• Harassment/Bullying

    If you feel that your child is being harrassed or bullied, please read the information on the attached link, fill out the attached form, and return it to Old Mill Middle School North as soon as possible. The school will address the issue and provide support to you and your child to ensure that they feel safe at school. If you need support regarding a potential harrassment or bullying situation, do not hesitate to call a school counselor or an administrator at 410-222-6493.

    View more information and download a bully reporting form


    Health Room



    Zakiyah Butts Health Room  
    Patricia Reddick , R.N. Nurse - Health Room Nurse3333@aacps.org

    School Health Service Personnel are available to students during regular school hours. Services provided by School Health Services staff consist of (but are not limited to):

    • First Aid administered per School Health Services First Aid Manual
    • Management of illnesses that occur at school
    • Medication administration – daily and as needed medications may be administered to students providing that the Parent’s Request to Administer Medication form has been properly filled out by the student’s parent or guardian and the student’s Primary Care Provider
    • Collaboration with parents or guardians to aid students with mobility concerns (ex. fractures, crutches, etc.) to meet their mobility needs at school
    • Collaboration with parents or guardians in the management of ongoing health needs of their student in the school setting (ex. post accident or surgery, blood glucose management, PE restrictions or special needs, chronic health concerns, life threatening allergies, etc.)
    • Monitoring of communicable diseases and immunization records
    • Health screening for vision, hearing


    Dismissing students from the Health Room:

    Medications At School:
    Link to Parent’s Request to Administer Medication Form. Please note that medication must be brought to the Health Room in the original pharmacy container or in the original, sealed packaging by an adult..

    School Health Services:
    Link to Parent’s Guide to School Health.

    Power Breathing: Serious Asthma Education
    The school nurse is an experienced asthma educator. As at all county schools, she will be providing structured content on asthma management. The content will include a review of the National Standards for Asthma Management as well as practical strategies to manage the asthma and respiratory needs of school students.


    School Meals

    Meal Prices

    Anne Arundel County Public Schools


    Breakfast (Full Price, All Schools) $1.35

    Breakfast (Reduced-Price, All Schools) $ .30

    Lunch (Full Price, Elementary Schools) $2.60

    Lunch (Full Price, Secondary Schools) $2.85

    Lunch (Reduced-Price, All Schools) $ .40

    Milk (All Schools) $ .55


    Breakfast $1.75

    Lunch $3.50



    PTSA Officers:

    President: G Riley
    Vice President: Kim Garnett
    Treasurer: Jody Waltrup
    Secretary: Lorraine Cayes
    Our P.T.S.A. meetings are held the FIRST MONDAY of each month at 5:30 p.m. in the Media Center.
    All board members can be reached at this address- ommnmom@gmail.com
    Anyone is welcome to attend the meetings. We always welcome new people and ideas. Also, if you have not already sent in your membership dues, it is never too late to do so. A form is provided in the first newsletter of the year and one is sent home with each student that you may send in to the school in an envelope marked “ATTENTION: PTSA MEMBERSHIP.”
    We hope you will make plans to join us at our meetings to share your thoughts and ideas on how we can make OMMN an inviting place for our children to spend their days learning and growing.

    “Together Everyone Achieves More”

    To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community and before governmental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children;
    To assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children;
    To encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of this nation.


    To promote the welfare of the children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship.
    To raise the standards of home life.
    To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth.
    To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of children and youth.
    To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education



    Please consider volunteering your time at our school.  We appreciate our wonderful community and all that you do to make our school great.

    Before volunteering, please watch the Volunteer Video (located on the AACPS Blackboard site) and then complete the verification form (located directly below the video link).  Bring the completed form into the main office.