important information

 Remote Learning

May Update!

Beginning the week of May 4th, the online learning schedule will change slightly. See the documents below for more details.


Students, use the Blank Schedule linked below to organize your week!





Remote learning at Parkville has begun. See the documents below for more details.




Student Learning Resources

Parkville students, do you NOT have access to a computer? Do you need paper assignments?

If so, please click the link below to fill out a request for paper packets.



Food Delivery

Maryland Access Point (410-887-2594)  for food delivery.

Parents need to call the number above and answer a food intake questionnaire.  The questions are used to determine how much food to be delivered and need.  They will deliver a box of food that is shelf stable, and for right now it is a one-time assistance.    

The Maryland Food Bank on Saturdays provides a large 30lb box of food to families.  To access the 11 pickup locations, go to



Transportation Updates  *UPDATED 9/10/19*






PMSCT Summer Newsletter






 BCPS One 


Do you have a BCPS One Parent account? See the flyer below for the benefits of creating an account and how to make one!





Student Privacy Preference Option Updates


  • On Monday, July 8, 2019, parents began electronically updating student privacy options through the student information tile in BCPS One. This form will no longer be printed with the Annual Student Review Form (formerly the Emergency Contact Form). School administrators and teachers can view selected privacy options for individual students by generating a Privacy Preferences Report in the BCPS One Student Information System (SIS) or by accessing the Picture Attendance screen in the BCPS One SIS.




PTO Membership




Flags Outside Parkville

Many thanks to Senator Kathy Klausmeier for donating the Maryland State Flag that flies proudly above our school.

Lead Testing in Schools

Click below for more information about the ongoing lead testing in BCPS schools.


How We Teach And Learn Web Site For Parents

Developed to help parents and the community understand BCPS’ approach to instruction, along with learning supports and tools, the How We Teach and Learn section of the Web site can be accessed from the BCPS Web site under Academic Focus or by clicking the link below. 




Magnet Schools of America


Principal Trivas Named Regional Principal of the Year by 
Magnet Schools of America








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