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  • Important Message for MCPS Parents (11/20/17)

    Dear MCPS Parents:
    Late Monday (Nov. 20), Manassas City Public Schools learned of a threat made by a student against Osbourn High School and its students.  MCPS, in conjunction with the Manassas City Police Department investigated the situation.  The student is currently with Manassas City Police and the investigation is ongoing.  There is no immediate threat to Osbourn High school or any of its students. 
     
    As a precaution, there will be additional police presence at Osbourn Tuesday, November 21.  Additionally, school counselors will be available for students who need assistance.
     
    MCPS would like to thank the many students and parents who shared the information and the Manassas City Police Department for its quick action.

     

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  • 10/30/2017 - The School Board of the City of Manassas recently revised the 2017-2018 School Calendar to change June 12, 2018, from an instructional day to a teacher workday in response to a request from the Director of Elections/General Registrar for City of Manassas to use six out of nine schools for polling sites for the primary election on June 12, 2018.  As you know MCPS uses Raptor to check visitors who enter our schools; however, on Election Day we do not have the authority to require a check in and it is not possible to lock down any sections of the building to protect students from strangers entering the buildings.  As a result, the School Board voted to change June 12 to a teacher workday. READ MORE


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  • 2018 Washington Post Teacher of Year the Award:
    Nominate a teacher by sending a letter of recommendation to the teacher's school by December 1, 2017!

    nominate a teacher

    Nominations may be sumbitted by fellow teachers, students, former students, parents, administrators or the general public. Nominees must be full-time teachers in grades pre-K through 12, and have a minimum of five years (3 in MCPS school division) teaching experience. Additionally, nominees must be teacher who:

    • Instill in students a desire to learn and achieve.
    • Understand the individual needs of students, encourage their talents and foster their love self-esteem.
    • Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of subject matter and the ability to share it effectively with students.
    • Foster cooperative relationships with their colleagues and the community.
    • Demonstrate outstanding leadership.
    • Maintain their teaching position through the 2018-2019 school year.
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