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.
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.
Manassas Park City Schools was one of 31 divisions meeting last week to share ideas on how to accelerate innovation and promote deeper learning in Virginia's public schools. Part of the first cohort of the Virginia is for Learners Innovation Network, MPCS was among the leaders in education innovation.
Manassas Park City Schools has named this year's Teacher and Principal of the Year. Mr. George Valletti III, a teacher at Manassas Park Elementary School, was named Teacher of the Year, and Principal Pamela Kalso of Manassas Park High School was named Principal of the Year.
The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) released results of Standards of Learning (SOL) assessments taken by students during the 2017-2018 school year, and Manassas Park City Schools exceeded state averages in most individual categories.
Dr. Bruce McDade, Superintendent of Manassas Park City Schools, said, "I am pleased to see that of the 35 reporting categories published today, MPCS met or exceeded the state pass rate in 21 of them. I am equally pleased that when final state accreditation ratings are released next month, all Manassas Park City Schools will be once again fully accredited."
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.