Information for Charter and Specialty Program Lottery Applications:
This is an official application. The information contained in this online application should be considered private.
Parents can complete an application for multiple programs.
Submit one application per child.
You will receive emails from (firstname.lastname@example.org) to notify you of the status of your application. It is important you read those emails carefully as additional information may be required to process your request.
All students must have a PGCPS family identification/student number.
With our systemwide virtual orientation day and the first day of school fast approaching, please test your child’s PGCPS-issued email and password to ensure they are able to log in and are ready to begin classes on Monday, August 31, 2020.
What to do if your child is unable to access their PGCPS email account
If you cannot reset online: New students and those unable to change passwords online should send an email to their school’s password administrator, Shawna.Stefanak@pgcps.org with the student’s full name, grade and student ID number to receive credentials for log-in.
Although PGCPS will offer distance learning for the first semester, students must meet state immunization requirements within 20 calendar days of enrollment (Sept. 21). Immunizations during the pandemic are essential in maintaining overall health, especially during flu season.
Starting next month, PGCPS will host free immunization clinics at multiple school sites to assist families with meeting immunization requirements. These services are offered in collaboration with the Prince George’sCounty Health Department and the Maryland Partnership for Prevention.
Immunizations will be offered by appointment only in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines; masks will be required. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival. We will also offer dental services and flu shots for your convenience.
Stay tuned for more details on the online registration process, specific dates, times and locations.
For more information, visit the PGCPS Immunization webpage.
Greetings everyone and welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!
As you know, we are beginning the year online which means many scholars may be in need of a Chromebook. While we strongly encourage you to purchase a Chromebook, we will have some available for use during the time we are online learning. Please read through the Student Device Usage Agreement in the Google Form below.
This will serve as the official document stating your intentions on borrowing the equipment and providesinformation on responsibleuse as well as costs, should damage to the device take place. Ifyou were issued aChromebook in April, you will not be issuedanother device unless your device is inoperable.TheChromebooks that are being loaned, will still be used classroomdevices. As always, if you have anyquestions, please feel free toemail me at email@example.com. Thank you!
Prince George’s County Public Schools sent this bulletin at 08/07/2020 04:02 PM EDT – Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Prince George envió este boletín/anuncio a 08/07/2020 04:02 PM EDT
Families of special education students are invited to join us for an interactive, four-part virtual workshop series Gearing up for Distance Learning – Practical Tips for Caregivers of Students with Disabilities.
Workshops will take place between August 13 and August 27 and will cover topics including tips to create an effective learning environment at home; planning, organization, and self-advocacy; distance learning information for non-public school students and more.
All programs will run through the video communications service, Zoom. Parents may register their child for one, all, or a combination of the camp programs by completing a quick Google Form located on the Circle of Friends website (www.circlefriends2020.org/cof-camp) or the direct link to the Google Form (https://forms.gle/gsHejpeUYHfMx3R89). Any questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Game Design/Introductory Coding in Scratch (Senior Camp only):
Campers will learn the basics of coding through an interactive, block-based coding program. Scratch is useful for building digital games so after establishing a basic understanding of Scratch, campers will be able to design and eventually play some of their own games.
Arts and Crafts:Campers will create various artistic projects that they will be able to cherish afterwards. All needed materials will be simple, safe, and commonly found at home, so no one should worry about not being able to participate due to a lack of artistic tools.
Music: Campers will learn about music. They will be exposed to different genres of singing and musical instruments and will learn to listento various fun types of music. Additionally, Senior Camp will begin to take a look at digital music and the process of recording.
Math:This program will be like no ordinary math class. Campers can review challenging math concepts from the previous year and learn some new ones but they will also participate in several interactive activities proven to excite and engage and totally change their attitude toward math.
Sports/Exercise:Campers will get to both engage in virtual sports and exercise activities led by their counselors and to discuss and watch sports with their entire group. We will go into just about every major sport you can think of, and, by the end of the program, your camper will be more excited than you ever could have imagined about sports and exercise.