Howard County Library
2009-10 Contact Information – Middle and High Schools

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Did you know that Howard County Library staff will visit your classroom to present classes designed to enhance curriculum and supplement your lesson plans?

Read all about this service in our Middle and High School Curriculum Enhancement Guide, then contact your Library liaison to obtain more information! Middle and High School teachers please contact:

Central Library: Maggie Smith, 410.313.7870,

Clarksville Middle School
Lime Kiln Middle School
Harper’s Choice Middle School
Wilde Lake Middle School

Atholton High School
River Hill High School
Wilde Lake High School


East Columbia Branch: Rachel Reznick, 410.313.7711,

Cradlerock School
Oakland Mills Middle School

Oakland Mills High School

Applications and Research Lab
Homewood Center


Elkridge Branch: Sarah Russo, 410.313.5087,

Bonnie Branch Middle School
Elkridge Landing Middle School
Mayfield Woods Middle School

Howard High School
Long Reach High School


Glenwood Branch: Amy Stephens, 410.313.5583,

Folly Quarter Middle School
Glenwood Middle School
Mount View Middle School

Glenelg High School
Marriotts Ridge High School


Miller Branch: Courtney Gardinier, 410.313.1964,

Burleigh Manor Middle School
Dunloggin Middle School
Ellicott Mills Middle School
Patapsco Middle School

Centennial High School
Mt. Hebron High School


Savage Branch: John Jewitt, 410.880.5983,

Hammond Middle School
Murray Hill Middle School
Patuxent Valley Middle School

Hammond High School
Reservoir High School

John Jewitt – Howard County Library Savage Branch

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