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Hybrid Learning - Back in the Building

Parkville will transitioning back into the building with hybrid learning in March! See the links below for more information and details.


Hallway Passes

Students can use this link to gain access to all of the Hallway Pass forms when in the building

Bell Schedule Change
With the switch to hybrid, the bell schedule changes slightly for all students. This change goes into effect on Monday, March 15th. See the new bell schedule below

Virtual Tour of the Building

In order to help students new to the building, we put together a Virtual Tour video of the school. Check it out at the links below


Transportation Routes

See the PDF below for a list of bus stops and pick up times for our students returning to the building for Hybrid learning.


PTO Meeting and Updates

Use this link to see updates from the PTO, including info about their upcoming meetings!

Virtual Parent Meeting
Attention all Parkville families! A virtual parent information meeting was held in Google Meet on March 3rd at 6:30pm. This meeting will provided parents with lots of information about hybrid learning and the steps we are taking as we welcome students back into the building. A recording of this meeting is linked below. The slideshow that was shared during the meeting is also  below.



Report Cards
Starting April 30th at 4pm, report cards for the third quarter will be available in our Focus system. Students and families can log in to Focus using the student's login information. Directions are available and the process can be viewed with a video. Parents may also request a paper copy of their report card be mailed to their home by contacting the school directly.



  1. Ensure user is adding at the end of the username.
  2. Ensure the user is in CHROME
  3. Ensure the user has clicked the grey Sign in with Microsoft button.
  4. If problem continues to persist, go to and log out – close all browser windows.
  5. Open a new CHROME browser and go to:
  6. Click sign in with Microsoft button
  7. Enter bcps credentials
  8. Ensure school employees are not signing into their own instances of Focus but using their student’s credentials.
  9. Clear cache in browser.

Virtual Instruction

Parkville Middle School will be conducting virtual instruction. See the documents below. More information will be posted when available.


Students are encouraged to go to the student schedule portion of the website for more info.


Find out about all this and more!

- Parent University has created a BCPS InfoCenter where families can more easily find what they’re looking for.

-Time to register for the 2021-2022 school year.  See details in the newsletter.

-Find out more about the new BCPS Spanish Facebook page.

-Share your thoughts on instruction by taking a survey about the 3rd quarter.

-Xfinity is extending their internet access promotions.




First Login Instructions

The first time students use their device this year they will need to complete a few tasks. See the document below for detailed instructions.



Helpful Links for Parents


Website for Incoming 6th Graders

Transitioning to a new a school is a daunting endeavor under normal circumstances, even more so during Virtual Learning. For new 6th graders and parents, we have designed a website to help you with the process. Check it out at the link below!



 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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