MPMS COUGAR PRIDE NEWS
May 19, 2023
Thank you for your continued support of your child as we continue our Standards of Learning (SOLs) tests through the next two weeks of school. It is crucial for students to put forth their best efforts on these key assessments, as they are a valuable measure of their academic progress and help guide future instruction. Please make sure your child comes to school each day with their fully charged Chromebook and charging cord. This will make sure they are ready for testing as well as daily instruction.
May at MPMS has been full of joy and celebration. Please enjoy the pictures/articles from our Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week, Band and Choir Concerts, the MPCS Art Show, and some very exciting news about special awards MPMS has recently received!
As we approach the final days of the school year, please take a few moments to review the calendar of events. You'll see that we continue SOL testing over the next two weeks and have special events planned for the last week of school.
Thank you for your continued support!
With Cougar PRIDE,
In this edition of MPMS Cougar PRIDE News, please check out:
- SOL testing - Special Attendance Information Included
- Important Dates - so many exciting events coming up!,
- Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week,
- Science at MPMS wins big!,
- Pictures from our Band and Choir Concerts and the MPCS Art Show,
- Athletics for the week of May 22,
- Athletics pre-view for the fall,
- Important News from the Nurse's Desk - special attention for parents of 6th graders, and
- So much more
MPMS - Important Dates
May 20 – Band/Choir Trip
May 22 – Reading SOL makeups
May 23 – Math 8, Algebra, and Geometry SOL testing
May 23 – 6th and 7th graders - Asynchronous learning at home
May 24 – Math 6 and Math 7 SOL testing
May 24 –8th graders - Asynchronous learning at home
May 25 – Makeup SOL testing
May 25 – MPMS Perfect Attendance Celebration, 7:45AM
May 26 – Reading SOL retake testing
May 29 – No School, Memorial Day
May 30 – Makeup SOL testing
May 31 – 8th grade Civics & Science SOL testing
May 31 – 6th and 7th graders report to school at 10:30 for 3rd block
June 1 – Math SOL retake testing
June 2 – 8th grade Civics & Science retake testing
June 5 – 8th grade Field Trip
June 5 – National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Induction Ceremony, 5PM
June 6 – 6th grade Awards Ceremony, 7:59AM
June 7 – 7th grade Awards Ceremony, 7:59AM
June 8 – 8th grade Awards Ceremony, 8:29AM
June 8 – Last Day of School, 10:30AM Dismissal
SOL Testing - Began May 18th
The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) has developed the Virginia Assessment Program to help measure students' academic progress in the Standards of Learning (SOLs). All students at Manassas Park Middle School (MPMS) participate in SOL testing or alternative assessments at some point throughout the school year to indicate what students know in the subject areas of reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. We will soon have opportunities for students to demonstrate their learning this spring.
Please review the SOL Testing schedule below:
SOL Testing - Adjusted Schedule for Testing
8th Grade and some 7th Grade Students & Adaptive Special Education Students
- Students taking the following courses: Math 8 Geometry, and Algebra
- Normal 7:00 a.m. Arrival to School
6th and most 7th graders - Asynchronous learning at home
6th and most 7th Grade Students & Adaptive Special Education Students
- Students taking the following courses: Math 6 and Math 7
- Normal 7:00 a.m. Arrival to School
8th graders and some 7th graders - Asynchronous learning at home
8th Grade Students & Adaptive Special Education Students
Normal 7:00 a.m. Arrival to School
8th grades students will take their Civics/Science SOL Test
6th Grade Students & 7th Grade Students
Delayed 10:35 a.m. Arrival to School
6th & 7th graders complete virtual learning activities remotely prior to 10:35 a.m. arrival to school
Students will report directly to 3rd Block
Link to SOL Bus Routes (also listed below) from the MPCS Website
6th and 7th grade Bus Routes for May 31st
SOL for Middle School
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 pickup from Neighborhood bus stops. Student the route number is displayed in the black box on the bus.
All students should be at the bus stop 5 minutes prior to estimated bus times.
