The Viewpoint 2/11/22

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The Viewpoint

February 11, 2022

Attention 6th & 7th Grade Families

Course registration for the 2022-2023 school closes on February 22nd. This process will be completed through the Parent HCPSS Connect Account. Students will need to register for 7 total credits and at least 2 alternate classes. Grade Specific Letters were emailed to parents/guardians on Thursday, January 27. 

Directions and screencast that walks parents/guardians through a step-by-step process for looking at teacher course recommendations, adding course requests, alternates, and CPRs are posted here.

To register for courses, parents must log on to Synergy through HCPSS Connect.  
Directions for registering online as well as step-by-step video directions can be found here.  For information on Online Course Requests – Rising 6th to 8th Grade Students click here.

For questions regarding scheduling, please contact our school counselors.

Updates to the HCPSS 2021-2022 Calendar

Wednesday, February 16, previously a full school day, is now a 3-hour dismissal day. MVMS will dismiss at 11:25 am.
Monday, February 21, previously closed for Presidents Day, now will be a full school day, with both schools and offices being open. Earlier this week Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Mohammed Choudhury announced that districts may request permission and use the state-mandated closure on Presidents Day for an inclement weather make-up.

Community News and Events

Please visit the Community News and Programs page for announcements of upcoming events and programs sponsored by non-profit organizations.

2nd Annual Black History Month Essay Contest

The Baltimore Ravens are proud to announce the 2nd Annual Black History Month Essay Contest, which is open to all middle and high school students in Baltimore and its surrounding areas. The theme for this year's essay is "Celebrate, Motivate, Inspire" and students are encouraged to submit an essay between 250-500 words describing an African American in history, in your life or community, who is making or has made a positive impact on history and how they have inspired you personally.

Essays must be the author's original, unpublished work. The goal is to celebrate the contributions of African Americans in history and those who are making a difference in the Baltimore community today.

  • All entries are due on February 18, 2022, and four winners (two grand prizes, two runner-ups) will be identified by February 25, 2022.
  • To enter and learn more, visit: Baltimore Ravens Essay Contest

We look forward to reading the amazing essays written by your students!

The Baltimore Ravens Community Relations Team

HC Drug Free Updates 

Guiding Good Choices 

Life Skills Flier 

MVMS PTA: Virtual Meeting Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Upcoming Dates

February 16    Half day for students
February 16    MVMS PTA: Virtual Meeting Wednesday