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Please see the information about Elementary Parent Teacher Conferences on April 14th.


The Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS (Technology, Education, and Literacy in Schools) Program goal is to help build equitable, inclusive computer science programs in high schools. We do this by partnering industry professionals with classroom cs teachers to support CS courses across the country.

Interested in learning more about volunteering in Mecklenburg County Public Schools?

Visit our website for more info & sign up for an info session: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/teals/volunteers
Mecklenburg County Public School's Career & Work-Based Learning Program will be featuring student interns in our new Intern Spotlight Series. Student interns are enrolled in courses that correspond to their career pathways and corresponding MCPS Career Center, career goals, and class offerings. They gain valuable on-the-job training, make connections with industry professionals, learn skills and knowledge necessary for future careers, and earn work-based learning credit that will assist them in meeting their graduation requirements. We are very proud of our student interns and we appreciate the businesses who have partnered with us to offer these opportunities for our students.

Today's spotlight is on Hunter Gauldin, a senior at Park View High School. Read all about him here.

Congratulations Hunter!
Are you a current 10th or 11th grader interested in Cybersecurity, Automation & Robotics, Energy Systems Technology, Welding, or Electricity?

Our partnerships with the SVHEC Career Tech Academy and the SVCC Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center allow MCPS students to pursue Dual Enrollment courses and learn the skills necessary for careers within these fields. Internship opportunities are also available to 12th-grade students who enroll in one of these pathways as 11th graders.

For more information, contact Megan Hendrick ([email protected]).
The Park View High Nurse Aide students put their skills to use on 3/30/22 as they hosted a Blood Pressure and Vital Sign clinic for students and staff. These last dragons are taking strides to become the future of healthcare.
Bluestone High School will attend school on normal schedule Thursday, March 31st.
It's Workforce Wednesday! Each week we will spotlight one of our business partners who work with us to offer student internships. These partnerships allow our students to gain work-based learning credit, on the job training to increase skills and knowledge, and connections with business professionals in a career field of interest. Businesses may recruit future employees from these internships. We are thankful for our business partners and the opportunities that they provide for our students.

This week's business spotlight goes to the Mecklenburg County YMCA.

For more information about the MCPS work-based learning program, contact Natalie Coronas at 434-738-6111 or [email protected].
Bluestone Middle School and Bluestone High School will be closing today at 12:20 due to a water maintenance issue.

Bluestone High Students will be virtual on Wednesday, March 30th and should also be prepared for a virtual day on Thursday, March 31st.

Bluestone Middle Students will return to school Wednesday, March 30th.
STEM SQUAD
March 26 at RT Arnold Public Library
Effective Monday, March 28th, masks are now optional for all students and employees using MCPS transportation.
It's Workforce Wednesday! Each week we will spotlight one of our business partners who work with us to offer student internships. These partnerships allow our students to gain work-based learning credit, on the job training to increase skills and knowledge, and connections with business professionals in a career field of interest. Businesses may recruit future employees from these internships. We are thankful for our business partners and the opportunities that they provide for our students.

This week's business spotlight goes to the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office in Boydton, VA.

For more information about the MCPS work-based learning program, contact Natalie Coronas at 434-738-6111 or [email protected].
Mecklenburg County Public Schools is currently in the process of adopting a new Science textbook for 3rd-8th grade students. This new curriculum is set to be implemented during the 2022-2023 school year.

We would like to extend an invitation for parents and community members to view the textbooks currently being considered. The books will be available at the School Board Office, 175 Mayfield Drive, Boydton, Va 23917, on March 21-23. Anyone interested in viewing the materials will need to make an appointment.

Please call 434-738-6111 and speak to the receptionist if you desire an appointment to view the materials.

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It's Workforce Wednesday! Mecklenburg County Public Schools offers career awareness, exploration, and preparation opportunities to students through work-based learning activities, partnerships with businesses in the local community, and Virginia Department of Education approved competency based curriculum that provides hands-on training to increase students' skills, knowledge, and abilities. Each week a career pathway and program from one of our Career Centers will be spotlighted. For more information, contact Natalie Coronas, Director of Secondary Curriculum & CTE [email protected].

This week's program spotlight is on our Agriculture program which includes 3 career pathways - Plant Science, Natural Resources, and Animal Science. These pathways lead to a variety of careers in many different fields and they are included in our Environmental Science Career Center.

Congratulations to teachers Carole Euting, John Gryder, David Benjamin, and Brittany Perkins and all of their students for being spotlighted this week!

