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Parkville Middle School Supports Bullying & Prevention Week (10/2 - 10/6)
Parkville Middle School's students and staff will join the rest of Team BCPS in a show of unity during Bullying and Prevention Week.  A color for students and staff to wear each day of the week has been suggested to represent character traits that all should demonstrate.  Students and staff will also participate in other activities throughout the week.

  • Monday - Blue (Civility)
  • Tuesday - Green (Equity)
  • Wednesday - Yellow (Empathy)
  • Thursday - Red (Respect)
  • Friday - Purple (Positivity)

Back-to-School Immunization Clinics
Baltimore County Public School students have 20 days from the first day of school to get all required shots or they will not be allowed in school.  Bring your child to a Baltimore County health center in your area to get needed shots during the Back-to-School period of August 28th – September 28th.   Even if your child has insurance, he or she can still be seen at one of the clinics.  Click below for more information from the Baltimore County Department of Health:

 

2017- 2018 Summer Newsletter
Click here for information regarding the upcoming school year.

2017 - 2018 School Supply List
 

BCPS One Parent Updates
As part of Baltimore County Public Schools' (BCPS) continuous improvement process, security enhancements are being made to BCPS ONE (https://bcpsone.bcps.org) that will increase the protection of student information.  Click below for more information.


Magnet Programs
Click here for more information about the 2018-2019 magnet application meetings, expo, showcase events, and deadlines.  More information can be found at the Office of Magnet Programs’ web site (www.bcps.org/offices/omp).

 

2016 MD Report Card
Click here to find information about Parkville Middle School’s attendance and assessment performance for 2016.


Our mission:

We will provide a quality education for all students that will prepare them for the academic rigor of high school. We pledge to provide quality instruction every day in a safe and secure learning environment.

We believe that:

  • All students should be challenged to reach their full potential
  • Quality education requires an effective teacher in every classroom
  • Families and communities are essential partners in the educational process
  • Students and staff members should act with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner
  • Students benefit greatly from extracurricular activities

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