Enjoy this tribute to our Veterans featuring The Star Spangled Banner performed by Osbourn High School's CenterStage.
Nominate a Teacher for the Washington Post Teacher of the Year Award
October 31, 2019...Manassas City Public Schools is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Washington Post Teacher of the Year Award. All nominations or statements of support must be turned into the teacher's principal by November 13, 2019. READ MORE
MCPS Dinner Program Returns Tuesday, September 3rd
The Manassas City Dinner Program will be relaunching on Tuesday, September 3rd! The program is held at Osbourn High School, and provides free meals for all Manassas City Public School students who are 18 and under. Dinner will be served each Monday-Thursday from 3:30-5:30 PM, and menu offerings will be published on our Nutrislice menu site. Adults are welcome to join us for dinner for the low cost of $3 per meal.
Use MySchoolBucks To Pay For School Fees Online!
Manassas City Public Schools has launched a new way to receive payments for things like field trips, yearbooks, library book fees, etc. – all online! Using the MySchoolBucks website or mobile app, you can choose to pay for meals or visit the “Store” and add other products/services to your basket for convenient online payment.
Visit www.myschoolbucks.com to create an account (if you don’t have one already) to find out what online payments your school is accepting. If you have any questions regarding your MySchoolBucks account, contact “Parent Support” at 855.832.5226 or by email.