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 11/16/2022

It's Workforce Wednesday! Mecklenburg County Public Schools offers career awareness, exploration, and preparation opportunities to students through work-based learning activities, partnerships with businesses in the local community, and Virginia Department of Education approved competency based curriculum that provides hands-on training to increase students' skills, knowledge, and abilities. Each week a career pathway and program from one of our Career Centers will be spotlighted. For more information, contact Natalie Coronas, Director of Secondary Curriculum & CTE [email protected].

This week's program spotlight is on TEALS--a career pathway within the Advanced Technology Career Center.

Congratulations to teacher Krystal Patton and all of her students for being spotlighted this week!

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 11/11/2022

It is Future Careers Friday! Each week we will spotlight a Mecklenburg County Middle School program to showcase different programs that prepare our middle school students for their future careers. This week's spotlight is on Agriculture! Congratulations to teachers Amy Whitten and Eric Jones and their students for being spotlighted this week! See attached

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 11/09/2022

It's Workforce Wednesday! Mecklenburg County Public Schools offers career awareness, exploration, and preparation opportunities to students through work-based learning activities, partnerships with businesses in the local community, and Virginia Department of Education approved competency based curriculum that provides hands-on training to increase students' skills, knowledge, and abilities. Each week a career pathway and program from one of our Career Centers will be spotlighted. For more information, contact Natalie Coronas, Director of Secondary Curriculum & CTE [email protected].

This week's program spotlight is on Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow--a career pathway within the Health & Human Services Career Center. We look forward to these students teaching in our county in the future!

Congratulations to teacher Cristina Robinette and all of her students for being spotlighted this week!

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 11/03/2022

It's Workforce Wednesday! Mecklenburg County Public Schools offers career awareness, exploration, and preparation opportunities to students through work-based learning activities, partnerships with businesses in the local community, and Virginia Department of Education approved competency based curriculum that provides hands-on training to increase students' skills, knowledge, and abilities. Each week a career pathway and program from one of our Career Centers will be spotlighted. For more information, contact Natalie Coronas, Director of Secondary Curriculum & CTE [email protected]. This week's program spotlight is on Textiles & Fashion Careers--a career pathway within the Health & Human Services Career Center.
Congratulations to teacher Deborah Talley and all of her students for being spotlighted this week!

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 10/31/2022

Mecklenburg Middle FFA Recognized at National FFA Convention Indianapolis, Indiana is a long way from Baskerville, Virginia but with the help from National FFA staff, Denise Mills. MCMS FFA was able to join in on the National Convention festivities via Zoom. National FFA reached out to middle school chapters that were unable to attend National Convention in person and Advisor Amy Whitten was quick to volunteer. Students joined National Convention General Session 2, where they heard National FFA Secretary Jackson Sylvester, give his retiring address called “Lace-Up and Serve”. National FFA Eastern Region Vice President Mallory White and National FFA Southern Region Vice President Erik Robinson, recognized MCMS FFA as a hometown chapter. The 77 MCMS FFA members in attendance were flashed on the jumbotron screen for everyone attending National Convention to see. Students on both sides of the screen were very excited!

This was MCMS FFA’s second FFA meeting of the year and the chapter is gaining momentum. The chapter would like to thank Papa Bear’s Kettle Corn (Chad & Teresa Downey) for providing kettle corn for the watch party. The goal for next year is to have MCMS FFA teams competing at the National Convention to be on the other side of the screen!

10/28/2022

Do you have a child who is driving now? Would you like for your child to learn basic car maintenance and how to change a tire?

The Career & Technical Education department will be hosting several student workshops this year as part of our new Student Success Workshop Series. These workshops will be available to MCHS students and they will cover many different topics that may be beneficial to the student. Our first workshop is for our juniors and seniors with driver's licenses -- Safety on the Road.

Pre-Registration is required and there are limited slots. Sign up today and mark your calendar!

If you have any questions, please contact Natalie Coronas, Director of Secondary Curriculum & CTE, [email protected].

Link to sign-up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYAzg_qsZyF29L9WPLbbyTSFg_79P7UzuyopwUPNLyYm77AQ/viewform

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 10/26/2022

It's Workforce Wednesday! Mecklenburg County Public Schools offers career awareness, exploration, and preparation opportunities to students through work-based learning activities, partnerships with businesses in the local community, and Virginia Department of Education approved competency based curriculum that provides hands-on training to increase students' skills, knowledge, and abilities.

