New security measures, mental health ...

New security measures, mental health and college initiatives in place as Howard schools open

School Superintendent Michael Martirano kicked off the first day of classes in Howard County on Tuesday by visiting a number of schools, including Howard High School, where he cheerfully bellowed "Happy New Year" to students and staff as he walked down the halls. "As you can tell, I just love today," Martirano said, who was wearing a 23-year-old tie featuring a yellow school bus and cars on it.

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