Route 2 Mrs. O. Anderson
10:10 – Jessica & Wilcoxen (circle)
10:13 – Andrew & Scotty
10:15 – Andrew & Christopher
Route 3 Mr. Hodge
10:10 – Cabbel & Kirby
10:13 – Cabbel & Polk
Route 4 Mrs. Romero
10:10 – Cabbel & Forrest
10:15 – Manassas & Courtney (E)
Route 5 Mrs. Chavez-Saravia
10:15 – Cabbel & Moseby
10:18 – Manassas & Kent (on Kent)
Route 7 Mrs. Salmeron
10:10 – W. Carondelet & Digital (PS)
10:12 – Digital & Creek View
10:14 – Digital & Elm
10:15 – Digital & Palisades (Students from the gated community walk to this stop.)
Route 8 Mrs. Taylor
10:10 – Colburn & Luxor
10:13 – Colburn & Walden
Route 9 Ms. Farrell
10:05 – Holden & Luxor
10:09 – 2095 OCR
10:10 – 2081 OCR
10:11 – OCR & Runyon
10:12 – OCR & Yost
10:14 – 187 Old Centreville Rd.
10:15 – 161 (OCR & Polk)
Route 12 Mrs. Berry
10:10 – Manassas & Zachary
10:12 – Matthew & Nancy
10:13 – Matthew & S. Whitt
10:14 – S. Whitt & Jan
10:15 – Brandon & S. Whitt
10:16 – Matthew & Brandon
Route 14 Mrs. Williams
10:15 – Euclid & Lapaz
10:17 – Conner & Hamilton
10:18 – Conner & General Way
10:21 – Sandstone & Cartwright
Route 15 Mr. Sandfilippo
10:20 – Overhill & White Pine
10:22 – White Pine & Sandstone
10:24 – Manassas & Overhill (E)
Route 16 Mrs. Reyes
10:10 – Franklin & Market (Students from Artena Apts walk here.)
10:15 – W. Carondelet & Silver Meteor
10:16 – W. Carondelet & Black Hawk
10:17 – W. Carondelet & Primrose
Route 17 Mr. Pollard
10:10 – Matthew & Michael
10:12 – Matthew & William
10:13 – William & Stephanie
10:15 – Stephanie & Laurie
10:17 – Manassas & Greenshire
Route 18 Mr. Granados
10:10 – Lambert & Holden
10:13 – Denver & Holden (on Holden)
10:15 – Holden & Colburn
Route 19 Mrs. Newman
10:15 – Manassas & Mace (W)
10:18 – Sheldon & Baker
Route 22 Mrs. Brathwaite
10:10 – Manassas & Cabbel (W)
10:13 – Cabbel & Scott
Route 23 Mrs. Pantoja
10:10 – Manassas & Martin (W)
10:13 – Lambert & Yost
10:17 – Denver & Lambert
Route 25 Mrs. Moncada
10:10 – Manassas & Colfax W
10:12 – Colfax & Meeker
10:15 – Travis & Kent
Route 32 Mrs. Sandoval-Carrillo
10:15 – Manassas & 1st Evans (W)
10:17 – Manassas & 2nd Evans (W)
Route 36 Mrs. Rivera
10:10 – Manassas & Denver
10:13 – Travis & Alpine
10:17 – Manassas & Price (E)
Route 38 Mrs. Lucero
10:15 – Manassas & Cynthia
10:18 – Manassas & Golf
10:20 – Manassas & Arnie
MPMS Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week
PowerSchool Enrollment Returning Student Online Data Verification Preparing for 2023-2024
Parents of returning students must access the PowerSchool Enrollment online forms through the PowerSchool Parent Portal at https://mpark.powerschool.com/public . The online forms contain the demographic and emergency information you entered last year. During this process, you will verify the information is accurate or update any information that has changed.
Parents will also electronically sign annual agreement forms for school district policies.
At least one parent is required to create a PowerSchool Parent Portal account. If you have multiple children in Manassas Park City Schools, you must verify the information for each student; however, only one parent account is necessary.