Each week a career pathway and program from one of our Career Centers will be spotlighted. For more information, contact Natalie Coronas, Director of Secondary Curriculum & CTE [email protected].

This week's program spotlight is on Nurse Aide--a career pathway within the Health & Human Services Career Center. Congratulations to teachers Sasha Bevell, Cynthia Knott, and Jennifer Compton and all of their students for being spotlighted this week!

10/21/2022

Parent Portal Update: MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL

We have implemented a new Student Information System this school year. We are working on getting data corrected and up-to-date before being able to accurately roll out the parent portal piece to the system.

In the meantime, here is information you can use to check your child's grades in the student portal.

10/21/2022

Parent Portal Update: ELEMENTARY

We have implemented a new Student Information System this school year. We are working on getting data corrected and up-to-date before being able to accurately roll out the parent portal piece to the system.

In the meantime, here is information you can use to check your child's grades in the student portal.

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 10/19/2022

It's Workforce Wednesday! Mecklenburg County Public Schools offers career awareness, exploration, and preparation opportunities to students through work-based learning activities, partnerships with businesses in the local community, and Virginia Department of Education approved competency based curriculum that provides hands-on training to increase students' skills, knowledge, and abilities.

Each week a career pathway and program from one of our Career Centers will be spotlighted. For more information, contact Natalie Coronas, Director of Secondary Curriculum & CTE [email protected].

This week's program spotlight is on Automotive Technology--a career pathway within the STEM Career Center. Congratulations to teacher CJ Claiborne and all of his students for being spotlighted this week!

10/12/2022

DYSLEXIA & READING WEBINARS:

Virginia Department of Education - VDOE is offering two informational webinars designed for Virginia teachers, administrators, and parents. Presenters are experts in the fields of dyslexia and reading.

💻WEBINAR #1: TODAY: October 12, 2022, 6:30–8 p.m.

Recent Research on the Language Basis of Dyslexia: Assessment and Intervention Implications
This session will review research on the language basis of dyslexia through developmental and historical lenses. Dyslexia and its commonly co-occurring learning differences will be described with a focus on early identification and intervention within the context of current legislation and advocacy.

Presenter: Tiffany P. Hogan, Ph.D. is a Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, Massachusetts; Director of the Speech and Language (SAiL) Literacy Lab; and a Research Associate at Harvard University.

Oct 12 Meeting Link:
https://doe-virginia-gov.zoom.us/j/87668618005...
💻WEBINAR #2: October 26, 2022, 7–8 p.m.

Families and Schools Partnering for Children's Literacy Success

This session will provide information to help families and schools work together to support children’s literacy success in and out of school. Participants will learn a) tips for starting or enhancing discussions about literacy instruction and intervention, b) ways to increase joint understanding of evidence-based literacy practices, and c) strategies for addressing concerns about children’s literacy development together. Free evidence-based resources to support family-school literacy partnerships from the National Center on Improving Literacy (NCIL) will be overviewed.

Presenter: Dr. Sarah Sayko is a Senior Research Associate at Research Making Change (RMC) Research Corporation in Arlington, Virginia. She is also the Deputy Director and leads the Parent and Family Strand of NCIL

Oct 26th Meeting Link:
https://doe-virginia-gov.zoom.us/j/84856831821...

09/30/2022

Mecklenburg County Public Schools will operate on regular schedule, Friday, September 30, 2022.

All after school activities are cancelled today.

09/28/2022

Substitute Teacher Training
October 19, 2022
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Location - Central Office

09/19/2022

P-EBT and SNAP EBT cardholders, please be aware that there is a phishing scam attempt circulating and P-EBT recipients are being asked to call or text a phony 1-866 number ending in 0486 from “VA EBT”. Please DO NOT RESPOND to or engage with any unsolicited phone number asking for your card number or PIN. The ONLY authorized P-EBT client customer service phone number is 1-866-281-2448.

If you have engaged with an unsolicited phishing number, please immediately contact the Virginia EBT Client Customer Service Helpdesk at 1-866-281-2448 to report your card stolen.

09/09/2022

The Career & Technical Education Department at Mecklenburg County Middle & High Schools is READY to see our students and begin our school year in our beautiful buildings! We will offer our students access to career exploration activities, career pathway planning and preparation, nationally recognized industry credentials that they can put on their resumes to demonstrate knowledge and skills, work-based learning opportunities with local businesses through cooperative education and internships, and much more. It is going to be an exciting year full of many opportunities for our students! Stay tuned! Go Phoenix!

