MPCS is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our students and staff.
Please visit the School Health weblink below for updated information regarding Norovirus and Influenza.
MPCS is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our students and staff. Consistent with the community and other school divisions around us, MPCS is experiencing increased levels of Influenza activity. As a result, the Administration in collaboration with Nursing and the Prince William Health District, have been monitoring absenteeism and reported illnesses on a daily basis. As a team, we will continue to communicate daily in order to assess and evaluate current trends and prevalence of illness in our community.
In response to this widespread community health issue, MPCS has employed an increased level of sanitary measures to reduce the risk of further transmission of both Influenza and Norovirus. We strongly encourage our families and all staff to take precautionary measures to assist with these efforts.
Many of the recommendations to keep your children and families healthy are the same for all of the seasonal infections. As a precaution, we would like to review recommendations for protecting the health of our school community by reminding parents/guardians to practice the following:
To prevent the spread of germs, these tips should be followed everyday:
Manassas Park Elementary School
Nora Melendez, LPN
Manassas Park Middle School
Dianna Vonvital, LPN
Manassas Park High School
Michelle Pollack RN