- If you have created a PowerSchool Parent Portal account in a previous school year, please use that account to log in. Please do not create a new account.
- If you have not created a PowerSchool parent account, directions can be found at http://www.mpark.net/parents/directions-for-parent-portal.
If you have questions about your account, please contact your child’s school for assistance.
In preparation for the opening of registration this summer and to make the process as smooth as possible, please login to verify your existing PowerSchool Parent Portal account or create a new PowerSchool Parent Portal account if not already created prior to the end of the 2022-2023 school year.
MPMS Wins BIG in the ECO Challenge! Thank you, Ms. Reardon, WUSA9, and Washington Gas!
Congratulations to Science Teacher Ms. Reardon who is the recipient of the WUSA9 / Washington Gas ECO Challenge!
Check it out!
MPMS $5,000 ECO Challenge Winner | Manassas Park Middle School | wusa9.com
Ms. Reardon's winning submission focuses on our school garden and the goal to create a greener future! For years, Ms. Reardon has served as the dedicated curator of the MPMS garden, providing students with a valuable platform to explore the wonders of gardening and nature. In addition to the incredible prize of $5,000, both Ms. Reardon and our school have been granted the invaluable opportunity of mentorship through from the prestigious Smithsonian’s Science Center! This well-deserved recognition and award will allow Ms. Reardon and her students to expand the garden’s impact on our school community and beyond.
Congratulations and THANK YOU to Ms. Reardon!
Plant the Moon Challenge Team Earns Title of Best Overall Team!!!
Congratulations to Ms. Weatherholtz and her Plant the Moon Challenge team “Pea Shooting to the Moon”! Their remarkable efforts have earned the title of Best Overall Middle School Team submission for the Plant the Moon NASA Space Grant Expansion Project!!
In recognition of their outstanding achievement, Ms. Weatherholtz and her team of talented student scientists will receive an expense-paid trip to the prestigious Kennedy Space Center in Florida where they will hear from NASA scientists, participate in exciting activities, and go on an exclusive tour of the Space Center!
Additionally, Ms. Weatherholtz and the Team of students will be honored at the Richmond Science Museum of Virginia Awards Ceremony!
Congratulations and THANK YOU to Ms. Weatherholtz and the MPMS Plant the Moon Challenge Team!!
Cougars Making Connections - Watch Us Learn!
Manassas Park Middle School Counseling Department
Information regarding Course Selections for Next Year!
The Course Selection Window has “officially” ended. MPMS Counselors will be supporting students who have not yet completed their course requests in the coming weeks! Please be sure to bring laptops/chargers every day to school!
Questions about your child's course selections? Please contact:
Ms. Bumbara for current 6th graders;
Ms. Brickey for current 7th graders;
Ms. Osborne for current 8th graders and next year's 6th graders; or
Ms. Roach, Lead Counselor
High School Credit-Bearing Courses Taken in Middle School
At MPMS, we are fortunate to be able to offer high school credit-bearing course Algebra I, Geometry, and Spanish I to our Middle Schoolers. Below is important information about these credits and student transcripts. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your child's school counselor.
High School Credit-Bearing Courses Taken in Middle SchoolFor any high school credit-bearing course taken in middle school, parents may request that grades be omitted from the student's transcript and the student not earn high school credit for the course in accordance with policies adopted by the local school board. Notice of this provision must be provided to parents with a deadline and format for making such a request. VSBA Policy JO Student Records; 8 VAC 20-131-90. Please see the MPCS Regulation IKEB-R Acceleration titled: Request to Expunge High School Courses in Middle School for additional information.
MPMS Cougar Athletics - Late-Spring Season, Plus Fall Preview
Greetings from Athletics!
We hope that everyone has enjoyed the spring season. Our teams have been working extremely hard against some very strong opponents. As the teams enter the last couple weeks of the regular season, Boys Track looks forward to the Regional Track Meet that will take place on May 25 at Manassas Park.