09/07/2022

Attendance Information - September 12 & 13

Sept 12 - Grades 7, 8, 9, 10 will take attendance virtually. See information below. (All other grades will take attendance in person.)

Sept 13 - Grades 6, 11, 12 will take attendance virtually. See information below. (All other grades will take attendance in person.)

September 14 - We are excited to have all students in the new Middle School/High School Complex.

09/01/2022

Middle and High School Students -

Chromebooks have been reactivated. Please take a minute to log on to your device and make sure it's working properly.

If it is, great, store it in your backpack for the first day of school.

If it is not, please bring it with you to orientation next week for assistance.

08/26/2022

Information from the VDSS on Summer P-EBT:

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved our Summer 2022 P-EBT plan. All school-age children, who attended a school approved to participate in the Community Eligibility Provision OR were eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals, are eligible for Summer P-EBT, regardless of COVID-related absence.

Households can expect to receive a one-time summer benefit issuance of $391 per eligible student on August 25, 2022. If you do not have an existing P-EBT card, a card will be mailed to the address provided by your school within 7 to 10 days of issuance. To request a replacement for a lost or discarded P-EBT card, contact ConnectEBT at 1-866-281-2448. Visit PebtVA.com for FAQs and to learn more.

For more information:https://mcpsweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Press_Release_Summer_P-EBT-2022.pdf
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El Departamento de Agricultura de EE. UU. ha aprobado nuestro plan P-EBT de verano de 2022. Todos los niños en edad escolar, que asistieron a una escuela aprobada para participar en la Disposición de elegibilidad comunitaria O fueron elegibles para recibir comidas gratuitas o a precio reducido, son elegibles para P-EBT de verano, independientemente de la ausencia relacionada con COVID.

Los hogares pueden esperar recibir una emisión única de beneficios de verano de $ 391 por estudiante elegible el 25 de agosto de 2022. Si no tiene una tarjeta P-EBT existente, se le enviará una tarjeta a la dirección proporcionada por su escuela dentro de 7 a 10 días de emisión. Para solicitar el reemplazo de una tarjeta P-EBT perdida o descartada, comuníquese con ConnectEBT al 1-866-281-2448. Visite PebtVA.com para consultar las preguntas frecuentes y obtener más información.

08/24/2022

PARENTING COURSE:

Join a FREE 8-week parenting course on Wednesday nights! Southside Behavioral Health is offering sessions in Brunswick, Halifax, and Mecklenburg counties, so there's a class near you. The Mecklenburg County class is first and begins Sept. 6! Register today >>> https://loom.ly/3kaz3SU

MCPS opening of school schedule 8 17 22 08/18/2022

MCPS opening of school schedule 8 17 22

Mecklenburg County Public Schools will be opening doors to students for the 2022-23 school year on Monday, Sept. 12th. This is a very exciting year for us as we welcome our 6 - 12 grade classes to the new Mecklenburg County Middle and High School facility. This video provides important details about the opening of school to students, parents, and the community. There is a virtual tour of the new facility, information about student / parent tours for 6th - 12th grade on the week before school starts, and exciting information about the first MCHS football game on Friday, September 2nd with opportunities for the community to tour the overall facility.
https://youtu.be/7TIiCqkQNhg

MCPS opening of school schedule 8 17 22 Mecklenburg County Public Schools in Virginia is excited to be opening the 2022-23 school year for all students, face to face, on Monday, September 12th. Thi...

08/15/2022

We are pleased to announce that Mecklenburg County Public School will be participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the school year 2022-2023.

What does this mean for you and your children attending MCPS?
This is great news for you and your students! All students enrolled in Mecklenburg County Public Schools are eligible to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at school at no charge for the 2022-2023 school year.

Parents: No further action is required of you. Your child(ren) will be able to participate in these meal programs without having to pay a fee or submit a meal application.

MCPSboard Live Stream 08/05/2022

MCPSboard Live Stream

August 5th is a special day for Mecklenburg County as we celebrate the building of the new Mecklenburg County Middle School and High School complex with a special flag raising celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony. Virginia’s Governor Youngkin and Secretary of Education Guidera will be joining us for this celebration.

Please join us live at 4 pm on our YouTube channel!

https://youtu.be/G0R7MsC3EFI

MCPSboard Live Stream

Mecklenburg County Public Schools | 08/05/2022

Mecklenburg County Public Schools |

VA Governor Youngkin kick’s off Mecklenburg County’s new Middle and High School complex with special announcements.

