Students & Parents. Parent access to Focus and Schoology is now available. Parents: For instructions on how to create a parent account please see our Tech Support page. Students/Parents: Looking for student schedules, attendance and report cards?
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Welcome to the Baltimore County Public Schools Online School Payments (OSP) portal. This service is provided to parents and community members to facilitate payment for school fees for a variety of products and services.
To enroll your child for the 2021-2022 school year, please visit the Focus Parent Portal. If you have questions or need further assistance, please go to the Baltimore County Public Schools website and click on Students and Families or contact the staff members at Kenwood High:
Progress Report. Every day throughout City Schools, students, families, staff, and communities are making progress. Read about their successes. Good News from City Schools - May 12, 2023. An empowering responsibility: students form Student Government Associations.
Catonsville Middle » Schoology. Schoology on BCPSOne gives parents and students quick, 24/7 access to student courses, grades, and assignments. -DOCUMENTS-. Schoology Overview Flyer. Accessing Schoology. Accessing Your Child's Schoology Account.
If your student is new to Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), a student number & 24–hour wait is required before you can apply for School Choice. Visit any BCPS school to request a student number – no registration required. Learn more.
We’re excited to announce that beginning in the 2023-2024 school year, all BCPS teachers will receive an average increase of $10,000 to their salary at each job level, making us one of the highest-paying districts for new teachers in all of southwest Michigan!
Archery teams, students qualify for nationals; BCPS annual food drive nets 47,200 pounds; Elementary students awarded at science fair; BCPS earns statewide recognition; Energy savings program hits the $30 million mark; BCPS adds the Pig Rig to cafeteria lineup; Young archers compete at East Burke Middle; Patton names Goggio as head football coach
Beginning in the Fall of 2019, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) began permitting Private Instructional Personnel (PIP) to work with students with disabilities (SWDs), in classrooms during the school day if the appropriate application was submitted to and approved by the student's school principal.