It is time to start preparing for the 2023-24 School Year. You must have a current Student Athlete Physical on file with the Athletic Department that is dated after May 1, 2023. The physical and other required forms along with any information about MS Athletics can be found on the Athletic Website Under Athletics. You can submit your paperwork to the main office or Ms. Bush (Assistant Athletic Director) in PE. If you use insurance for an annual athletic physical, we highly encourage you to use this opportunity to make appointments between May 1 and August 1 so your physicals are good for the entire school year.
Season Dates for 2023-24:
Fall: August 28 – November 3
Winter 1: November 13 – January 19
Winter 2: January 22 – March 16
Spring: March 18 – May 24
Tickets prices for MS:
- $1 for Middle School and Elementary Students
- $3 for High School Students and Adults
- Kids under 6 and Adults over 60 are free.
- Staff Members with ID Badges are free.
GAME DAY POLICY: Prince William County Schools has implemented a NO BAG policy for spectators. Please leave your bags in your vehicles when attending away events at their schools.
Ticket Prices For HS:
- MPHS game tickets are purchased online through the athletic website or the HomeTown ticket app ($6.00 plus fees).
- The HS will also accept cash at the gate, $7.00.
- Kids under 6 and adults over 60 are free.
- Staff members with ID Badges are free.
GAME DAY POLICY: Prince William County Schools has implemented a NO BAG policy for spectators. Please leave your bags in your vehicles when attending away events at their schools.
Please use our website (www.mparkathletics.com) to keep up to date with Cougar Athletics. This site provides information about tryouts, schedules, scores, coaches and more for both our Middle School and High School Teams. In addition to the website, we have a new Athletic Department App which is free to download for both Apple and Android. Finally, you will want to follow us on Twitter @MPCougars. Game day updates or changes will come through Twitter. We also use Instagram (mpcougars).
Parents - Quick TIP about Absences:
If your child will be absent from school for a doctor's appointment or an illness, please email MS Attendance at MPMSattendance@mpark.net and include the reason for their absence in your email. If you have a document associated with the absence, you can attach it to the email. As always, you can also call us at 703.361.1510 or our Attendance Line at 571.428.2831.
VDOE Announces: Parent Registration for K-12 Learning Acceleration Grants Now Open
The Virginia Department of Education is now accepting applications from parents for tutoring microgrants for their children through Governor Glenn Youngkin’s K-12 Learning Acceleration Grants program. Youngkin created the program to help Virginia families address the impact of the pandemic on student learning.
The $30 million program provides $1,500 grants to parents of school-age children for tutoring in English, mathematics, science and history, as well as foreign languages required to meet diploma requirements. Children from homes with family incomes at 300% or less of the federal poverty level may qualify for $3,000 grants. Grants may also be used for support services such as speech language pathology and reading interventions.
“We are excited to open the K-12 Learning Acceleration Grants application window just as school divisions are providing parents with Student Assessment Summary Reports detailing their students’ academic strengths and the areas they need support to be on track with their peers,” Superintendent of Public Instruction Lisa Coons said. “It is essential that parents have both the information and the support that the report and the grants provide. I encourage every parent to take advantage of free tutoring to support their child.”
Available services include in-person, online and hybrid tutoring provided one-on-one and in small group or large-group settings. Parents of students with disabilities may also use up to $750 of their awards for the purchase of assistive technologies specified in their child’s Individualized Education Plan or 504 Plan.
The grant program is open to parents of any public, private, parochial or home-school student in grades K-12 residing in Virginia. The first step in the process is to visit VDOE’s K-12 Learning Acceleration Grants page and create an application account for either a $1,500 or $3,000 grant.
Once parents are notified that their application has been accepted and approved, they will be able to log into the K-12 Learning Acceleration Grants “digital wallet” to select from a variety of vetted, pre-approved tutors.
All grant payments will be issued directly by VDOE to selected tutors and service providers with no out-of-pocket expenses to families. At least $750 of each grant must be spent by August 15; otherwise, the remaining funds will be reallocated to other applicants.
