Parent University

FACEtime Newsletter, Home Edition 9/9/2020

School Registration Information

Schools are still registering students. Click here for more information or contact your child's school to see when outside in-person registrations are taking place.

School Meal Site Changes

Baltimore County Public Schools will continue to provide school meals, at no cost, to all children ages 2-18 by curbside pickup or by bus delivery. The Office of Food and Nutrition Services meal distribution program is providing meals in cooperation with the Office of Transportation to increase access to meals during virtual learning from home

Check out the updated list of meal sites and times here.

5 Ways to Make Virtual Back-To-School Night The Best Possible Experience

The Maryland Coalition of Families has posted a recent blog article about helping families cope with the stress of virtual learning. Take a moment to check out this and other amazing blogs here.

To connect with MCF staff for one-to-one support and guidance, contact them at or 410-730-8267.

Baltimore County Public Library- Learning From Home Workshops

BCPL is hosting a Learning From Home virtual workshop series. This four-part series will focus on ways families and caregivers can support their students through virtual learning. See the calendar of events below. Registration can be found on the BCPL event page and will begin a week before the workshop date.

Your Child's Social/Emotional Health - Wednesday, September 23rd @ 7:00 PM

Resources from BCPL & BCPS - Wednesday, September 30th @ 7:00 PM

Other BCPL Resources

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Baltimore County Student Council Presents P.I.V.O.T Event

Is your child a student leader in a sport or club? Ask them to reach out to their advisor/coach and register together for the BCSC P.I.V.O.T. event! Baltimore County Student Council leaders have worked hard to plan virtual engagement to keep clubs and class groups functioning in a virtual space. Advisors/Coaches/Club Leaders are encouraged to check out the BCPS News Hub for more information on how to register! The deadline is September 18, 2020!
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Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

Are you a middle level or high school student making a difference through volunteering? Apply today for national recognition, a scholarship and an invitation to the program's national recognition events!

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards honors students in grades 5-12 for making meaningful contributions to their communities through volunteer service. See application below and reach out to your school Service Learning Coordinator for more information.

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What is Parent University?

Parent University is offered through the BCPS Office of Family and Community Engagement, which we affectionately call FACE! We provide tools and resources to BPCS families to support learning at home. In the past, before social-distancing, one of the ways we offered these resources was through in-person workshops hosted by community members and schools. We also have a large collection of online resources that are available as we navigate through this incredibly unique time in our lives. We hope you enjoy what we have to share.