid advisors and experts that can answer viewer questions. Here is the link to access the program: https://youtu.be/LB-BW3Zwk_c?t=8
Johns Hopkins BioMedical Innovation course
Johns Hopkins is offering 3-credit college course: EN.500.130: Biomedical Engineering Innovation, January 25 – April 23, 2021. To be eligible, you must have completed the following prior to starting the course: Algebra 2, a class that covered the trigonometric functions, Chemistry and/or Physics and have As and Bs in your high school math and science classes. If interested, apply at https://ei.jhu.edu/apply/application-materials/
Senior Class of 2021 News
Listed below are important dates and information for the Class of 2021.
Visit the THS Senior Page for up-to-date Senior Information -
Twitter Account: @tuscarorahs21
Senior Class Advisors: Judith Jorgensen, Carrie Palmer, & Aaron Miles Contact Information
Senior Gown Information
Seniors, please fill out this form as soon as possible. This information needs to be shared with our graduation gown company to assure that a custom gown will be made for you.
The link to purchase senior shirts will be available on next week’s newsletter.
Virtual Fundraising Ideas
Have an idea for a virtual senior class fundraiser? Fill out the form below.
May 2, 2021
Senior Class 2021 Video
How have you and your classmates grown over the years? What was it like when you were young and silly, and what image captures you and your friends today?
Please submit no more than 3 photos for the senior video.
** Please label the photos with the name of the student and age.
You will receive a confirmation email that your photos were received. If you do not receive a confirmation in 7 days, please check the email address and resubmit.
Submit photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit music requests to https://tinyurl.com/2021seniorvideomusic
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com or email the address above: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media Center Updates
Media Center Hours and Contact
Media Center Website: https://education.fcps.org/ths/mediacenter
Media Center Twitter: @mediacenterTHS
Check out the virtual THS Library Media Center at tinyurl.com/thslibrarymediacenter
Weekly Media Center News
Check out this week's media center news featuring the book of the week, With Fire on High, and information about lots of free resources for families and students.
Daily recorded Tuscarora High School student announcements can be found on the homepage of the THS website: https://education.fcps.org/ths/
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PTSA and Booster Organizations
The PTSA has launched a new website. If you are looking for board members or meeting dates, the PTSA website has that information. Not a member of the PTSA yet? Find out all about membership and joining the PTSA, as well purchasing a membership and making donations. Memberships and donations fund grants, scholarships, staff appreciation, and PTSA programs.
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Athletic Boosters - Our Titans Need your Help and Support!
FCPS Athletics is a MD State Leader! We are one of the ONLY local counties to have any sort of athletics occurring right now! The student athletes are having a blast, seeing their teammates, connecting with their coaches and staying safe! However, there are no competitions, and therefore, no athletic budget (which comes solely from gate receipts). The state is now looking at the possibilities of incorporating three shortened seasons in the spring, and there is a lot of work to be done to prepare and plan for such a non-traditional plan for interscholastic athletics. Please consider joining us to be a part of the solution. Our teams, our coaches, and most importantly, your students NEED our support and positivity now and this upcoming year. The loss of a traditional fall and winter ticket gate means the serious loss of all athletic funding. Come help us determine how we can/will be able to support ALL athletic teams moving forward.
BE A PART OF THE 2020-21 THS ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB!
As we prepare for whatever HS Athletics will look like during the upcoming year, the THS Athletic Boosters wants your input, welcomes your ideas, and needs your support. With the uncertainty of the upcoming year and the current financial conditions, this is the best possible way to help support the student athletes at Tuscarora. Each and every program is going to need our help navigating this year.
Click Here to Join the Booster Club!
Complete List of Support Services During COVID-19
Frederick County Health Department: https://health.frederickcountymd.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=271
Maryland Department of Health: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/
Centers for Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
Frederick County Health Department
Program Guide: https://md-frederickcountyhealth.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/1310/FCHD-Brochure-May-2017?bidld
Community Health Services: 301-600-1733
Healthcare Connection and Preparedness: 301-600-8888
School Health Services: 301-600-3312
Women, Infants and Children (WIC): 301-600-2507
Frederick Health Hospital: 240-566-3300
Mental Health / SEL Resources
Virtual Walk-in Behavioral Health Services (crisis support).
Click on the link to schedule a virtual appointment during COVID-19 related closures: https://fcmha.org/coronavirus
Phone 211 or 301-663-0011
Location: 226 South Jefferson Street, Frederick, MD 21701
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 10:00am – 10:00pm Saturday and Sunday 10:00am – 6:00pm
For Telephone Support: Call 211 or 301-662-2255,
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week www.fcmha.org
FCPS Coordinator of Mental Health Services- 301-600-5306
Substance Use Concerns: https://health.frederickcountymd.gov/131/Behavioral-Health-Services
Office Phone: 301-600-1755
Community Food Resources
Brunswick Food Bank: Drive through service at the American Legion, 18 South Maple Ave., Brunswick, MD 21716 Drive through only. Thursdays 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Contact 301-834-9718
Frederick Community Action Agency: George L. Shields Foodbank, 14 E. All Saints St., Frederick, MD 21710
Food Bank: Mon, Tu, Thu, Fri, 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Soup Kitchen: Daily 5:30 - 6:30 pm.
Carry-out only. Contact 301-600-1506
Frederick Rescue Mission: 419 South St. Frederick, MD 21701
Meals to Go:
Breakfast Mondays - Sundays 7:00 - 8:00 AM;
Lunch Mondays - Saturdays 12:00 - 1:30 PM and Sundays 1:00 - 2:00 PM.
Food Distribution Pantry Center Tu and Wed, 1:30 - 3:30 PM; Thu 2:00 - 6:00 PM Food Pantry Closed Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays. Contact 301-695-6633
Jefferson Food Bank: 3866 Jefferson Pike, Jefferson, MD 21755 First and third Saturdays of each month, 10:00 - 11:30 AM. Contact 301-371-5721
Titan Health and Wellness
Health Room Technician: Bruce Thompson
School Nurse: Tae Ju, RN
Health Room: 240-236-6400, option 4
5312 Ballenger Creek Pike
Frederick, MD 21703
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