The PowerSchool Parent Portal allows parents to view their child's schedule, grades and attendance. Parents are able to view assignment and attendance details, manage email notifications about their child's progress as well as communicate with their child's teachers.
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October 2, 2017
For the third year, the Manassas Park Community gathered at Manassas Park High School to launch a monthly free food and resource market in partnership with Capital Area Food Bank, with funding from the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia, The Bell Foundation, QMT Windchimes and NOVANT Health; and human service booths run by multiple community service organizations.
All schools in six Northern Virginia public school divisions are "fully accredited," the Virginia Department of Education announced Wednesday. Fully accredited divisions include Arlington, Falls Church, Fredericksburg, Loudoun, Manassas Park and Stafford.
With the approval of the 2017-18 school budget, the school division has extended the walking zones for some elementary students.
MPCS Connects! is a blended learning model that transforms teaching and learning by integrating technology as a resource in our classrooms. The MPCS Connects! mission is to enhance great instruction to allow for individual learning anytime, anywhere.
Manassas Park City Schools now offers MySchoolBucks. This convenient online payment service provides a quick and easy way to pay for school-related purchases.
Governor Terry McAuliffe awarded high school innovation grants to 10 school divisions to develop or implement programs that emphasize personalized learning, college, career and civic readiness, and alignment with local workforce needs. Five school divisions received initial planning grants, while five divisions that received planning grants in 2016 have been awarded a second-year funding to support implementation this fall.
Manassas Park City Schools is partnering with American Traffic Solutions (ATS) to deploy ATS CrossingGuard® camera technology aimed at reducing the number of vehicles passing school buses while their stop arms are extended.
"Ms. Reardon is our heroine," says Mrs. Pam Kalso, Principal of Manassas Park Middle School, "with a ready laugh and huge smile that immediately draws everyone in. Building relationships is her strength, and she invests her time in every aspect of her students' lives. Parents and students rave about how open, caring and connected she is."
Extreme Networks Honors Manassas Park City Schools for Dedication in Delivering an All-Digital Personalized Learning Environment