Owings Mills High Network
Founded in 1978, Owings Mills High School has students in grades 9-12 with a current enrollment of 1,175 students. Of these, close to 44% live in severe poverty, 521 qualify for Free Meals, 216 depend on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and approximately 53 are currently identified as homeless. Many others live in families who make too much to qualify for meal assistance, but not enough to make ends meet.
The lead volunteers of the Owings Mills High Network are Vicki Almond and Sally Shapiro Gould, who will work with school staff to fulfill student needs and stock and organize a designated storage space for students.
Owings Mills High School is the first school in the Network to form a committee of school staff and volunteers who will meet monthly to discuss how to support Network programs within the school community, and how the Network can help with the needs of their students and families. We are very grateful to the staff at Owings Mills High School for this commitment to partnering with the Network!