August 5th is a special day for Mecklenburg County as we celebrate the building of the new Mecklenburg County Middle School and High School complex with a special flag raising celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony. Virginia’s Governor Youngkin and Secretary of Education Guidera will be joining us for this celebration and using it to announce two of Governor Youngkin’s focus areas for Virginia’s public schools; special funding options for school construction and the development of Lab school programs. Both of these initiatives are focused on better preparing Virginia’s students for good jobs in today’s technology driven economy.

The Mecklenburg County Middle School and High School complex was designed and built on the concept of creating career academies as the framework for student achievement; the same philosophy that the Governor and Secretary are promoting through the Lab school model.

Mecklenburg’s new facility is not quite complete enough for the Certificate of Occupancy to be given, so we cannot open the doors for the flag ceremony and ribbon cutting ceremony to the public. State and local Government officials, business leaders, and civic leaders who have been instrumental in the development of the new school facility are participating as invited guest. However, the Governor’s announcements about the Lab schools and school construction funding will be live cast on the MCPS YouTube channel beginning at 4:00 PM today. (Friday, Aug. 5th.) Access to the feed is available on the MCPS website: www.mcpsweb.org under the School Board tab.

Mecklenburg Middle and High School staff will return to work for the 2022-23 year for one flex day during the week of August 22nd. On that day, they will be given a tour of the school and have time to start setting up their classrooms. All teachers will return full-time on August 29th. Work hours will be from 8:30 - 3:30 on all PD and teacher workdays.

The MCPS Convocation for the new year will be held at 1:00 PM on Friday, September 9th. It will be live event for the first time in three years. Elementary school staff will have an opportunity to tour the facility during the Convocation program.

Parents and students will have an opportunity to tour the new school during a special orientation program. Each class level orientation will be held on the following dates:
• 6th Grade and Senior Class - Tuesday, September 6, 2022
• 7th Grade and Junior Class - Wednesday, September 7, 2022
• 8th Grade and Sophmore Class - Thursday, September 8, 2022
• Freshman Class (grade 9) - Friday, September 9, 2022
Orientation will be held from 5-7 p.m. During this time, students will be able to get their schedules, pay any fees, and meet their teachers as they tour the new schools.

We are planning to have special tours for the community on Saturday, August 20th. Watch for more information on how to register for this opportunity.

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We have an exciting day planned for our MCPS STAFF!

08/02/2022

Athletic Update for Tuesday, August 2 at Park View High -
All activities/athletics requiring the gym are cancelled tomorrow

07/20/2022

MCPS is changing the school calendar for the 2022-23 academic year. The first day for students will now be Monday, September 12. Please click here to review the proposed new calendar. The School Board will meet next week to approve the new calendar.

07/07/2022

All incoming 7th graders must have Tdap and meningococcal(MenACWY) vaccines prior to starting school. HPV vaccine must be offered, but parents may decline it.

All incoming 12th graders must have at least one dose of meningococcal vaccine prior to starting school. If your first dose was received before age 16, you will need a second dose by November 29, 2022 to continue attending school.

Photos from Mecklenburg County Public Schools's post 06/28/2022

John McKnight, a law enforcement student intern in Mecklenburg County Public Schools' new work-based learning program, recently was recognized by the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office. During his internship, John made valuable contacts with members of the department and he was able to gain knowledge, skills, and experience in his chosen future career pathway. This internship was a valuable learning experience for him as well as the department. For more information on the Mecklenburg County Public Schools' Work-Based Learning Program contact Natalie Coronas at [email protected].

Park View High School Senior, John McKnight served as an intern for the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office for the past several months. He has been such a blessing to all of us. We have learned so much from him and we hope he has learned from us as well. He participated in riding with our deputies and experiencing their daily routine calls, observed training with our Tactical Team, Fi****ms training and K9 Teams and the Office Administration duties such as dealing with the the public, civil process and traffic and criminal court. Best of luck John with your future goals!

06/27/2022

Mecklenburg County Public Schools is providing FREE breakfast and lunch for any child 18 and under.

Adults may eat breakfast ala carte and lunch for $3.85.

Meals are served at the following schools:
Chase City Elementary; Clarksville Elementary; La Crosse Elementary; South Hill Elementary; and Park View High School.

Monday – Thursday; June 27th – July 20th (Closed July 4th)

BREAKFAST – Elementary Schools 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.;
Park View High School 8:45 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.

LUNCH – 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

**MEALS MUST BE CONSUMED ONSITE!**

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