Check Out Our Cougar PRIDE Students of the Month! Congratulations, Cougars!
Get your MPMS Yearbook: There's Still Time to Buy!
Here at MPMS our students have worked very hard to create this memory book that highlights school events and cultures within our community. We hope you will support our students and purchase a yearbook so you can read about their accomplishments and remember this pivotal moment in their lives. The current yearbook price is 35 dollars payable online, cash or check to MPMS. Students must submit all yearbook payments to Ms. Odegbami or to the front office.
Aquí en MPMS, nuestros estudiantes han trabajado muy duro para crear este libro de recuerdos que destaca los eventos escolares y las culturas dentro de nuestra comunidad. Esperamos que apoye a nuestros estudiantes y compre un anuario para que pueda leer sobre sus logros y recordar este momento crucial en sus vidas. El precio actual del anuario es de 35 dólares pagaderos en efectivo o cheque a MPMS. Los estudiantes deben enviar todos los pagos del anuario a la Sra. Odegbami o a la oficina principal.
Order Your MPMS Yearbook Today!
Online Report Cards - Reviewing and Digitally Signing
Online Report Cards - Reviewing and Digitally Signing
Report cards will be available online through the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Third quarter report cards were posted on April 12th. Manassas Park City Schools is requesting that parents review their student’s report card and digitally sign that the report card has been reviewed.
Please follow the directions below to review and digitally sign your student’s report card.
Login to the PowerSchool Parent Portal at https://mpark.powerschool.com/public
If you need assistance logging into your Parent Portal account, please contact your student’s school.
On the left menu, click on Student Reports.
Under Archived Reports, click on the linked report card name to view your student’s report card for the most recent quarter.
Review your student’s report card.
Click the Submit Digital Signature button to confirm review of your student's report card.
News and Helpful Tips from the MPCS Nurses
A Note From Nursing…
There have been an increased number of meningococcal disease reported in eastern Virginia.
This is a serious bacterial infection that can spread through the exchange of respiratory and throat secretions.
The meningitis vaccine can provide protection against meningococcal disease and students should receive their first dose prior to entering 7th grade. A second booster is required prior to entering 12th grade.
To help our Manassas Park students obtain these required vaccines, plans are underway to host a vaccine clinic on the afternoon of May 3rd.
Parents to Rising 7th graders (current 6th graders):
Please see the important letters from the VDH regarding all three required vaccines: HPV, Tdap, and Meningococcal:
HPV Vaccine Information for Parents of Rising 7th Graders
HPV Vaccine Information for Parents of Rising 7th Graders - Spanish Version
Additional Tdap information can be found on the VDH website
Tdap Information for Parents - Spanish Version
More details to follow in the coming weeks!
MPMS Helpful Tips:
Parents - Quick TIP about Absences: If your child will be absent from school, please email Ms. Romero at Cynthia.email@example.com and include the reason for their absence in your email. If you have a document associated with the absence, you can attach it to the email. As always, you can also call us at 703.361.1510.
Car riders - Safety Tip: Be sure to exit /enter your car at the sidewalk in front MPMS.
Free Lunches and Grab and Go breakfasts are available to all students.
Remember - please do not bring or send outside food to students during the school day. We have great lunches here but students are also welcome to being a packed lunch with them each day.
In the morning, students are welcome to pick up breakfast as early as 7:05AM.
At 7:05AM, all students should head directly to their homeroom.
Start the day off right! Be on time. The tardy bell rings at 7:17AM.
Discuss and practice daily before and after school routines.
Please make sure your child charges their Chromebook every night and has in their backpack as they head off to school each morning.
Create a designated study space and time for learning at home.
Expectations for Excellence
We want your student to achieve at their maximum potential. To do this, we need to make sure the school day and instructional time are safe, focused, and distractions are limited. Please partner with us and talk with your student about following these important Expectations for Excellence:
Cell phones are to be off and away during the school day. Students may use their phone during lunch, before school, and after school. As needed, students may utilize the front office phone to communicate with parents. Our front office team is happy to assist.
