About Us

Megan Chrobak

Megan Chrobak Principal megan_chrobak@hcpss.org
Welcome to the Oakland Mills MS webpage! My name is Megan Chrobak and I am honored and proud to be the principal at Oakland Mills Middle School. Prior to my time here, I worked at both the middle and high school levels. At Wilde Lake High School I served as a special educator in English, Social Studies and Academic Life Skills. At Patuxent Valley Middle School I spent time as a teacher, an administrative intern, and an assistant principal. I was also honored to serve as a teacher development liaison. In addition, I've also served in a variety of other HCPSS programs including Bridges at Wilde Lake High School, Cedar Lane School and a variety of other summer programs. I have a B.S. from Wheeling Jesuit University and a Master's Degree, as well as an Administration and Supervision Certification, from McDaniel College. I am thrilled to work with such a wonderful group of students, staff and community members. Oakland Mills believes in the power of community and Oakland Mills Middle School continues to serve as a reflection of that principle. We look forward to our continued partnership as we enter and progress through the school year. Oakland Mills Middle School is proud of the fantastic group of students that learn and grow in our building each day!

Regina Coleman

Regina Coleman Assistant Principal regina_coleman@hcpss.org
I am Regina Coleman and I am truly honored to be the Assistant Principal at Oakland Mills Middle School. I have been an educator in the Howard County Public School System since 1992 and I have been a part of the Oakland Mills Middle school family since 2005. I truly enjoy being an instructional leader at Oakland Mills Middle school spending time in classrooms with students and teachers. I am an Oakland Mills community member and an alumna of Oakland Mills High School. I received my Bachelor of Science degree from Morgan State University and my Masters of Education in School Administration and Supervision from Bowie State University. As Assistant Principal my goal is to provide the leadership that will facilitate an exciting learning community that will inspire students and staff. I am passionate about learning and I enjoy watching students learn and grow academically and socially. Please feel free to stop in and say hello, as my door is always open.

Margaret Stavish

Margaret Stavish Leadership Intern margaret_stavish@hcpss.org
I am Margaret Stavish, and I am extremely excited to be Leadership Intern at Oakland Mills Middle School and become part of the community. I received my Bachelors of Science from Mount St. Mary’s in the area of Elementary Education and Special Education and my Masters of Education from Johns Hopkins University in the area of School Administration. My professional journey began in the Howard County Public School System in 2008 as a special educator at Mount View Middle School. During my 6 years at Mount View Middle School, I co-taught Math, English, and Academic Life Skills. In 2014, I became the Special Education Instructional Team Leader at Patuxent Valley Middle School. As Special Education ITL, I managed the instructional programs for all special education students and supported staff to provide the best education for students. Following my role as Special Education ITL, I became the Leadership Intern at Patuxent Valley Middle School for the 2017-2018 school year. In all of my school experiences, I have taken an active role in building relationships with students and their families in addition to supporting the school’s curricular and extracurricular activities. As a Leadership Intern at Oakland Mills Middle School, I look forward to building relationships with students, families and staff and promoting student success.

School Profile: Oakland Mills Middle School
Fast facts about Oakland Mills MS listing special programs, total enrollment, accomplishments and more.

MSDE Individual School Performance Report
The Individual School Performance Report for each school is provided by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and reflects the school's proficiency levels on the Maryland School Assessment (MSA).

Community Superintendent

With a focus on instruction as a birth-through-graduation continuum, Community Superintendents better position the school system to support students throughout their entire journey with HCPSS. View community superintendents by regional area.

Community Superintendent Area 2: Theo Cramer

Board of Education Representative

Howard County public schools are divided into school clusters, which are assigned to individual Board members to facilitate school visitations, attend special events, and provide a point of contact for each school community. View all BOE school cluster assignments.

OMMS BOE Representative: Sabina Taj