Stevens Forest Elementary School's school menu can be accessed through the LINQ Connect portal or mobile app. Families do not need a LINQ account to view menus, which are available to the public.
HCPSS participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs. Students from households that meet federal income guidelines are eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals. Parents/guardians must submit a new application every school year to maintain their student’s eligibility. To apply, go to the HCPSS FARMs webpage.
Stevens Forest Elementary School is part of the Maryland Meals for Achievement (MMFA) program where students receive free breakfast. Lunch is $2.80 per meal.
Meal payments may be made via credit card using the LINQ Connect portal. On-site payments and prepayments may be made using cash or check. Parents/guardians will need to create an account to make online payments to their child’s meal account, monitor their child’s account, schedule automatic recurring payments, set up low balance alerts, submit a Free and Reduced Meals program application, and more.
Information on the HCPSS wellness policy and commitment to quality is available online.
Howard County Health Department
School-Based Wellness Center
“Bringing your child quality health care in school”
A partnership between the Howard County Health
Department and the Howard County Public School System
What is a school-based health or wellness center?
A School-based Wellness Center is similar to a doctor’s office, but located inside a school or on a school campus. This site is able to provide acute health care services to children through the use of telemedicine technology during the school day. All services require written consent from parents and/or guardians.
Telemedicine provides a two-way connection between student and nurse at school and a doctor at another location. The connection is made using a video link. Special equipment is used to allow the doctor to examine the student’s ears, throat, skin, eyes and listen to lungs.
colds and upper respiratory symptoms
The school system does not carry medical insurance for accidents that occur at school, including non-sport related injuries, such as trips and falls, physical education injuries, and recess/playground injuries. Thus, parents are encouraged to enroll students in the accident insurance program offered through HCPSS.
The Maryland Children’s Health Insurance Program (MCHIP) is available for families, pregnant women, and children in need of medical insurance. Applications are available through the school health assistant or by contacting the Howard County Health Department at 410-313-7500.