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The first of the Open Houses at North Point to showcase the CTE programs offered are Oct. 16 and Nov. 14 both @6:30. The online application opens Dec. 3 @8:00am and closes Dec. 21 @3:00pm. The Open House Nights are a wonderful opportunity for your students and parents to see the various programs and speak to the students and teachers.  

 
Parents Needed!!!!
Each year all of our students attend a field trip to the James Richmond science center at St. Charles High School in Waldorf.  Our 7th grader trips are scheduled from October 12th - 19th.  Our 6th graders trips are scheduled from December 17th - 20th.  Our 8th graders trips are scheduled from January 16th - 24th.  Each student will attend the field trip one day and it will last approximately 2 hours.  If you would like to help chaperone the day that you child is going, please contact Ms. Whetzel at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information and the exact date and time that your child is going.  This is a fun and engaging trip every year and we would love for you to join us.  Please respond as soon as possible if you would like to attend.  Hope to see you there.

 

MATTAWOMAN VOLUNTEERS NEEDRD!!!!!!!!!

Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) believes volunteer service to our schools is essential to student success. The support of parents, grandparents, other significant relatives and community members creates an environment filled with opportunities for our students. Thank you for your interest in volunteering in CCPS. We depend on volunteers to enhance programs and services for students. Volunteers assist regular employees and supplement student services and learning opportunities. Although volunteers are not paid staff members, they are expected to follow CCPS policies, rules and procedures at all times.  As part of the many security measures we have in place to ensure safe schools for our students, we recognize the need to properly train and screen volunteers.

Volunteers include, but are not limited to, people who serve as mentors, tutors, non-paid coaches or club sponsors, overnight and day trip chaperones, reading and math partners, and parent group organization officers like the PTO, boosters, team parents. The training and background check are valid for one school year. There is no cost to the volunteer for the background check.
 
Questions about the volunteer registration process, policies, guidelines or procedures can be directed to the CCPS Office of Safety and Security at 301-392-5551.https://www.ccboe.com/survey2/index.php?r=survey/index/sid/156798&lang=en&newtest=Y 

 

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