Hats and hoods are to not to be worn while in the school building.
PAWS for PRIDE
MPMS is excited to announce PAWS are back and rocking a new name: PAWS for PRIDE!
Students across MPMS are doing amazing things and we want to recognize them when they go above and beyond to be an amazing Cougar representing Cougar PRIDE: Positive, Responsible, Inspirational, Determined, and Engaged.
What is PAWS for PRIDE?
PAWS for PRIDE is a way for individual students to be recognized for going above and beyond to represent their individual Cougar PRIDE while earning PAWS for their grade level. When a student earns a PAWS for PRIDE recognition from their teacher, at lunch time, they can stop by the office to turn it in. The PAWS for PRIDE earner will receive a small reward instantly, and their name will then be placed in our weekly drawing for a goodie bag. At the end of every quarter, the grade level with the most PAWS for PRIDE will receive a reward.
How can our students earn PAWS for PRIDE?
Students can earn PAWS for PRIDE by going above and beyond what is expected of them. PAWS for PRIDE are earned by students who are recognized for truly show their Cougar PRIDE - they are Positive, Responsible, Inspirational, Determined, and Engaged!
Our PAWS for PRIDE Program is a ROARING Success!
MPMS BELL SCHEDULE FOR 2022-2023
Regular Schedule - Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays
PRIDE Block Schedule - Tuesdays
Please make sure your student is in school and in class by 7:17AM so they are on time for learning. Thank you! #CougarPRIDE
Care of Your Chromebook Campaign
Our school issued Chromebooks are a big part of our learning here at MPMS! We would like to partner with you to make sure your child is ready for school each day by having their Chromebook fully charged and their charger in their backpack on standby in case they need to add a boost of charge.
We encourage students to care for their Chromebooks by following the helpful tips in the infographics below!
As students are surfing the Internet and exploring our digital world, let’s remember to be good Digital Citizens and be mindful of our screentime.
A great resource for families is Common Sense Media. They have a wide collection of resources in both English and Spanish to help support our tweens and teens.
Please check out the helpful infographics below regarding the Care of Your Chromebook!
MPCS: What's Canvas and How can I become a Canvas Observer?
As our students are engaged in learning we encourage our parents and guardians to become a Canvas Observer. Being a Canvas Observer provides parents the ability to connect, review, and observe student assignments, course announcements, and learning objectives.
As students showcase Cougar PRIDE and Engage in their learning, you as a Canvas Observer can Inspire your student to be successful.
Click Here to Access the Canvas Parent Account Instructions
Please reach out to the MPMS office if you need assistance with this process.
Get Connected with ClassLink!
Manassas Park City Schools is now using ClassLink to make it easier then ever for students to access digital resources at home on their Chromebooks as well as personal at-home devices. The ClassLink LaunchPad allows your child to use just one username and password to access all of our educational applications on personal devices at home as well as on their school-issued Chromebook.
Directions for quick & easy access:
- Use a Chromebook or log into the Google Chrome browser on a personal device using the student’s @mpcs4learning.com user name and password. (This is the same login information they use at school.)
- Once logged into Chrome; go to https://launchpad.classlink.com/mpark and log in with the same username (without the @mpcs4learning.com) and password. You may want to bookmark this URL for the future. Here are some quick help guidelines for even easier ways to get logged in. Parents’ Guide – Easy ClassLink Access
That’s it! Now students can click on the apps they would like to use from their ClassLink Launchpad. You can find out more about the EdTech applications that are used at MPCS by visiting https://mpark.app.learnplatform.com/new/public
Need assistance with connecting to ClassLink? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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MPCS Transportation Seeking Fleet Maintenance Coordinator
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CAREER CHANGE? ¿ESTÁS BUSCANDO UN CAMBIO DE CARRERA?
Whether you are changing careers or just getting back into the job market, this could be the opportunity you have been waiting for.
