Archive of District Programs and Services for 2015-16
K12Buy will be releasing a new version in early 2016 which will include updates to its appearance and functionality. If you would like to see the preview site or be part of testing please email Peter Ruchkin. (Expires: February 4, 2016)Due to the inclement weather, the School Survey submission deadline has been extended to Monday, March 14, 2016, for students, parents, and staff.If staff members need a new survey link, please complete the School Staff Survey Link Request Form. Parents can complete the School Survey on paper or online. Parents can contact their child’s school to request a paper survey or call City Schools at 443-984-2000. Parents can also complete the Parent Survey online by visiting: www.k12insight.com/SchoolSurveyParent. If you have any other questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Deadline: March 14, 2016)
Uniform Voucher ProgramThe Uniform Voucher Program exists to support families experiencing financial hardship by assisting in the purchase of school uniforms. The number of vouchers available and the quantities of items to be received are based on funds available, which are given through private donations and may not cover the entire uniform cost. Principals and school staff only maysubmit requests. Schools should submit requests for homeless students using the Homeless Status Form found in theHomeless Service - Staff Toolkit. For more information on services available to homeless students, please visitAccessing Services for Homeless Children and Youth. If you have any questions, please contactMonique Roumo. (Expires: September 30, 2015)
Student Records New Location
Beginning August 17, the Office of Student Records building (790 West North Ave., 21217) will no longer be open to the public. Transcripts for former City Schools’ students may be requested and picked up at the district office building (200 E. North Avenue, room 203, 21202), from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For questions, please email the Office of Student Records. (Expires: September 4, 2015)
School food pantry applicationsSchools interested in having a School Pantry Program site, regardless of previous participation, need to apply for consideration by Friday August 28. Pantry coordinators from each school selected will be required to attend a full day training on Monday, September 14 or Tuesday, September 15 at the Maryland Food Bank.
The School Pantry Program is an innovative partnership between the Maryland Food Bank and City Schools designed to help children's education by minimizing issues of hunger and malnutrition in low-income households through parental involvement. Last year the Maryland Food Bank generously donated 4.5 million pounds of food distributed to approximately 32,540 students and their families through 130 City Schools' school pantries.
For questions, please email Cynthia Shea or Liz Marchetta, in Food and Nutrition Services. (Expires: September 11, 2015)