Last night, the Manassas Park City Schools School Board unanimously approved by a 5-0 vote a full distance-learning opening for the 2020-2021 school year. The MPCS School Board additionally opted to move the school year start date to September 8, 2020.
Manassas Park City Schools is open to the public by appointment only. Phones will be answered in all buildings between the hours of 8 am and 3 pm.
For appointments at the Central Office, call 703-335-8850;
at Cougar Elementary School (grades PreK-2), call 703-392-1317;
at Manassas Park Elementary School (grades 3-5), call 703-368-2032;
at Manassas Park Middle School (grades 6-8), call 703-361-1510;
and at Manassas Park High School (grades 9-12), call 703-361-9131.
Manassas Park City Schools is pleased to announce the hiring of Tia Halstead as Director of Human Resources. Halstead brings more than 15 years of human resources management and development to MPCS.
Manassas Park City Schools announced it is participating in the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program as part of a food assistance plan approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) that is being implemented statewide by the Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) and the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE).
Manassas Park City Schools is pleased to unveil three signature events to recognize the Class of 2020. In addition to the previously scheduled drive-thru event to pick up graduation supplies, these three events will commemorate a class that has had to weather an unprecedented senior year.
The largest community event in Manassas Park will go on as scheduled thanks to resourceful race directors at Manassas Park City Schools.
Lockheed Martin donated $10,000 to BELL, the Education Foundation of Manassas Park, to directly support MPCS student learning during school closures.
Manassas Park City Schools has named Christine Graff this year's Teacher of the Year. Ms. Graf, a Math teacher at Manassas Park High School, will represent MPCS in the Washington Post Teacher of the Year competition.
The Manassas Park City Schools School Board today announced it will suspend its search for a new Superintendent of Schools.The School Board began its search in February after accepting Dr. C. Bruce McDade's letter of retirement.
School Board Chair Debbie McIntyre-Yurkovich said that the immediate future created by COVID-19 with subsequent closures and travel restrictions are the main factors in their decision.
"As a board, the decision to suspend our search for a superintendent was made to ensure the safety of everyone involved in the hiring process," said McIntyre-Yurkovich. "We want to hire the best possible candidate for MPCS, and the Board feels that our ability to do that is significantly hindered in this current environment."
McDade Asked to Remain for 2020-2021 School Year
The Manassas Park School Board announced that it will take the next step in the process of hiring a new superintendent by seeking public input on qualifications.
The school board has created a survey related to superintendent criteria, which is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ManassasPark and on the division web site and its social media channels.
The Manassas Park City School Board last night accepted the retirement of Dr. C. Bruce McDade as Superintendent of Schools. Dr. McDade has been with MPCS for nearly 20 years serving 10 of those years as Superintendent. His current contract expires on June 30, 2020.
Senior Ryan Elam of Manassas Park High School has been named a Finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
January 9, 2020 – The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) is proud to recognize Manassas Park City Schools for excellence in budget presentation with the Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) for the 2019–2020 budget year.
Manassas Park High School seniors Fahad A. Mohammed and Duc-Lo Nguyen have been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Ryan Elam of Manassas Park High School has been named a Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
English classes will again be available at the Manassas Park Community Center. Since 2016 Manassas Park City Schools and BEACON for Adult Literacy have partnered together to bring these classes to the community.
This convenient online payment service provides a quick and easy way to pay for school-related purchases. You can now pay for items such as meal payments, technology fee, field trips, PE uniforms, and more using your credit/debit card or electronic check.
Colin Bouchillon was named a state-level finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Bouchillon, an 8-year veteran of Manassas Park High School, is one of three state finalists for Science. This prestigious award recognizes teachers that have deep content knowledge of the subjects they teach as well as the ability to motivate and enable students to be successful in those areas.
The largest graduating class in Manassas Park City Schools' history celebrated academic achievement and scholarship awards during the 2019 Annual Honors Assembly, Thursday, June 6.
This spring, Manassas Park City Schools hosted it's first Substance Use Prevention Use Night at the MP Community Center in conjunction with many local agencies. The presentation was captured on video and is now available for viewing.
Krista Kelly, MPCS Executive Director of Financial Services, has received the 2019 Virginia Cardinal Award from the Virginia Association of School Business Officials (VASBO).
Announced at today's Spring VASBO conference in Norfolk, the Virginia Cardinal Award is VASBO's premier recognition given to one of its members each year for exemplifying professionalism, leadership, and innovation in the field of school business management.