Manassas Park City Schools Department of Transportation will be offering free classes to help you obtain your CDL INSTRUCTION PERMIT.
The classes are free but you must pre-qualify.
In order to be accepted into our School Bus Driver Training Program, you must have your CDL Instruction Permit in four areas: General Knowledge, Air Brakes, School Buses, and Transporting Passengers. These eight sessions will help prepare you for the questions you will need to know in order to obtain your CDL Learner’s Permit.
Classes will be held in the Transportation Office behind Manassas Park Middle School on Tuesday and Thursday evening from 4:30 pm-6:00 pm give us a call to see when the new class will begin 703-361-5044.
· You must be at least 21 with at least 5 years driving experience
· You must have a Virginia Driver’s License and a safe driving record
· You must have a clean criminal record; no felonies
· You must be able to pass a DOT physical and drug test
· You must be able to read, write and comprehend English
· You must be able to commit to classes for the entire month
Obtaining your Virginia CDL Learner’s Permit is the first step to becoming a School Bus Driver. If you would like to sign up, or if you have questions about the program, please contact us for the times and dates of the training and informational meetings. The training is in the Transportation Department Office, located behind the Middle School, 8202 Euclid Avenue, Manassas Park, VA 20111. There are many perks that goes with the job like your children may ride on the bus after training is completed. Driving a school bus can be a rewarding career. We hope you will consider joining our team. For questions, call 703-361-5044.
Ya sea que esté cambiando de carrera o simplemente regresando al mercado laboral, esta podría ser la oportunidad que estaba esperando.
El Departamento de Transporte de las Escuelas de la Ciudad de Manassas Park ofrecerá clases gratuitas para ayudarlo a obtener su PERMISO DE INSTRUCCIÓN CDL.
Las clases son gratuitas pero debes precalificar.
Para ser aceptado en nuestro Programa de capacitación para conductores de autobuses escolares, debe tener su permiso de instrucción CDL en cuatro áreas: conocimiento general, frenos de aire, autobuses escolares y transporte de pasajeros. Estas ocho sesiones lo ayudarán a prepararse para las preguntas que necesitará saber para obtener su permiso de aprendizaje CDL.
Las clases se llevarán a cabo en la Oficina de Transporte detrás de la Escuela Intermedia Manassas Park los martes y jueves por la noche de 4:30 p. m. a 6:00 p. m. Llámenos para ver cuándo comenzará la nueva clase al 703-361-5044.
• Debe tener al menos 21 años con al menos 5 años de experiencia conduciendo
• Debe tener una licencia de conducir de Virginia y un historial de manejo seguro
• Debe tener antecedentes penales limpios; sin delitos graves
• Debe poder pasar una prueba física y de drogas del DOT
• Debe poder leer, escribir y comprender inglés
• Debe poder comprometerse con las clases durante todo el mes
Obtener su permiso de aprendizaje CDL de Virginia es el primer paso para convertirse en un conductor de autobús escolar. Si desea inscribirse o si tiene preguntas sobre el programa, comuníquese con nosotros para conocer los horarios y las fechas de las reuniones informativas y de capacitación. La capacitación se lleva a cabo en la Oficina del Departamento de Transporte, ubicada detrás de la Escuela Intermedia, 8202 Euclid Avenue, Manassas Park, VA 20111. Hay muchas ventajas que acompañan al trabajo, como que sus hijos pueden viajar en el autobús después de completar la capacitación. Conducir un autobús escolar puede ser una carrera gratificante. Esperamos que considere unirse a nuestro equipo. Si tiene preguntas, llame al 703-361-5044.
Harris Teeter’s Together In Education and MPMS
Harris Teeter’s Together In Education program gives schools a chance to earn funds when you link your VIC card and shop Harris Teeter brands.
Please sign up for the Harris Teeter Together in Education program and select MPMS (school code 6643).
It’s easy – here is the link: https://www.harristeeter.com/together-in-education. When you’re in the store at Harris Teeter, the cashiers and customer service folks can also help you link your VIC card to the school of your choice.